Tech Events You Don’t Want to Miss

Taming Taxonomy, AnDevCon, UXPA Boston, and more.

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

Kicking up the Dust with NodeJS and a Bunch of Other JavaScript Goodness: Bill Scott talks about employing dust.js and node.js at PayPal, and explains how JavaScript is enabling Lean UX and Lean Engineering. Register for this free webcast.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, May 15 Location: Online webcast

Debugging Mobile Apps webcast: Jonathan Stark discusses limitations in troubleshooting tools in mobile app development and describes cutting-edge technologies and techniques to make mobile app debugging a bit less painful.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, May 16 Location: Online webcast

Taming Taxonomy: A Practical Intro: Jessica DuVerneay, information architect at The Understanding Group, and Alberta Soranzo, manager of user experience and strategy at UCLA Center for Health Policy & Research, offer tips and tools for creating structure with the user in mind. Attendees will leave with the knowledge and tools to take a swing at taxonomy themselves. To register for this presentation, visit the event’s Meetup page.
Date: 7 to 9 p.m. PT, May 16 Location: Los Angeles, CA

AnDevCon: It’s the largest Android developer training conference on earth. For more information and to register, visit the event website.
Date: May 28–31 Location: Boston, MA

Fluent: The best coders from around the world. All in one place. Visit the conference website to plan your trip.
Date: May 28–30 Location: San Francisco, CA

UXPA Boston 12th Annual User Experience Conference: The conference this year has four simultaneous tracks with 32 presentations centered around critical topics in usability and user-centered design. For more information and to sign up, visit the conference’s event page.
Date: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 29 Location: Boston, MA

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