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State of the Browser 2012

London Web Standards

Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (BST)

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2012 is an exciting time for the web. Representatives from Opera, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft will be on hand to show us how their browser technologies are being used to bring the web to tablets, smartphones, games consoles and television. Keynote talks, Q&As, breakout sessions and socialising will give you a better understanding of the modern cross-platform web.

Speakers include:

  • Microsoft, Martin Beeby (@thebeebs)
  • Google, Paul Kinlan (@Paul_Kinlan)
  • Mozilla, Christian Heilmann (@codepo8)

There will also be breakout sessions held by:

  • Pete Gasston (@stopsatgreen)
  • Jason Grant (@flexewebs)
  • Seb Lee-Delisle (@seb_ly)
  • Bruce Lawson (@brucel)

Thanks to our sponsors, we couldn’t do it without them:



The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news and information organisations, recognised for our authority, integrity and accuracy. FT Labs is an emerging web technologies group within the FT, responsible for producing our HTML5 web app at app.ft.com, as well as other innovative new ways of bringing FT content and services to readers whereever they are.



Squiz Squiz is a Supported Open Source Web Services company and our clients are our number one priority. Our team's focus is to create successful web solutions which enable our clients to excel online and meet their business objectives.



Founded in 2010, Potato is a rapidly-growing creator of complex web apps, working with companies like Google, BBH, Mother and PayPal from London, Bristol, Amsterdam and San Francisco.
Potato plays home to a multi-disciplined team of webdev experts, tackling projects that range from complex marketing initiatives like Google Engage and Getting Business Online, to massive-scale YouTube channels
We love working in the cloud, and as such develop almost solely using services like Google App Engine. As Potato continues to grow we’re also on the hunt for developers to join our team.





E-NOISE E-NOISE is a small company based in East London (UK) specialising in hosting & building WordPress and Joomla! Websites. We pride ourselves in providing friendly human support and making hosting your website simple. We also develop custom web applications, plugins and themes.

Creative JS Training

In this acclaimed series of sell-out workshops, Seb Lee-Delisle will show you how easy it can be to create visual effects with JavaScript and HTML5. These engaging classes look at image blending, physics, games, 3D, advanced mouse interactions, and pixel manipulation. New for 2012 - CreativeJS for non-coders, part of Seb's campaign to help designers discover the joy of code. More info and dates at seb.ly/training.


Annalect Group

Annalect creates and maintains enterprise marketing solutions for clients and agencies that deliver deep insights and accurate audience targeting to drive sales and improve ROI.  These solutions are made possible by the wave of innovation in digital, data and analytics.

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Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication
6 Penrose Way
SE10 0EW London
United Kingdom

Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (BST)


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London Web Standards

London Web Standards brings together web professionals who are working for a better web. Our monthly meetups provide them with an opportunity to teach, inspire, learn, network and debate.

Each meetup features a speaker drawn from our membership or the wider standards community. The talks cover a range of topics including HTML5, JavaScript, YQL, accessibility, web fonts, UX and front-end performance.

Come along, drink some beer (or your beverage of choice) and exchange ideas with other web developers, designers and professionals who are as passionate about the web as you are.

 

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