PresentationsThere were two presentations: one front end-focused by Teddy Zetterlund on accessibility, and one back end-focused by Lars Rustemeier about Seaside. Both presentations are available as PDF downloads:
- Download Teddy's accessibility presentation (PDF, 616 kb).
- Download Lars' Seaside presentation (PDF, 850 kb).
PicturesA number of people took pictures last night, and I hope they will be shared as soon as possible in the Flickr Stockholm Geek Meet Pool (no pictures yet, but people might be tired from all the beer... eh... pizza, I mean :-)).
Congratulations, Phil!I totally missed this last night, but Phil Sherry, who, together with Teddy, helps me co-organize this event, actually had his birthday yesterday! I'm so sorry, Phil! The best of congratulations!
Meetings in other locations/countriesApparently people like the idea with free Geek Meets to meet and discuss with people who are like-minded and deeply and genuinely interested in web developing. The Geek Meet concept is meant as a kind of franchise, and as of now there are two more locations:
- Geek Meet Romania (in Romanian). Just about to have their 4th meeting!
- Geek Meet Gothenburg. They have their first meeting in February, and you can sign up in Roger's Geek Meet post or in Anton's Geek Meet post (in Swedish).
Organize a Geek Meet in your city/country
You love the idea, but itÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s too far to get to Stockholm? Are you interested in organizing a Geek Meet in your own city/country, and you want it to be a franchise part of this? The general guidelines are:
- It should be free to attend
- It should be independent, i.e. no company will own the event or set up the rules
- Sponsorship from companies is allowed, but shouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t interfere with the above guideline
- Everyone should be treated equal, and technical talks should be in a constructive manner