CSS Summit Returns for 5th Year

CSS Summit, the online and live conference focused on CSS, celebrates its fifth year this Summer.

In its first year, the conference luminaries such as Zoe Gillenwater, Stephanie Rewis, Nicole Sullivan, Molly Holschlag, and more were part of the line-up giving their expertise.

Attendees from all over the world took a chance on cutting edge conference meeting software.

And everyone complained about Internet Explorer.

CSS Summit this year reflects the maturity of web’s design language by stretching out to three days representing three tracks:

  • Day 1 focuses on CSS3
  • Day 2 focuses on Advanced Workflow
  • Day 3 focuses on Sass for CSS Preprocessors

From the start off talk by Web Standardista Estelle Weyl to the last presentation by Happy Cog’s Allison Wagner, over twenty great speakers are taking part… all on your desktop.

The future is pretty amazing.

But we probably will still complain about Internet Explorer.

CSS Dev Conf Call for Speakers is Open

The CSS Dev Conf is an annual gathering of the best and brightest minds in CSS, the design language of the web.

Continuing the tradition of holding the event in unique settings, this year’s CSS Dev Conf is situated in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado at beautiful The Stanley Hotel, which is part of the History Hotels of America.

The event is two days devoted to CSS and its super friends, including JavaScript, Sass, Compass, and more. Topics range from case studies, responsive web design techniques, infographics, automated testing, cutting edge CSS specs, to much, much more.

Featuring amazing speakers like Eric Meyer, Nicole Sullivan, Jonathan Snook, Estelle Weyl, Tab Atkins, the CSS Dev Conf speaker list is only just beginning to grow.

You could join the CSS Dev Conf speaker line up as the call for speakers is open right now.

Voting on speaker proposals is done through double-blind voting setup. It’s a popularity contest for great CSS content.

So, if you are someone who breathes CSS, I encourage you to submit a talk.

Or maybe you know someone who is CSS ninja?

Help spread the word and let them know about the CSS Dev Conf call for speakers.