W3C Conf 2013 stream
Feb 21, 2013     14:41:45

W3Conf is W3C's an­nual confer­ence for web pro­fes­sion­als. If you are a web devel­op­er or designer want­ing to hear the lat­est news on HTML5, CSS, the open web platform and your place in it, come join us!

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Thursday:

  1. Doug Schepers & Janet Swisher: Web Platform Docs and Community
  2. Alexis Deveria: Yes, you can: The top web features from caniuse.com you can use today
  3. Parashuram Narasimhan: Get off my Internets – Writing for Web pages for the offline world
  4. Vicki Murley: Know Your Platform: Desktop vs. Mobile
  5. Kit Cambridge: EcmaScript Next: The Subtleties of ES 6
  6. Alexandru Chiculita: The Making of CSSFilterLab
  7. Jacob Rossi: Pointing Forward
  8. CJ Gammon: Do androids read electric books?
  9. Lea Verou: More CSS Secrets: Another 10 things you may not know about CSS

Friday:

  1. Joshua Davis: Beyond Play: the Art of Creative Coding
  2. Léonie Watson: Design like you give a damn: Practical accessibility for web professionals
  3. Brad Hill: HTML5 Security Realities
  4. Ariya Hidayat: Fluid User Interface with Hardware Acceleration
  5. Luz Caballero: Device (dis)orientation?
  6. Tomomi Imura: Mobile Web: Real Life Examples of HTML5 for Mobile
  7. Nicolas Gallagher: Questioning best practices
  8. Eric Meyer: The Era of Intentional Layout

Every talk lasts 40 minutes and there is a 10 minute break between talks.


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