Edinburgh, December 2nd: Telerik Live: HTML5, Mobile & Time Travel

Our friends at Telerik are hosting an event at Microsoft’s Edinburgh office on December 2nd!

This is your chance to meet some of the Telerik team first-hand…it’s also an opportunity to meet @rachelhawley too!

Building HTML5 mobile apps and the future of the web.

HTML5 is officially everywhere. Everywhere the web is at least, and if there is one thing that history has repeated over and over again, it’s that the web always wins.

Join us for a day of mobile development and a peek at the future of the web with Brandon Satrom and Burke Holland. We’ll dive into the HTML5 platform, and then take a look at how native mobile applications (that’s right – we did say native) can be built today using web technologies. We’ll finish it off by taking a quick trip to the future to see how the web platform may be changing, and what that means for developers. This is a small event and perfect for all skill levels. Bring your questions and we’ll pontificate the answers together.

This event is completely free to attend. Space is limited and tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis so be sure to secure your space by registering today.

Event Outline
12:45 – 13:00 Welcome and Introduction
13:00 – 14:00 An Introduction to HTML5, Burke H. & Brandon S.
14:00 – 14:15 Break
14:15 – 15:45 Building Mobile Applications With Visual Studio, Burke Holland
15:45 – 16:00 Break
16:00 – 17:00 Polyfilling The Web Platform With Web Components, Brandon Satrom
17:00 – close Social time with Team Telerik

Burke Holland is a web developer living in Nashville, TN. He enjoys working with and meeting developers who are building mobile apps with jQuery / HTML5 and loves to hack on social API’s. Burke works for Telerik as a Developer Advocate focusing on Kendo UI. You can follow Burke on Twitter using his handle @burkeholland.

Brandon Satrom is Product Manager for Kendo UI and is based in Austin, TX. An unabashed lover of the open web, Brandon loves to talk about HTML, JavaScript, CSS, open source and whatever new shiny tool or technology has distracted him from that other thing he was working on. Brandon has spoken at national, international and online events, and he loves hanging out with and learning from passionate designers and developers. He has an inextinguishable love for writing and, in addition to having several articles featured in publications like MSDN, .net Magazine, Web Standards Sherpa and InformIT, he’s currently working on his second book, “Polyfilling the Web Platform,” for O’Reilly.

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