Fri 14 Sep 2007
It is the hope of the WWW2008 Tutorials Program Committee that this blog can serve to help all persons involved with and interested in the WWW2008 tutorial program by providing a more approachable and effective way to communicate and plan the program. Our goal is quite simple – to provide WWW2008 conference attendees with the best possible and most stimulating tutorial program that we can.
Note: You are welcome to leave your comments by clicking on the “comments” link under each blog entry. Welcome to the blog for the WWW2008 Tutorials Program …
* The Tutorials Chair also maintains his own blog for WWW2008.
Welcome to the blog for the WWW2008 Tutorials Program. The purpose of this blog page is to give more in-depth and updated information on the tutorials program. Please do bookmark this page and site if you are interested in submitting a tutorial proposal, making a suggestion about the tutorials program, or gaining specific information about the program.
Tutorials have long been a vital component of the WWW conference series. Some of the first tutorials on technologies that we now take for granted today (e.g., Java) were presented at WWW conferences. Many attendees to past conferences have found their first exposure to important technologies and concepts have come through the conference tutorial program. Some Web “subject matter experts and gurus” got their start by presenting tutorials in the conference series. Therefore we can all benefit from an outstanding collection of tutorials.