Great Indian Developer Summit, April 22nd – 25th


Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS) is the biggest independent summit for software developers in India. This year’s event takes place in Bangalore April 22nd – 25th, 2014 and will be JetBrains first official presence at the show.

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Over the last six years, more than 25,000 people have attended GIDS. The 2014 edition of GIDS features six different tracks offering 100+ focused sessions, keynotes and workshops highlighting the technologies that are having a significant impact right now.

Representing JetBrains at GIDS will be Maarten Balliauw and Dino Esposito. Come by JetBrains booth (#20) to meet the guys and learn more about our developer tools: ReSharper, IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, WebStorm, TeamCity, YouTrack and more.

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Be sure to attend Dino’s keynote on Tuesday, April 22nd:

Never Mind the Mobile Web: Here’s the Device Web
45 mins | GIDS.NET | Conference Schedule

Any website can be accessed with any sort of device, including laptops, smartphones, tablets, glasses, smart TVs, etc. Obviously, your site must be responsive. But how do you get to be responsive? Having separate websites is a sure failure; you need a single website that can offer different views. But what’s the ideal way of switching views? Is Responsive Web Design just enough? How does it really work? What are its hidden costs? In the talk, Dino debunks some of the myths of Responsive Web Design and brings up the need of really different HTML views. The rest of the talk is built around a demo ASP.NET MVC application that uses a popular framework (WURFL, used by Google and Facebook, to name a few) to switch views intelligently based on device detection.

For more GIDS information, please visit www.developermarch.com/developersummit.

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