At the start of this month, I was very privileged to be asked to speak at Canvas Conf, I was absolutely honoured. Not only was it an amazingly well organised conference in a surprisingly lovely location, but also because of the magnitude of speakers that I got to speak with and meet!
The conference bought together creatives, developers and marketeers and was hosted by 383. Terry Ryan from Adobe opened with some new exciting stuff Adobe are doing with CSS - specifically Edge and CSS animation. Matt Andrews from The Guardian chatted about responsive design and how to tackle it. I was up next with my most common talk of this year - an Introduction to Firefox OS and how to start building apps for it. My only concern was I was so practised at the talk I forgot to slow down and so ended earlier than I should have :S Also that I had to follow Matt and precede Hannah Wolfe, who had some really interesting insights into building the publishing platform Ghost.
Earier this week I found myself in the middle of very flat Norfolk. Coming from the West Country I'm used to the middle of no-where and actually enjoyed walking down the non pavement road to Hethel Engineering Centre from my b&b.