Future of Apps London

Here at we love apps. As you may know we already publish our weekly app reviews, where we critique apps that can potentially benefit you and your work, with recent pieces such as Account Tracker, GDrive and World Card.

The Future of Web Apps London conference started in 2006, and since has grown and become even bigger and better. Still ‘the mission stays the same: ‘shining a spotlight on the next generation of web superstars and cutting edge technologies.’

It was only right that Future of Web Apps London caught our eye. The event brings together the leading web and mobile devotees to discuss the platforms, technologies and business skills needed to launch the next generation of apps.

Featuring more than 40 educational sessions and four full-day workshops to aid developers and entrepreneurs alike on commencing their new projects along side their peers. Future of Apps London is definitely a great place for app designers, founders and developers to connect and share their app wisdom, as well as getting an insight into what’s likely for the next 12 months.

As well as some great speakers, such as Jeffery Zeldman, the “King of Web Standards”, and Ben Hammersley, the editor of Wired UK, the event also hosts the ‘App it out’ competition. This gives three finalists the chance to win two free passes the event and a 5-minute slot on the main stage. While the overall winner receives an all expenses paid for a trip and full speaking gig at the company’s main event next year in Las Vegas: Future Insights Live 2012. 

If you’re a designer or developer in London or the UK during the 15-17 of October, you shouldn’t miss the Future of Apps London event.


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