May 12th, 2010

WebVisions 2010: All the webby goodness at which you can shake a digital stick… and it could be free for you


WebVisions 2010: All the webby goodness at which you can shake a digital stick… and it could be free for you

Well well well. It’s about that time. One more week and all of the Web aficionados will be descending upon Portland for WebVisions, the premier Portland Web conference now in its tenth year.

It’s a chance to see people like Merlin Mann, Agnieszka Gasparska, and Luke Williams. As well as any number of local favorites. And now, you have the opportunity to see all those folks for free.

The kind folks at WebVisions have offered to raffle off the following fabulous prizes to Silicon Florist readers.

All you need to do to enter is:

  1. Follow @wv2010
  2. Send a reply to @wv2010 with the answer to the following question: “Which do you think are the three most visionary web or mobile companies?”
  3. Mark your answer with the hashtag #sfwv

Oh. And you have to get that done before you head over to Beer and Blog this week. Winners will be drawn at random.

What do you stand to win? Well, I’m glad you asked.

WebVisions: Hands-On Map Scripting Workshop

Your users are somewhere. Find them and put your website on the map. Location data is pervasive and whether you have a business or a personal blog, your site can take advantage by incorporating informative, interactive maps. Adam Duvander shows you how to add some “where” to your website with this mapping APIs workshop, which will be held on Wed., May 19 from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm at the Oregon Convention Center, D Series Meeting Rooms.

WebVisions Conference Pass

Explore the future of web design, technology, user experience and business strategy with an all-star lineup of over 60 speakers. The Conference Pass gives you access to all of the sessions, keynotes and panels from Thurs., May 20th to Fri., May 21st. WebVisions is held at the Oregon Convention Center, D Series Meeting Rooms.

WebVisions T-shirt

The t-shirt features this year’s fun design. It’s made of 100% cotton and printed in the USA.

Come on. You know you want to go. And a free pass could be only a tweet away.

For more information, visit WebVisions.

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One Response to “WebVisions 2010: All the webby goodness at which you can shake a digital stick… and it could be free for you”

  1. Scott says:

    Who ended up winning? This looks like a great conference!


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