Tech events you don’t want to miss

Codepalousa, TechCrunch Disrupt, MVA Live, and more

Each Monday, we round up upcoming event highlights from the programming and technology space. Have an event to share? Send us a note.


nicholas_c_zakasThe Best of Fluent: Maintainable JavaScript webcast

Date: 5 a.m. PT, April 24

Location: Online webcast

Why you shouldn’t miss it: Presenter Nicholas Zakas addresses best practices in writing maintainable JavaScript code. You can register for the free webcast on O’Reilly’s community website.


CodepalousaLogoCodepalousa

Date: April 25—27

Location: Louisville, KY

Why you shouldn’t miss it: It’s three days of nerding out in software dev sessions, workshops, and keynotes. For more information, visit the Codepalousa website.


ny-disrupt-2013-logoTechCrunch Disrupt NYC 2013

Date: April 27—May 1

Location: New York City

Why you shouldn’t miss it: The shindig kicks off with a 24-hour hackathon. And you might get to meet Ashton Kutcher. For more on the event and information on tickets, visit TechCrunch.


raymond_camden2Developing Mobile Applications with PhoneGap webcast

Date: 10 a.m. PT, April 30

Location: Online webcast

Why you shouldn’t miss it: Presenter Raymond Camden will tell you everything you want to know about the PhoneGap project and using the PhoneGap Build service. You can register for this free webcast at O’Reilly’s community website.


MVALogoMVA Live Q&A: Programming Windows with Charles Petzold

Date: 5 p.m. PT, April 30

Location: Online webcast

Why you shouldn’t miss it: Charles Petzold answers all your questions about using C# and XAML to build Windows 8 apps. You can register for this free webcast at MVA Jumpstart.


FluentLogoFluent

Date: May 28—30

Location: San Francisco, CA

Why you shouldn’t miss it: The best coders from around the world. All in one place. Visit the Fluent Conference website to plan your trip.


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