Web Exponents speaker series

September 29, 2009 8:29 pm | 4 Comments

Earlier this year I started a speaker series at Google that I call Web Exponents. The word “exponents” is used in the context of “a person who actively supports or favors a cause”. I even have a tagline: raising web technology to a higher power. Classic.

I post about these talks on the Google Code Blog. I recommend you subscribe to that blog, but in case you don’t, I wanted to cross-post here to make sure people catch the great talk by Chris Anderson on CouchDB.

Other speakers in the Web Exponents speaker series include:

Each blog post contains links to the video and slides for each talk. Keep your eye open for upcoming speakers in the next month or two.

4 Responses to Web Exponents speaker series

  1. Steve,

    When it is going to be the next Web Exponents talks?

    I am looking forward to hearing back from you.



  2. Steve,

    I was under the impression that Web Exponents was an event with all of these speakers talking in the same day, as far as I know these talks are hosted privately at Google but they are released publicly later.

    Just let me know if you have a public calendar of the speaker series I can take a look at.



  3. @Orlando: If you subscribe to the Web Exponents playlist on YouTube, you’ll find out about all the posted videos.

  4. Steve,

    I already subscribed to it. I love the content, thanks for the effort.