This post comes a little late off the mark, as Work in the Web 2015 actually ended almost 4 weeks ago but our feet have barely touched the ground since!
For those who aren’t aware, Work in the Web is a free 3-day intensive workshop for students where we aim to teach an array of subjects that are often lacking in formal education programmes – things like Sass, Git, and responsive design.
I want to extend our thanks to our wonderful sponsors who made allowed us to make the event such a fantastic occasion – Campaign Monitor, Prolific North, Code School, Orchard, and Hey!. It wouldn’t have been nearly as successful without you all.
We’re also incredibly grateful for the wonderful Chris Murphy who went out of his way to help support the event across all 3 days, delivered a fantastic talk of Design for the Web, as well as speaking about his approach to education in our industry at the Hey! pre-party.
This year was the second year running the event and it was a great success; here’s what just a few people had to say:
— Anthony (@antjtw) January 23, 2015
— Abigail Nelson (@abiscribble) January 23, 2015
— Tom de Wit (@ttomdewit) January 24, 2015
— Christopher Murphy (@fehler) January 23, 2015
We’re already super excited to start planning Work in the Web 2016, so be sure to follow @workintheweb on Twitter to hear more later in the year.