MinneWebCon is two days of grassroots knowledge-sharing for people who create, work with, and love the web. The conference will be at the McNamara Alumni Center in Minneapolis, MN on April 25-26, 2016.
MinneWebCon premiered in 2008 as an outgrowth of the University of Minnesota’s intercollegiate Web Standards Group. MinneWebCon brings together web professionals from all corners of the industry: public sector employees from higher education to non-profits, private sector employees from Fortune 500 companies to small agencies and one-person shops. With two days of sessions and workshops anchored by innovative keynotes from industry leaders, MinneWebCon has become a key event in the Twin Cities’ tech community.
Values & Code of Conduct
Our committee is dedicated to making MinneWebCon a welcoming space for all attendees. Read our values & code of conduct.
Interested in sponsoring MinneWebCon? The 2016 Sponsorship Menu is nearly ready. Till then, contact Willy Lee with your idea.
Volunteer Planning Committee
The planning committee is a mixture of private- and public-sector web people.
- Amanda Costello: @amandaesque
- Eric Eklund: @eeklund
- Peter Fleck: @pfhyper
- Aimee Gonzalez-Cameron: @agc0610
- Jess Horwitz: @jesshorwitz
- Sara Hurley: @saralovesyou
- Zach Johnson: @zacharyjohnson
- Dan Kunitz: @dkunitz
- Kristofer Layon: @klayon
- Willy Lee: @advicepig
- Gabe Ormsby: @gormsby
- Antoinette Smith: @ant_auth
- Danny Sussman: @TheSuss
For questions about MinneWebCon: