Category Archives: conferences

Scripting Enabled Day 2

Day two of the event was a “hack day” style event, where lots of geeks gathered with the speakers to try and build something useful. There were lots of mini-projects on the go. I did a bit of hacking with … Continue reading

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Scripting Enabled Day 1

I attended the excellent Scripting Enabled conference and developer day recently held in London. It was extremely enlightening about various aspects of the web and how users with varied access difficulties are affected by the decisions us developers make every … Continue reading

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dConstruct 2008

I realise I’m hideously behind with blogging about lots of geeky stuff, but here goes. Apologies if you were expecting this sooner! This year’s dConstruct was a lot larger than I was expecting: the last time I went in 2006 … Continue reading

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@media Session 9

The Why and Which of JavaScript Libraries John Resig took us through various scenarios when you write JavaScript: Plug & Play: Drop in a widget, little or no JavaScript knowledge required, just customise some options and go – no flexibility … Continue reading

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@media Session 8

Building on the Shoulders of Giants Jonathan Snook Culture We come from a culture where developers tend to like to reinvent the wheel, whereas designers like to reuse. If, as developers, we want to use components of others’ work (under … Continue reading

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