Category Archives: technology

Unsheffield – A Week To Go

I’m really looking forward to attending the upcoming Unsheffield event which kicks off next Friday evening. It is brought to you by the same team that organised BarCampSheffieldII last year, but they felt that they wanted to deviate a little … 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 7

Professional Front-End Engineering Nate Koechley Nate began by giving us a bit of historical context to the way Yahoo! has evolved over the years. He then covered topics such as Yahoo’s server architecture, graded browser support [see below], progressive enhancement, … Continue reading

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@media Session 3

Getting Your Hands Dirty With HTML5 James Graham / Lachlan Hunt What can you do with it now, what in the future? Intro Next iteration of HTML spec. Long overdue for overhaul. What are we trying to achieve? Do things … Continue reading

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Lifestream, Yahoo! Pipes and jQuery

Jeremy Keith’s lifestream was the first I saw online, where he’d aggregated together his many RSS feeds into one place. It shows the various sources ordered by time, and it can be quite interesting to follow along and see what … Continue reading

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