JBoss User's and Developer's Conference | Boston 2014 | From Zero to Mobile
Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
Join us for a summer daytime session filled with code, micro-presentations, and group hacking! We've got one goal for the day: teach you how to go from a blank repository to a working mobile application by mid-afternoon. Project Leads from the JBoss mobile and security teams will be in-house and leading the charge with downloadable quickstarts to bootstrap your day.
We'll guide you in building a new mobile app, securing it, authenticating with OAuth 2.0, and sending/receiving push notifications. Prizes will be awarded for the best implementation at the end of the hackathon.
The day will be loosely-organized to suit your needs, but generally-speaking it will look a bit like:
|9:15a - 9:55a||Quickstart Introduction: Mobile with Sebastian Blanc and Erik Jan de Wit|
|10:00a - 10:40a||Quickstart Introduction: Security with Shane Bryzak and Joshua Wilson|
|10:45a - 11:25a||Introduction: OpenShift with Matthias Wessendorf|
|11:30a - 12:15p||Introduction: KeyCloak with Bill Burke|
|12:15p - 12:45p||Lunch (grab and go, as brought in from a local North End restaurant)|
|12:45p - 15:00p||HackFest|
Technologies we'll be covering include:
We'll supply lunch, coding juice (beer), space, Wifi, and presentation materials; bring your laptop and come ready to build!
As a special welcome to the member of the Boston Java Meetup group, we'd like to offer 50% off tickets; see the meeting details on your meetup account for the code!
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