It's been four months since the Polyglot Gathering in Bratislava, and I missed out on Langfest in Montreal in August, so Polyglot Conference is a must-go for me. Reykjavík in late-October is going to be freezing, exhilarating magic. Looking forward to reconnecting with some of the fantastic people from the polyglot community!
Ég er enn að vinna á tungumálakunnáttu mína í undirbúningi.
Put in a submission to the CFP, and still holding out for a last-minute addition, so talk is TBD.
Dimitris Polychronopoulos (Yozzi.com) and I will be hosting a panel examining language learning in Post-Brexit UK at London's Language Show as part of their Seminar Programme for language and education professionals.
Our panel will be focussing on the current state of language education in the post-Brexit UK, and concrete strategies for keeping language lessons fun and interesting, as well as cultivating and fostering multilingual- and polyglot-friendly atmospheres in the classroom.
The Seminar Programme is subject to a nominal additional fee outside of the Language Show's free admission, however we invite you as part of our community to receive a 10% discount on that fee, which will admit you for £9. You can take advantage of this discount and the Seminar Programmes fantastic selection of sessions here. Feel free to share the link!
Find out more about the panel session here.
Perfectly Portable v2.0 will be making its debut at Fronteers 10 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands!
I'm excited to be presenting this expanded, updated version of my talk on how the Japanese development mobile web has shaped how we approach mobile web development to this day. I'll be incorporating feedback from past presentations, and looking forward to going deeper into the topic, with a look at how similar test-markets are working today.
More on Perfectly Portable v2.0 here
Got an idea about something you'd like to see me cover in this version of Perfectly Portable? Let me know in the comments below, or via Twitter or other social media, or email.
It's been almost exactly 18 months since the last time I got up onstage to do a stand-up set. It's not from lack of nagging by Francesco. I'm back in beautiful Tallinn, Estonia for a business trip and to check out the midsummer Jaanipäev celebration I keep hearing so much about. Francesco decided to come a long for a week for our first trip together and see what I'd been going on and on about. I thought it might be a nice idea to see if there's an open mic Francesco could do and consulted my dear friend, the man who knows everyone in Tallinn.
Somehow I got sucked into it too... 55% to make Francesco happy, 45% just to get back on stage and remember what it feels like to bomb. Got to break the seal sometime.
More info here
Join me and Team Lingvist in historic Bratislava for the summer camp of polyglot events, the Polyglot Gathering! I'll be presenting on AI and polyglots, and how current technology is not only being fostered by polyglots but highlighting how important we are to its development for language education. More here.
You can catch my session Friday, June 2 from 15:00-16:00 in the Language Mentoring Room.