A massive thank you to the amazing companies without whom organising Webconf.asia would not be possible 💞
Netlify is the simplest way to build, deploy, and manage web projects on the JAMstack. We're changing the way the web is built by collapsing the modern front-end development process into a single, simplified workflow. Confidently deploy static sites and apps in just a few clicks and integrate dynamic features and functionality as your projects become more sophisticated.
Microsoft is the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
Adobe gives everyone — from emerging artists to global brands — everything they need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences. Creative Cloud gives you the entire collection of Adobe desktop and mobile apps, from essentials like Photoshop CC to Adobe XD CC.
Adobe XD tool is made for a fast and fluid UX design process, as it lets you go from idea to prototype faster. You can check out more inspiring projects created with Adobe XD on Behance. Sign up for the Adobe experience design newsletter to stay updated on the latest UX/UI design trends.
Google is an American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products. Apparently they do something with search and browsers and such.
They have a number of really helpful tools and services for web designers, developers and other professionals in the field. We really like their Designers vs. Developer Youtube series and are a fan of the Google developers Twitter account.
Wantedly is a Tokyo-based startup founded in 2010, with the mission to create a world where work meets passion. They do this by connecting like-minded companies and talents based on passion and interest, rather than pay and benefits.
With Wantedly's Job Portal you can discover and visit exciting companies to uncover the job you’re passionate about. Connect through Facebook or Linkedin or search through their joblist and visit a company soon.
GitHub brings together the world's largest community of developers to discover, share, and build better software. From open source projects to private team repositories, we're your all-in-one platform for collaborative development.
GitHub is how people build software. We’re supporting a community where more than 27 million* people learn, share, and work together to build software.
.asia is the official designated regional domain extension for Asia and the Pacific. It is a sponsored generic top-level-domain (gTLD) operated by the DotAsia Organisation Ltd. .asia is open to companies, individuals and organisations who have connection to the region. .Asia domains can be seen and used by international and Asian businesses; regional conferences and symposiums; as well as Asian artists and celebrities.
Mozilla are the proud non-profit champions of the Internet, helping to keep it healthy, open and accessible to all. Using the web as the platform, they build open, innovative technologies that allow developers to work free of closed, corporate ecosystems and create faster, safer web experiences for us all.
If you have been building websites for a long time, or you want to learn building websites, The Mozilla Developer Network is an excellent resource. You might also want to check out A-Frame, a web framework for building virtual reality experiences.
YOW!'s vision is to connect international speakers to tech communities across Australia and the Pacific region for the purpose of shared learning. They run full day conferences, depth-first workshops and community tech talk nights in Hong Kong, Singapore, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth throughout the year.
Since its foundation in 2008 by Dave Thomas, YOW! has run software developer events that have expanded to include other conferences focusing on specific niches including all things mobile, IoT, functional programming and many more. They hope to see you at their events!
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