[Async]: International Show'n'Tell 2016

A Web Tech Meetup for Brighton & Hove

9 November 2016 from 7:15pm to 9:30pm

Come one, come all, to the renowned annual International Async Show’n’tell! This year’s ffconf will for the first time be over two days, so to prevent clashing with the afterparties, this year’s Show’n’Tell will be on Wednesday 9th November - not Thursday. This special Async is for Brightonians and pilgrims alike to show us what’s getting their juices flowing right now.

And, _if you’d like to grab a speaking slot_, you’ll have five minutes on the night to tell us about something… a project, a library, a technique, a story, or anything else about JavaScript, related tech (HTML, CSS, SVG, etc), or the wider world of web. We hope to bring together a blend of local projects with those from travellers to England for the conference.

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  • Prem Rose
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  • Amber Wilson
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  • Jakob Engelbrecht
  • Viktor Dorozsmai
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  • Iain Bean
  • RIch
  • Barry Rhodes
  • Joe Hart
  • Martin Flodin
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  • Yann Eves
  • Julian Weaver
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  • Rosa Emerald Fox

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