Events round up

Here’s what’s happening throughout the month of May. Hold onto your hat, it’s May-hem!

10-11 May – Mobilism

If you’re one of the lucky ones heading over to Amsterdam for Mobilism then you’ll be attending one of the best conferences for mobile web design and development conferences out there, with speakers like  Remy Sharp, Seb-Lee Delisle and  Scott Jenson. If you can’t be there, follow the action on Twitter.

14-16 May – Future of Web Design London

This 3 day event includes 4 workshops and over 30 sessions on web design, featuring some superb sessions from Brendan Dawes, Paul Boag, the legend that is Bill Buxton as well as our very own Martin Beeby and  Laura Kalbag. We can’t wait – see you there!

20, 22 & 24 May – Ubelly Windows 8 Camps

Yes, the Ubelly crew are coming to a venue near you with some free, hands on Windows 8 camps in Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh. If you use HTML or JavaScript then you’ve got the skills to create a Windows 8 app. Intrigued? Find out more.

29 May – Reasons to be Appy

Are you into HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, touch devices and creative hacking? Then you’ll probably already have your ticket to Reasons to be Appy in London at the end of the month. The line-up includes James Alliban, Mark Boulton and Keiichi Matsuda, not to mention one of Ubelly’s founding members, Andrew Spooner. We’ve got our tickets in a safe place…

30 – 31 May – Thinking Digital 2012

This inspirational event runs over 3 days and brings together thinkers from technology, media, science, industry and the arts. With no less than 36 speakers, it’s a full on inspiration-fest. The Ubelly team will be in attendance, with our sights set on sessions from Christian Payne, Richard Banks, Magnus Lindkvist and Peter Gregson. See you there!

Published by Sara Allison

Sara is the editor of Ubelly - when not heads down scouring Ubelly articles for typos (and not always catching them), she's scouting for new writing talent. Give her a shout @SaraAllison if you've got something to say about development/design and want to be heard.

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