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HTML5DevConf running low on last Sorta Early Bird

Sid M.
San Francisco, CA
Hey everyone,

Wanted to make sure you all knew HTML 5 developer conferences back this spring. It's an amazing conference with top-notch speakers at a very affordable price. I've spoken at the conference previously and have always been very impressed.

HTML5 Developers Conference is back for Spring 2013 in a Three-Day Event of sessions and training at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California.

The Sort-Of Early Bird conference registration ticket items are on sale, but are limited in number and currently running out before the listed date.

Taking place April 1-3, new and returning speakers are filling out the lineup. New speakers to the conference include renowned software experts such as core team jQuery and Ruby on Rails member Yehuda Katz, CSS3 and HTML5, Mozilla Web Standards Lead Tantek Çelik, W3C Interaction Domain Lead Philippe Le Hegaret, consultant and author Nicholas Zakas, and Hampton Catlin: inventor of SASS. Returning favorites include such speakers as Google performance guru Steve Sounders, the renowned Douglas Crockford, Thomas-Hughes Croucher and the always intriguing rock the house speaker Christian Heilmann of Mozilla. You can follow us on Twitter @HTML5DevConf for updates on speakers and sessions as they go live.

We've also updated our Training Classes from last conference, which now includes:

Training classes are all day-long sessions that take place on April 3rd, while the conference days are April 1-2. We are proud to offer this lineup of instructors. We are also looking to add a free W3C Web Doc Sprint courtesy of the amazing Peter Lubbers of Google.

Enjoy a couple days of talks by many of the best in web and mobile HTML5 and JavaScript technologies. This conference also attracts a lot of the sharpest developers in the business. It's two days of conference sessions and a third with training, set up with you in mind. Register here­.

Have questions? Email Ann or Dave at­ or tweet us @html5devconf.

We're looking forward to the conference and hope to see you there.
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