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From: David Poehlman <poehlman@clark.net>
Date: Tue, 05 Sep 2000 21:10:34 -0400
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Subject: Web Developer Fall Conference 2000 * Sept. 18 * San Francisco
Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2000 11:18:32 -0400
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Web Development Professionals:

Attend the definitive event for learning cutting-edge
Web development skills including Flash, SMIL, SVG,
DHTML and developing for wireless devices. This is a
"must attend" event for Web site success and for
meeting the people to help get you there!

Register NOW to attend the Web Developer Fall Conference
2000, being held September 18, 2000 at The Fairmont Hotel, =
San Francisco.

Sessions at this comprehensive 1-day event will cover:

* HTML Tricks the Pros Use
* Mastering CSS
* Special Effects with JavaScript and DHTML
* Flash, SMIL, and SVG
* Wireless Content Showdown
(see the full seminar agenda below)

Keynote speakers include:
* Michael Karasick, CTO, Pervasive Computing Division IBM,
	"Web Development In the Pervasive Computing Era"
* Jakob Nielsen, Ph.D., Principal of the Nielsen Norman
	Group, "Mobile Usability - An Oxymoron?"

The seminar will be followed by a networking reception,
providing a relaxed atmosphere to exchange of ideas and
war stories. While your there, visit the event sponsor
searchbutton.com and the other exhibitors.

This event is produced by internet.com and features the Web
developers who contribute to the leading sites for learning
the tricks of the trade such as WebDeveloper.com, Web Developer's
Virtual Library, WebReference.com, FlashPlanet and JavaScript.com.

Space is Limited so act today and SAVE 100!  For more information
and to register go to:

Bonus: Free access to All Net Devices Conference 2000 co-located
with Web Developer 2000.  This conference will cover wireless and
wired Internet
devices. For more info:

Full Seminar Agenda

8:00am - 9:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00am - 10:00am Keynote Address - Web Development In the Pervasive
Computing Era
	Consumers and enterprises are increasingly accessing the Internet
	from a variety of devices, from virtually any location. This is
	having a profound impact on the shape of the Web and how we develop
	content and applications for it. Michael Karasick, CTO at IBM's
	Pervasive Computing Division, tells you how the Internet world is
	changing and what you need to know to keep up with those changes.

	Michael Karasick, CTO, Pervasive Computing Division IBM

10:00am - 10:15am Morning Coffee Break

10:15am - 11:15am HTML Tricks the Pros Use
	From avoiding browser bugs to building a simple database publishing
	system, internet.com's Senior Producer Ed Grossman shows
	some of the tricks of the trade. This session will provide
	concrete examples of how you can create	more efficient Web
	sites with quick and dirty techniques.

	Edward Grossman, Senior Producer, internet.com

11:15am - 11:30am Morning Coffee Break

11:30am - 12:30pm Mastering Cascading Style Sheets
	Browser compatible with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) now
	dominate the market so if you haven't yet fully explored
	the benefits of CSS, there's no reason to wait. In this
	session you'll find out how to avoid the gotcha's in CSS,
	and leverage its power to make your site more attractive
	and more manageable.

	Matt Slaybaugh, Editor-at-Large, internet.com

12:30pm - 1:45pm Lunch

1:45pm - 2:30pm Afternoon Keynote - Mobile Usability - An Oxymoron?
	Can portable devices produce a pleasant user experience for
	the mobile Internet? Doesn't seem so, if we consider the
	current generation of WAP phones. Luckily, they are not the
	last word. This talk covers usability findings for mobile Web
	access (mainly based on field studies of European users) and
	future prospects for better solutions.

	Jakob Nielsen, Ph.D., Principal of the Nielsen Norman Group

2:30pm - 3:30pm Next Generation Web Design: Flash, SMIL, and SVG
	They'll download faster and put your animated GIFs to shame
	-- vector graphics take Web design to the next level. This
	panel of vector graphic evangelists will cover what's hot
	and what's not -- what's here now, and what's coming down
	the pike. Bitmaps, bye bye.

	Michael Bierman, Senior Product Manager for Scalable Vector Graphics
		Adobe Systems Incorporated
	James Khazar, Developer Relations Manager for Director and Shockwave
		Player, Macromedia
	Neil Balthaser, President and CEO, Balthaser Online

3:30pm - 4:30pm Special Effect with JavaScript and DHTML
	Experienced webmasters know that a little interactivity in
	your Web pages can go a long way when looking to take a Web
	site from boring.com to the bleeding edge. This session will
	show you how give your users what they need by implementing
	JavaScript and DHTML special effects to create a truly
	interactive experience.

	Scott Clark, Managing Editor, WDVL.com

4:30pm - 4:45pm Afternoon Refreshment Break

4:45pm - 6:00pm Mobilizing Your Content:
	A Wireless Delivery Showdown
	Developing wireless versions of your company's Web content is
	essential to your future success. But how do you create an
	effective mobilization strategy? AllNetDevices Managing Editor
	David Haskin and internet.com Senior Producer Edward Grossman
	query a panel of experts to help hunt out the winning wireless
	strategy for you.

	Thomas Johnson, Founder and CEO, AnyDevice.com
	Ian Collins, CTO and Co-Founder, Wysdom Inc.
	Evan Deoul Vice President, Wireless Internet Services, Aether Systems
	Venktesh Shukla CEO, Everypath

6:00pm - 7:00pm Networking Cocktail Reception

Remember, space is Limited for this event so act today and SAVE 100! 
more information and to register go to:
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