Archive: February 15th, 2019

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It was great to see Jean-François again after a gap of a mere twelve years.

Exhausted but happy after an intense but thoroughly enjoyable week at @CERN hacking with @Rem, @MarkBoulton, @JohnAllsopp, @ObiWanKimberley, @CraigMod, @Chiteri, @Gericci, and @BrianSuda.

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Demo time with @rem.

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Pair programming.

Hey @ArielWaldman, we’ve got four @ScienceHackDay organisers in one place here at CERN!

Hey @ArielWaldman, we’ve got four @ScienceHackDay organisers in one place here at CERN!

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Progressive enhancement.

Marking up (and styling) an interactive timeline that looks good in a modern browser and still works in the first ever web browser.

Recreating the first web browser at CERN | Flickr

Photos from earlier this week:

In a small room in CERN’s Data Center, an international group of nine developers is taking a plunge back in time to the beginnings of the World Wide Web. Their aim is to enable the whole world to experience what the web looked like viewed within the very first browser developed by Tim Berners-Lee.

Recreating the First Web Browser at CERN