New FOWA speakers announced!

The FOWA schedule is jam packed but we just had to make room for these 3 amazing speakers!

We are so pleased to announce that Chris Abad will be joining us to talk about The Future of Marketing Web Apps.

Chris Abad is the CEO at iList, creators of the overnight-sensation Twitter game, Spymaster. What started as a fun exploration of Twitter’s application platform for Chris and his team, has since taken over Twitter and become an addiction for thousands passionate users. At iList, Chris is responsible for overall strategy and direction of the company, as well as product concept and innovation.

Bruce Lawson from Opera will be speaking on The Future of HTML5.

Bruce evangelises Open Web Standards for Opera. He’s a member of the Web Standards Project’s Accessibility Task Force and the W3C Mobile Best Practices Working Group. Previously, he was technical lead for the Solicitors Regulation Authority site.

Finally Simon Wardley will be joining us again! Those of you who came along to FOWA 08 will remember Simon chairing the Biz track for us.

The companies that Simon has helped range in size from start-up operations to global conglomerates and have been geographically dispersed from Amsterdam and Athens to Barcelona, London and Warsaw. The consistent theme is Simon’s ability to provide practical, workable solutions and to bridge the gap between IT and business strategy.

Check out the speaker page to find out a bit more about each of them and to see who will be joining them!

Watch this space as we may have a few more up our sleeve very soon! 🙂

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