Articles tagged with 'xtech'
Back from my travels, it's time for a few updates. I've mostly blogged about these elsewhere, so I'll just give some pointers here.
My next two jaunts; Dublin for XTech and San Francisco for Where 2.0
The full schedule is now available for XTech 2008, and registration has opened
The XTech deadline has been extended until the end of Monday, January 28.
You've only got until the end of this week to submit your proposal for XTech 2008.
This year, XTech's all about the web on the move. Submit your proposals now!
The Prince processor shows that CSS is good enough for print formatting as well as the web.
Simple visualisation to help conference organizers.
News of the XTech browser summit and personal scheduler.
A brief survey of XTech voting patterns as illustrated by sparklines.
Two useful new additions to the Expectnation conference system: decentralized identity support and easy ways to integrate the schedule with your calendar
The building of the XTech 2007 schedule.
XTech's cogitating, ETech's open for business and OSCON is open for proposals.
Douglas Adams may have loved the sound of them as they whooshed by, but a conference organizer can't live without them.
Don't forget to get your submission in for XTech 2007 -- the call for participation closes at the end of this week!
I've just published the call for participation for XTech 2007. Hurry there now and get involved!
A look back at some of the best received presentations from XTech 2006.
XTech's over, but you can relive it on the web!
Tired but happy at the XTech 2006 conference.
Just one week now until XTech, the pinnacle of the year's planning for me.
I've been on blogging hiatus for a long time, but here's some updates as to what I've been doing. XTech, MacBook, Debian, Rails.
Alex Russell's keynoting, Simon Willison's chairing. The talent is too much!
I've finished the design and implementation of the new XTech web site, and we've published the full conference schedule on it.
I've just finished the initial selection of talks for XTech, we'll be publishing the full schedule in about a week's time.
Pointers to some tech conferences I'll be attending in the near future.
With gross apologies for the punning title, I have a brief look at the rise and rise of DITA as seen through proposals to the XTech Applications track.
A review of the predominant topics submitted to the Core Technologies track for XTech 2006.
Amsterdam. May. XTech. Proposals. Due. Today.
Why e-business and web services have a low profile in the XTech Call for Participation.
News on XTech keynotes and other things
Some ideas for XTech 2006 proposals I'd like to see.
Paul Graham's essay on Web 2.0 explains why I chose the tagline "Building Web 2.0" for XTech 2006.
An exciting week for web technology with Opera Mobile Platform, Google Base and W3C's Rich Client Activity.
The call for participation is now out for XTech 2006. Get involved!
Announcing the date for next year's XTech conference.
Thanks to everyone who helped make XTech such an excellent conference.
An aggregation of online coverage of XTech 2005.
Just a few things before we leave for Amsterdam.
I'm rather excited about XTech. Here's a few more reasons why.