Meet the TAG: Q&A Panel & Web Developer Meet-Up

W3C TAG Q&A Panel & Web Developer Meet-Up

15 July 2015 from 6:30pm to 10pm

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The W3C TAG (Technical Architecture Group) is in charge of coordinating cross-technology architecture and the principles of web architecture at the World Wide Web Consortium - in other words, it’s kind of a technical steering group for web standards. We’re having a face to face meeting in July in Berlin (hosted by Yandex).

As part of our time here we'll be holding a Q&A panel session (followed by drinks & snacks) on the evening of July 15th where we can let you know what we're up to and get feedback from the web developer community about your priorities. Please RSVP on ti.to, so we can plan our catering.

Come along find out what we're working on, get a heads-up of new Web standards and technologies in development and air your web tech pet peeves. Key topics on the agenda will be the rise (and rise) of https and web security in general, API design, privacy and browser fingerprinting, and the ongoing “extensible web” work.

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  • Giorgos Giannoutsos
  • emzweb
  • Amin Al Hazwani
  • peter seliger
  • llabball
  • rädio Spiel
  • hagenburger
  • Dennis Dechau
  • Lars Reith
  • Adrian Heine
  • Christoph Witzko
  • Lucie
  • Florian Ebeling
  • Egga Hartung
  • Kriesse
  • Moritz Kröger
  • [der Caspers]
  • Michael Scharnagl
  • Stephan Bönnemann
  • michele with one L
  • Tanya (Parshyna) Pustovit
  • Aditya Bhatt
  • Boris Anthony
  • Jan
  • Daniel Appelquist
  • Tim Berners-Lee
  • Hadley Beeman
  • Alex Russell
  • Peter Linss
  • Yves Lafon
  • Mark Nottingham
  • Travis Leithead
  • Yan Zhu
  • L. David Baron
  • Jan Lehnardt

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