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Dev 2014 Track Day

Thursday, April 23
10am–5:30pm

Whether you're new to programming or wanting to sharpen your skills, this full day conference will include advanced and beginner workshops and lightning technical presentations from some the city's smartest local companies.


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Track Day Events

  • Dev Day

    Whether you're new to programming or wanting to sharpen your skills, this full day conference includes advanced and beginner workshops and lightning technical presentations from some the city's smartest local companies.

    Saturday, April 5, 10:00am–5:30pm
Jon M. Huntsman Hall at UPenn
Wharton, 3730 Walnut Street

Speakers

  • Andrew Theken

    Andrew Theken

    Andrew Theken is a Software Engineer with more than 10 years experience building both desktop and web applications. During that time, Andrew has worked on the full web stack, from managing database servers, all the way up to "pixel-perfect" web interfaces, using the latest CSS3, HTML5, and JavaScript browser capabilities. Andrew has made contributions to many Open Source projects, and is the creator of "Ektorp," a Node.js command line tool for working with CouchDB.

  • Steven Beyers

    Steven Beyers

    Steven is a Senior Consultant with CapTech Consulting. Since he joined CapTech, he has been building iOS apps for a major financial institution. Steven is leading architecture and development for client projects and has lead the effort to adopt Swift. Although iOS development is his passion, Steven has worked on Android and Windows front end apps and has vast experience with Java and C# writing back end services.

    Beyers is an experienced mobile developer who has successfully implemented mobile banking applications for some of CapTech’s largest retail banking clients. He has also worked with Java and C# and has implemented Web Services for satellite image systems. In addition to development, he has experience performing Database Design, Project Management, Research and Planning, and Technical Writing. Steven has lived in the Philadelphia area his entire life and is an avid Eagles and Flyers fan.

  • Sondra Willhite

    Sondra Willhite

    Sondra Willhite has over ten years of experience designing databases, migrating data, building BI reports and developing database front-ends, primarily in SQL Server environments. She teaches an Intro to Database Design for Girl Develop It, and is an organizer for LadyHacks, Philadelphia's hackathon for women. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, lectures, jazz and blues, and hiking.

  • Brian Crumley

    Brian Crumley

    Brian is passionate about creating high performance responsive web experiences that strike a balance between business goals and user needs.

    A regular face around Philly’s creative circles, Brian champions community engagement as an organizer for both BarCamp Philly and Content Camp Philly, in addition to his work on Forge Conference.

    When he’s not out getting his geek on or showing his Baltimore roots by cheering on the Ravens, Brian is usually eating his way around Philly, checking out the latest movies, or pretending to be a snowboarder.

  • Keith Gregory

    Keith Gregory

    Keith Gregory is a consultant for Chariot Solutions, and has been a technology professional for over 30 years. In that time he has worked on projects as diverse as the early Macintosh, real-time data acquisition, and massively parallel databases. He has also worked with many UI technologies: Macintosh, Windows, X/Motif, Java/Swing, and HTML/JQuery. His favorite so far is HTML/AngularJS.