$100 SenchaCon Discount Code

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SenchaCon 2013

SenchaCon is fast approaching and it promises to be epic.  A few highlights attendees can expect:

  • Held at Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin
  • Get insider and bleeding edge information on Sencha's technologies
  • Sponsored by mobile development and production leaders
  • Full Day hackathon
  • Meet other mobile / front-end developers who look to push the boundaries of performance and usability
  • A few days away from work to concentrate on hardcore client-side badassery
  • Mozilla legend, fan favorite, and world class ginger Christian Heilmann will speak

Sencha has given me a discount code to save developers $100 on registration costs!

$100 Discount Code:  TRA343

You can check out SenchaCon highlights or register with the discount code.

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