XTech 2007: The Ubiquitous Web

XTechAs many of you know (those who read this blog regulary, at least), In May I went to Amsterdam to attend to XTech 2006. It was an awsome valuable experience, and it is a great conference, so I was somewhat surprised with it not having more attendees...

So, better sooner than later, I'm here to call you to XTech 2007. From the announcement:

We're pleased to announce that XTech 2007 will take place from May 15-18 2007, in Paris, France.

The theme of the conference for 2007 is "The Ubiquitous Web". A keynote will be delivered by Adam Greenfield, author of "Everyware: The Dawning Age of Ubiquitous Computing".

The web is much more than browser pages, and among other things XTech 2007 will cover:

  • ubiquitous computing and mobile devices
  • linking real life artifacts into the web
  • how the web and open data is affecting communities, businesses and science

There are many more angles to this theme, and XTech 2007 will of course also be covering the latest developments in core web and XML technologies, web browser technology, web applications and open standards and data.

The call for participation will be made available in the third quarter of 2006. To be notified of this and other XTech news, be sure to sign up to the XTech mailing list.

I hope I can manage to go there, and I hope to see you there...