On arrival in Brighton I was faced with a 10 minute uphill trudge in the rain. This was not an ideal start to the day but, before too long I had successfully navigated to my destination, which as had been pointed out to me a couple of days earlier “cannot be missed” due to a massive pair of stocking-clad legs sticking out of the roof. After a well needed cup of tea and two (yeah that’s right, two!) pain au chocolat I settled down into what must have been the most comfortable conference seat ever and prepared myself for the day’s talks.
Full Frontal 2009 Itinerary
- Christian Heilmann – Frontloaded and zipped up
- Peter-Paul Koch – W3C Widgets
- Stuart Langridge – The Future
- Todd Kloots – More accessible user interfaces with ARIA
- Jake Archibald – Optimising where it hurts
- Simon Willison – Node.js
A day of firsts…
Original presentation methods
All in all the conference was a wonderful success and I really hope it happens again in 2010. The night ended with what was possibly the best burger I have ever tasted and a few beers at the OHSO Social on Brighton beach. Higher resolution versions of my photos are available on flickr along with many others in the Full Frontal Conference pool.