Note earlier start time: keynotes begin at 8pm.
The geek nights are a way for local web developers, designers, programmers, neophiles or geeks of any other stripe to get together, chat, drink and listen to talks on new technologies and innovations.
== Keynotes ==
Our confirmed keynotes are:
* CSS systems: advice for writing maintainable CSS, by Natalie Downe, front-end developer at Clearleft and creator of Oxford Geek Nights
* Graphic Design: The Forgotten Web Standard, by Mike Kus, senior designer at Carsonified
== Microslots ==
These are five-minute "lightning" talks that anyone can volunteer for. They're easy to do: pick something that excites you, or a project you've worked on that you think might be of interest; then talk to a friendly audience for just five minutes with a handful of slides.
Here are the confirmed microslots for OGN11:
* Open Source University Meetup, by Peter Wong
* Mashing up Fruit Flies: Genomic Science in the Web, by Alistair Miles
* Server Scripting: The Evils of eval, by Matthew Thorne
* Developing Bookwhen (tbc), by Jo Potts
* GIS us a Django, by Andrew Godwin
Want to do microslot at OGN12? Submit your idea at the link below!
(OGN11 is a FREE event, sponsored by Torchbox and Moo.)
Official Website: http://oxford.geeknights.net/2009/mar-25th/
Added by jp.stacey on January 13, 2009