This year at Web Directions we are proud to be hosting the W3C’s Special Interest Group day, in conjunction with the W3C’s Australian Office at CSIRO. It’s a whole day seminar covering the latest developments from the World Wide Web Consortium.
This full day features presentations from
- Bert Bos, co-inventor of CSS
- Chris Wilson, chair of the HTML W3C Working Group
- Sofia Celic, Vision Australia, on W3C accessibility guidelines
- Renato Iannella, from National ICT Australia, on Policy-Aware Web
- Anne Cregan, from National ICT Australia, on Dealing with Uncertainty in the - Semantic Web
- Marcos Caceres, from QUT, on Web Applications Formats (Widgets, XBL2)
and a number of other domain experts on W3C standards, covering a range of topics such as
- The future of HTML
- “Web 3.0″ and the semantic Web
- W3C Accessibility Guidelines
- Web apps
This day will be a great opportunity to hear high level technical presentations, and hear where the web is going, as well as engage with those people at the heart of the organisation which is “leading the web to its full potential”.
Official Website: http://www.webdirections.org/program/workshops/#w3csig
Added by MaxineSherrin on July 8, 2007