Link tipps for your winter holidays 😃

Conference-Highlights 2018

Jan has been on quite a few web conferences this year and with this article he shares the absolute highlight talks you should take a look at during your winter holidays. It's totally worth watching them and/or follow some link tipps!

Download his presentation from the Frontend RheinMain meetup on 11th December 2018 @ Triplesense Reply, Frankfurt

EnterJS, Darmstadt (June)

www.enterjs.de

I liked it because:

  • Good selection of Javascript oriented sessions
  • Mostly high quality of the sessions

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Coverage:

Fronteers Conf, Amsterdam (October)

www.fronteers.nl

I liked it because:

  • cutting edge web topics
  • inspiring and entertaining speakers
  • excellent organization & cozy atmosphere

Highlights:

Indieweb Camp, Berlin (November)

indieweb.org

I liked it because:

  • I like the indieweb movement
  • the opportunity to get in contact with well-known experts
  • I like barcamp-style meetups
  • I always wanted to see a Mozilla office from the inside 😉
  • Webmention: "A web standard for mentions and conversations across the web, a powerful building block that is used for a growing federated network of comments, likes, reposts, and other rich interactions across the decentralized social web"
  • Quill: "A simple app for posting text notes to your website"
  • Cloudron: "A complete solution for running apps on your server and keeping them up-to-date and secure"
  • Fuzzify me: "An open-source browser extension that helps you thwart targeted advertising on Facebook"
  • Shaarli: "A Minimalist, super-fast, database free, bookmark service"
  • An IndieWeb reader

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Accessibility Club Conference, Berlin (November)

accessibility-club.org

I liked it because:

  • Accessibility / inclusive design still get too less awareness in our projects
  • there were so many great speakers giving insights and helpful information
  • Accessibility / inclusive design still get too less awareness in our projects 😉

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Beyond Tellerrand

www.btconf.de

I liked it because:

  • you get a broader view on design, UX- and frontend topics
  • the speakers are inspiring and experts in their fields
  • perfectly organized, cozy atmosphere and many goodies 😉

Highlights from May in Düsseldorf:

Highlights from November in Berlin:

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More: Videos from frontend meetups in RheinMain 2018

Upcoming conferences 2019

I can recommend to go to these conferences: