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W3C Developer meetup in Vancouver, Canada, 13 September

Stylized skyline of Vancouver, Canada, at night to announce the W3C Developer meetup to happen on 13 September 2022 from 6pm to 8:45 pm Pacific Time.W3C invites the vibrant Vancouver-based tech community to its Developer meetup, on Tuesday 13 September 2022 (6:00 -8:45pm PT). This event is free of charge but registration is mandatory and operates under COVID-19 health rules.

We are very much looking forward to connecting with local developers, designers, product and project managers, etc., who are interested to learn about Web standards under development, as well new initiatives put forward to shape the future of an even better Web.

A great line-up of speakers

As an opportunity to discover and learn what is making the Web an exciting development platform, we are proud to introduce this year’s devmeetup speakers:

  • Rachel Andrew, technical writer at Google, will explain how the Interop 2022 effort will improve the experience of developing for the web in key areas.
  • Aram Zucker-Scharff, The Washington Post, will explain the ambition of the proposed Private Advertising Technology Working Group to specify web features and APIs that support advertising while acting in the interests of users, in particular providing strong privacy assurances.
  • Miriam Suzanne, W3C Invited Expert, will show how CSS Container Queries have a lot to offer, how to start using them in production, and what to look forward to as Container Queries continue to evolve.
  • In “Open UI: unlocking creativity”, Greg Whitworth, Sr. Director of Product on the Web and Mobile Platform team at Salesforce, will present the Open UI initiative under the auspices of the W3C Open UI community group to allow web developers to style and extend built-in web UI controls.

Thanks to our sponsors!

 

Thank you to the 2022 Developer meetup in Vancouver 2022: Igalia, Samsung Internet, Yubico, Legible, FTG and WithYou.

Follow us on @w3cdevs  to read more about our speakers and discover sponsors’ demos between now and the #w3cdevs2022 meetup.

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