The Computer Science Undergraduate Association of University of Berkeley will host a seminar and panel discussion to students and staff from Opera Software, the company behind the innovative browsers for Opera Mini, Mobile, Desktop and other devices. Opera Softwareâs seminar will explore open Web standards, Web technologies and mobile Web browsing.
Meet the developers and managers behind the innovative Opera Desktop and Opera Mini Web browsers. The seminar will be presented by Philip Gronvold, US Manager of Business Development at Opera Software, and Anne van Kesteren, standards expert.
Opera Software's seminar is an excellent opportunity to enhance your learning about the Web, gain new perspectives on technology trends, and network with people leading the IT industry. The seminar will be followed by an informal reception with free gifts and an opportunity to mingle with the speakers from Opera Software.
To register for this seminar please send an email to [email protected] with "Berkeley" in the subject line.
Philip Gronvold has been working as the US Manager of Business Development for Opera Software since 2006. Philip graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Management Informational Systems (MIS), and concentration in e-commerce. He also has a minor in Applied Statistical Mathematics. Philip is a knowledgeable speaker on numerous topics including Opera as a company, its products and technology, the Mobile Web, Widgets and some W3C topics such as HTML, POWDER, and CSS.
Anne van Kesteren
Anne van Kesteren works for Opera Software in evolving the Web. As part of this activity, he's a member of a number of W3C Working Groups (WGs), including the WebApps and HTML WGs. He's also a member of the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG), the group that founded HTML5 in 2004, since its inception.
Official Website: http://www.opera.com/education/tours/
Added by Opera Software on October 15, 2008