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London Workshop Filling Up!

I just talked with Ryan, organizer of the XHTML and CSS Workshop happening in London on Saturday, 4 June 2005, and he says there are only a few seats left—there were but seven when he contacted me on Friday, but for all I know it’s fewer now (and no doubt it is if you’re reading this post in the archives, instead of when it was first published).

Thanks to the very strong registration numbers, Ryan is seriously considering adding another day.  If that happens, it will mean the Saturday session is all sold out, so if you want to attend that day, you’d better get your reservation in quickly.  We’ll spend the day learning about the ins and outs of standards-based design, as well as chewing over attendee questions and generally having fun while we learn a ton.  And don’t forget about the exclusive Survival Kit CD-ROM that all attendees will receive.

All in all, a good time is in the offing, and it’s yours… but only if you grab a seat.

Update | 22 Apr 05: the Saturday session has sold out, and the Friday session has been scheduled.  Registration is open!

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    • #1
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    • Mon 18 Apr 2005
    • 1619
    Andy Baker wrote in to say...

    Boy do I want to go to this! Will one ever be held in the US? As of April 18, 4:10pm EST, there were two seats left…Have fun Eric!

    • #2
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    • Tue 19 Apr 2005
    • 1826
    PurplePenny wrote in to say...

    Please can I a throw temper tantrum? My workplace won’t pay. BOO HOO!

    • #3
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    • Tue 19 Apr 2005
    • 1916
    John Hoare wrote in to say...

    I just wish I could afford to go. Bah.

    I’d ask my work, but I don’t think they’d see web design as part of my vital arsenal of shelf-stacking skills.

    • #4
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    • Wed 20 Apr 2005
    • 0419
    PurplePenny wrote in to say...

    OK. There’s obviously a market for a cheapy, cheapy version of this. Eric, how about coming over, sleeping on the floor of my flat: I’ll hire the local scout hut and you can give us a presentation with a flip chart and a few post it notes ;-) No? Oh, now what put you off?

    • #5
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    • Wed 20 Apr 2005
    • 1749
    Geoffrey Sneddon wrote in to say...

    Sold Out… Well, I couldn’t escape from school and find £395 anyway. Oh well.

    • #6
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    • Wed 20 Apr 2005
    • 2028
    Andy Baker wrote in to say...

    I’m with PurplePenny on this! I have a really comfortable couch, and could find a space for it; not to mention the fact that my little town has some pretty fun bars… :)

    • #7
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    • Fri 22 Apr 2005
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    clint wrote in to say...

    woot! congratz on the fillin the house.. with all this popularity you might just come back to the US as sir eric meyer ;)

    • #8
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    • Sat 23 Apr 2005
    • 2159
    Geoffrey Sneddon wrote in to say...

    Well, seeming anything Bill Gates is, Eric Meyer is 2 more, he should already be a knight :D

    • #9
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    • Thu 19 May 2005
    • 0422
    Jesper Rønn-Jensen wrote in to say...

    Just booked one of the seven seats levt for the friday workshop. I’m really looking forward to this workshop.

    See ya!


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