Bytes Conference, Brighton

What is Bytes?

Bytes is a web-industry focused mini-conference to be held at Lighthouse, a hub for creative industries in the centre of Brighton on 22nd September 2016.

If you are just starting out, or an industry professional, this affordable mini-conf will help you gain insight from our four keynote speakers, with topics ranging from development and design to workflows and performance tips.

Every penny raised will be donated to charity. By attending this mini-conf you are helping a great cause. Go you!

There will also be a chance for you to win some excellent swag - make sure you bring some extra pennies to be in with a chance of walking away with some prizes.

Who are we raising money for?

Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9-11. Run by volunteers, Code Clubs focus on giving 9-11 year olds the opportunity to make things with computers and is part of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

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Who's speaking?


7:00pm Doors open
7:20pm Bytes 2016 starts

Peter O'Shaughnessy

Progressive Web Apps and the biggest browser you’ve probably never thought of
8:00pm A short presentation from Code Club
8:15pm Break

Lisa Freeman

Regulation and privacy: what might be coming?

Mike Street

The Digital Bucket List for People in the Web
9:30pm Break

Graeme Robinson

Autism and The Web
10:15pm Raffle!
11:00pm Doors close

Where is it?

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