First Titanium Mobile developer Conference held in US

titanium developer conferenceMobile developers from all around the world joined in and participated as the first titanium Mobile developer conference was recently held in the US. Held in the final week of June, the titanium Mobile developer conference was a two day nonprofit affair aimed at discussing and learning the titanium Mobile developer platform and Alloy. Various talks, conferences, workshops and other social events where held in which titanium Mobile developers met and exchanged notes and listened to speeches from stalwarts in the mobile development business. The event was a great success, and everyone who attended gained tremendous exposure and knowledge about the titanium Mobile development platform and how it can be used and tweaked to create great business applications, and became aware of the latest trends and developments in the field.

The conference was held at the Tremont hotel in Baltimore Maryland, and saw unprecedented participation from titanium developers all around the world. The roster included talk sessions and workshops featuring some of the leading names from the field of titanium development, who shared their expertise about the platform and different innovations going into the future. The list of speakers included legends like Jeff Haynie, Boydlee Polulentine, Grant Shipley, Matt Apperson and Grant Davies. The conference followed in the footsteps of the great success achieved by the first titanium Mobile developer conference held in Europe, which was held in the city of Valencia, Spain in February.

The talk sessions were the high point of this titanium Mobile developer conference. The esteemed speakers talked about topics like enterprise mobile application development, URL schemes, multi platform native application development, development in JavaScript and related topics. There were also talks about very specific areas and skill sets like the use of node.js to connect to Mobile data, using Alloy with backbone.js, advanced use of Alloy, mobile game development, building native modules, server debugging for the mobile platform and the Appcelarator platform. The talks were an immersing and edifying experience and those present gained a lot of knowledge and insight about the subject matters.

The second day concluded with a couple of workshops-the first on the basics of Alloy and the titanium Mobile development platform, and the second on mobile game development using Appcelarator. There were also elaborate end of the day parties which enabled the speakers and the attending Mobile developers and enthusiasts to mingle, converse and share ideas. The mood was light hearted and friendly and there was the correct dose of fun and social camaraderie to balance the serious and intellectual mood of the seminars and workshops.

It can be said that the first titanium Mobile developer conference in the US was a great and unprecedented success. Titanium developers from around the world gained first-hand taste of the latest developments and trends in the field while rubbing folders with mobile development geniuses. An event like this does a world of good for the field of titanium Mobile development, and is sure to inspire and motivate developers from all over the world.

 

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