(This is a sponsored post.)
I'm so excited to be heading to Zürich, Switzerland for Front Conference (Love that name and URL!). I've never been to Switzerland before, so I'm excited about that, but of course, the web nerd in me is excited to be at the conference with lots of fellow webfolk. Some old friends, but mostly new people I've never met before but admire their work. Yessssss.
I cracked open DevTools on their speaker page and re-arranged the layout so I could take some screenshots of the incredible lineup:
If you're able to make it, come! As you know I'm bullish on conferences and their ability to get you thinking and feeling more connected to the web design and development community.
I'll be there
I'll be opening the conference as the first talk on the first day (after the workshops on Wednesday). I've been thinking a lot about what has been happening to front-end development and what it is to be a front-end developer so I'll be talking about all that. I hope it's a nice broad start to a whole conference dedicated to the topic.
Can't go but want to watch it live?
Good idea! Perhaps you could schedule a bit of a brown bag at work?
Follow @frontzurich on Twitter and they'll be announcing how to watch the livestream the days of the conference (Thursday August 29th and Friday August 30th).
Want to see the talks from years past?
Here's one from Rachel last year: