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F5 and AT&T Hold Mobile Application Developer ‘Hackathon’

F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV) is hosting the first Mobile App Hackathon in a series of mobile development events organized by the AT&T Developer Program. Senior developers from Sencha, Apigee, PhoneGap, and appMobi will be on hand to provide expert insights and advice on application development, testing, and debugging. The AT&T Developer Program will also provide smartphones that attendees can use at the event.

Event Details

What: A full day of coding, learning, and collaboration, with food, drinks, fun, and prizes

Who: Anyone interested in developing mobile applications. Please bring your laptop!

When: Saturday, April 16, 2011; 9 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. PT

Where: F5 Networks, 351 Elliott Ave W. (First floor; Chinook conference room)

To get more information on the event, guest speakers, and registration, visit Registration and attendance are subject to availability. Follow @mobilehackathon on Twitter.

About F5 Networks

F5 Networks is the global leader in Application Delivery Networking. F5’s flexible solution portfolio enables organizations to enhance IT agility and dynamically deliver application and data services that generate true business value. Global enterprise organizations, service and cloud providers, and Web 2.0 content providers trust F5 to keep their business moving forward. For more information, go to

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