WebDD UK Community Event - 3rd February 2007
Back in December at DDD4 the new event just for web people was announced. The clock is ticking away and we're only 29 days away from the event now.
As we're getting closer we're beggining to release more and more information, tonight the initial list of WebDD speakers was uploaded to the web site along with a list of WebDD sessions.
We are very pleased to have some superstar speakers including ASP.NET's very own Scott Guthrie, Dave Verwer of the Ruby world and two guys from Telerik, Hristo Deshev and Zhivko Dimitrov.
Not only are we giving you a great set of speakers and a fantastic lineup of sessions, it's all for free and it's on a Saturday (Saturday 3rd February 2007), so you don't even have to get your boss let you have a day off work.
Along with the WebDD site we'll also have a backnetwork running which will allow people to network, share blog posts, pictures and reviews and generally have a fun time discussing the event and the speakers.
Space is strictly limited and when all the places are gone, that's it.
We'll be opening registration fully within the next 48 hours.
The WebDD event has us really excited and we want the UK community to enjoy it too.
"Standards. Design. Future. Three topics that are on everyone's wish list, but that often get left by the wayside as time rolls by. If you're interested in all three, then WebDD is for you.
WebDD is a new conference covering both design and development, with a focus on design standards, best practices, and emerging and future technologies. There will be a variety of talks covering topics such as Accessibility, CSS, Standards, ASP.NET, and Ruby, with the aim of bringing developers and designers together to share ideas.
If these sound like the sort of topics you want to learn about then sign up. The best part - it's free and on a Saturday, so you don't even need to take a day off from work.
WebDD is not a Microsoft event but is organised by the web community for the web community with Microsoft as our premier sponsor."
We can't wait :-)