The time is almost upon us for the next MAJOR Kendo UI release! It’s only been a little more than three months since the last Kendo UI release, but much like the technologies Kendo UI builds-on, we’re moving fast.
To help introduce everyone to the new bits, we will be hosting a big “online keynote” that we’d love to have you attend. Here are the event details:
WHEN: March 22nd @ 11:00 AM EST (permatime) WHERE: The Internet (it’s a cool place) WHY: Kendo UI Q1 2012 Official Release WHO: You, your friends, and a bunch of other cool cats
To register for this event, visit the official registration page and punch-in your info. We’ll send you a reminder before the event begins, but register now so you don’t miss out on the fun and prizes.
“PRIZES?!” you ask. But of course. This is a big release, so it calls for big prizes!
We are excited about this release, so we’re giving away some cool prizes for people that join us for the live online keynote. Here’s what will be up for grabs:
The only thing you need to do for your chance at winning is register for the webinar and then join us for the live event on March 22! You must attend the live event to be included in the prize raffle. We’ll notify all winners via email after the event concludes and tweet-out the winners on Kendo UI’s twitter feed.
As a major release, the Q1 2012 bits will contain updates for all of Kendo UI (Web, DataViz, Mobile). You can learn more about what’s coming by reviewing the recent Kendo UI Q1 2012 beta. In the live webinar, we’ll cover the highlights and show-off some cool demos of Kendo UI in-action. We’ll also share more on the licensing for Kendo UI Mobile, DataViz, and the new Kendo UI Complete (the bundle that includes everything Kendo UI).
At the end of the keynote, we’ll hold an extended Q&A to address as many of your questions as we can so you can jump-in with Kendo UI Q1 2012 right away.
Register now to save your seat in the Kendo UI Q1 2012 Online Keynote!
(NOTE: We’ve changed webcast systems for Q1, so we should now be able to welcome everyone during the live event and not cap live attendees at 1,000. If you register, you should be able to attend!)
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