Extensible Web Summit - Berlin

Web Developers, Web Platforms, Web Standards

11 September 2014 from 9am to 6pm

This event will bring together web developers, web platform developers and web standards people from different communities and backgrounds for a day to focus on emerging web technologies, architecture and standards. It will primarily be run unconference-style, with some lightning talks at the beginning to set the scene, so come prepared to participate.

Who should attend?

Web platform developers, framework developers and web developers with an interest in helping to drive the future of the web platform. If you're interested ideas in the Extensible Web Manifesto and you'd like to learn more and influence the direction of this thinking or if you're interested in the future of the web, please come along. Other topics likely to be discussed will be RTC, device APIs, security, permissions, manifests & packaging, offline use, promises & streams, push notifications and touch UI.

What's the background?

There has never been a time of greater innovation and energy in the development of web technologies and standards. HTML5 is becoming increasingly mature. JavaScript's importance is on the rise. Video, 2d and 3d graphics and p2p communication are also becoming parts of the web. The web also is under existential threat from native mobile app platforms.

In April of this year, a group got together in San Francisco for an event dubbed the Extensible Web Summit. This was set up by members of the W3C Technical Architecture Group and run as an unconference, self-organized by the participants.

We are repeating this event along side of the JSFEST.BERLIN week. Hosting for this event is generously provided by Beuth University, thanks to the support of the W3C German office, and lunch sponsorship will be provided by Google.

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  • Karin Christen
  • Gerrit Imsieke
  • Paul Verbeek
  • Martin Frank
  • Jirka Kosek
  • Sebastian Kippe
  • Joe Corcoran
  • Andre Jay Meissner
  • ☮ elf Pavlik ☮
  • Axel Rauschmayer
  • Mark Nottingham
  • Fabian Fabian
  • Klaus Fl
  • Herbert Braun
  • HTML5test
  • Sven Wolfermann | maddesigns
  • Alan Stearns
  • Mathias Bynens
  • Jan Lehnardt
  • Sébastien Cevey
  • Ade Bateman
  • Dmytrii Shchadei
  • Peter Linss
  • jordan santell
  • Frederico Caldeira Knabben
  • Patrick Hamann
  • iwashi
  • bruce lawson
  • Piotrek Koszuliński
  • Kensaku Komatsu
  • Silvan Hagen
  • Michael
  • Jacek Wasowski
  • Mike West
  • Johannes Wilm
  • Daniel Appelquist
  • Domenic Denicola
  • Robin Berjon

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