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All posts by J. Alan Bird

W3C will be at CES – will you?

As we reach the end of 2015 the W3C team is putting our plans in place for CES 2016 which is the week of 04 Jan 2016 in Las Vegas. We will be there with a Hospitality Suite in the Westgate Hotel and would love to meet with you to discuss how working with our […]
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Looking for Certified HTML5 Developers? The search is over!

In response to requests from both our Members and the general Web Community, W3C has been offering training on Web standards for a number of years. The initial offerings were on W3DevCampus which continues to offer unique instructor-led courses in a number of topics. One of the challenges we’ve faced is that we can’t scale […]
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W3C, Mobile World Congress 2015 and you

The past year has seen been one of significant milestones in W3C with the highlight being that HTML5 became a Recommendation in late October of 2014. We have seen the Open Web Platform continuing to have an impact on a diverse set of Industries. Within W3C this is manifest by the continued growth of our […]
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HTML5 Tour hits India!

W3C has embarked on an HTML5 Tour in India and it is a huge success. The W3C India team, under the leadership of Swaran Lata, has put together a five city tour that launched 17 Sept 2013 in New Delhi, India. In putting the tour together, the Office worked with Mike Smith, HTML Activity Lead, […]
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