London CSS/XHTML Workshop

Published 9 years, 7 months ago

Hey all, and especially those of you in the EU: I’m going to be doing an all-new one-day workshop in London in early March via the offices of Carson Workshops, for whom I’ve done workshops in the past.  Previously I’ve done two-day gigs with a beginner-to-intermediate skill range, but this time we’re trying something different.  I’m going to get down and dirty with some tough topics, and really push hard at the limits of what CSS and semantic markup can do.

You can get the details at the CW site, and note the special price for the first quarter of the seats.  That’s right, this will be a small, intimate workshop, with plenty of chances for questions about and challenges to what I’m saying.  Previous workshops have featured some really great conversations among everyone there, and I expect the same this time around.

I had meant to blog this before life intervened and took me out of my wifi cloud (and more on that soon), so time is a little more of the essence than usual—if you know someone who you think might be interested, pass the word on, willya?  Thanks!


  1. I saw that last week and booked my seat almost immediately: that was exactly the kind of workshops I was looking for.
    I am really looking forward to it!

  2. Will you be doing one of these near Boston anytime? Sounds wonderful!

  3. up for a pint?

  4. why not in belgium ? :( or the netherlands…?

  5. Melanie: I’m looking forward to it too! Thanks for signing up!

    Chris: No current plans to do one near Boston, but we’ll see.

    Bruce: In theory, absolutely. In practice, I’ll check my schedule and get back to you.

    lijn: For the same reason it isn’t happening in France, Canada, or Asia– because it’s being held in London.

  6. Wish there was something with Eric coming to ATL soon. Nothing like that ever really comes this way, but it would really be nice. Thanks for all of the work and effort you publish on here, and elsewhere. I really like learning, and seem to learn great from your examples. Thank you very much.

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