We’re back for another year to talk about browsers and the web. Come and learn about the latest in browser developments and the web industry.
Students, we have reduced price tickets (£10), send us an email from your college/university email account and we'll send you a discount code.
This year's theme
The industry is growing up and so is the web. We’d like you to come and talk about your technical discoveries, or new ways to fine-tune your craft.
But also explore what are our responsibilities as web professionals? What should we be doing about diversity and inclusiveness? Looking back, how far have we come and where are we heading?
This year's speakers
- Ada Edwards (@lady_ada_king) will talk about Animation Performance on the Web.
- Laura Elizabeth (@laurium) - "From Pages to Patterns: How Pattern Libraries are Changing the Face of the Web"
- Chris Heilmann (@codepo8) - "Mind the gap"
- Martin Jakl (@JaklMartin) - "Another billion - browsers and Internet of Things"
- Bruce Lawson (@brucel) - "Ensuring a Performant Web for the Next Billion People"
- Seb Lee-Delisle (@seb_ly) will be blowing us all away as usual, with a secret talk
- Adam Onishi (@onishiweb) will be asking if we're seeing a return of the browser wars and, if so, can we still create performant, accessible websites, while using the latest features the web has to offer?
- Melinda Seckington (@mseckington) will talk about how and why FutureLearn run internal Hackdays
- Edd Sowden (@edds) - "Accessibility and how to get the most from your screenreader"
- Phil Nash (@philnash) - "The Web is getting pushy"