Come to one day of FREE intensive Kynetx Developer training at the
Kynetx Impact Dev Day - Nov. 5, 2010
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This all-day intensive training is designed for programmers interested in creating applications for the "Real Time" and "Evented Web." Learn to leverage trends like the use of real-time data including webhooks, Restful APIs, streaming data from sources like Twitter and Facebook, and Internet identity protocols like OAuth--all using the Kynetx Platform. Guests from Twilio be there to talk about how webhooks are used in their telephony API.
What You’ll Learn:
- Building Interactive Apps that respond to online events.
- Creating apps with webhooks
- Accessing and using multiple data sources
- Using AppBuilder to create Kynetx Apps
- Basic KRL syntax
- Writing rules
- Using web events and event loops
- Understanding Intrinsic Data
- Using Explicit Events
- Event Domains and KRL
- Building Apps using multiple endpoints
9:00 - 9:15: Welcome by Stephen Fulling, CEO
9:15 - 10:15: Opening session by Phil Windley, CTO
“Programming the Internet: Why Coding with KRL, Events and Rules will change your future.”
10:15 - 11:00: Workshop
"Basic Programming in KRL - Hello World, Form Calls, Functions"
11:15 - 12:00: Workshop
"Incorporating Data Sets, Data Sources & HTTP Get"
12:00 - 1:00: Lunch (provided)
1:00 - 1:45: Workshop
"Hands on walk through of how Twilio works and how it can be used within Kynetx. The talk will draw on questions from the audience, and developers will walk away with the basic skills needed to build a simple phone or SMS app." Andrew Benton, Twilio Web Developer, guest speaker.
2:00- 3:45: Working Session
Time to build your own app with help from the Kynetx team & Jeff from Twilio.
4:00 - App Showcase and Q&A
5:00 - Wrap-up & Goodbye – Stephen Fulling & Phil Windley
Computer History Museum.
1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043
Get ready to participate in the KRL Challenge during the Dev Day. Everyone that builds an app that day wins!
Never been to a Kynetx Developer Event? Check out the photos from our last conference (Kynetx Impact Spring 2010).
Seats are limited so register today!