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The NYC JavaScript & HTML5 Monthly Hackfest Featuring Terry Ryan!

Zohar B.
Group Organizer
New York, NY
Post #: 9
Dear friends,

I'd like to share exciting news with you about the coming meeting next week (Wednesday, January 11, 7:15 PM).

This meeting we will open the hackathon with an insightful and cutting-edge talk from Terry Ryan!
jQuery Mobile, PhoneGap and more:
Building the same app on different mobile platforms is exceedingly common. Doing it native is a pain. jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap can help relieve some of that pain by allowing you to build cross browser web applications and cross device native applications using PhoneGap. Adobe will also show off some browser contributions that will have you doubting what you are seeing is HTML.

Terry Ryan is a Developer Evangelist for Adobe. His job basically entails helping developers using Adobe technologies to be successful. His focus is on web and mobile technologies including expertise in both Flash and HTML. Previous to that, he spent a decade working in various technical roles at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Terry is also the author of Driving Technical Change, a Pragmatic Bookshelf title. It's about convincing reluctant co-workers to adopt new tools and ideas.

He blogs at http://terrenceryan.c...­ and is @tpryan on Twitter.

As always, following the presentation we're getting dirty with on-hands hacking and project sharing, so be sure to bring your laptops and prepare to stay up late! :)

Remember to RSVP
When: Wednesday, January 11, 2012 7:15 PM
Where: Kaltura HQ NYC
200 Park Ave South, Suite 1516
The Big Apple, NY 10003

Looking forward to getting together!

Zohar Babin
Director of Community and Developer Relations­­
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