Future of Web Apps

I’m planning to attend this year’s Future of Web Apps conference in London. Their list of speakers sounds fantastic, and I’m really looking forward to meeting some folks in real life.

I’m particularly interested in this conference for its stated focus on the web community. Just have a look at the Agenda:

  • How to grow and nurture your community
  • Work/life balance or Blood, sweat and tears: Which is the startup way?
  • Colliding Worlds: Using Jabber to make awesome web sites
  • Startups live – An interview with three new European startups
  • How to survive outside of Silicon Valley
Sounds good, doesn’t it?
There are also “Networking Opportunities” there. These sound brilliant despite the rather corporatese description.
They’ve apparently got seats left, and if you book before 4th August, you save £100.
If you’re going, let me know—we can meet up. I can tell you a bit about myself and Talis.

One thought

  1. Hi Zach, we swapped comments a few weeks back about Swirrl, our wiki for data with semantic cherries on top. We’re going to be exhibiting at FOWA, so do come by the stand and we’ll tell you all about it. It would be a pleasure to meet you and to hear more about Talis.

    I agree – the speaker line-up looks really interesting, and you never know I might be able to sneak away from our stand for some of the talks.

    Bill

    PS You asked before about a beta invite – we decided in the end to keep our beta test reasonably limited and will launch a public version 1 later this month.

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