Tomorrow I’ll be heading over to Amsterdam, where I’ll be doing a presentation called “Real-world Responsive Design”, my take on the new design paradigm coined by Ethan Marcotte. It will be my fourth time speaking at Fronteers, and I’m quite excited; the speaker lineup alone is enough to be excited about:
- Cameron Adams
- Jake Archibald
- Jina Bolton
- Andy Clarke (pre-conference workshop)
- Steve Faulkner
- Meagan Fisher
- Christian Heilmann
- Hans Hillen
- Paul Irish
- Jeremy Keith
- Håkon Wium Lie
- Brad Neuberg
- Robert Nyman
- Dan Rubin (pre-conference workshop)
- Stoyan Stefanov
- Nicholas Zakas
I’m thrilled to once again be included in such a top-notch lineup, and I look forward to meeting old friends and new friends in one of my favorite cities in the world!
If you’re going to the conference and you’re there Wednesday evening, why not join us for the Fronteers 2010 Jam Session? It’s in a bar (so presumably, there’s beer or refreshments) and the sessions are short at 15 minutes each. I’m especially interested to see what Anne van Kesteren will be talking about. I will be doing a short session on CSS3 Flexible Box Layout Module, so if you’ve been waiting for Part 2 of my tutorial, you’ll get the the sneak preview tomorrow night!
See you there!
3 thoughts on “Fronteers 2010 awaits”
Speaking for the fourth time? But it’s only the third conference.
Actually, there was a half-day conference the very first year, connected to the founding of Fronteers.
Oh yeah, those were the days! :o)
See you tomorrow!
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