State of the Browser 2012

28 April 2012 from 9am to 5pm

2012 is an exciting time for the web. Representatives from Opera, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft will be on hand to show us how their browser technologies are being used to bring the web to tablets, smartphones, games consoles and television. Keynote talks, Q&As, breakout sessions and socialising will give you a better understanding of the modern cross-platform web.

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  • Matt West
  • David Powers
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  • Christian Heilmann
  • Martin Beeby
  • Edd Hannay
  • London Web Standards
  • Bruce Lawson
  • Simon Bostock
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  • Laura Hampson
  • David Watson
  • Dave Letorey
  • Susan Poupard
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  • James Mockett
  • ☯Evil Jim O'Donnell
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  • Davide Molin
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