DevCon5 is an HTML5 and Mobile App Developer Conference that will take place at The Network Meeting Center, Santa Clara, CA. April 25-26, 2012. This conference is for any developer, designer, architect, as well as technology leaders and business strategists who want to learn how to use HTML5 to create dynamic user experiences, develop new mobile business models and profit from this revolutionary new language.

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Who will be at DevCon5?
Highlighted speakers include; Jason Hoffman, Founder and CTO of Joyent, Andrew Lunny, Computer Scientist at Adobe, Kenneth Russell, Software Engineer, Chrome GPU team, Google, Inc. and Chair of the WebGL Working Group and more.

Other speakers include:

  • David Kaneda, Creative Web Technologist, Sencha
  • Sy Choudhury, Director of Product Management, Web Technologies, Qualcomm
  • Paul Trani, Adobe Developer Evangelist, Adobe
  • Alex Cruikshank, Programmer, CarbonFive<
  • Rudy Jahchan, Computer Systems Analyst, CarbonFive
  • David Kaneda, Creative Web Technologist, Sencha
  • Monty Sharma, Director, MassDigi
  • Jeff Fulton, Founder,
  • Steve Fulton, Founder,
  • Joey Janisheck, Founder, BestFit Mobile
  • Zhenyao Mo, Ph.d, Software Engineer at Google’s Chrome GPU Team, Google

View the entire Agenda Here and check back often for updates. Remember to use code UBZ to save 20% on registration ticket.

About DevCon5:

The conference is a three track program comprised of a Gaming/Mobile Track, User Interface Track, and an Animation Track.
Attendees will learn:

  • Implementation and execution of HTML5
  • How to build new business models based on HTML5 Mobile, Cloud and ecommerce capabilities
  • How HTML5 enables the cloud and the mobile network to deliver ubiquitous applications and enterprise solutions
  • How to efficiently write code to optimize development time and deliver applications across multiple platforms.
  • Available HTML5 tools to support applications and mobility
  • Other topics include; CSS3, HTML5, JTouch, PhoneGap, Node.js, Unity, Canvas, WebGL, building API’s for HTML5, and more

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