Webstock is a web technology conference held in Wellington, New Zealand featuring a range of high profile speakers covering a variety of web-related topics such as accessibility, usability, ethnographic design and development practices. Webstock began in 2005 and was created by a small non-profit group (consisting of Mike Brown, Natasha Hall, Debbie Sidelinger and Ben Lampard).

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  • Webstock is a web technology conference held in Wellington, New Zealand featuring a range of high profile speakers covering a variety of web-related topics such as accessibility, usability, ethnographic design and development practices. Webstock began in 2005 and was created by a small non-profit group (consisting of Mike Brown, Natasha Hall, Debbie Sidelinger and Ben Lampard).
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