New Speaking Engagement – DevWeek 2014

December 4, 2013

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New Speaking Engagement – DevWeek 2014

Now that DevWeek 2014 website is online, it’s my pleasure to announce that I’m speaking in the conference.
I’m really excited since it is going to be my first visit to London.

In the conference I’ll have two sessions and one workshop:

Introduction to HTML5

HTML is the markup language that every web developer uses to structure and present content in the Internet. HTML5 is the standard that is being shaped and developed currently. It extends and improves the last HTML4 standard and takes it to the next level with multimedia, communication support and more. In this session, you will get to know what HTML5 is all about and how you can use it even now in your web applications/sites.

Creating data-driven HTML5 applications

HTML5 is the web standard that is being shaped and developed currently. It extends and improves the previous HTML4 standard and takes it to the next level with support for multimedia, communication, semantics and more. In this session, Fink will take a close look at the new storage options that HTML5 brings and how to use them. He will build a grocery-store-list app that will use in-memory storage, and then refactor it to use web storage. He will then add AppCache to take the app offline. Finally, he will replace the storage mechanism to use IndexedDB instead of web storage.

Building scalable JavaScript apps (Workshop)

Building and maintaining large and scalable JavaScript web apps is not at all easy. So how you build such things without being driven into madness? Using and combining proven JavaScript patterns will do the trick. In this one-day workshop, Fink will talk about the patterns behind some of the largest JavaScript apps, such as Gmail and Twitter, and how to apply them in your own apps. He will start from object patterns and then focus in on module patterns, promises, timers and more.

See you there!

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