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4D to sponsor JS.everywhere(2012)

03.30.2012
by 4D Team

Over 300 attendees from the JavaScript and business app development community attended Wakanday/JS.everywhere() as a follow-on to 4D Summit in Boston last year, and it was so successful, we’ve given JS.everywhere() its own day. The now two-day event will take place October 26-27, 2012 in the heart of Silicon Valley, giving attendees a chance to immerse themselves in presentations on both JavaScript for enterprise applications and 4D’s new JavaScript development platform.

 

More details will be announced soon, and in the meantime, we welcome JavaScript professionals of any stripe to propose session topics. Proposals are open to a wide range of topics, with possible subjects including (but not limited to) JavaScript/ECMAscript/JS.Next in the enterprise; server-side JavaScript; CommonJS; NoSQL; Web performance; quality and/or unit testing; security; HTML5 and CSS3; mobility; tools & frameworks; the cloud; user interface and accessibility.

 

To propose a session, visit the Call to Speakers page. The submission deadline is June 29.

 

Registration details will be forthcoming, but know that your registration for 4D Summit 2012 includes both days of JavaScript magic, JS.everywhere(2012) and Wakanday!

 

See you in California...

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