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Lots of JavaScript, HTML and CSS at NCDevCon

07.31.2013
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On September 21-22, NCDevCon will host its 5th conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. This year it is jam-packed with content on JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and mobile development. I counted at least 25 sessions and workshops on a range of these topics. The hardest part will likely be choosing which sessions you'll have to miss for lack of time.


Registration for the event is only $200, which would be cheap enough as is but also includes:

  • Entry to the weekend event, all presentations and hands on classes.
  • Lunch (both days)
  • Coffee, drinks and snacks (both days)
  • Conference shirt
  • Saturday evening networking event


Register here: http://ncdevcon.eventbrite.com/

Find the session list here: http://ncdevcon.com/page.cfm/sessions-2013

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