W3C Day in Spain 2012

The W3C Spanish Office is pleased to announce the W3C Day in Spain, which will be held on January 12, in Granada. This event is organized every year since 2006 in different cities around Spain, with the main objective of gathering together the Spanish W3C Members to discuss about hot topics related to Web technologies. The W3C Day will be opened by Dominique Hazael-Massieux, W3C Mobile Web Initiative Activity Lead, who will give a keynote on HTML5. After his presentation the protagonists are the W3C Member representatives who expose their successes, challenges, and issues using standards.
This year, the community is also invited to take part in the event actively. Spanish researchers, professionals, and individuals will present lightning talks on interesting subjects such as Linked Data, Accessibility, and Open Data. See the agenda with the invited speakers and more information on the website of the event.

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