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The Panel

Mining Institute

Remember, remember 🔥

Remember, remember, the 5th of November. It’s bonfire night, Sam’s mum’s birthday, and—most importantly—the next Frontend NE event!.

There will be no talks, no speakers, and no pizza. Just kidding 😜, we totally still have pizza. We will however be replacing the usual two-talk format with a panel. We’ve invited three guys—who really know their stuff—to come along and answer your questions.

The Panel

First up we have net awards’ Young Designer of the Year, Dan Edwards. He’s a co-founder of both No Divide and Oozled. You may have seen him speaking a a conference or two. He’s also the host of #letstalkdesign where we totally got this panel/Q&A idea from. Got a question on design? Dan’s the man.

Joining Dan is his partner in crime, Ryan Taylor. He also co-founded No Divide and Oozled and is a big contributor to net Magazine. He’s recently written a book for Five Simple Steps, ‘Version Control with Git’ which I’d highly recommend. You can see Dan and Ryan on the special episode of #letstalkdesign. Want to know what it’s like running a remote agency? Ask Ryan.

We also have the North East’s very own, Richard Powell. Richard is in charge of the product UI at Server Density, a HUGE Backbone & React application. He’s also a proficient speaker and giver of workshops on pretty much anything Javascript. I’ve been to one of his Backbone workshops before, and this guy knows his stuff. If your interested in Javascript, direct your questions to Richard.

Questions

All good panel discussions need questions! There are a few ways you can get your questions to us:

  1. 1 - Tweet us
  2. 2 - Email us
  3. 3 - Fill out this form

Make sure your question has been submitted with a week to spare to ensure it’s in with a chance of being put to the panel.

Just in case you’re not sure about what to ask, here’s an episode of #letstalkdesign inspire you:

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Tickets

Tickets are up for grabs here 11:00 on the 29th of October. Make sure you're on the mailing list and you'll get a reminder email on the morning of the 29th.

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