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Enyo Hackathon - Silicon Valley

the first hackathon in the SF Bay Area focused on Enyo-based applications

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The Enyo Hackathon - Silicon Valley is the first hackathon in the SF Bay Area focused on Enyo-based applications. It is a free working event for developers, designers, and testers to build web and device applications with the Enyo Development Framework.

The event is sponsored by the Developer Relations Team. All experience levels are welcome, but you’ll definitely get the most value from this event if you’ve already got a solid JavaScript background and a drive to create something with Enyo. We encourage both solo and team projects so be prepared to hit the ground working on an application during the event. Individuals and teams are welcome to present their project efforts at the end of the day.

We'll be keeping our eyes out for folks who are doing great things with Enyo that promote the project and help their fellow developers. Contributions could include an app, widget, sample code, documentation improvement, bug fix, or anything else you can point to an explain how it benefits Enyo.

3 speakers

7 sessions

14 known attendees

  • Markus Leutwyler
  • Ben Combee
  • Gray Norton
  • Ryan Rix
  • Hal Saville
  • Sonal Gandhi
  • Joshua Cole
  • Art Dahm
  • Arthur Thornton
  • Mark Bessey
  • enda mcgrath
  • Joshua Granick
  • Dave Freeman
  • Jeremy Thomas

1 person tracking this event

  • Dave Balmer

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