Web Standards Group Meetup

I’ve just signed up to go to the first ever London based Web Standards Group meetup, on the evening of 14th July.

Taking place at Northampton Square Campus (a mere fifteen minutes walk from where I work), Chis Heilmann and Andy Budd will be talking about Maintainable JavaScript and the History and Evolution of Web Standards. There’s also going to be a handy dandy book giveaway at the end, which is nice.

Tickets cost £4.50 in advance. There are only 200 available, and it looks like I bought the first one.

Here’s to Stuart Colville for organising this, and I hope it’s a success for him and everyone involved.

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  1. by trovster on June 8, 2006 09:07 AM

    Damn, this conflicts with the @media opening party. Dammit.

  2. by Stuart Colville on June 8, 2006 10:45 AM

    @Trovster: No this is in July, a month after @media :-)

  3. by trovster on June 8, 2006 11:32 AM

    Well that’s just super then… time to sign up!

  4. by Neil Crosby [TypeKey Profile Page] on June 8, 2006 12:43 PM

    trovster: I thought exactly the same thing at first, and actually wrote a couple of sentences in the entry about it until I realised my mistake. I’m really glad it wasn’t just me who had a brain melt at first!

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