The schedule for dConstruct 2022

This was originally posted on my own site.

The last ever dConstruct will happen just over three weeks from now, on Friday, September 9th.

That’s right — if you don’t have your ticket for this event, you won’t get another chance. The conference with its eye on the future will become a thing of the past.

dConstruct is going to go out with a bang, a veritable fireworks display of mind bombs. A calligrapher, a writer, a musician, and a nueroscientist will be on the line-up alongside designers and technologists.

Here’s the schedule for the day:

8:30Registration begins 9:50Opening remarks 10:00George Oates 10:30Lauren Beukes 11:00Break 11:30Seb Lester 12:00Daniel Burka 12:30Lunch 14:00Sarah Angliss 14:30Matt Webb 15:00Break 15:30Léonie Watson 16:00Anil Seth 16:30Closing remarks

So the first talk starts at 10am and the last talk finishes at 4:30pm — all very civilised. Then we can all go to the pub.

There isn’t an official after-party but we can collectively nominate a nearby watering hole — the Unbarred taproom perhaps, or maybe The Hare And Hounds or The Joker — they’re all within cat-swinging distance of The Duke Of York’s.

Lunch isn’t provided but there are some excellent options nearby (and you’ll have a good hour and a half for the lunch break so there’s no rush).

The aforementioned Joker has superb hot wings from Lost Boys Chicken (I recommed the Rufio sauce if you like ’em spicy, otherwise Thuddbutt is a good all ‘rounder).

The nearby Open Market has some excellent food options, including Casa Azul for superb Mexican food, and Kouzina for hearty Greek fare.

And the famous Bardsley’s fish’n’chips is just ‘round the corner too.

So there’ll be plenty of food for the soul to match the food for your brain that’ll be doled up at dConstruct 2022.

This was originally posted on my own site.

A web developer and author living and working in Brighton, England. Everything I post on Medium is a copy — the originals are on my own website, adactio.com

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Jeremy Keith

A web developer and author living and working in Brighton, England. Everything I post on Medium is a copy — the originals are on my own website, adactio.com