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Posts about conferences and events like IWMW, Scottish Web Folk, etc.

IWMW 2012 in Edinburgh

About a month ago (this blog post has taken ages to write) I travelled down to Edinburgh with my colleague Duncan for the annual Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW) which this year was being hosted by the…

Hardboiled Web Design

This time next month my colleague Chris and I will be sitting in the Surgeons’ Hall on Nicholson Street in Edinburgh at Andy Clarke’s Hardboiled Web Design workshop. I’ve just started reading his latest book, of the…

T44U – TerminalFour global user conference

Last week saw the annual T44U conference take place in Dublin. T44U is an annual event run by TerminalFour. It is designed to allow users of the content management system, Site Manager, to share their experiences with…

A few highlights from IWMW 2010

A couple of weeks ago I attended my fourth Institutional Web Management Workshop (IWMW 2010), which this year took place at the University of Sheffield. (Twitter tag: #iwmw10) The event provides an opportunity for…

Horizon scanning at IWMW10

Earlier this month Gareth and I attended the Institutional Web Management Workshop 2010 (IWMW10), held at the University of Sheffield. It was my first time at IWMW, and since I still feel slightly new to the Web in a…

Browser Wars – the next generation

On Monday Steve and I attended an Opera Software University Seminar hosted here at the University of St Andrews, one of many stops on their world tour of educational institutions. I found it an interesting and…

Opera Software University Seminar

Yesterday Steve and I attended the Opera Software University Seminar being held in the Jack Cole Building (the School of Computer Science). Opera has been one of my favourite browsers for years — from the days that you…