Meet the TAG: Q&A Panel and Web Developer Mixer

W3C Technical Architecture Group

7 January 2014 from 6pm to 9pm

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The W3C TAG (Technical Architecture Group in charge of coordinating cross-technology architecture and the principles of Web architecture at the World Wide Web Consortium) is having a face to face meeting in January in London. As part of our time here we'll be holding a Q&A panel session (followed by drinks) where we can let you know what we're up to and get feedback from the Web developer community.

9 speakers

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  • Arran Ross-Paterson
  • Bruce Lawson
  • Mark Wubben
  • gaye (dadabit) soykok
  • hamish campbell
  • Paulo Rodrigues Martins
  • Chenyumiao
  • Barry Norton
  • Matt Lucht
  • Jeremy Keith
  • Dave Rogers
  • James Weiner
  • Michael R. Lorek
  • Max Froumentin
  • Simon Willison
  • Andrew Betts
  • Brexodus
  • Sam Machin
  • smbale
  • Laurian Gridinoc
  • Hidde
  • Andy Hume
  • Dave Letorey
  • Gen A
  • Steve Workman
  • Calum Ryan
  • Jo Rabin
  • Romain Huet
  • virginie galindo
  • Richard Melville
  • Maxim Kazantsev
  • Elena Croitoru
  • Corinne Welsh
  • Dom Hazael-Massieux
  • Fabio Bertone
  • Mark Jones
  • Kerensa Creswell-Bryant
  • Umar Javed MBCS | ITIL | CMMI-SVC
  • Tomasz Jureczko
  • Matijs Brinkhuis

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  • Ginestra Ferraro
  • Kevin Marks
  • wendee fiorillo
  • Paul L Ferguson
  • Andy Buckingham
  • Jon Arne S.
  • Mark Ford
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  • Kristina Irlam
  • Andrew Hayward

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