I’ve been very fortunate and lucky to get the chance to travel around in the world and speak at conferences, and now I’ve reached speaking in 30 countries!
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Now 2013 is over, 2014 has started, and it’s a new year with new possibilities, challenges and experiences. I thought I’d take a look back at what 2013 was like for me.
The end of a year. There’s so much to say and look back on, and at the same time I am already certain that I will temporarily forgot some of the amazing things that happened to me this year. For it was indeed a fantastic year!
Yesterday I had the pleasure of speaking at the London Ajax Mobile Event in, surprisingly, London.
For the rest of 2011, I have a lot of intriguing countries/places to visit with exciting conferences to speak at, so I wanted to list them here. And who knows, maybe you will be attending any of those and we can get the chance to meet there?
Yesterday I attended the Stockholm Web Monkeys’ spring 2011 meetup in Stockholm, and I gave a short presentation and led a discussion about HTML5 – What’s good, what’s missing, web browser implementation takes.
The year is coming to an end, so what better time to take a nice cup of tea and go into nostalgic mode to write up a summary.
Seasons come and seasons go; life turns in a constantly changing manner. But, as after every summer, I’m back and I long to write for you!
It is soon summer (Yay!) and about time for a last Geek Meet before a summer break!
June 2-3 third this year a number of high-profile speakers are coming to Stockholm, Sweden, to talk at the SWDC 2010 conference, organized by Peter Svensson (who also organizes the GTUG events in Stockholm).
Last weekend I had the pleasure of going to FOSDEM to give a presentation about HTML5 and to experience a very big open-source conference.
Just to let you know, I will be speaking at FOSDEM 2010 in Brussels, Belgium, next Saturday February 6th. I will talk in the Mozilla Developer Room and give an introduction to HTML5, which will be followed by HTML5 demos by Paul Rouget.
If you are attending, please come along and say hi!
I hope you are all having some nice time off; I just wanted to take the time to reflect on 2009 and what it was like for me.
I had the pleasure of spending last week in Lisbon, Portugal, for the Codebits conference.
Next stop on my little European tour is Codebits in Lisbon, Portugal!
I’m (almost) just back from Full Frontal 09, and man, did I have a good time!
About a week and a half ago, I had the pleasure of speaking at JSConf.eu!
Week before last, I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at two conferences. With even more conferences in the pipe, last week was pretty intense, work-wise, to cover up for that, but now I thought I’d take the time to talk about them, starting in this post with the Øredev 2009 conference.
I’m very happy to say that I will speak at at, and participate in, JSConf.eu in Berlin this upcoming weekend!
In November, more exactly Wednesday November 4th, I will be speaking at the Øredev 2009 Developer Conference.
Late last night I came home from the fantastic event that was Mozilla Camp Europe Prague, 3-4 October 2009, and I thought I’d tell you how my Prague visit was, what I thought of the event and my thinking about the sessions.
End of May/beginning of June will be very busy for me indeed. There will be a number of speaking engagements for me, and I’d like you to know about another one: Mozilla/Maemo Danish Weekend.
Beginning of June will be a very interesting time for developers in the Stockholm area. Not only do we have Geek Meet Charity June 4th but Mozilla will throw an event June 2nd as well!
May 25th 2009, the Swedish Web Developer Conference 2009 will take place in Stockholm, and I have the honor of speaking alongside some great speakers.
As most of you know, I was in Berlin last weekend, giving a talk at Mozilla Add-Ons Workshop :: Berlin (MAOW Berlin 2009). It was great fun, and I thought I’d tell you more about the event and the trip.
About a couple of weeks ago, I was approached by a Mozilla employee suggesting I talk at one of their events.