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8 March 2015

jQuery UK Oxford 2015

My colleagues at Carmen Data and I traveled to Oxford for the annual 1-day tech conference which is aimed mainly at front-end developer. Yes there were fridges full of free Redbull scattered around but other than that, here are some of my highlights from the talks.   Alice Bartlett One of the highlights and certainly […]… Read more »
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28 February 2015

FITC Amsterdam 2015

Topping the list when sorted by coolness, FITC in Amsterdam had a slick and calm feel with a high calibre of speakers from a huge variation of backgrounds. The general mood was a welcome shift from the types of conferences I normally attend which tend to focus on the web and the tech that delivers […]… Read more »
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8 June 2013

Scotch On The Rocks 2013 in Edinburgh

My employer sent the dev team up to SOTR13, a 2 day web conference in Edinburgh. Talks ranged from the technical to the philosophical and comical with titles like "HTML5 Mobile App with Phone Gap", "Quit your boring 9-5er" and "Zombie Code: How to suvive an apocalypse". I learned a serious amount of very useful […]… Read more »
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1 June 2013

Bristol IT Megameet

The Frenchay campus of Bristol UWE was the location and the graffiti in the toilets did not disappoint. Elements of the Megameet did though but that's alright because the organisers are honest about it's fledgling nature and keen to improve. Many of the presenters were first or second-time speakers so there were some awkward audiences […]… Read more »
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3 October 2012

Adobe Create the Web conference in London

My developer colleagues and myself sitting in the audience at Adobe Create the Web confernce held at Vue Cinema, Leicester Square, London yesterday. The day was basically a keynotes talk by Adobe covering their new Adobe Edge suite of products with a couple of non-Adobe employed speakers thrown in for balance. Get details at html.adobe.com […]… Read more »
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