Fundamentos Web 2006. 3-5 October, Oviedo-Asturias-Spain

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There isn´t more than one Web... and I found you in The Net ( Change It )

Speakers

Andy Clarke

Tags:
  • CSS
  • design
  • WaSP
  • WSAwards

Andy Clarke (black and white) Andy Clarke is an internationally known speaker, designer and consultant focusing on creative, accessible Web development. His clients have included Disney Store UK, WWF and Save The Children. Andy is passionate about design and passionate about Web standards, often bridging the gap between design and code. He regularly trains designers and developers in the creative applications of Web standards. Andy has written articles for A List Apart Magazine and contributed to the CSS Zen Garden. He writes about aspects of design and popular culture on his personal Web site, And All That Malarkey.

Ben Hammersley

Tags:
  • atom
  • feeds
  • interactivity
  • RSS
  • podcasting

Ben Hammersley (black and white) Armed only with a powerbook and some fine pipe tobacco, Ben Hammersley is a writer, explorer and technologist. He worked for the BBC and he's currently building curiously advanced prototypes for The Guardian. Ben has written for The Times, The Guardian and The Observer, is one of the most recognized experts in RSS, and it was him who coined the term podcasting.

Bernardo Hernández

Tags:
  • enterprise
  • marketing
  • finances
  • business
  • planning

Bernardo Hernández (black and white) Bernardo Hernández is Country Marketing Manager for Google Spain. Among his main duties, he is in charge of planning and business development, and the management and launch of new products. He is founder partner of several companies such as idealista.com, the first Real Estate portal in Spain, and FloresFrescas.com. Furthermore, he worked as Financial Analyst and portfolio manager for several relevant organizations in USA and Spain.

Bob Regan

Tags:
  • accessibility
  • multimedia
  • security
  • webapps

Bob Regan (black and white) Bob Regan is a solutions architect for vertical markets at Adobe Systems, Inc. In that role, he serves as the technical lead for the Education, Government, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Telecommunications and Life Science markets. It is his responsibility to connect with the specific needs, challenges and successes of customers working to create digital content and applications. He works with each team to help them collect customer experiences and communicate them into the product organization and assemble solutions based on these requirements. His first role in the software world continues to play an important part of his day to day life; accessibility advocate. Now with Adobe, he is part of a much larger team looking at accessibility issues from product design to engineering, from content authoring through to the end user. Ensuring that the Web is a great experience to us all remains a great passion of him.

Chris Wilson

Tags:
  • CSS
  • HTML
  • IE
  • Security
  • WaSP

Chris Wilson (black and white) Chris Wilson is the group program manager for Internet Explorer Platform and Security at Microsoft. He began working on web browsers in 1993 when he co-authored the first Windows versions of NCSA Mosaic. In the course of five years on the IE team, Chris has participated in many standards working groups, in particular helping develop standards for CSS, HTML, the DOM and XSL through the W3C working groups. He is a WaSP Member.

Daniel K. Appelquist

Tags:
  • MWI
  • mobile
  • multimedia
  • W3C

Daniel K. Appelquist (black and white) Daniel K. Appelquist is a Senior Technology Strategist working for Vodafone's Industry Initiatives and Standardization team, focusing on Mobile Internet topics. He represents Vodafone in the W3C and in the Mobile Web Initiative which he helped create, and within which he chairs the Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group. Before joining Vodafone, Daniel was a pioneer in the field of Web content, working with publishers in the mid-90s to put content online using SGML and XML. He is a published author, speaker on technology topics, evangelist, sometime CTO and dot-com refugee.

Dean Jackson

Tags:
  • interaction
  • CDF
  • webapps
  • SVG
  • W3C

Dean Jackson (black and white) Dean Jackson joined the W3C in 2000 to work on user interface technologies and document formats. He is currently in the Interaction domain, with two areas of responsibility: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and Compound Document Formats (CDF). Dean is the Rich Web Clients Activity Lead at the W3C.

Dave Shea

Tags:
  • CSS
  • design
  • WaSP
  • XHTML
  • zengarden

Dave Shea (black and white) Dave Shea is the creator and cultivator of the highly influential web site csszengarden.com, and co-author of the recently-published Zen of CSS Design. The founder and design lead of Bright Creative in Vancouver, BC. Dave also writes for a large global audience of web designers and developers on his popular weblog, mezzoblue.com. His sites have won multiple awards, including 'Best of Show 2004' at the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin, TX.

Enrique Dans

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  • eCommerce
  • economy
  • enterprise
  • society

Enrique Dans (black and white) Enrique Dans is Professor of Information Systems at the Instituto de Empresa, Madrid (Spain), where he currently serves as IS/IT Area Chair. He received his Ph. D. from the Anderson School at UCLA, an MBA from the Instituto de Empresa (Madrid, Spain) and a B.Sc. from Universidad de Santiago de Compostela. His research interests include the Internet and electronic commerce, dynamics of consumer response to electronic markets, application of IS/IT to small and medium enterprises and the application of multivariate methods to IS. He is a frequent contributor and columnist in the business and economic press in Spain, where he writes about the Internet, new technologies and their applications.

Gumersindo Lafuente

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  • information
  • press
  • society

Gumersindo Lafuente (black and white) Gumersindo Lafuente is journalist and has been director of elmundo.es, the top Spanish information site on the Internet, during the last six years. He previously worked for other newspapers such as Ya, El País and El Mundo.

