Last week Enyo co-sponsored the Breaking Development conference (@bdconf) in Dallas, Texas, which focuses on new, emerging techniques for web development and design for mobile devices. We had a booth where we answered questions and demoed apps written with Enyo running on several devices. On Monday evening we hosted an “Anti-social Social” event and closed out the conference on Wednesday afternoon with an Enyo Bootcamp. Of course we also had plenty of Enyo T-shirts, stickers and USB drives to give away.
The Anti-social Social, hosted by Enyo, took place on Monday night and was a huge success. Between the food and drinks, the games of pool and the conversation, everyone had a great time. We gave out 8GB Enyo flash drive bottle openers (while they lasted!) and people made a game of creatively tweeting pictures of their new flash drives. On Wednesday afternoon Ben Combee ran an Enyo bootcamp with his trusty sidekick, Dave Freeman. Ben went through the basics of Enyo and then created a demo app to pull Twitter feeds live on stage.
The entire Enyo team would like to thank everyone who attended the Breaking Development conference. It was a pleasure to meet and talk with you about Enyo and how it relates to the present and future of web and mobile development. Be sure to check out the Events page at enyojs.com for upcoming events.
Dave Freeman multitasks at the Enyo table
The Anti-social Social, hosted by Enyo
Ben Combee giving an overview of Enyo at the Enyo Bootcamp
One of the Enyo USB flash drives at the Anti-social Social event