Veröffentlicht am 22 August 2012
HTML5 is changing the industrial world; from automotive to publication, communication and entertainment. Start-up web companies, inventive, light on their feet and quick to explore the potentials of new technology, are the future key players in this world of innovative ideas and flexibility. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as well as the worldwide HTML5 community hugely benefits from these start-ups and their developers.
This year the W3C German-Austrian office provides the W3C Day in the context of HTML5. Michael (Mike) Smith as responsible W3C team member for HTML5 will be in Berlin as speaker and contact person. You’ll hear about the latest developments in HTML5, related technologies and all about the current thinking behind HTML. W3C wants to create a platform for the key players in the web-industry to showcase their current HTML5 developments, share ideas and discuss requirements . We are keen on hearing your opinions about what to do and what not to do now and in the years to come.
Location: Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Juristische Fakultät, Hörsaal 213 und Seminarraum 144, Unter den Linden 9, D-10117 Berlin
Program (Tuesday 11.9.)
Mike Smith, W3C
Steve Faulkner, TPG Europe
HTML5 to business
Bernard Gidon, W3C Business Development Europe, Middle- East and Africa (EMEA)
Léonie Watson, Nomensa
Sven Schmeier, yocoy
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
A focussed BarCamp bounded by HTML5!
From 6:15 pm
Xinnovations annual reception
More information: http://www.xinnovations.de/w3c-events.html