These technologies have become central to all kinds of development, beyond just building websites. If you're building web applications, designing for mobile devices, or working with the web's evolving infrastructure, you need to keep up with the proliferation of new technology that's driving the web forward in all the forms it takes.
At Fluent, you'll immerse yourself in learning and engage with the wider web community. Fluent's speakers are people who are working with—and sometimes building—the same technologies you use. Fluent offers a variety of forums for learning, from immersive tutorials and sessions with experts to the "hallway track" between sessions where attendees informally connect and share questions, knowledge, and perspectives with their peers.
If you're working on the modern web—whether you're independent or part of a large team—and you want to gain hands-on learning, make meaningful connections, and share ideas across communities, then Fluent is the place for you. If you want to grow more fluent in speaking the language of the global, expanding, maturing web, we invite you to join us at Fluent!
Fluent is a place to find your tribe and to connect with other communities and people you've always wanted to meet. Whether you're a regular at conferences and your local meetup or you're completely new to the conference scene, Fluent provides different opportunities for you to interact with people in the wider web community.
Everyone involved in building the modern web, from beginners to seasoned veterans:
Tammy Everts is a senior researcher and evangelist at SOASTA. She studies the technical, business, and human sides of web/application performance and shares her findings via countless blog posts, presentations, case studies, articles, and reports. She also manages the popular industry blog the Performance Beacon.
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