MinneWebCon is two days of grassroots knowledge-sharing for people who create, work with, and love the web.
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? Contact Dan Kunitz 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
- Eryn O’Neil: @eryno
- Gabe Ormsby: @gormsby
- Antoinette Smith: @TheSuss
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