I heard nothing but good things about this talk from the Fronteers conference. There’s some great stuff in here—I really like its historical perspective.
Benjamin’s retrospective on three years of volunteering at web conferences, some of them run by Clearleft.
Here’s the video of the talk I gave in Berlin recently. I had a lot to squeeze into a short time slot so I just went for it, and I got bit carried away …but people seemed to like that.
I’m just back from a little mini 3-conference tour of Europe where I was delivering my talk on resilience. The first stop was Stockholm for Nordic.js and the video is already online.
I really, really like what Ember is aiming for here:
That’s how you get the holy grail of resilience and performance:
Subsequent visits and interactions are therefore nearly instantaneous, because they don’t rely on the network.
I sincerely hope other frameworks are paying attention to this layered approach.
Oh, and I also like this observation:
There’s an age-old argument about the difference between “web pages” and “web apps”. In reality, there’s a continuum between the two.
A great talk from Bruce on the digital self-defence that ad-blockers provide. I think it’s great that Opera are building ad-blocking straight into the browser.
Charlotte outlines the process she used in creating her talk at Dot York. It was a real joy to see it come together.
This beautiful poster could be the ideal decoration for your home or office.
You can download the original size (DIN A3) and print it to hang it on the walls in your office or wherever you want.
Here’s the full text of Charlotte’s fantastic short talk at the Dot York event last week. I’m so, so proud of her.
As well as compèring the event, Chris took the time to make notes at the Clarity conference, dedicated to all things patterny.
If you’re at all interested in public speaking, this is a great insight by Lara into what it’s like on the day of a talk.
Come for the videos of EnhanceConf. Stay for the skateboarding beagle.
I’m am soooo there!
Iceland, July 22nd: a conference about the material of the web …right up my alley.
You can get a ticket by backing the project on Kickstarter. Be sure to check out all the options.
See you in Reykjavík!
Continuing the topic of public speaking, Jenn has a really good technique for figuring out how to arrange the pieces of your talk without getting bogged down in designing slides.
Lena’s in-depth run-down of how she puts together a conference talk. If you’re new to public speaking, this is well worth reading.