HTML5 Day in Rome

HTML5 is changing the world and industries, from automotive to publication, (mobile) communication, TV etc. The “HTML5 Day” (Università Pontificia Regina Apostolorum – Rome, 20th September 2012) event is centred around a keynote presentation from Michael[tm] Smith, a key W3C team member for the HTML5 effort. The event will be an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in HTML5 and related technologies, and about the current thinking about, the future to come after HTML5.

The event will give you the opportunity to know what is going on in the “HTML5 world”. W3C will be glad to hear your opinions about what to do and what not to do now and in the years to come.


9:15 – Registration
9:40 – Welcome – Oreste Signore (Head of W3C Office in Italy)
10:15 – Transforming the Web Together. Bernard Gidon (W3C – EMEA Business Development Leader)
11:00 – HTML5: The making of the modern Web platform – Michael[tm] Smith (W3C HTML Activity Lead)
13:00 – Roundtable discussion: what’s needed for – Michael[tm] Smith, Bernard Gidon
13:30  -End of public session
14:45 – Restricted meeting with W3C members, press and selected guests – Bernard Gidon, Mike Smith (W3C)
17:30 – End of the day

The event is free, however anyone interested must register. Go to registration page.