Early in 2011 we ran a first meet.js event in Poznań, Poland. Now it's about four different cities here. It's the highest time to summarize what we talked about this year. Meet.js Summit is a completely free and the hottest conference this winter! Join us to share the Open Web awesomeness. It's open, it's for everyone! Tickets not available now!
Centrum Wykładowe PP, Piotrowo 2, Poznań, PolandStart: 10:00 map
How not to reinvent the wheel (Game dev)
Ruby programmer since 2008. Despite the fact that he loves to spread Ruby around, he is recently interested in all that buzz with node.js. He coorganize Warsaw Ruby Users Group.
Write once - use twice (Back & Front)
He created his first web page at the age of 13. Since then, he's been an Open Web zealot. Now, he is entering the territory of mobile apps development.
Why cross-platform mobile apps shouldn't look alike
Senior developer at Cloud9 IDE. He's building the IDE's language AI - code completion, static analysis and refactoring. He has a background in programming language design and implementation.
Hello, Dart! — a brief introduction to Dart
Patrick works as Web Evangelist in the Developer Relations team at Opera Software ASA.He is also the product manager for Opera Dragonfly, Opera's built-in debugging and development tool.
HTML5 multimedia - browser-native video, audio and canvas
Save your data (IndexedDB)
Maciej is an engineer at nodejitsu, where he does node.js at the ninja level. He loves contributing to open source projects and making awesome things happen.
CSS4 - the future of CSS
Team building and development practices
Marek is a member of Aviary.pl team and Senior web developer at Interia.pl, one of the biggest Polish Internet portals. Also a firm believer in open standards.
The Web is Open. Let's keep it that way.
Krzysztof started working with the web in 2000 and quickly fell in love with this multidisciplinary medium. Since then it’s been allowing him to design, write, code and even get paid for that.
Practical guide to unit testing
Hello, my name is Kamil and I too am addicted to Open Web dev. After years of building large scale web apps for both startups and international enterprises I found my true love: games development.
Game design patterns
Karolina has been working as a graphic designer and front-end developer since 2005. Loves usability, UX and typography. In her free time - a dancer and a game geek.
Make you web apps 'Go, Go' like Power rangers
Bartek started his career as a Java developer, but quickly moved to the front-end side and never looked back. Programming for the Web is his job, passion and only addiction.
CSS 3D Transforms
Freelancer, full-stack developer, passionate about modern, open web standards. Loves code puzzlers, geeky quotes and game of chess.
Backbone.js in practice (bring your laptop)
Do not forget to bring your ticket! Only registered attendees are allowed to enter the venue!
The Web is Open. Let's keep it that way.Marek Stępień
CSS4 - the future of CSSAndrzej Mazur
Save your data (Local storage)Paweł Maciejewski
How not to reinvent the wheel (Game dev)Michał Budzyński
Practical guide to unit testingKrzysztof Szafranek
Make you web apps 'Go, Go' like Power rangersKarolina Szczur
Game design patternsKamil Trebunia
Why cross-platform mobile apps shouldn't look alikeTobiasz Glazar
Team building and development practicesLukas Nowacki
Flatiron projectMaciej Małecki
Hello, Dart! — a brief introduction to DartRafał Kukawski
Write once - use twice (Back & Front)Aleksander Dąbrowski
Backbone.js in practice (bring your laptop)Lech Wilczyński
CSS 3D TransformsBartosz Szopka
HTML5 multimedia - browser-native video, audio and canvasPatrick H. Lauke
Want to support people who share front-end passion? Let's talk! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since our venue capacity is limited, we have about 300 free seats. Be quick!
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