Last speaking gigs of 2010

As the colder nights harden, splashing autumn on gardens, I’m charging off to exotic climes to do the last few talks of 2010.

– Stafford University: HTML5, CSS 3

A live coding demo of some HTML5, and a bit of a rant about CSS 3. Non-students welcome.

The lecture will be 1-2pm in the blue lecture theatre Octagon building, and the Q and A session after in K129, Octagon Building at 2pm.

– Tokyo, Japan: HTML5: semantics and structure

A full-day workshop (with translation into Japanese) on using HTML5 markup. Sold out

The new HTML5 specification gives you 28 new markup elements to choose from. What do they mean? How do they work together? Bruce will answer these questions, and — most importantly — show how to apply them to real world sites. There are also many changes to HTML 4 elements, and even some obsolete elements, and you’ll find out the important differences. Finally, you’ll get a glimpse of the amazing things people are doing with HTML5 now, and an insight into the future of the web.

– Tokyo, Japan: Be an Iron Chef of HTML5

A one-hour talk with simultaneous translation into Japanese at the Web Directions East conference.

23 November – 1 December – Australia: The A Team: ARIA & HTML5

Five dates in Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth, Brisbane) speaking with The Mighty Steve Faulkner of The Paciello Group. Organised by the Web Industry Professionals Association, the 3+ hour long workshops cost $60 for members, $90 for non-members.

Melbourne is full; others are selling out fast. Book soon.

London Web, 20 January, 7.30pm

http://www.meetup.com/londonweb/calendar/14483117/

4 Responses to “ Last speaking gigs of 2010 ”

Comment by Sam Bennett

I will hopefully be attending your Staffordshire University talk since I go there. I have a test at the same time but going to see if I can go another day though so I can see your talk.

Comment by Lucas

Thanks for coming to Staffordshire University. Me and my friends enjoyed your talk on HTML5 and CSS3. There were ideas to start a campaign to make you one of our lecturers. Beware ;)

Comment by Bruce

Lucas

- count me in. Your other lecturers were pretty cool and the students clueful.

On the other hand, 2 hours on the M6 every day would be pretty shit…