The agenda is here

We have finalized the agenda of the Web European Conference: there will be 4 tracks, 2 of which about JavaScript, one about ServerSide development and one about Cloud, with 4 sessions per track plus the keynote by Scott Hanselman.

Topics will range from AngularJs to ReactJS, from TypeScript to Reactive Extensions JS, from ASP.NET MVC 6 to how to learn a new language in an hour.

You can have a look at the full agenda on our website.

If you haven't registered, there are less than 200 places available, hurry up and register!

Hotel discounts and logistics

I guess many of you are already planning their trip to Milano, and for this we secured some discounts in hotels near the conference venue.

The first hotel is Hotel Arcimboldi, just a few minutes walk from the venue. We'll have a 15% discount by specifying the code EUROPEAN WEB CONFERENCE when booking via email at arcimboldi@bookingsolutions.it.

Same conditions also for the second hotel Idea Hotel Bicocca: 15% discount by specifying the code EUROPEAN WEB CONFERENCE when booking via email at bicocca@bookingsolutions.it .

How to get to Milano:

There are 3 airports in Milano: Malpensa, Linato, Orio al Serio (Bergamo). They are all more or less 50-70 minutes with public transports from Milano City Center, and the all cost between 6 and 12 euro.

  • From Malpensa: Once you arrive at the airport just follow the sign for Malpensa Express. There is a train every 30 minutes from 6am till 1:30am. You will arrive in Milano Central Station or in Milano Cadorna. And from there you have access to the subway.

You can also take the Malpensa Shuttle a bus that will take you to Milano Central Station.

  • From Linate: Public Bus n 72. This will take you to Piazza San Babila, a few minutes walk from Duomo, and with access to subway. You can also take the Air bus that will take you to Milano Central Station.

  • From Orio al Serio (Bergamo): Take the Orio Shuttle, a bus hat will take you to Milano Central Station.

Aperitivo

Big announcement: we are pleased to announce that the evening before the event, Friday 25th September, you'll have the chance to experience the traditional "Aperitivo alla Milanese" (Milan style happy-hour) which means that you'll have a buffet supper (and these can be both hot and cold dishes, pasta, pizza, focaccia, cheese, sausages and so on) that you get for free when buying a drink. If you ordered lunch or t-shirt for the conference, one of your drinks will be on us, which means that you'll eat and drink (one drink per person) for free: another reason to buy lunch for the conference.

Details will come later in August.

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