W3C secures sponsorship from Google, Adobe

Thursday 20 October 2011 | 12:30 CET | News
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has secured sponsorships from Google as the gold sponsor and Adobe as the silver sponsor for its W3c Organization Sponsors. W3C will use the donations to support training, documentation, tools and outreach to web professionals. Organisation sponsors will get consulting and promotion gains including recognition at W3C's upcoming Technical Plenary, the annual meeting when the W3C Community meets face-to-face to resolve technical challenges.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: W3C
Countries: World
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