Here’s a collection of videos that I’ve stumbled across in recent months.
I haven’t watched all of them, but they’re on my current to-watch list and what better way to remind myself to watch them than to blog them. Enjoy.
Breaking Good Habits (Harry Roberts)
“Solving the right problems for the right people; looking at how some of our so-called best practices hinder, rather than help.”
Progressive Enhancement 2.0 (Nicholas Zakas)
Contrary to recent drama, I am a huge proponent of progressive enhancement and providing some level of support for every browser, which Zakas discusses here.
The CSS3 Experience (Dan Cederholm)
How Browsers Work Internally (Tali Garsiel)
“The rendering of the web site is not a single action by the browser, but a set of small updates and constant reactions to interactions.”
CSS Preprocessors (Jonathan Verrecchia)
“Front-end engineer Jonathan Verrecchia will demonstrate the power of CSS preprocessors and explain why he believes these are a game changer for front-end development.”
“We’re seeing the emphasis shift from valuing trivia to valuing tools.”
The Web Can Do That!? (Eric Bidelman)
“This session will walk you down the bleeding edge of HTML5 [and CSS3] for 2012 by focusing on in-depth techniques, which solve real world challenges.”
Build Anything (Remy Sharp)
“We’re at a point in technology with browsers where we have this web stack where we can actually build anything we want to.”
Got Any Others?
Any presentations on HTML/CSS/JS that you’ve personally enjoyed this summer? Please share so I can add them to my watch list.