About 300 professionals gathered yesterday in Zurich to listen, discuss, but most of all to enjoy the first day of the Frontend Conference 2013. Organized by the enthusiasts of the Frontend Conference Association Zurich, the two-day event has become a red letter day. Everyone interested in frontend technologies and UX can share the cutting edge ideas, tricks and technics to make the online world better.
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Yesterday we finally got around to celebrate the opening of our new office in an appropriate fashion.
Kiev called before 6 am and Boris and me followed with an adventurous 12 km run through the heart of the Ukraine's 3m-capital, surf, turf and some impressive memorials included.
With a further year's experience under his belt he will follow up on last year's "Responsive Web Design: Implementierung Dos & Don'ts" presentation. Having successfully released several responsive sites in the last twelve months, he will be able to provide valuable information on what to expect when launching a device agnostic site.
Last night, again, Web Monday Zurich stopped at the HUB. The 120 seats were gone within minutes - making it the fastest sold-out Web Monday Zurich of all siblings.
Yesterday saw the first Web Monday of the year, hosted by Elance. It took place at The HUB with about 120 attendees joining for another familiar get-together with lots of networking and learning opportunities.
Yesterday was time for another Web Monday. This installment was hosted by Tamedia and featured talks by the hosts, Silp and wemakeit.ch.
Drupal Camps and Cons are just awesome. There are so many things to do: attend sessions, listen to keynotes, meet new people while having fun.
Charles Eugster: Combatting Ageing Problems
Davide Scaramuzza: Flying robots