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BarCamp Nottingham

Nottingham’s first BarCamp was held over the weekend in the awesome NottsHack space. Like many smaller regional BarCamps, I enjoyed it for its friendly atmosphere and relaxed feeling. The sessions were quite varied, with quite a few non-technical ones on the … Continue reading

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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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@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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A Little Light Reading

If you’re thinking of dipping your toes into the standards compliance/css development pond (come on in, the water’s fine!), and you aren’t able to afford some of the swanky courses available out there, a good alternative is to read some … Continue reading

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@media, Hot Topics Panel

Closing panel for the conference. Just a mixture of random thoughts and questions. CSS is still an undiscovered country – progressive CSS should come. IE7 is playing catchup with a lot of the other browsers. Evangelising on the use of … Continue reading

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