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September 16, 2005

Web Essentials update

WE05, the second WebEssentials conference, is shaping up. We sold out some weeks ago, and are putting together the final pieces to eclipse even last year's wonderful event.

While the conference, as mentioned, is sold out, we do have some places left for Jeffrey Veen's workshop "Designing the Next Generation of Web Apps" which is held the day before at the same venue.

If you are involved with user interface design for the web, and web application design, this simply isn't to be missed. The day is also fully catered, and includes an evening reception, where you'll get the chance to meet with Jeffrey, your peers in our industry in Australia, and the speakers of WE05, including Eric Meyer, Molly Holzschlag, Douglas Bowman, Kelly Goto, Tantek Çelik, and Derek Featherstone.

And we'll even throw in an invitation to the WE05 conference party, the ollowing night - fully catered, a great opportunity to get to know even more people in your industry in Australia.

For more see the Adaptive Path or WebEssentials web sites.

But places are selling out, so please don't delay.

See you in a fortnight,

john

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