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Future of Web Apps

A session at Future of Web Apps

Future of Web Apps (FOWA) is a three-day conference for web, app, and software developers and engineers. It begins with a full day of eight-hour workshops, followed by two days of sessions and a rousing attendee party - all in the heart of London.

Learn how to create, connect and maintain APIs to make apps functional, relevant and fun. Find out how cutting-edge developers are applying the latest technologies and tools to build next-generation apps, solve development challenges and automate their work.

Plus, you’ll get exposure to new toolkits and frameworks. See what’s possible and practical as some of the best in the business share real-life examples and code samples.

This year, there’s a choice between these three workshops (while seats last):
AngularJS in One Day: Building the Modern Web (led by Todd Motto)
API Intensive: From Apprentice to Master (led by Kirsten Hunter)
Developing Games with Three.JS & WebGL (led by Jerome Etienne)

FOWA London’s hand-picked speaker lineup is full of brilliant minds. Learn from the likes of these fine folks (and many others):
Bruce Lawson, Opera
Zach Holman, GitHub
Yehuda Katz, Tilde Inc
Todd Motto, Appsbroker
Jo Liss, creator of Broccoli
Syd Lawrence, We Make Awesome Sh
Kirsten Hunter, Akamai

With both structured and informal networking sessions throughout the event, Future of Web Apps is not just a great place to enhance your skills and nourish your brain. It’s also an opportunity to forge new professional contacts and make new friends who share the same passions you do.

URLs:

Booking: http://atnd.it/14404-1

Facebook: http://atnd.it/14404-2

Price
Conference Pass: £595
Conference Pass Plus Workshop: £795
Workshop Only: £395

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Future of Web Apps

England England, London

29th September to 1st October 2014

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Date Mon 29th September 2014

Short URL

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Official event site

atnd.it/14404-0

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