Personally, I had the time of my life. Literally. The one-two punch of Brighton SF and dConstruct was one of the best couple of days I’ve ever had in my life.
But the day after dConstruct 2012 I remember waking up and thinking “ah, shit …how am I ever going to top that?”
- The funny and geeky Adam Buxton,
- The cyborg anthropologist Amber Case,
- Hacker and tinkerer Dan Williams,
- Security cyberpunk Keren Elazari,
- The future-friendly Luke Wroblewski,
- My favourite writer on the web, Maciej Cegłowski,
- The queen of CSS, Nicole Sullivan, and
- Friend to the robots, Sarah Angliss.
I think you’ll agree that’s not your typical conference line up. It’s going to be great! And it’s going to be a lot of fun. Trust me.
Trust is something I feel I’ve earned after last year’s tour-de-force. Last year’s line-up was pretty unusual too, but it worked superbly. Now I’ve got to make sure that I don’t squander the trust I earned.
So if you came to dConstruct last year, I don’t need to tell you why you should come back this year.
If you didn’t make it to last year’s dConstruct, you can make up for it this year. You don’t want to miss out two years in a row now, do you?
Tickets will go on sale in a few weeks time. I’ll announce the exact date soon. I’ll also be updating the information about the workshops we’ll be running this year.
And if you’re planning to come to Brighton for dConstruct, make sure to stick around for the weekend. The Brighton Digital Festival is happening again this September. That means a Maker Faire, meetups, hack events, and art shows all around town.
See you on the first Friday of September!