LWS 16 July 2018 - #lwsJul18 & State of the Browser 2018Get Tickets
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State of the Browser 2018
Firstly we'd like to announce the following speakers for State of the Browser 2018.
So far we've announced 3 speakers, with many more exciting speakers to come.
Charlie Owen (@sonniesedge) - "Dear Developer"
Michelle Barker (@mbarker_84) - "Super-powered Layouts with CSS Grid and CSS Variables"
Sara Vieira (@NikkitaFTW) - "Stop the #divFest!"
More to be announced soon!
Red Lion Square,
Saturday 8 September 2018
You can find tickets here
This month's event - 16 July
General release tickets are now live
“Your Reality Here" - by Peter Gasston @stopsatgreen
The smartphone market has reached maturity, and everyone’s wondering what’s next. In this talk Peter will look at the most likely candidate for the post-mobile platform, giving reasons why it’s the most likely, and exploring what role the Web will play.
Peter is a veteran web developer and technologist who now works as innovation lead at London agency rehab, on projects for clients including Google and Facebook, and in partnership with some of the world’s biggest creative agencies. He’s the author of The Book of CSS3 and The Modern Web, and has written for Net Magazine, Smashing Magazine and A List Apart.
"The LEGO guide to Developer Experience and your library" - by Cristiano Betta @mcbetta
LEGO has decades of experience in designing products that are not just beautiful and fun, but also teach children to sit down for hours and focus on complicated architectural and mechanical constructions. It is able to motivate them not just to build what's pictured on the box but also celebrates the creativity that motivates them to make things even LEGO hadn't ever imagined. In this talk, Cristiano Betta, a Developer Experience designer, looks at what can be learned from LEGO and how to apply it to the libraries we write, and the documentation and guides we provide.
I'm a Developer Experience designer who helps companies small and large to improve their developer onboarding, activation, and support. I like to look at great developer onboarding flows, analysing and documenting the best practices and pitfalls of common design practices. Although I have over 15 years of development experience I believe that at the core we're all beginners at some things, and documentation and onboarding should reflect that notion. In the past I've worked as a contractor, startup founder, event organiser, and developer advocate at Braintree/PayPal.
15 Bonhill Street
Nearest tube station: Liverpool Street, Moorgate or Old Street
- Saulius Kerusauskas
- Martin Jakl
- Peter Gasston
- Cristiano Betta
- Ginestra Ferraro
- Rupert Bowater
- Morena Fiore-Kirby
- Chris Burnell
- Matteo Pescarin
- Dave Letorey
- Remco Van Essen
- David Watson