Monday, 26 October 2015,
Sapporo Convention Centre - Conference Hall, Sapporo, Japan
W3C is pleased to launch the first ever W3C Developer meetup in
Sapporo, in the beautiful island of Hokkaido! toto
We invite the public and W3C members to gather for an evening of discussions, networking, and free food and drinks with the W3C community. Web designers and application developers in particular are encouraged to participate.
Registration is now closed! Participation in the meetup is open to anyone at no cost, but space is limited to approximately 500 people.
Registration is open until Sunday, 25 October 2015; we will close
registration sooner if we reach capacity or re-open registration if
we have more availability.
18:00 - 19:00 Industry Demos
19:00 - 20:30 Meetup
20:30 - 21:45 Social Time
The W3C Developer meetup will be held in
the Conference Hall (1F) of the Sapporo
Convention Centre, a multi-conference facility, 10 minutes from
the city centre by subway (3 stops). The meetup venue is
fully accessible. Wifi access will be available.
Visitors travellng with subway from Sapporo Station or from
the Odori area
About 23 minutes from Sapporo Subway Station, about 21 minutes from Odori Subway Station
From Sapporo Subway Station, take the Nanboku Line to Odori Station. Change to the subway Tozai Line, and get off at Higashi-Sapporo Station. Exit from Exit 1, and head to your right. Turn right at the second traffic light (look for the Hokkaido Energetic car park), and head straight along the road. You will find the Convention Centre in front of you within an 8-min. walk.
Visitors traveling via subway from the Shin-Sapporo area
About 21 minutes from Shin-Sapporo
From Shin-Sapporo Subway Station, take the Tozai Line, and get off at Higashi-Sapporo Station. Exit from Exit 2, and head to your left. Cross the street at the second traffic light (look for the large Nippon Express billboard), and head straight along the road. You will find the Convention Centre in front of you within an 8-min. walk.
Sunday 25 October: Japanese
Industry Meetup with the CSSWG