Juan Varela

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  • consultancy
  • press
  • strategy

Juan Varela (black and white) Juan Varela holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Masters in Journalism. Manager of Mediathink Consultores, he is the author of Periodistas 21, weblog about journalism and media, awarded with one of The Bobs- Deutsche Welle Best of the Blogs Award in 2004. He has managed and developed the re-engineering and editorial reorganization for a hundred of European and Latin American media . He is founder and member of the editorial board of Cuadernos de Periodistas, and editorial adviser for the Chair of Asociación de la Prensa de Madrid (APM) and the Vocento group. He was also assistant director for Diario 16 and El Periódico de Catalunya, and editor in chief for El Sol in Madrid. Juan was previously editor at several newspapers such as El Ideal Gallego, El Correo de Andalucía, El País and Cinco Días. He has been awarded with several prizes from the Society for News Design (SND).

Kevin Yank

Tags:
  • development
  • php
  • programming
  • scripting
  • db

Kevin Yank As Technical Director of sitepoint.com, Kevin keeps abreast of all that is new and exciting in web technology. He oversees all of SitePoint's technical publications—books, articles, newsletters and blogs but is best known for his book, Build Your Own Database Driven Website Using PHP & MySQL. Kevin also writes The SitePoint Tech Times, a free e-mail newsletter first published in November 2000 that goes out to over 120,000 subscribers worldwide every two weeks, and regularly contributes to SitePoint's blogs.

Luis Villa

Tags:
  • consultancy
  • UXP
  • strategy

Luis Villa (black and white) Luis Villa, born and grown in the Web, he is manager of User Experience for The Cocktail, a position he also held at Capgemini and Netjuice. His goal is to build a better world by making the technology work for real people. He worked for companies in the media, banking, insurance, telecommunications and energy sectors. He co-founded alzado.org, a web site dedicated to promote the exchange of experiences between usability, accessibility and user experience professionals. He writes in his weblog, grancomo.com.

Molly E. Holzschlag

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  • CSS
  • design
  • i18n
  • microformats
  • WaSP
  • W3C
  • web2.0

Molly (black and white) Molly E. Holzschlag is a well-known Web standards advocate, instructor, and author. She is Group Lead for the Web Standards Project (WaSP) and an invited expert to the HTML and GEO working groups at W3C. Molly works to educate designers and developers on using Web technologies in practical ways to create highly sustainable, maintainable, accessible, interactive and beautiful Web sites for the global community. Among her thirty-plus books is the The Zen of CSS Design, co-authored with Dave Shea. The book artfully showcases the most progressive csszengarden.com designs. A popular and colorful individual, Molly has a particular passion for people, blogs, and the use of technology for social progress.

Richard Ishida

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  • i18n
  • translation
  • W3C
  • l10n

Richard Ishida (black and white) As W3C Internationalization Activity Lead, Richard Ishida is focused on making the World Wide Web world wide. The Internationalisation Activity has the mission of ensuring universal access to the Web, regardless of language, script or culture, by proposing and coordinating any techniques, conventions, guidelines and activities within the W3C that help to make and keep the Web international. Richard is also chair of the W3C GEO (Internationalization Guidelines, Education & Outreach) Working Group. Since the early 1990s, Richard’s seminars and consulting have helped product groups around the world develop websites, documents, software, and on-screen information so that it can be easily localized for the international marketplace. His background includes translation and interpreting, computational linguistics, and translation tools. He has studied French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, Japanese and Arabic.

Vinton Cerf

Tags:
  • Internet
  • TCP/IP

Vinton Cerf (black and white) Vinton Cerf is vice president and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google. He is responsible for identifying new enabling technologies and applications on the Internet and other platforms for the company.

Widely known as a "Father of the Internet," Vint is the co-designer with Robert Kahn of TCP/IP protocols and basic architecture of the Internet. In 1997, President Clinton recognized their work with the U.S. National Medal of Technology. In 2005, Vint and Bob received the highest civilian honor bestowed in the U.S., the Presidential Medal of Freedom. It recognizes the fact that their work on the software code used to transmit data across the Internet has put them "at the forefront of a digital revolution that has transformed global commerce, communication, and entertainment."

From 1994-2005, Vint served as Senior Vice President at MCI. Prior to that, he was Vice President of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI), and from 1982-86 he served as Vice President of MCI. During his tenure with the U.S. Department of Defense's Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) from 1976-1982, Vint played a key role leading the development of Internet and Internet-related data packet and security technologies.

Since 2000, Vint has served as chairman of the board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and he has been a Visiting Scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory since 1998. He served as founding president of the Internet Society (ISOC) from 1992-1995 and was on the ISOC board until 2000. Vint is a Fellow of the IEEE, ACM, AAAS, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the International Engineering Consortium, the Computer History Museum and the National Academy of Engineering.

Vint has received numerous awards and commendations in connection with his work on the Internet, including the Marconi Fellowship, Charles Stark Draper award of the National Academy of Engineering, the Prince of Asturias award for science and technology, the Alexander Graham Bell Award presented by the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf, the A.M. Turing Award from the Association for Computer Machinery, the Silver Medal of the International Telecommunications Union, and the IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal, among many others.

Vint holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA and more than a dozen honorary degrees.

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