Looking forward to connecting with our W3C offices on 7 Sept after a great summer!
Ana Paula Conte, joined W3C Brazil Office this month. She graduated in Data Processing and post graduated in Business Administration. She has been working at NIC.br for six years, has worked for four years with domain’s registration and 2 years … Continue reading
On 10 September, 2014 the German/Austrian Office of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) will celebrate its annual W3C Day in Berlin. This year the event will focus on the extension of W3C’s standardisation activities with regard to several economic … Continue reading
The original post is in Portuguese, available on http://www.w3c.br/Noticias/Enda. To widen the debate on open governmental data and attract new audiences, the W3C Brazil organized, in partnership with the Ministry of Planning (MP), the II Brazilian National Conference on Open … Continue reading
W3C Launches Data on the Web Best Practices Working Group Caroline Burle and Yasodara Cordova, Staff from the W3C Brazil Office, hosted by CGI.Br/NIC.Br, to serve as Co-Chairs of this Working Group. The mission of the Data on the Web … Continue reading
W3C Brazil has a new office member! We are excited to present her. Vanessa Tonini is Web developer, focused on front-end development and Web standards since 2007. She is graduated as Technologist in Internet Systems, and she is finishing a … Continue reading
For the fourth time W3C Germany and Austria Office (W3C.DE/AT) invites Web developers, programmers, students, teachers and everybody interested in the evolution of the Web to its HTML5 day. After a series of 3 successful events in Berlin, Bonn and … Continue reading
A new W3C France Web site: http://www.w3c.fr/ The perfect source of information for the french community.
W3C Brazil has two new office members! We are excited to present the new women on staff. Yasodara Córdova, known as Yaso, is a strategic designer, who joined W3C Brazil Office in May. She is in envolved mostly with LabWeb, … Continue reading
The W3C Offices got together for the annual Face-to-Face meeting after the recent Advisory Committee Meeting in Sophia Antipolis, France. Represented at that event were Australia, Benelux, Brazil, China, Finland, France, Germany/Austria, Hungary, Italy, Korea, Russia, Spain, Sweden and UK … Continue reading