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Promo Add-on-Con — the annual Silicon Valley developer pow-wow dedicated to web browser extensions — is offering Reg readers a super-secret discount on this year's confab.

This year's conference has expanded into a two-day affair. The likes of Google, Mozilla, and Opera offer a wide range of developer tutorials on Wednesday, December 8, and the conference proper is set for Thursday, December 9. Speakers include Pascal Finette, director of Mozilla Labs; Google Chrome team lead Erik Kay; and Opera chief standard officer Charles McCathieNevile.

As usual, the conference will be held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

To claim your discount, key in "supersecretaddondiscount" as a discount code in registering. This will lop $50 off the registration price. Happy coding. ®

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