Presentation as given by Heydon Pickering on Responsive Day Out 3.
Responsive web design has engendered a wider conversation about how we build products that accommodate an increasing breadth of connected devices. This talk will suggest a framework within which we can model this continuing discussion, and outline the principles needed for our work to better respond to a rapidly changing world.
Solid presentation by @SaraSoueidan herself. Recently rebuilt a flash site using a SMIL animated SVG logo (embedded below). Presentations like these, packed with code and real examples, are very helpful.
Kick-ass presentation which Patrick Debois – the one and only – gave as a lecture to my students Web & Mobile Development. In the presentation he reflects on a recent high profile mobile app Small Town Heroes, the company he works at, launched:
This presentation shows how you can improve your mobile development cycle when you understand the devops feedback loop.
Great set of slides from my friend Bytte talking about the characteristics of a well-designed UI:
This talk will show how Ansible approaches configuration management, software deployment, remote execution and other tasks. We will examine how easy it is to get up and running and manage single or multiple concurrent servers in parallel, what are the differences to Puppet, Chef etc and how to customize Ansible to your needs.
I’m at Lahti University of Applied Sciences (Finland) right now for the “International iWeek”, organized by the Faculty of Technology.
Today I gave two sessions entitled “Why Game Developers Should Care about HTML5”, a reprise of a talk I first did back in 2013. You can check out the slides embedded below.
Slides with presenter notes – which might be a better option if you didn’t attend the talk – are also available.
Good introduction if you haven’t read about them yet. Video also available.
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Yesterday, at a #fronteersbe meetup, I gave a talk just about that. The presentation is embedded above.