PhoneGap Day EU 2014

Friday, September 26th in Berlin

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// Intro + About

We're celebrating all things PhoneGap and want you to join us! Come to the third annual PhoneGap Day EU in Berlin on Friday 26 September 2014.

Part conference, part celebration: you can expect a fun and informative day packed with people who are using PhoneGap as part of their mobile app development. Meet members of the PhoneGap team and connect with other PhoneGap developers. You'll hear about the latest PhoneGap news and what's coming next!

Workshops are back:
Last year many of the attendees joined us the day prior to PhoneGap day to learn from the experts. Our pre-conference workshops will be held on Thursday, Sept 25th.

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// PhoneGap Day Speakers

Anis Kadri

Anis is a Software Engineer at Adobe. He works on PhoneGap and Cordova full-time and has been contributing to the project since its early inception. Lately, he’s been interested in trying to introduce PhoneGap solutions to the enterprise world.

Brett Rudd

Brett is the current development team lead for Adobe’s PhoneGap Build. PhoneGap Build allows you to create mobile apps using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript - and then easily compile them for multiple platforms in the cloud. First built at Nitobi 4 years ago, and now a part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud, it has built over a million apps and assists developers during prototyping, development and all the way through signing and packaging for App Store submittal. Brett has been on the team since it’s inception and will discuss this growth, a few new features that users have been waiting for, and also a few points on how it may evolve in the future. Brett has no hobbies.

Anthony Rumsey

Anthony is a software developer at Adobe with a passion for creating well designed and engaging user experiences. During his 15 year career Anthony has focused on the the integration of web technologies into Adobe’s enterprise software. More recently his focus has shifted to exploring the capabilities of the mobile web and mobile apps including contributions to the responsive simulator, touch interface and PhoneGap integration in Adobe Experience Manager.

Herm Wong

Herm has previously contributed to Apache Cordova and is currently focused on trying to improve PhoneGap’s adoption by finding ways to simplify & streamline PhoneGap app development.

Holly Schinsky

Holly Schinsky is working with the PhoneGap team at Adobe and currently focused on mobile development using PhoneGap, HTML/CSS and JavaScript. She has 17 years experience in software development including Java, Adobe Flex/AIR and ActionScript in addition to her recent hybrid mobile work. Holly’s latest focus is on developer advocacy and education via her blog, samples and workshops. In her free time she’s usually found driving a carpool, running or hanging out with her family.

Joe Bowser

Joe is the creator of Android version of PhoneGap, and longest active contributor to PhoneGap and Apache Cordova. He still works on Android, finding solutions to various problems that appear on that platform, and also works on other hardware projects.

Michael Brooks

Orphaned as a child, Michael Brooks was raised by his elderly Uncle Ben and Aunt May. Academically gifted, he displayed an uncanny affinity for Computer Science with speciality in signal processing and computer vision. While attending a developer meetup at the age of 26, Michael was bitten on the hand by a radioactive Nitobi employee, empowering him with the company’s proportional open source belief, community, and ability to ship products. Now disguised as mwbrooks and teamed with Adobe, Michael slings between vim, GitHub, Twitter, and IRC to protect the innocent, confront evil, and make PhoneGap & Apache Cordova a safer framework for the future of application development.

Tim Kim

Tim Kim is a developer from Adobe who spends most of his day working on the PhoneGap Developer App and watching cat videos on youtube. Aside from programming, Tim enjoys drawing, playing video games and filling out bios like this one.

Jason Weathersby

Jason Weathersby is a Technical Evangelist for Mozilla, evangelizing Firefox OS. He is also a committer on the BIRT project at the Eclipse Foundation, and has co-authored several books and written many articles on BIRT integration. He is a proponent of HTML5, the Open Web and Open Source and is a regular contributor to the Mozilla Hacks blog. Jason has over 20 years experience in the software development field, ranging from real time process control to business intelligence software.

More speakers to be announced soon!

// Workshops

Dive deeper into PhoneGap by attending our pre-conference workshops on Thursday, 25 September 2014. Choose between two different tracks:

PhoneGap, from beginner to God Mode

PhoneGap Ecosystem: workshops from Mozilla

// Schedule

We’ll be hosting the workshops on on Thursday 25 September 2014 and PhoneGap Day will be Friday 26 September 2014

25 September 2014
09:00-10:00 ... Registration/ Breakfast
10:00-11:35 ... Beginner Track
10:00-11:35 ... Ecosystem I
10:00-11:35 ... Ecosystem II
11:35-11:50 ... Break
11:50-13:25 ... Advanced Track
11:50-13:25 ... Ecosystem III
11:50-13:25 ... Ecosystem IV
13:25-14:30 ... Lunch
14:30-16:05 ... God Mode Track
14:30-16:05 ... Ecosystem V
14:30-16:05 ... Ecosystem VI
16:05-16:20 ... Break

26 Septembr 2014 - TBD

// Venue

36 Schönhauser Allee
10435 Berlin

You can also find directions to Kulturbrauerei.


Alternate Accommodations: AirBnB

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