Late 2007 Web conference and event roundup
I’m sure many who read my post about cmf2007 last week thought “Yeah that sounds nice, but Denmark is too far away for me” or “I’d like to go to a Web conference, but I want something with a different focus”.
Well, there are a number of other Web related conferences and events coming up in the next few months, in different parts of the world, with different speakers and programs. Maybe one of them is closer to you or more in line with what you’re looking for.
The ones I’m aware of are these:
- dConstruct: Brighton, UK, September 7
- Internet Summit Austria: Vienna, Austria, September 12
- Webbdagarna: Malmö, Sweden, September 12
- Webmaster Jam Session: Dallas, USA, September 21-22
- Web Directions South: Sydney, Australia, September 25-29
- Webbdagarna: Göteborg, Sweden, September 26
- Mobile Web Americas: Orlando, USA, October 2-4
- An Event Apart: San Fransisco, USA, October 4-5
- <A-Tag>07: Barrierefreie Medien: Vienna, Austria, October 19
- Voices That Matter: Web Design: San Fransisco, USA, October 22-25
- The Ajax Experience: Boston, USA, October 24-26
- Webbdagarna: Stockholm, Sweden, October 24-25
- User Interface 12 Conference: Cambridge, USA, November 5-8
- Web 2.0 Expo: Berlin, Germany, November 5-8
- cmf2007: Aarhus, Denmark, November 6-8
- Future of Web Design: New York, USA, November 7-8
- Future of Mobile: London, UK, November 14
- Workshops For Web People: Leicester, UK, November 15
- @media Ajax: London, UK, November 19-20
There are probably several other conferences, workshops and other events taking place that I don’t know about. If you know of something that should be on this list, post a comment with a link to the event and I’ll add it (provided it is somehow related to Web design or development).
Update: Laura submitted a link to Events and Conferences, a very comprehensive list of conferences and events. After seeing that I don’t think it’s worth the effort to keep adding events to my list ;-).
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