World Tour 2005 continues to add dates. In addition to Japan (May) and Austraila (September), I’ll be heading to London for a one-day workshop on CSS, XHTML, and standards-oriented design to be held Saturday, June 4th. You can get all the agenda and other details on “Professional CSS XHTML Techniques” from the Carson Workshops website.
This is a limited-access event: only 40 attendees will be allowed. Suppose you’re one of that 40, as of course you should be if at all possible. Not only does that give you a 1-in-40 chance of winning a full copy of Dreamweaver MX 2004, it also gets you the “Survival Kit”, a disc containing all kinds of examples, articles, tools, and so forth. You’ll also get a whole day of high-tempo, practical instruction in CSS-driven design, with plenty of opportunity to pose questions and get answers.
While this won’t be a workshop for total beginners, it won’t require advanced knowledge of CSS and XHTML, either. Basically, if you’re at least somewhat familiar with HTML or XHTML and know the basics of writing style sheets, then you’ll fit right in. Even if you’re beyond that, I’ll be covering a lot of ground that you should find interesting.
And then there’s always the opportunity to hang out that evening, after the workshop is officially over, and talk about whatever comes to mind.
“Professional CSS XHTML Techniques” — London, UK on Saturday, 4 June 2005. Hope to see you there!