We're all stuck at home, but we'd still like to share knowledge and connect online. It's a good thing we're web developers. That's why Techlahoma decided to hold this conference virtually. A lot of volunteer effort went into this conference, so we hope you enjoy it!
This event will be streamed on Twitch starting at 9am CDT on Friday, May 15th.
In this talk we’ll check out the Web Bluetooth API, a new way to control physical devices from your browser. We’ll see how to build webapps that react to Bluetooth inputs, how to reverse engineer strange ArrayBuffer streams, and how to power your conference slide deck with a bicycle.
CSS has changed. It’s moving away from the mired mess of it’s origin and toward a bright future of interesting layout and easy design.
If you’ve been focused on other important skills in the past 5 years, you’ve missed out on a lot of new, helpful techniques, including Flexbox and CSS Grid Layout.
Keeping up to date on current security threats is a full-time job. As a developer, you already have one. OWASP is a community-based team of security experts that can influence the way you code future projects, analyse your current code, and grow as a developer.
Alain Chautard will introduce what Progressive Web Apps are all about and explain why they are the future for web / mobile development.
User Experience is becoming a business necessity, but you don’t know where to begin and your stakeholders just aren’t on board. This talk introduces the basics of UX design and some ways to get the discussion started with your stakeholders. (Gives the “7 deadly sins” of not using UX.)
When was the last time you attended a Machine Learning presentation & walked out saying that was really cool & I got it!? I am going to take you through an exciting journey of ML - after which - I guarantee you that you will be pumped, have clarity and know exactly how you can implement it yourself.
High energy chat highlighting how to effectively increase team performance, transform org. culture, and build meaningful legacies through collaborative ownership. Attendees will learn to increase creativity through ownership, improve collaboration through teams, and captainship through character.
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