Go Mobile with Node.js and OpenShift at Startup Weekend San Francisco
August 27, 2013 | by
OpenShift Comes to You: Startup Weekend San Francisco, September 27 - 29
Are you a Bay Area startup looking to develop and deploy a mobile plus web experience for your customers? Then join us for Startup Weekend, September 27 - 29 in San Francisco.
The weekend kicks off on Friday, September 27 at 5:30 p.m. with a workshop by OpenShift by Red Hat and StrongLoop. Come learn about mobile development with Node.js and hosting through OpenShift and get coaching from experts and mentors on tools you can use to launch your next big idea.
In Startup Weekend style, there will be a 54-hour whirlwind of pitching, business model creation, coding, designing, and market validation. The weekend culminates with presentations in front of a panel of judges and an opportunity to win great prizes.
Want a chance to go for free? OpenShift has two free tickets to give away. Entering is easy. Just make a public mention in your social network (Twitter, Facebook, Google+, your personal blog, etc.) that you'd like a free pass to this Startup Weekend event. Then email us a link to your post, plus your name, mailing address, and country of residence by September 6.
On September 9th, we'll draw two winners from the eligible entries for a free ticket. Official rules for the giveaway are here.
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