We will be awarding prizes to the best hacks as judged by the SendGrid hosts.
Apple® - iPod touch® 8GB MP3 Player (4th Generation - Latest Model: MD057LL/A) - White
$500 in Heroku credit
IOGEAR Mobile Android Prize Pack
- HD AV Cable with Charge and Sync for Handheld Devices
- GearPower High Capacity Mobile Power Station
- Touch Point Stylus Pack
IOGEAR Mobile iOS Prize Pack
- Composite AV Cable with Charge and Sync for iPhone / iPod
- GearPower Edge Rechargeable Protective Case Combo for iPhone 4
- Touch Point Stylus Pack
And of course ... SendGrid Schwag aplenty and some email credits to boot
Who: Anyone interested in creating mobile applications for the iOS or Android platforms.
What: A "Intro to Mobile Development for Web, iOS Native Apps and Android Native Apps" presentation followed by a hackathon with awesome people and prizes.
When: Saturday December 10, 2011 from 8am to 9pm
Where: SendGrid's Southern California office.
Twitter Hashtag: #sgmh
8 - 9am
Breakfast provided by SendGrid + Registration.
9 - 9:15am
9:15 - 11am
"Intro to Mobile Development for Web, IOS Native Apps and Android Native Apps" presentation. (details below)
11 - 12pm
Form teams and begin hacking.
12 - 1pm
Lunch provided by SendGrid.
7 - 8pm
8 - 8:30pm
Judging and awarding of prizes.
8:30 - 9pm
Intro to Mobile Development for Web, IOS Native Apps and Android Native Apps
About the presentation:
We all know that Mobile Development is the big talk of the moment, but getting started brings more questions than answers. Questions such as: Where do you start? What platforms do you target? and/or Do you have to learn COCOA, JAVA, HTML5, CSS3 and all those technologies that you may not know much about?
The good news is that you can relax for now, because there is a new and exciting way to do it all in simple ways. In this workshop you will learn the following in a few short hours… Oh and actually be productive from day one:
How to design and build a single application that runs perfectly on: mobile web browsers, iPhone (native app), iPad(native app) and Android(native app).
- How to test your application in IOS Simulator
- How to test your application in Android Simulator
- How to transfer your application to an actual iPhone and/or iPad
- How to transfer your application to an actual Android phone
- How to deploy your Android application to the Android Market and Amazon AppStore
- How to deploy your iPhone/iPad application to the Apple AppStore
About the Speaker:
Jorge Garifuna is a Professional Software Developer and Consultant with over 15 years of industry experience. His portfolio of technologies include but are not limited to various programming languages, Web 2.0, a diverse number of Frameworks, countless of databases and the latest and greatest in Mobile for popular platforms such as IOS, Android and BlackBerry, among many.
Over the years, Jorge has successfully Designed, Developed and Deployed (DDD) software in the areas of E-Commerce, Project Management, Content Management Systems (CMS), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to name a few. His technologies have been used, by many consumers, employees and businesses, some of which have grown to multi-million dollar businesses.
Jorge prides himself as a happy contributor to various Open Source Projects, including the ATK Framework and vTiger CRM to name a few. He has also given various presentations in the topics of: Joomla CMS; ATK Framework; Wordpress; ELGG Social Network Framework; Integration of Linux, Apache, MySQL, SQLite with Mkahawa Cyber Manager and PHP; and Mobile Development for Web, IOS Native and Android Native.
Jorge joined LAMPsig over six years ago and is currently serving as the president of this dynamic LAMP group. More details of Jorge’s professional qualifications can be found at: http://jgari.com/resume
When & Where
SendGrid is a proven, cloud-based customer communication platform that drives engagement and business growth. SendGrid is a leader in email deliverability and its cloud-based platform successfully delivers over 25 billion emails each month for Internet and mobile-based customers like Airbnb, Pandora, HubSpot, Spotify, Uber and FourSquare as well as more traditional enterprises like Intuit and Costco. For more information, visit www.sendgrid.com.