Dev(Chatt); is a free, technology focused conference and expo for software developers, engineers, technologists and technology enthusiasts. Combining the best approaches from the unconference movement and more traditional conferences, Dev(Chatt); is both a place for attendees to grow their knowledge and to educate each other.
Mike is the founder and CEO of Fiesta Technology, where he works on fiesta.cc (the easiest way to create mailing lists / email groups). Before Fiesta, he was a Software Engineer at 10gen, where he worked on the MongoDB project. He has presented (mostly about MongoDB) at EuroPython, Strange Loop Conf, RuPy, RubyConf, MongoNYC, MongoSF, MongoBoston and other conferences and meetup groups around the world. Mike received a B.S.E. in Computer Science from Princeton University. Born in Albany NY, Mike currently resides in New York City.
David Pham is an entrepreneur, software developer and the creator of Dropulous, an innovative browser-based file sharing and collaboration tool which enables users to quickly and easily drag and and drop files into their browser for uploading and sharing. Since it’s launch, Dropulous has attracted several hundred thousand users both in free and paid accounts. David currently lives in Plano, Texas.
Taking a cue from the successful BarCamp Chattanooga, sessions will be held on both days with multiple concurrent tracks. Topics will be determined by the speakers and posted prior to the conference. Speaker registration is online. Attendee registration is free and either day-of or online (online preferred). In the case that there are more topics registered than space permits, presentation time slots will be assigned on a first come first served basis.
Topic: "Web font embedding: A brief overview"
Topic: "CSS3: Possibilities, Best Practices and Pitfalls"
Topic: "Paywall.me - Paywall your life by accepting social micropayments on the go."
Topic: "Attributes in jQuery"
Topic: "IPv6 What you should already know"
Topic: "Async templating with Node"
Topic: "How 4G LTE Impacts Consumers and Businesses"
Topic: "PhoneGap: For fun and science"
Topic: "Front-end performance optimization"
Topic: "JIRA and Greenhopper for Agile Development"
Topic: "The Web is a Foreign Country"
Topic: "Why we chose the cloud, a startup's infrastructure journey"
Topic: "jQuery & eCSStender"
Topic: "Forms: A UX Manifesto"
Topic: "WorkForPie: Life in a startup accelerator"