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Brighton Digital Festival 2012 - Celebrating digital culture 01-30 September 2012
The PixelPyros Launch Event
It was great to see so many people at the launch event for Brighton Digital Festival 2012
. A massive thank you to Seb Lee-Delisle and everyone in the audience who participated to create such a spectacular show!
Want to discuss what makes our digital cluster tick?
Tales of a Creative City
Sallis Benney Theatre, Tue 11th. 18:30 - 22:00
At Tales of the Creative City, the Brighton Fuse research team will be sharing their thoughts and stories as well as the project’s early interpretations, answering questions and inviting feedback.
Brighton Fuse is a 2-year R & D project looking at how Brighton’s creative, digital and technology cluster functions. So if you’re interested in the project, want to hear interim findings about what people have said it’s like to work in Brighton, as well as hear from the key researchers and others involved with the project about what Brighton Fuse means for businesses, then register now
for one of the limited spaces.
Also don't miss
The Skiff, Sun 9th. 10:00 - 18:00
Visit The Skiff for an all day BarCamp-style gathering
of web creators building, discussing and sharing open web technologies that empower users to own their identities & content, helping to advance the state of the indie web.
Brighton Digital Marketing Festival
Various, Brighton, Wed 12th - Thu 13th. 9:00 - 17:00
Pure360 launched the Brighton Digital Marketing Festival (BDMF) in September 2011, in order to give marketers access to the huge digital talent we have in the South East. The BDMF ‘12 features as a key marketing event at the Brighton Digital Festival
Attendees can enjoy two days of free education starting with keynotes at the Brighton Dome, followed by workshops throughout Brighton and finishing with networking at the seafront located Fortune of War.
Async's "One Canvas" Hack Night - part two
The Skiff, Thu 13th. 19:15 - 22:00
There will be an infinitely scrollable & zoomable web page, where anyone can contribute digital art. Think generative computer graphics, tiny games, data-powered visualisations or anything interactive. This is a fun, relaxed, no-experience-necessary event to learn and play with new technologies in the web browser, hook up with other local artists, designers and developers, and get together to make something beautiful and unique
BAD Ass Drupal Weekender
The Skiff, Fri 14th - Sun 16th. 09:00 - 16:00
With over half a million contributing developers in 200+ countries, Drupal powers more than 2% of the web including sites as diverse as The White House, Amnesty International and MTVuk.
From single-page blogs to some of the world’s biggest sites, Drupal does it all with its scalable, open-source software. The Drupal weekender offers free & low-cost training on Friday, sessions on Saturday, and barcamp-style Sunday covering everything from basic installation to custom module development.
Visit the website for more details
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In other news
Free Marketing Conference: Brighton SEO
Wired Sussex have some free tickets to give away for BrightonSEO. This is a one day search marketing conference being held at the Brighton Dome on September the 14th. For your chance to win just email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email address, company and job title.