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QCon NY discount for NYHTML5 members

From: Frank G.
Sent on: Thursday, May 30, 2013 11:27 AM
QCon New York (June 12-14)

There is an excellent HTML5 track at QCon NY next month called "HTML5 and Modern Web Languages".  And the NYHTML5 user group gets an additional discount.  :)

Frank G

The second annual QCon New York is expected to draw over 550 attendees and will feature over 100 speakers presenting across 18 tracks. With only 2 weeks left before the event, there is still time to save. We have arranged a special discount for the NY HTML5 community of an additional $100 off when using the discount code "NYHTML5".

The HTML5 and Modern Web Languages track at QCon New York will explore new tools, techniques, and best practices for building highly responsive and interactive web applications. Sessions in this track inlcude:
Meteor - Web Development Like You Never Seen by Matt Debergalis, Metor Founder and Core Developer - A look at Meteor’s components and they work together to dramatically shorten the development cycle, whether you're a team of expert developers or just getting started.

Component-Oriented Web Development with Dart by Kevin Moore, DART Core Contributor - Learn how to use client-side data-binding, visual templates, and custom HTML elements in modern browsers while offering forward compatibility with emerging web standards.

Look Ma, No Connections! Building offline-capable mobile web apps with HTML5 by Bijan Vaez, CTO and Co-Founder, EventMobi – Learn about the tools and techniques required to build extensible, reliable mobile web apps that work on any device, anyplace, and for anyone.

Wrangling WebRTC: Challenges and Opportunities for real-time communication by Badri Rajasekar, Team Lead, OpenTok API – An exploration of actual use cases for real time communication in verticals ranging from telepresence to healthcare, where WebRTC fits and where it falls short, and what developers can do about it.

The CoffeeScript-Streamline Challenge by Aseem Kishore, Senior Developer of the Paper App - CoffeeScript is a little language that compiles to JavaScript. But unlike many other languages and abstractions, CoffeeScript's semantics map 1:1 with JavaScript's semantics, so there are far fewer "leaky abstractions".

Registration is $1,995 (a $200 savings) for the 3 day event until June 10th if you use the discount code “NYHTML5”, and increases afterwards every month. Group discounts are available.

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