Guest post by NCDevCon
Already in it’s 4th year, NCDevCon is the largest developer conference in North Carolina. Held on September 29 – 30, 2012 in Raleigh at Centennial Campus, NCDevCon is the best training and continuing education opportunity for technologists in the Triangle area.
Marquee speakers include Adam Lehman, Elisha Dvorak, Hemant Khandelwal and Raymond Camden, from Adobe Systems along with Jonathan LeBlanc and Pragati Rai from Paypal. Many other distinguished speakers from around the country round out the roster for NCDevCon 2012.
For the $200 registration fee, NCDevCon delivers quite a bit of value. 44 different sessions run in four track categories. Attendees have their choice of four different sessions for each of the 11 time slots so there is always something interesting going on. At no extra cost, attendees receive lunch at the conference location on both Saturday and Sunday. Unlimited snacks, soda, juice and refreshments will be provided throughout the conference. Plus, attendees get access to the Saturday night after-party held on the conference site with free food, beverages, and opportunities to network with their fellow conference attendees.
Hands on classes
NCDevCon also includes several instructor led hands-on classes at no additional charge for attendees. The hands-on classes are conducted in a Bring Your Own Laptop format. Since an instructor leads the class participants through practical application of a technology, this represents a great training opportunity for developers to learn new technology fast.
The current hands-on class list is:
- Introduction to Mobile Applications with PhoneGap/Cordova
- GIT: Choosing Workflows That Make Sense
- JQuery Mobile 101
- Authentication Using Twitter, Google, Facebook, And More
The 4th NCDevCon is shaping up to be the can’t-miss developer training and conference event in Raleigh. If you would like more information
about NCDevCon, visit the website at: ncdevcon.com.