Who’s hosting? Charlie Arehart
Our 6pm (US ET) talk on Thursday Apr 28 will be part two of two in the day from different speakers, but both on JQuery Mobile. Second up at 6pm will be “Using jQuery Mobile for your Next Web Application”, with Andy Matthews. At noon Ray Camden will have offered a preliminary talk (details in its separate announcement).
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I have been working as a web and application developer for 12 years, with experience in a wide range of industries, and a skillset which includes graphic design, programming, business strategy and planning, and marketing. Throughout my career I have been privileged to work on projects which interfaced with industry giants such as Craigslist, written code that allowed Enterprise level sales teams to quickly and efficiently build presentations for their clients, and stayed current on trends in the marketplace by helping previous employers transition to newer, more effective, coding habits and standards. I have received certifications, spoken to users at conferences around the country, and developed software for the open source community.
WHEN: Thurs. Apr 28, 6:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-4)
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