REMIX 2011 Australia call for content

Ok, we’re very close to locking in REMIX|2011 and we want you!

For the uninitiated, REMIX is all about the web. Web technologies, web platforms, web thinkers, web trends, web do’es and Microsoft. It is an all inclusive lovefest that has become the must attend web event for Microsoft devs and non-ms devs alike.

If you want to speak at our wonderful conference, the time is now!

We’re looking for peeps who are most excellent in the following areas:

  • The open web: HTML5/CSS/SVG etc
  • UX stuff: Silverlight, WPF, Flash, Expression etc
  • Web platforms + tools: ASP.NET, MVC, Azure, PHP etc
  • Mobile: WP7, iPhone, tablets mobile UX etc
  • Anything tech or other that you want to pitch and that is webby and awesome

Man, it’s an exciting time to be in our industry!
I had over 100 submissions last year, so I suggest we get chatting sooner rather than later. Operators are standing by, please submit your idea for a session to me directly

Looking forward to hearing form you.

Please meet

So very excited to finally show off I worked with EMI and Hyro to build it. Well, I lie they did all the heavy lifting, I cheered from the sidelines.

Way out wars is an interactive music discovery game that challenges your music knowledge and lets you then challenge friends online.

It’s awesome quirky, it features frozen chickens and its all HTML5 baby!

Please do check it out (warning, it is quite addictive and needs a modern browser)

I also got a chance to sit down with the man with the plan him self, Vaughan Knight and had a quick chat about his experience building the thing. Also, check out his blog post with details on his thoughts about using HTML5 and building something this cool.

Please meet web thinkers

I had this idea ages ago. Wouldn’t it be great to ask 9 smart people the same 9 questions. Then be able to play the answers back in any order and choose what’s relevant to you?

9×9 was born. And ta-da… today, we’ve unleashed it to the world.

Check it

Please have a play and tell me what you think. I’m hoping people enjoy it enough that it encourages us to to it again.

Mega thanks to the interviewees Nick Holmes a Court, Graham Weldon, Mick Liubinskas, John Allsopp, Gaven Morris, Iain McDonald, Angus Kidman, Jess Greenwood and Russ Weakley.

And to my friends at Soap Creative. Thanks for helping pull this off in the ridiculously short time we had to do it in.

Ohh, and it’s all HTML5 video. But more on that another day, perhaps at REMIX 🙂