HTML5: What It Is What It Isn’t And Where It Might Go

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  1. Real Progressive Enhancement — FOWA 2010 London — Christian Heilmann

    Presentation at the Future of Web Apps in London about HTML5. CSS3 and real progressive enhancement. Covers the use of YUI3 and Node.js to render JavaScript widgets server-side.

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  2. The Non-Breaking Space Show: Christian Heilmann

    The Non-Breaking Space Show is a podcast by Christopher Schmitt, Dave McFarland, Chris Enns interviewing the best and brightest of the web.

    Christian Heilmann is a geek and hacker by heart. He’s been a professional web developer for about eleven years and worked his way through several agencies up to Yahoo where he delivered Yahoo Maps Europe and Yahoo Answers.

    He’s written two and contributed to three books on JavaScript, web development and accessibility, lead distributed teams as a manager and made them work with one another and released dozens of online articles and hundreds of blog posts in the last few years. He’s been nominated standards champion of the year 2008 by .net magazine in the UK and currently sports the fashionable job title “Principal Developer Evangelist” spending his time going from conference to conference and university to university to speak and train people on systems provided by Yahoo and other web companies that want to make this web thing work well for everybody.

    We talked with Christian usability, accessibility, running a conference, tips on becoming an evangelist and mailing floppy disks around the world. And they pour one out for Google Reader.

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  3. The Big Web Show 2: HTML5 with Jeremy Keith

    Dan and Jeffrey talk with Jeremy Keith, designer, writer, speaker, and author of HTML5 for Web Designers, a new book coming out in June of 2010. They discuss the goals and inspiration behind the book, as well as what HTML5 means for both web creators and those who consume the web, covering topics that range from structure to accessibility and implementation.

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  4. Frontloaded and zipped up - do loose types sink ships?

    Christian Heilmann’s presentation from FullFrontal 2009.

    How do we keep JavaScript safe when browsers don’t really distinguish between different sources and give them all the same rights? Why do we still judge the usefulness of JavaScript by how badly browsers speak it? Learn about some environments you can use JavaScript in securely and marvel at the magic and annoyances that are technologies that try to put a lock on the issue of JavaScript security.

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  5. MJS 114: Christian Heilmann



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    Host: Charles Max Wood

    Joined By Special Guest: Christian Heilmann

    Episode Summary

    Christian Heilmann got his first computer, a Commodore 64, at a flea market. He worked as a radio journalist and he wrote little games in his free time. He combined his knowledge of media and his love for programming, and got a contract working for BMW building websites. He now works for Microsof as a Principal Software Development Engineer.


    JavaScript Jabber 332: “You Learned JavaScript, Now What?” with Chris Heilmann

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    Microsoft Edge Insider

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    Privacy Badger - Google Chrome


    Adventures in DevOps - new podcast on

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  6. Community JS reloaded - how to rock as a community : Christian Heilmann : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive

    A few days ago Christian Heilmann was in Berlin to speak at the JSConf EU for the first time. As a topic he covered how we as a JavaScript community should be doing more to bring our knowledge out to the world and he showed off some upcoming great developer tools Mozilla is working on.

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