O’Reilly Fluent - The Business of JavaScript

May 29, 2012 - May 31, 2012
San Francisco, CA
USA

At the O’Reilly Fluent Conference, happening in San Francisco May 29-31, 2012, you’ll make sense of the vast explosion of JavaScript and related technologies and take away practical skills you can apply immediately. Fluent gives developers working with JavaScript a place to gather and learn from each other. From the moment the conference starts, you’ll be immersed in JavaScript and see the best of JavaScript, HTML5, and Web technologies.

Wherever you are in your mastery of JavaScript, you'll want to be at O'Reilly Fluent Conference, to share, explore, and learn with the best minds in the JavaScript world. We've put together a top-notch program featuring a stellar speaker roster and a variety of forums for learning: Ancillary Technologies, JavaScript in the Browser,Gaming, Mobile, Pure Languages, Node.js, and Stack Track.

Through three days of inspiring keynotes, intensely practical workshops, and information rich sessions, you’ll focus on the technologies that matter, hone your skills, and chart a path for the future. You'll also connect with other attendees and share knowledge and perspectives in the “hallway track” between sessions and networking events.

Master the Web's most important technologies and explore the changing worlds of JavaScript and HTML5. JavaScript is part of your job—probably a big part of it—if you're working on the Web. From a lightweight browser scripting language, JavaScript has evolved into a powerful, full-stack programming language, and now it's everywhere, from websites and mobile apps to desktop apps, games, databases, and new cloud technologies. Save 20% with code LINUX

http://fluentconf.com/fluent2012

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