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Conference season open for Web developers

Are Adobe Air, Microsoft Silverlight, Google Gears, AJAX, and the semantic Web some of your favourite things? Now's the right time to put in that training request because May and June are full of great local Web developer conferences.

Are Adobe Air, Microsoft Silverlight, Google Gears, AJAX, and the semantic Web some of your favourite things? Now's the right time to put in that training request because May and June are full of great local Web developer conferences.

Remix 08
Microsoft's second annual Remix conference will this year see designer and developer sessions on new possibilities working with Silverlight 2, Internet Explorer 8 and the Windows Live platform. Delegates are promised to get access to international and local product experts.

When
May 20 - Sydney
May 22nd - Melbourne

Web site: http://www.microsoft.com/australia/remix08/index.aspx

WebDu
Promises developers that they'll have to 'hold on to their developer undies' because of the high profile speakers from Australia and abroad, including engineers from Adobe working on their new tools and platforms.

When
12-13 June 2008 at the Darling Harbour Convention Centre in Sydney.

Web site: http://www.webdu.com.au/

Web Directions South
According to the organisers this will be a a full day, two track conference, plus an optional extra day of workshops, focussing on the concepts, technologies and techniques for meeting the challenges of eGovernment.

When
May 16-17 - Melbourne
May 19-20 - Canberra

Web site: http://www.webdirections.org/

Adobe Air Camp
Adobe are throwing an Australia and New Zealand-wide camp to take their technology to developers. Included in the day will be a primer on Adobe Air, a background on building Air apps with HTML, JavaScript, and Flex, and keeping Air apps updated.

When
Sydney - June 10
Melbourne - May 15
Canberra - May 22
Brisbane - Tue 20
Auckland - June 24
Wellington - June 26

Web site: http://events.adobe.co.uk/cgi-bin/event.cgi?country=pa&eventid=6514

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