2011: HTML5 AND THE OPEN WEB PLATFORM
W3C, the web standards organization, is holding its first conference.
If you are a developer or designer wanting to hear the latest news on HTML5 and the open web platform, and your place in it, save the date for W3Conf 2011.
A limited number of seats will be available for the live audience in Redmond–just outside of Seattle–and videos of the presentations will be streamed live to the world.
We have selected speakers on an invitation-only basis to deliver the most educational and entertaining experience for our audience on the topics we felt were the most pressing for Web developers and designers today. Below are a few of our confirmed speakers… check back often for updates as more speakers confirm.
7401 164th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052
W3C is the international forum for the development of technology standards and for stewardship of the Web. W3C is directed by Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web (in 1989).
HTML5, CSS, XML, PICS, PNG, P3P, RDF, Semantic Web, SMIL, SVG, XForms, XML Query, XML Schema, XPath, XSLT, MathML, etc.