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On Dublin's 2012 Web Summit

Posted: Oct. 31st, 2012  |  By Michael Pearse
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The Dublin Web Summit continued on its second day to cover Internet related topics, giving specific focus to 4chan, Corporate Culture and Yandex. Having only three years beneath its belt, the event featured an impressive array of attendees featuring talks from Matt Mickiewicz, Eamon Leonard, and Bas Van Den Beld amongst other big names in the field.

Last week I had the honour of attending the second day of the Dublin Web Summit held at the RDS in Dublin, Ireland. Considering that the Web Summit is really in its infancy being that this is only the third year the event has been running it is already a huge deal – touting 200+ speakers and 3000+ attendees over the two days.

The second day appealed to be because of the developer track they had running, being a code monkey I’m naturally drawn to talks by other coders, and who wouldn’t want the opportunity to hear greats such as Monty Widenius (of MySQL fame), Ilya Segalovich (co-founder of Yandex) and whilst not a developer (but I can’t hold that against him) your very own Bas Van Den Beld.


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