HTML5 is a (Beautiful) Mess, SitePoint Podcast #44

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  1. SitePoint Podcast #143: Happy HTML5 Holidays with Bruce Lawson

    This week our regular interview host Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) interviews Bruce Lawson who is a member of the Web Standards Project’s Accessibility Task Force, works at the Opera team and contributes to HTML5 Doctor.

    http://www.sitepoint.com/podcast-143-happy-html5-holidays-with-bruce-lawson/

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  2. HTML5 not HTML

    HTML5 is taking the web by storm. It seems that not a day goes by without a some newfangled HTML5 creation being talked about on Twitter. Lucky for me, I was able to have a conversation with Molly Holzschlag–author, speaker, and all-around web standards veteran–about this new and disruptive technology.

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  3. Ensuring a High Performing Web for the Next Billion People - Bruce Lawson (Velocity Amsterdam)

    From Velocity Amsterdam 2015: - Where will your next customers come from? Why do the next billion matter, and where do they come from? - What devices do they use? - What challenges do they face? Devices, networks, etc. - What is coming in web standards to ameliorate some of these? - What can browsers do to help – and how do proxy browsers work? - How can web developers ensure their sites work properly with proxy browsers? - What is Opera doing to make its Opera Mini proxy browser faster and better?

    About Bruce Lawson (Opera ASA): Bruce Lawson advocates open standards for Opera. He’s been involved in explaining and making web standards since 2002. He co-wrote the first book on HTML5, contributed to the W3C’s Mobile Web Best Practices, and was a member of the Web Standards Project.

    Follow O’Reilly Media: http://plus.google.com/+oreillymedia https://www.facebook.com/OReilly https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia

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  4. .NET Rocks! 786 Bruce Lawson Has Responsive Web Design

    At NDC, Carl and Richard talk to Bruce Lawson about responsive web design. Responsive web design from Bruce’s point of view is web pages that are able to adjust to the browser and device that they are being viewed on. From the huge displays on desktop PCs to the tiny screens of smartphones, you can make your web pages work effectively! Bruce talks about some of the tools and libraries available to simplify responsive web design, so check out the links from the show!

    Born into the tech world when he was hastily delivered on a table in the London Science Museum, Bruce evangelises Open Web Standards for Opera. He co-authored Introducing HTML5, the first book on the subject, and was a member of the W3C Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group. Previously, he’s been front-end technical lead for the Law Society and Solicitors Regulation Authority web sites, tutor to a princess’ daughter in Thailand, a movie extra in Bombay, and a tarot card reader in Istanbul. He blogs at brucelawson.co.uk, drinks Guinness and is training for a blue belt in kickboxing.

    http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?showNum=786

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  5. Stephanie Sullivan Rewis and Greg Rewis – What Designers Need to Know About HTML5 and CSS3 » UIE Brain Sparks

    The introduction of CSS3 and HTML5 brings with it a host of new capabilities. With most modern browsers supporting CSS3 and HTML5, implementing them into your designs is becoming easier. Understanding what is now possible with these new standards can help you create better designs more efficiently and effectively than ever before.

    Stephanie Sullivan Rewis and Greg Rewis will be presenting a full day workshop at the User Interface 16 Conference November 7-9 in Boston. They’ll dive into what the introduction of HTML5 and CSS3 means for designers and developers, and what you can accomplish today by putting it into practice.

    http://www.uie.com/brainsparks/2011/08/12/stephanie-and-greg-rewis-html5-and-css3/

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  6. Browser Wars III: The Platform Wins

    We’re doing so darn much with the Web platform these days, from cross-domain access mechanisms to new drawing and graphics tools. But in the end, we still have to deal with different web browsers. This discussion brings the leads from Mozilla (Firefox), Microsoft (IE), Google (Chrome) and Opera (Opera) together for yet another incendiary discussion about the future of the web.

    Skip to the end if you you want to hear the good stuff.

    From http://www.sxsw.com/node/1632

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  7. Browser Wars III: The Platform Wins

    We’re doing so darn much with the Web platform these days, from cross-domain access mechanisms to new drawing and graphics tools. But in the end, we still have to deal with different web browsers. This discussion brings the leads from Mozilla (Firefox), Microsoft (IE), Google (Chrome) and Opera (Opera) together for yet another incendiary discussion about the future of the web.

    Skip to the end if you you want to hear the good stuff.

    From http://www.sxsw.com/node/1632

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  8. SOTB5 - Ensuring a performant web for the next billion people - Bruce Lawson - HD 720p

    It’s important to look beyond the West and see what the rest of the world is doing. How can we help our customers/ organisations ensure their web sites can be seen by the billions of people coming online, and how can we ensure that we don’t get a web for the haves and a web for the have-nots? Where will your next customers come from? Why do the next billion matter, and where do they come from? What devices do they use? What challenges do they face? Devices, network etc. What is coming in web standards to ameliorate some of these? What can browsers do to help – and how do proxy browsers work? How can web developers ensure their sites work properly with proxy browsers? ABOUT BRUCE Bruce evangelises open standards for Opera. He co-authored Introducing HTML5, was on the Web Standards Project’s Accessibility Task Force and the W3C Mobile Best Practices Working Group. He blogs at brucelawson.co.uk and tweets at @brucel. He’s mostly famous for his fashion blog whats-bruce-wearing-today.tumblr.com/

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