# Monday, May 14, 2012

Once again I am plugging That Conference!  Why?  Because it is going to kick ass and you will not want to miss it!

In a previous post I highlighted some of the nationally recognized top-notch speakers that will be Counselors at the event.  What I didn’t mention is that I have been given the honor of presenting not one but two sessions at That Conference.  Below are the two sessions I will be doing.

Going Native with KendoUI Mobile
The number of people using their smartphones or tablets to access the web has grown to the point where having a presence on mobile devices has become a must for anyone with a website. But to be truly successful your mobile presence has to differentiate itself from the mobile web entirely and straddle that line between web and native application. In the past this meant having specific styles and often views for each specific mobile platform you wanted to target, but this is no longer necessary thanks to Kendo UI Mobile.

In this talk Keith will demonstrate how using HTML5 and Kendo UI Mobile you can write one application with a single set of styles and views that looks truly native on iOS, Android, and Blackberry. Keith will walk through creating a mobile application from start to finish including how to use PhoneGap to package and deploy your website to the major mobile application stores.


HTML5 – It’s Not Just for Hipsters
HTML5 is the current “Big Thing” in web technologies. HTML5 has already been crowned the “Write Once Run Everywhere” toolset, even running on the desktop. But we .NET guys seem to once again, be left behind. The lack of tooling in Visual Studio along with the fact that most .NET web developers do not consider themselves HTML developers is really causing .NET developers to already be behind the 8 ball when it comes to HTML5 development.

In this talk Keith will cover the features of HTML5 that all .NET developers should know about and be taking advantage of. He will also cover, how contrary to popular belief the tooling is there and you can start coding HTML5 in Visual Studio now. Keith will also demonstrate that HTML5 development does not require a completely new toolset, you can leverage your current skills including all your favorite .NET server technologies when doing HTML5 development.

I highly suggest you take a look at the awesome array of sessions that will be presented at That Conference in each of the 4 tracks:

On top of the Give Camp leading in to the event there are a number of other awesome events being planned.  Unfortunately these events are still in the planning phase so I can’t go in to detail but I can stress Do Not Miss That Conference!

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