Html5 conference sessions

1:15pm–2:05pm Thursday, 10/13/2011
Pete LePage (Google)
We'll share the strengths and extents of HTML5, showing magnificent demos of bleeding-edge features. Digging into high-fidelity graphics, performance, and system integration, we’ll break each demo down on the big screen to show how it was constructed. Then we’ll show you how to use HTML5 to its full potential in your own projects.
11:45am–12:05pm Thursday, 10/13/2011
Sumit Amar (Electronic Arts (EA))
This idea is about using captured user interactions to build predictions for the web form entry points considering their current edits as the evidence points.
9:00am–9:50am Tuesday, 10/11/2011
Denise Jacobs (PapillonEffect Consulting)
CSS3 isn't the future, it's the present, and is ripe for the pickin' and is ready to respond to display your sites in multiple devices right now. We'll take a look at CSS3 properties from colors, web fonts, and visual effects, to transitions, animations and media queries.
11:25am–12:15pm Tuesday, 10/11/2011
Tantek Çelik (
Presentation: external link
HTML5 has captured the minds & hearts of web developers with impressive demos in cutting edge browsers. But what can you actually depend on this month? And is anything dependable in a “living specification”?
1:00pm–4:00pm Monday, 10/10/2011
Learn how web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript are enabling a new genre of beautiful, powerful, cross-platform mobile applications.
9:00am–9:50am Wednesday, 10/12/2011
Julia Lee (Yahoo! Inc.)
Web performance and ad performance go hand in hand and often, ads impact web performance far more than we realize. This presentation talks about the display ad ecosystem, how display ads are integrated into Web2.0 applications, and their impact on different aspects of latency and user experience.
9:00am–12:00pm Monday, 10/10/2011
Trevor Burnham (HubSpot)
This workshop will focus on using CoffeeScript on the server side with Node.js and the Express framework. We'll build a full-fledged backend, complete with MongoDB persistence and unit tests. On the front-end, we'll use Backbone.js and HTML5's local storage to handle data monitoring and syncing.
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