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Macromedia Launches Web Conference

45 sessions focus on Web design and application development By Dave Nagel
Macromedia today announced Macromedia Web World 2001, which will be held Sept. 17 to 20 at the San Francisco Hilton. Web World is a four-day event focusing on designing and developing Web content for multiple platforms. Kevin Lynch, president of Macromedia products, and Jeremy Allaire, CTO for Macromedia, will give the event's opening keynote.

The conference will feature 45 conference sessions and more than 25 speakers, including members of the Macromedia development team and independent industry experts. Jared Spool, a founding partner of User Interface Engineering will also keynote. The conference faculty includes Dreamweaver authors Joseph Lowery and Al Sparber; Lisa Lopuck; Kelly Goto, who will discuss workflow and project-management with Macromedia Sitespring; Flash developers Manuel Clement, Samuel Wan and Joe Sparks; and more. The conference is chaired and will be hosted by Jim Heid, a contributing editor of Macworld magazine and columnist for The Los Angeles Times.

The show, which also features product exhibitions and an opening party, is broken down across six events: The Dreamweaver Conference, Fireworks Focus Day, Shockwave Summit, The Macromedia Flash Conference, the Dynamic Publishing Summit and the Macromedia Usability Summit.

The cost of registration is $1,595 through Aug. 15. Day passes are also available. For more information, visit

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