Canvas

A single day developer conference focused on building the next generation of the web. Learn about new front-end technologies and techniques you can use to build awesome websites.

7 September 2012 from 9am to 6pm

Canvas is a single day developer conference focused on building the next generation of the web. Learn about new front-end technologies and techniques you can use to build awesome websites.

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The Studio

England England / Birmingham

7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP

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  • canvasconf
  • Tom Martin
  • KirstyBurgoine
  • Dave Evans
  • Kimb Jones
  • Andy Davies
  • Rich Caudle
  • john383
  • Elliott Stocks
  • James Whittaker
  • Daniel Furze
  • Steve Painter
  • Steve Heyes
  • Harry Roberts
  • Tim Purslow
  • Ian Forrester
  • RobotEdward
  • Chris Mills
  • Peter Gasston
  • Mike Hearfield
  • Daniel Thompson
  • Tadas Tamošauskas
  • Big Table
  • Chris Withers
  • Jon Cairns
  • Jay Smith
  • Stormy Lovell
  • Chris Stott
  • iwazat
  • 383project
  • Gareth Davies
  • Omar Qureshi
  • Meirion Williams
  • Luke Collymore
  • Bob Wright

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  • Anna Powell-Smith
  • Nick Harewood
  • Dan W
  • Phil Leggetter
  • John Wards
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