This week's feature speaker is: Matt Gifford
Matt is the lead developer and provider of tailored consultancy services for Monkeh Works Ltd. Matt specialises in ColdFusion, however has extensive development experience in other languages. He loves automating workflows and processes. He is an expert contributor to .net magazine, writer for Web Designer magazine and author of Object-Oriented Programming in ColdFusion and PhoneGap Mobile Application Development Cookbook Matt is also a regular speaker and has presented and taught at conferences such as Future of Web Design, Adobe MAX, CF Objective and Scotch on the Rocks. He is the Adobe User Group Manager for Hertfordshire, an Adobe Community Professional and a member of the ColdFusion Advisory Board Matt was shortlisted for the .net Magazine 2011 net awards under the Developer of the Year category, and was the winner of the 2012 Critter awards from ubelly.com, under the Next Big Thing” category.
Q & A with Matt
What made you want to speak at Into The Box 2015?
What does web development mean to you?
Anything you want to experience during the conference?
What advice would you give to your younger self, knowing what you know now?
This year's lineup of speakers has lots of quality, what other session(s) are you looking forward to attending?
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