Posted: 15 Mar 2012 03:47 AM PDT
The Wholesale Applications Community (WAC), announced today a series of HTML5-focused hackathons to occur across the world in 2012. Hosted by global operators and designed for wireless applications developers to learn and share knowledge about creating HTML5-based mobile apps and using the new WAC Billing API, the hackathons will teach new skill sets and educate developers about the efficiency of writing once for many devices. Beginning in America during May, the first hackathon in the series will be hosted by AT&T and Facebook, taking place at AT&T's Palo Alto, Calif. facility for innovation, the AT&T Foundry. AT&T will offer a $20,000 prize for the best application developed during the day-long event and Facebook will offer an additional prize for the best social application built that day. Both winning apps will be featured on AT&T's new HTML5 AppCenter. AT&T and Facebook developer support teams will be on site to provide expert guidance in developing applications in HTML5. Developers interested in the hackathon series can learn more and register by visiting the AT&T Developer Program website http://developer.att.com/. The May hackathon at the AT&T Foundry will be quickly followed by similar events across Europe and Asia; Orange will hold an event in Paris [...]
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