What Is Intel Doing at HTML5 Dev Conf 2013?

So, in just a few days, there will be another great and wonderful HTML5 Developer Conference. If you want ALL the details of ALL that is going on start with this link:http://html5devconf.com/

Training will technically start on 10/21 for those that sign-up for those extra sessions, but from my perspective the magic will start on 10/22. One of the biggest things we've got going on is Intel Vice President & General Manager of the Developer Relations Division, Christos Georgiopoulos, will be kicking off the event with a Keynote at 9AM on Tuesday, 10/22/13. The topic is: "From Grassroots to Green Pastures: HTML5, Freedom of Choice and the Era of Integrated Computing," but click his link if you want to learn more. On top of that, we have some of the sharpest code-crafting minds speaking on a variety of topics:
Day Time Room Title Speaker
Tuesday 10:40 - 11:30 E-123 Paul Fischer Intel XDK Overview: An HTL5 Mobile App Dev Tool
Tuesday
11:40 - 12:30 E-130 Stewart Christie Notepad No More: Modern HTML5 Toolchains
Tuesday
1:30 - 2:20 N-123 Ben Odom Environmental Sensors for Making app on phone
Tuesday
4:00 - 4:50 N-123 Tyler Smith Creating Cross Platform games with one HTML5 Code Base
Tuesday
5:00 - 5:50 N-123 Dan Holmlund Secure Authentication without Passwords, Implementing SQRL
Wednesday
1:30 - 2:20
N-123
Andrew Hyde Smith Rapidly Creating Responsive and Attractive HTML5 Mobile User Experiences
Wednesday
4:00 - 4:50
E-123 Stephen Herhut Concurrency and Parallel Computing in JavaScript
Wednesday
4:00 - 4:50
N-123
Dale Schouten WebApp to DesktopApp with Node-Webkit

Aside from great talks, we'll also have great demos in the @IntelSoftware booth (#14), that include:
  • Intel Developer Zone for Android - find out how Intel is working hard to make Android development faster
  • Intel Tools for Android - see the latest greatest tools that we have available today for the next great Android app
  • Intel Developer Zone for HTML5 - learn about the community that is designed to help make HTML5 easier
  • Intel XDK (Cross-Platform Development Kit) & App Porter - we will show off the full release of the Intel XDK
  • Intel Crosswalk Runtime - we will demonstrate the tangible benefit of loading Intel's news runtime on Android
  • Intel Expressway Platform - everyone know HTML5 is great for simple apps, but Expressway make HTML5 Enterprise Ready
  • HTML5 Development on Tizen - if you know HTML5, you'll love Tizen, come see the most HTML5-friendly OS there is
In addition, in the Intel booth, just to keep things fun, we'll have: 
  • Giveaways for completing simple missions
  • Raffles giving out some cool prizes (see us in the booth for details)
  • Free Coffee because we all need a boost now and again
  • Comfy Couches if you need more of a rest than a boost
  • A "Petting Zoo" where you can see some of the market's hottest gadgets
  • A "Geek Bench" if you need more than a casual conversation on some code issues
So, that's the summary at a high level of what Intel has going on next week. You can follow the @IntelSoftware Twitter handle if you want to stay abreast of what is going on. Other Intel folks that will be there are: @intel_stewart, @BenjaminJOdom, @HTML5Tyler, @Agnathan @herhut@OldGeeksGuide, @VishDeshmane, @AmyBarton, and @CaptGeek (that's me ;-) - we hope to see you there!
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