Last Saturday was the Open Web Camp at Stanford University in Palo Alto. Around 300 developers, designers and project managers signed up to hear up-to-date information about web technologies, accessibility and design. The event was free and, although it started very early for Silicon Valley standards, very well attended.
Mozilla’s contribution (other than being a sponsor) was a keynote on the merits of HTML5 for web development and a call to arms or developers to ask for the implementation of a few missing parts.
The slides are available on Slideshare and here:
The audio of the talk is available at archive.org:
There is much more great content that was released at the conference – simply look for the owc3 hashtag on Twitter or the same tag on the web.
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