Notes from Front-end London, March 2017

My notes from Front-end London's March Event - Reflect and refactor by Melinda Seckington, Sizing with content by Oliver Williams, and The Open Metaverse by Shaun Dunne

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Notes from London Web Standards, March 2016

My notes from London Web Standards' March Event - Chrome Debug Tools by Katie Fenn, and Using WebPageTest by Andy Davies

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Notes from Front-end London, February 2016

My notes from Front-end London's February Event - CSS Modules, Design Sprints, and The Art of Reduxion

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More old hand-written notes

The last of the old notes I found from a conference long ago

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Notes from Front-end London, January 2016

My notes from Front-end London's January Event - Taking Part in the IndieWeb by Calum Ryan, The Miracle of Generators by Bodil Stokke, and How to not use jQuery by Callum MacRae

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Old notes from an EpicFEL past

I found some old hand-written notes from a conference when my laptop had died. Although late, hopefully they'll still be of some value

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The web is getting pushy

My notes from Phil Nash's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Animation performance on the web

My notes from Ada Rose Edwards's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Best viewed with...

My notes from Adam Onishi's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Modular Design and what it means for our clients

My notes from Laura Elizabeth's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Ensuring a performant web for the next billion people

My notes from Bruce Lawson's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Mind the gap

My notes from Chris Heilmann's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Another billion browsers and internet of things

My notes from Martin Jakl's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Learn. Reflect. Repeat - How we run internal hackdays and other event

My notes from Melinda Seckington's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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Accessibility and how to get the most out of your screenreader

My notes from Edd Sowden's talk at State of the Browser 2015

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London Web Performance March

My notes from London Web Performance's March event - Responsive and Fast by Michael Gooding and Ellen van Keulen from Akamai.

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Notes from Front-end London January

My notes from Front-end London's January Event - OK Computer from Peter Gasston, Visual Regression Testing from Charlie Owen, and Hackers guide to testing with real users from Tom Alterman.

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Notes from Front-end London June

My notes from Front-end London's June Event - Browse the web like Xerces - The God King of the Persians from Mike MacCana, Why is using typography on Web so difficult? from Clare Evans, and Know Thy Interaction from Ashley Nolan.

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Notes from #lwssausage

My notes from London Web Standards June Event #lwssausage - Bruce's tour of the sausage factory by Bruce Lawson, and Building awesome responsive experiences with JavaScript by Jonathan Fielding.

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Notes from State of the Browser (#SOTB4)

My notes from London Web Standards' 2014 Conference - State of the Browser

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Notes from Front-end London April

My notes from Front-end London's April Event - The world keeps spinning round and round from Arran Ross-Paterson, Bridging the gap between developers and designers with Sass from Kaelig Deloumeau-Prigent, and Over promised and under delivered from Peter Gasston.

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Notes from Front-end London March

My notes from Front-end London's March Event - How to Win Designers and Influence Developers from Adam Rogers, Exploring CSS3's 3D space from Daniel Grant, and Can Code Quality be Measured? from Tim Ruffles.

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Notes from #lwshttp

My notes from London Web Standards March Event #lwshttp - Playlister: Developing a new music product at the BBC by Sara Gonzalo, and What to expect from HTTP/2 from Mark Nottingham.

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Notes from Front-end London January

My notes from Front-end London's January Event - AngularJS from Todd Motto; Are you browsing comfortably? from Steve Workman; and ServiceWorker and the offline web from Tom Ashworth

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Notes from #lwslightning

My notes from London Web Standards November Event #lwslightning - Architecting for Success from Daniel Knell, and four lightning-talks by Laura Dawson, Leonard Houx, Fabio Bertone, and Daniel Appelquist.

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Notes from #lwsw3trends

My notes from the two talks at London Web Standards November - Firefox OS in a nutshell, by Fernando Campo and Borja Salguero; What's new in Web Standards by Daniel Appelquist.

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Notes from #12Devs October

My notes on the four talks from #12Devs October - Life behind the curve; Node.js - what is and why do?; The internet is real anyway; Digital feudalism and how to avoid it

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Notes from #lwsprogid

My notes on the two talks - Modern Progressive Enhancement and Online Identity.

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