CSS Day 2017; 15th and 16th of June, Amsterdam

It’s that time of year again; today we announced most of the line-up for our fifth annual CSS Day conference in Amsterdam — and we think it’s a wonderful one, though naturally we’re biased.

Like last year, CSS Day 2017 will be a two-day conference. On Thursday 15th of June we’ll present Browser API Special, with eight sessions about exciting browser APIs you can use today or in the near future. The actual CSS Day will take place on Friday 16th of June. You can buy tickets for one day or both, as you see fit.

Here’s the full CSS Day line-up:

Here are four of the eight Browser API Special sessions; we will announce the other four shortly:

Early-bird tickets are 250 euros for one day or 450 for two days. From 13th of February, or when early bird sells out, you can only buy regular tickets for 300 and 550 euros, respectively. 21% Dutch VAT will be added to the ticket price.

Also, for those who’d like to stick around there’s a role=drinks accessibility meet-up on Saturday 17th of June. You have to register separately for this event, since it’s a separste organisation. Then again, it's free.

Anyway, we hope you’ll agree with us this is a stellar line-up, and that we can welcome you in June.

This is the blog of Peter-Paul Koch, mobile platform strategist, consultant, and trainer. You can also follow him on Twitter.
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