We’ve been to a lot of AT&T hackathons and have been very impressed with these events. Now, AT&T is putting on a new event here in the San Francisco Bay Area called DevLab, a one-day hands-on programming workshop to immerse participants in the latest services and tools for mobile app development. It will be held on September 25th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. (You can use the code MUSEUM to waive the registration charge.)
The two specific mobile technologies to be covered are the AT&T ARO (Application Resource Optimizer) and the AT&T WatsonSM Speech API. You will have the opportunity for real-world interaction with AT&T experts who will walk you through these technologies step by step and be available to help you create a mashup of your choice. Throughout the day and evening you will also have opportunity to listen to and chat with a variety of interesting speakers including Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, and Michael Lopp, author of Being Geek: The Software Developer’s Career Handbook.
Let’s not forget food and drink. (I never do.) As a change from the usual buffet-style lunch, a collection of food trucks will be serving lunch. And, at the end of the event, during the Lopp fireside chat, robots will be serving cocktails (of course).
We are certainly looking forward to attending DevLab. If you are interested in new exciting mobile development technologies and can make it there, you should come too.
Find out more or register now. (Don’t forget to use the promo code MUSEUM to waive the registration charge.)