about:events is a weekly round-up of upcoming events published every weekend. Here’s what’s happening next week:
Mar 14 & 15 – Munich, Germany
Yes, designers can code too. And yes, developers can design too. If you need proof, then visit us at UX Munich! It’s a two day conference about designing and implementing awesome user experiences. The program is focused on responsive web design techniques, great typography for the web and the importance of style guides. Over ten speakers will inspire you to learn new skills and experiment with new technologies. So if you care about building great products together, this is the conference for you.
Mar 12-14 – Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Talks, open discussions and social events – that’s the schedule of the first Mozilla meetup in Romania in 2013. This meeting gathers Romanian contributors from all over Romania and the Republic of Moldova.
Mar 16 – Sucre, Bolivia
Firefox OS is the upcoming operating system for mobile phones that will change the way you interact with the web on the go. Rather than only using apps on it, you can code them too! For the first time in Sucre, you can learn how to develop applications for Firefox OS in HTML5 and CSS3. So if you want to code your very first app that can run on any HTML5 platform, visit us at the Firefox OS App Workshop!
Mar 16 – Tunis, Tunisia
Mozilla welcomes anyone – regardless of gender, age, orientation or origin. WoMoz, short for Women & Mozilla, is a community that believes that the Internet must remain open, and that Open Source needs more women. The WoMoz Café in Tunis aims at spreading Mozilla’s technologies among Tunisian ladies and get them involved more in designing and coding. So visit us!
Mar 16 – Zamboanga City, Philippines
After the huge success of the Firefox OS App Day in Manila, a community meetup was organized in the Philippines. Under the motto “Zamboanga City goes Mobile – Open Source Style“, about 150 participants will be introduced to Mozilla, Firefox for Android, HTML5 and Firefox OS. So be a part of the meetup!
Mar 17 – Haldia, India
Meeting new contributors and telling them about various Mozilla projects is the goal of MozCamp @ HIT. It is one of the efforts to build a Mozilla community in Haldia, and one of the major objectives of this event is to make people aware about how they can change the web and make it a safer place.