CSS Dev Conference Denver


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You get $50 off with coupon code AWWWARDS on regular tickets

CSS Dev Conf features some of the most well-known people in CSS making sure you get you get practical, actionable content. It's goint to take place in the The Stanley Hotel boasts: spectacular views in every direction and is less than six miles away from Rocky Mountain National Park. Multiple renovations have restored this 140-guest room hotel to its original grandeur. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a member of Historic Hotels of America, The Stanley Hotel continues as the most prominent fixture in Estes Park, Colorado.

The hotel is a 1.5 hour drive from the Denver International Airport (DEN). We have arranged a special rate of $63.75 round trip with Estes Park Shuttle. Call 970-586-5151 for reservations making sure to mention The CSS Dev Conference to get the discounted fare.

To reserve your room at a discounted rate, call +1 (800) 976-1377 and ask for "CSS Dev Conference" discount or reserve your room online. Limited number of rooms available at discounted rate. Rooms are expected to go fast.


  • Eric Meyer

    Eric Meyer has been working with the web since late 1993 and is an internationally recognized expert on the subjects of HTML, CSS, and web standards. A widely read author, he is the founder of Complex Spiral Consulting, which counts a wide variety of corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies among its clients and is, along with Jeffrey Zeldman, the co-founder of An Event Apart.

  • Nicole Sullivan

    Nicole's approach to front-end development is encapsulated in her OOCSS framework — a modular and maintable way of building interfaces on the web. She also made CSS Lint, a piece of opinated software to help developers write CSS to the highest standard.

  • Jonathan Snook

    "I am a creator of striking designs, impeccable markup and code, and forward-thinking ideas and applications. | From front-end work to hardcore server-side challenges, I share tips, tricks and bookmarks on snook.ca, along with other publications online and offline. I've also coauthored two acclaimed books: Accelerated DOM Scripting with Ajax, APIs, and Libraries, and the approachable, widely-read The Art and Science of CSS."


  • Rachel Nabors

    Rachel Nabors is a front end developer, CSS fanatic, and award-winning cartoonist. She has given talks on topics ranging from how comics apply to UX to building animated music videos with CSS and HTML5. A serial tea abuser, she can be found, late at night, drawing her own loading spinners and coercing CSS to do things it really shouldn't do.