New to working with <canvas>? Never fear, we’ll give you a light introduction to some of the high-level concepts about working in 3D space and go through some minimal examples before we do a deep dive into grittier details. We’ll look at in-browse... Read more
This presentation will take a look into the world of research science where software development is very much alive... but not doing so well. It is a world where monolithic code structures tower over the landscape, terrifying those in the shadows ... Read more
CSS2, CSS3, CSS…4? This talk will explore a little bit of CSS past and present, disambiguate some version terminology (levels? modules?), and then dive into potential CSS future. We’ll examine what the Level 4 specifications bring to the table and... Read more
If you are a web developer, you are already a Firefox OS developer. Surprise! Making mobile apps is very accessible for each and every web developer, and in this talk I will explain how.
Many of us have heard about web components and shadow DOM elements as up-and-coming technologies for front-end development. They certainly sound cool, but what can they actually be used for, right now? At the time of writing this proposal, there a... Read more
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Angelina is Technical Lead at Steam Clock Software in Vancouver, Canada. She has spoken about cutting-edge browser technology like Shadow DOM and web components at various tech conferences such as JSConf EU, CascadiaJS, Copenhagen JS, and Firefox OS Hack days. Angelina has a background in cognitive science, building clever robots and was recently nominated for 2013 Net Awards Brilliant Newcomer of the Year.