Building Modern Web Apps, Build 2013, TechEd North America, and More

Tech events you don't want to miss

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

Modern Web Applications Utilizing HTML5 APIs webcast: Ido Green covers techniques and tools for building great “modern” web apps, including tips on Chrome DevTools, HTML5 power tools, and modern web app design techniques. Register for this free webcast.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, May 30 Location: Online webcast

TechEd North America: This is Microsoft’s main conference for IT professionals and enterprise developers. Get hands-on experience with more than 200 self-paced labs. If you need to convince your boss to let you go, there’s even a guide to help. For more information and to register, visit the TechEd website.
Date: June 3–6 Location: New Orleans, LA

Twisted Python: the engine of your Internet webcast: Jessica McKellar presents an architectural overview of the Python networking library, Twisted, and instructs on how to build robust clients and servers for popular and custom network protocols. Register for this free webcast.
Date: 10 a.m. PT, June 6 Location: Online webcast

Velocity: This conference has become an essential training event and source of information for web professionals in any size company. The best minds in the industry will be presenting keynotes and hosting sessions geared toward building a faster, stronger web. Visit the Velocity website for more information and to register.
Date: June 18–20 Location: Santa Clara, CA

Write/Speak/Code: This is a three-day professional development conference for women developers by women developers. Learn how to become better thought leaders, conference speakers, and open source contributors. For more information and to register, visit the conference website.
Date: June 20–22 Location: New York, NY

Build 2013: Microsoft has released a limited number of additional tickets to its sold-out conference. Build is Microsoft’s biggest developer conference of the year, covering Windows client, Windows Azure, Windows Phone, Visual Studio and Xbox, and Windows Blue is expected to be a big topic as well. Visit the Build website to secure tickets.
Date: June 26–28 Location: San Francisco, CA

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