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Upcoming Open Web Speaking Gigs

It's Autumn and the conference season is in full swing! As the Opera Developer Relations team has quite a number of Open Web talks planned for the next couple of months, we thought we'd give you an overview of what's coming up. Maybe we'll see you at one of these events!

DateCityEventTalkSpeaker
9/25Prague, Czech RepublicWebExpoDesigning for the Mobile WebZi Bin
9/28Mumbai, IndiaInterop Mumbai 2010The Societal Value of Mobile Networks: A Global OverviewShwetank
9/29Manchester, UKStandards NextHTML5 workshopBruce
9/30Lancashire, UKUCLANUniversity talk: mobile web developmentChris
10/4London, UKFuture of Web Apps LondonHTML5 for Web DevelopersMolly
10/9Samara, Russia404 festВеб в кривых. Второе рождение SVGVadim
10/9Bangalore, IndiaDoctypeHTML5All about CSS3Shwetank
10/12Mainz, GermanyWebTechDie schöne neue Welt von HTML5Patrick
10/12Mainz, GermanyWebTechWebseiten fuer mobile geraete optimierenPatrick
10/12London, UKeAccessibility ForumAdvising UK government on accessibility and web education legislationChris
10/14Sydney, AustraliaWeb Directions SouthWidgets – Why Should I Care?Daniel
10/14Timisoara, RomaniaIADIS WWW ConferenceKeynote: The Emerging Open WebMolly
10/16Oslo, NorwayHTML5 Code CampHTML5 semantics, HTML5: Who, what, when, whyBruce
10/16Boston, MA, USAjQuery ConferenceIs these a bug?, or how to contribute to the jQuery project through better bug reporting.Mike
10/18London, UKLondon web standardsA Web sized education problem?Chris
10/20Dubai, UAEGitexMobile apps and content - highlighting new trendsShwetank
10/21Brooklyn, NY, USABrooklyn BetaHTML5 KickstartPatrick
10/26Brisbane, AustraliaBrisbane geek eventMobile web development: pleasure or pain?Chris
10/28Stafford, UKStafford UniversityIntroduction to HTML5 and CSS 3Bruce
11/2Oak Ridge, TN, USAInterlab 2010Keynote: The Emerging Open WebMolly
11/3Oslo, NorwayOslo University: Popular Science LecturesBrowser and Web TechnologyZi Bin
11/6Osaka, JapanKansai Open Source 2010Open Web Standards: A Progress ReportDaniel
11/8Bandung, IndonesiaOPERA Workshop – The Emerging Open WebBrowsers, Open Web Standards & The Mobile WebZi Bin
11/9Milano, ItalyWebTechBrave new world of HTML5Patrick
11/8Bandung, IndonesiaSeminar Teknologi InformasiIntroduction to HTML5 & CSS3Zi Bin
11/10Bangalore, IndiaMobile Developer SummitMobile Web Development: Technologies, Techniques and ToolsShwetank
11/11Jakarta, IndonesiaUniversitas Budi LuhurBrowsers & Open Web StandardsZi Bin
11/12Jakarta, IndonesiaUniversitas Katolik Indonesia Atma JayaBrowsers & Open Web StandardsZi Bin
11/14Tokyo, JapanWeb Directions EastHTML5: semantics and structureBruce
11/15Nottingham, UKCETISMaking your sites mobile-friendlyPatrick
11/15Tokyo, JapanWeb Directions EastBe an Iron Chef of HTML5Bruce
11/17New York City, NY, USAFuture of Web DesignHTML5 and CSS3 workshopMolly
11/17Manchester, UKThoughtworksMaking your sites mobile-friendlyPatrick
11/19Oxford, UKOxford Brookes UniversityHTML5Patrick
11/19Oxford, UKOxford Brookes UniversityCSS3Chris
11/23Sydney, AustraliaWIPA Aus TourHTML5, ARIA, AccessibilityBruce
11/24Canberra, AustraliaWIPA Aus TourHTML5, ARIA, AccessibilityBruce
11/24Manchester, UKStandards NextHTML5 workshop repeatChris
11/25Melbourne, AustraliaWIPA Aus TourHTML5, ARIA, AccessibilityBruce
11/29Perth, AustraliaWIPA Aus TourHTML5, ARIA, AccessibilityBruce
12/1Brisbane, AustraliaWIPA Aus TourHTML5, ARIA, AccessibilityBruce
12/1Fort Lauderdale, FL, USAThe Rich Web ExperienceDemystifying HTML5Molly
12/2London, UKThoughtworksMaking your sites mobile-friendlyPatrick

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