Fundamentos Web 2007 Fundamentos Web 2007

October 3-5, Gijón - Asturias - Spain

Fundamentos Web wears your style

Promoted by
  • e-Asturias 2007, Principality of Asturias Government
Sponsored by
  • Ayuntamiento de Gijón -
  • Opera Software
  • Mozilla
  • Microsoft
  • PC (Personal Computing) Actual
Contest sponsored by
  • Bus Soluciones Informáticas - Apple Premium Reseller
Organized by
  • W3C España
  • Fundación CTIC


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Arthur Barstow

Picture of Arthur Barstow Arthur Barstow has been a Senior Architect at Nokia since 1998. His interests include Web Applications, Widgets, Semantic Web and Declarative Languages for Applications and User Interfaces. Barstow is the Chair of the W3C's Web Application Formats Working Group. He has over twenty years of experience in the computer industry including active contributions to the Open Source community via the X Window Consortium, Open Software Foundation and the W3C.

Tim Berners-Lee

Tim Berners-Lee Tim Berners-Lee is the Director of the World Wide Web Consortium, holds the 3Com Founders chair and is a Senior Research Scientist in the Decentralized Information Group at the CSAIL (Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He is co-Director of the new Web Science Research Initiative (WSRI) and is a Chair in the Computer Science Department at the University of Southampton, UK. In 1989 he invented the World Wide Web, an Internet-based hypermedia initiative for global information sharing while at CERN, the European Particle Physics Laboratory. He wrote the first web client and server in 1990. His specifications of URIs, HTTP and HTML have been the basis for the ones used today.

Bert Bos

Bert Bos Bert Bos was, in 1994, one of the original authors of CSS. He joined W3C in 1995 to set up W3C's internationalization activity and was part of the groups that created HTML and XML. He is now coordinator for W3C's style sheet and math activities. Bert studied mathematics in Groningen, The Netherlands, and holds a PhD from that university. He is co-author with Håkon Wium Lie of the book Cascading Style Sheets: designing for the Web.

Dan Brickley

Dan BrickleyDan Brickley is a developer, advocate and researcher in the area of Semantic Web and social computing. He spent much of the last decade helping develop and promote data interchange standards for W3C, joining the Web Consortium team in 1999 to help establish the Semantic Web initiative. He is now working at Joost on widgets, TV annotation and 'social Web' integration. Previously he has directed a developer-outreach EU project (SWAD-Europe), been technology director of a project on medical content labelling, co-created the FOAF project, and worked on a variety of educational technology and search projects at the University of Bristol where he established one of the first research groups devoted to Semantic Web technology.

Tantek Çelik

Tantek Çelik Tantek Çelik is dedicated to advancing open standards and simpler data formats for the Web. Tantek is one of the founders of both the nascent open standards community and the Global Multimedia Protocols Group, and invited expert to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Cascading Style Sheets working group. He has played a key role in the development and popularization of practical social network portability technologies such as the hCard and XFN microformats. During 2003 and 2004, as Technorati's Chief Technologist, Tantek played an active role in refining and evangelizing hCard, bringing it from a wiki proposal to one that's endorsed and supported by individuals, numerous small organizations, major companies ranging from AOL to Yahoo, and implemented for over a hundred million user identities and business listings on the Web. Previously Tantek was a veteran representative to the W3C for Microsoft, where he also helped lead the development of the award-winning Internet Explorer 5 for Macintosh, the first web browser to bring widespread standards compliant HTML4 + CSS1 + PNG1 support to millions of users. He shares his thoughts at

Fernando Claver

Fernando Claver Fernando Claver is the editor of PC ACTUAL, the most prestigious computer magazine among Spanish-speaking users. As a journalist, he has focused his entire career on technological press, being one of the pioneers in diffusing on-line culture, since the times of videotex and BBS (Bulletin Board System), in the early ninety’s.

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