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WSG Meetup: Microformats

The second ever Web Standards Group meetup in the UK is focused exclusively on microformats. Three different presenters will cover the explanation and implementation of microformats.

The event is free but if you are coming, please add your name on the Upcoming page.

Details

Date
Thursday, October 19th
Time
18:30 - 23:00
Location
New Cavendish Street campus of Westminster University,115 New Cavendish Street, London.
Presentations
Jeremy Keith: Implementing Microformats (2.4MB PDF)

Summary

Mark Norman Francis (Norm!), the internet's Drew McLellan, and Jeremy Keith will each give their own take on microformats. Norm! will talk about the history of microformats and explain exactly what they are. Jeremy will give his own personal account of implementing microformats and show just how easy it is. Drew will take it to the next level and look at how microformats can be an API for the whole Web.

Afterwards, there shall be merrymaking at a nearby, as yet undisclosed, drinking establishment.

Attending

Please add your name here if you'll be coming along.

Blog Posts

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Photos

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