Join us on April 9 at the historic Melbourne Arts House for the first CSSConf in Australia. Let’s bring together the designers and developers creating the future face of the web.
CSSConf will revolve around the Melbourne Arts House, a nineteenth century, Victorian-era heritage building with cobblestone entry ways and a beautiful barrel-vaulted ceiling. It's located at 5 Blackwood St, North Melbourne, a short walk from the Queen Victoria Market and trams heading in and out of the city.
Let the fun starts before the conference even begins! Join your fellow CSSConf friends at the Melbourne Zoo for a night-time interactive tour. You will explore the zoo in small groups while being guided by a mysterious device, hearing stories about the animals and learning secrets of the zoo at nightfall. It’ll be exciting, thought provoking and most importantly, an adventure that you won’t forget.
After a day of inspiring talks it’s time to relax and unwind! We will have food and drinks all prepared, so you just need to come on down and have a good time with old and new friends. We will also be sharing the party with our friends from JSConf so if you’re attending JSConf as well, it’ll be a great way for you to meet the people there before the conference begins. Don’t forget your name badge.
The fun just keeps going! After CSSConf and JSConf, hang out with the presenters and attendees from both conferences for another day at our open community hack day. See or give a lightning talk, hack on a project, or just enjoy a cool drink and chat at the outdoor bar. It’ll be a free event for CSSConf and JSConf attendees.
Visit decompress.com.au for all the details.
This event would simply not be possible without the generous support of these fantastic companies:
We’re looking for more fantastic companies to help support this event. If your organisation could help, please drop an email to sponsors@THISDOMAIN for more details.
We’re a small group of designers and developers who, just like you, spend most of our time in a web inspector. We’ve all been involved in running community events in the past, including JSConf, RubyConf, SydCSS, and Rails Camp, but we’re keen to make this event a little different.
All organisers, sponsors and attendees are required to follow the conference code of conduct.
Cssconf Ltd. is a registered Australian non-profit organisation (ABN 167 583 066)