Looking for a chance to spend your Saturday learning from some amazing HTML5 experts, like Christopher Schmitt, Mike Taylor (Opera), Brian Rinaldi (Adobe), our own Burke Holland, and many more? Then you better make your way to Austin, Texas tomorrow, Saturday, February 2nd, because it’s time for the next edition of HTML5tx!
Of course, an event this popular is already sold out (sorry), so hopefully you already have your ticket. If you don’t, be sure to join the fun online and follow the #html5tx hashtag and check-out videos from last year’s edition. It’s just like being there live…kinda…
Kendo UI participates in events around the globe every year (look for us this year in a city near you!), but HTML5tx is a special conference for Kendo UI for a couple reasons:
- Kendo UI is a top sponsor of HTML5tx this year
- Kendo UI is organized by Kendo UI’s own PM, Brandon Satrom (in his “free time” no less!)
We’re excited to support such a great event for HTML5 developers, and we’ll be in full force on the ground this weekend, too. Brandon, Burke, and I will be at HTML5tx, talking shop, and participating in Open Spaces. If you want to swing by and talk about Kendo UI or anything HTML5 or mobile development related, we’d love to chat. Don’t be shy. (We’ll also be on twitter throughout the day for all of you that can’t make it. Ask us questions there, too!)
If you are one of the lucky attendees at tomorrow’s event, in addition to some fun Kendo UI swag, you’ve got a chance to claim a free Kendo UI license by simply participating in the HTML5tx Hacky Hour! Just join the event at Austin’s Capital Factory and sign-up to claim your license. It’s a great way to have some fun and get some great tools, yours to keep.
And because I don’t want everyone else to feel left out, I’ll be giving away one Kendo UI Complete license this weekend to one lucky tweeter! Just tweet on Saturday with the #html5tx hashtag + the #KendoUI tag so that I can find your tweets. I’ll announce the random winner on Monday on the @KendoUI twitter account. Cool? Cool.
See you in Austin.
(Oh! And don’t forget to check-out Burke Holland’s “Defying Facebook: Creating High Performance Mobile Apps” session at 9:50 AM on Saturday. It will be epic.)