If you are interested to explore into the latest HTML5 technology, trends, tools, and platforms, this is the event for you. You will be listening to industry experts from Adobe, Google, Mozilla and Microsoft to talk about the graphical web, newest feature in HTML5 and CSS3, HTML5 game and tools/platforms . A panel discussion with the experts will be followed right after the talks.
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5:00 – 6:00 pm Registration, Demo showcase, Social, food, drink
6:00 – 6:30 pm Kick off (Doris Chen, Ann Burkett, Kevin Nilson, Estelle Weyl)
6:30 – 7:10 pm The Graphical Web – Fostering Creativity (Adobe: Vincent Hardy)
7:10 – 7:50 pm Dart (Google: Seth Ladd)
7:50 – 8:00 pm break
8:00 – 8:20 pm WebFWD (Mozilla: Diane Bisgeier)
8:20 – 9:00 pm Behind The Scenes of Cut The Rope (Microsoft: Giorgio Sardo)
9:00 – 9:30 pm Panel Discussion & Q&A (Kevin Neilson, Vincent, Seth, Giorgio)
9:30 – 9:40 pm Give Away and Wrap
Many thanks to Microsoft to sponsor the event. Many thanks to Microsoft, O’Reilly, and TEKSystems to sponsor the give aways.
If you can’t make in person, webCast will be available to you from 6 pm – 9:30 pm PST at
Sessions and Speakers
The Graphical Web – Fostering Creativity
The session will discuss new features of the Web platform that enhance the graphical or expressive power at the hands of developers. The session will briefly cover the basics of Web graphics (HTML, CSS, Canvas, SVG) and how they can be blended. Then, it will present new graphical features such as CSS filters, CSS shaders and CSS compositing. Finally, the session will discuss new CSS features for richer, more graphical layouts, enabled by CSS regions and exclusions.
Vincent Hardy works for Adobe on Web Standards. Vincent is working with the CSS working group, the FX task force and the SVG working group. He currently works on CSS shaders, CSS regions, CSS exclusions, and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). Prior to joining Adobe, Vincent worked at Oracle on graphical, interactive, and animated user interfaces in the field of business intelligence, helping make large sets of complex data visually understandable to help users navigate data sets more easily, detect trends, or find anomalies.
Seth Ladd is a web engineer and is currently a Chrome Developer Advocate, helping developers of all sizes launch awesome modern web apps. He produced Aloha on Rails, the Hawaii Ruby on Rails and Web Development Conference, and New Game, the conference for HTML5 game developers. Way back, Seth co-authored the Expert Spring MVC book. More recently, he helped release Angry Birds for the web. Seth is on the board of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences. URL: http://sethladd.com
Behind The Scenes of Cut The Rope
“Cut The Rope" is one of the most successful Objective-C games on iOS. In this session you will learn what it took us to port it to an HTML5 game (www.cuttherope.ie) and a Metro app, including code snippets, best practices and developer tools.
Giorgio Sardo is a Sr. Evangelism Manager in the Windows Evangelism team at Microsoft Corp. Giorgio is a popular speaker worldwide and he is the mind behind several HTML5 applications and games available in the Windows 8 Store and at www.beautyoftheweb.com.
WebFWD ("Web Forward") is Mozilla’s Open Innovation program. We support Open Source projects which extend the Web; providing participants with mentorship from industry experts, access to the Mozilla global network, infrastructure and other world-class resources. Find out more about us at http://webfwd.org
Diane Bisgeieris Program Manager for mozilla’s WebFWD Open Innovation program. She’ll share more about WebFWD: what it is, why it’s cool, and how you can be involved.