Events round-up

It’s the month of Halloween and dark nights, and plenty of web development and design conferences and events to warm the cockles… if you’d like to see your event included contact @ubelly.

2-3 October – Apps World

This huge conference kicks off at the start of October at Earl’s Court, and is expected to draw around 5000 developers, mobile marketers, mobile operators, device manufacturers, platform owners and industry professionals. There are paid for tracks but most of the event is free to attend. There are some great sessions from the BBC, Microsoft, Google and Facebook, so if you can wangle a day off then this is one to attend. See you there!

5 – 7 – PHP North West 2012

The un-conference of the North is back with 20 minute Lightening Talks, Speed Geeking and John Le Drew as the host and chair. There’s also the chance to come together for a full day of teaching, so you can learn from the experts.

15 – 17 October – Future of Web Apps/Future of Mobile

This year you get two conferences for the price of one as FOWA and FOM come together at The Brewery mid October. If you’re already developing apps or want to find out more, sessions from speakers like Jeffrey Zeldman, Ben Hammersley and Bruce Lawsonwill help you work out your next step.

19 October – WebDevConf

Some fresh faces are presenting at this years WebDevConf at the Bristol Odeon, promises to educate and inspire anyone working in the web industry. Speakers include our very own Andrew Spooner, Keir Moffatt  and Robbie Manson.

26 October – Windows 8 Launch

P.S. Invite only party for people who have published an app.

27 – 28 October – HackManchester

This 24 hour coding competition is being held during the Manchester Science Festival. The aim is for teams to produce apps that solve challenges, with the outcome being real-world, useful tools. The best hacks win prizes!

30 October – 2 November – //Build

Held just after the launch of Windows 8, this event is fully under wraps, you’ll have to watch the live streaming to find out what’ll be announced!

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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