All posts by Martin Alvarez-Espinar

I 💙 [love] W3C… what about you? (Meetup in Barcelona)

The W3C Office in Spain is glad to present I đź’™ W3C… what about you?, a meetup to be held on October 24 in Barcelona. This informal meeting aims at gathering the local industry, public bodies and researchers to discuss challenges, opportunities and potential collaboration. In an open discussion, W3C staff and Members will present the latest activities of the Consortium that will be […]

W3C Day in Spain: Web of Things to boost industrial productivity

Recently the W3C Spanish Office organized the W3C Day in Spain, an annual conference held in different cities across Spain. The objective of this event is facilitating a collaborative  environment that enables local stakeholders to share their knowledge on ICTs. This W3C Day is considered as one of the major forums in Spain to discuss about the future […]

Training Courses in Spanish. Now HTML5!

Web developers are key in the evolution of the Web, shaping its future. Their works impact on the quality of the Web –its contents, user experience and accessibility. Having this in mind, in the process of leading the Web to its full potential, W3C offers professional training activities with the main objective of “educating” developers […]

W3C Day in Spain: HTML5 and Government Linked Data

Every year, since 2006, the W3C Spain Office organizes W3C Day in Spain, an event on Web standards for the Spanish community. The 2012 edition, held in Granada, Andalusia, gathered together over 200 people for a couple of days. W3C Members are the protagonists of the event. All of them are invited to share their professional experiences, challenges, and thoughts taking part either in panels or giving talks. As in previous years, the event served as a forum to discuss common topics regarding standards, and Web technologies in general. The Open Web Platform was the cornerstone of the conference, complemented with a recurrent and interesting subject: Open Government Data, which is in the limelight at all levels of the Spanish public administration.