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Geek Meet 2 in Gothenburg

Three years ago, NetRelations arranged the first Geek Meet in Gothenburg, inspired by the Stockholm Geek Meet arranged by Robert Nyman. It was a success and now we return with another one! This time it will be held at our shiny new office at Norra Hamngatan 32 (Nordstan) on March 24.

As I briefly mentioned in the post Embracing HTML5 and CSS3, a lot has happened over these three years. Web standards are still very important but they are more becoming part of everyday life than a rough fight at the barricades. This is a great step forward and developers can use the leverage to create even more fantastic sites.

Among the speakers are Daniel from Aino and our resident frontend wizard Anton from NetRelations. Join us and discuss the exciting future of the web.

Beer! Pizza! Nerds! This will be great! Sign up now! Be there or be 404.

Update: It was a great evening! Thanks all for coming!

2 comments

  • avatar
    17 Mar, 2010

    Bara tittar in och säger hej!

  • avatar
    18 Mar, 2010

    Välkommen! Känn dig som hemma. :)

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