Vancouver's Make Web Not War announces Karl Dubost as Keynote

Posted by Rob Lewis

Make Web Not War (MWNW) is coming Vancouver on May 6th and 7th and yesterday they announced that Karl Dubost will be the keynote speaker.

Karl is a hedonist, dreamer continuously exploring an open and creative Web. His main challenge in his professional life is to connect people with technology. He is interested by society changes due to Web social networks. From 2000 to 2008, he was Web Community Liaison, HTML WG staff contact, QA Activity Lead and Conformance Manager for W3C. He is now working for Opera Software.

MWNW is one of Canada’s first cross-platform conference showcasing the latest techniques and technologies available to the ever-evolving web community.

Sponsored by Microsoft and Open Source communities across Canada, MWNW will explore the power and flexibility of new web paradigms, technologies and applications – including the Microsoft web platform, Open Source applications, cloud computing and mobile – to help you develop the ultimate web experience for your clients.

By simply registering for this event, you’ll get to mingle with some of the best web developers in the country; you’ll get to listen and learn from the experts and leaders in the industry today; you’ll get to play with some of the new and exciting toys being offered by Microsoft; and you’ll gain access to the VIP party.

Register now as there are only 60 tickets left. And follow Karl on Twitter at @karlpro.

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Rob Lewis

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