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  1. Episode 200 – Write to Achieve Clarity and Stay Ahead by Using Twitter with Scott Jehl – IT Career Energizer

    Scott Jehl is a designer and developer working at Filament Group.

    He is a tireless advocate of practices that ensure web access for all and is always chipping away at open source projects with his colleagues at Filament

    https://itcareerenergizer.com/episode-200-write-achieve-clarity-stay-ahead-using-twitter-scott-jehl/

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  2. 352: Caching, Service Workers, and Javascript with Scott Jehl - ShopTalk

    Scott Jehl is our guest and we’re talking about accessibility, jQuery history, progressive enhancement in modern javascript, critical CSS, service workers, maintenance of a server, and other fun stuff.

    https://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/352/

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  3. Scott Jehl – Delivering Responsibly – beyond tellerrand DÜSSELDORF 2015

    Building responsively allows us to create flexible user interfaces that support the widest possible audience with a single front-end codebase. But in embracing the ever-increasing contexts in which our sites are used, performance and accessibility must remain our highest priorities; we must continually question each code addition, and improve our delivery and application techniques to ensure they’re best serving users’ needs.

    This talk will explore the challenges of creating fast and broadly-accessible websites and offer approaches that dramatically improve performance, usability, access, and sustainability.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/134291719
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/

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  4. 24: Scott Jehl on Responsible Responsive Design and Progressive Enhancement, Part Two

    Scott Jehl is a designer and developer working at Filament Group. Scott is also an author and speaks regularly at conferences like An Event Apart. In this interview, Scott and I discuss progressive enhancement and his book, Responsible Responsive Design.

    http://developertea.com/episodes/8788

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  5. Designing for Performance: Can We Have it All?

    A List Apart: On Air — Conversations that bring our community together.

    Everyone wants sites that are responsive, beautiful, and fast. Can we have it all? Or do we need to make tradeoffs? And whose job is performance anyway? 

    We all have something to contribute to improved performance. This live session kicks off a Google Hangouts series that brings together designers and developers from in-house and agency teams to compare notes on…

    • Auditing an existing site’s performance
    • Setting performance budgets  
    • Prioritizing and making design decisions 
    • Getting clients and colleagues on board

    Format 30 minutes of panelist conversation 30 minutes of Q&A

    Featuring Lara Hogan, Scott Jehl, Yesenia Perez-Cruz, and Mat Marquis

    http://alistapart.com/events

    Sponsored by Pantheon. https://pantheon.io/

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  6. 24: Scott Jehl on Responsible Responsive Design and Progressive Enhancement, Part One

    Scott Jehl is a designer and developer working at Filament Group. Scott is also an author and speaks regularly at conferences like An Event Apart. In this interview, Scott and I discuss progressive enhancement and his book, Responsible Responsive Design.

    http://developertea.com/episodes/8787

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  7. The Web Ahead #89: Responsible Responsive Design with Scott Jehl

    It’s clear that responsive web design is the way to build a website in today’s crazy world of mobile devices, but what’s the best way to do so, and still end up with a site that’s fast and snappy? Scott Jehl joins Jen Simmons to tell us about the latest in how to do RWD right.

    http://5by5.tv/webahead/89

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  8. 118: Responsive Images, Picturefill, and Web Standards

    Scott Jehl and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss the picture element: a container for multiple images. Making the emerging W3C standard picture element work in today’s browsers. Polyfills and progressive enhancement. Responsible responsive design. Shim versus polyfill; srcset versus picture; the prefix wars. Balancing company projects and open source, community projects.

    Picturefill is a responsive images polyfill approach that web designers and developers can use today.

    Scott Jehl

    is a web designer and developer who works with the bright folks at Filament Group, where he creates websites and applications for a range of clients (including the 2012 responsive design of the Boston Globe). He is an active contributor to the open source community, frequently releasing ideas and projects on Github; a jQuery team member (most recently leading the development of the jQuery Mobile project); and the co-author of Designing With Progressive Enhancement (New Riders: 2010)

    http://muleradio.net/thebigwebshow/118

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  9. ShopTalk 088: With Scott Jehl

    This week we were joined by Scott Jehl, a progressive enhancer at Filament Group. We talked about (roughly in order):

    News’n’Links’n’Drama:

    • 15:48 Godaddy aquired Media Temple

    Q & A:

    • 24:30 I want to use a ‘mobile first’ approach, but the client wants to see the desktop version first. How would you solve this little problem?
    • 31:14 I’m trying to understand Javascript templating. I’ve heard of Mustache/Handlebars, but not sure how it’s implemented. What are the pros/cons of it?
    • 42:58 I manage an established, spaghetti-coded academic department website. A redesign is on its way but the menu is still hover based. I needed a quick, temporary fix.
    • 51:43 My question is about vanilla javascript performance and libraries. What if you already have jQuery running, should you still write as much as possible in plain javascript?

    http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/088-scott-jehl/

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  10. The Big Web Show #83 with Scott Jehl

    We discuss Scott’s latest thinking about “responsible responsive design,” whether responsive design is destroying creativity on the web, working with CSS flexbox, what’s new with the jQuery Mobile project, why people fear JavaScript and love jQuery, the size and management of Filament Group’s multi-device test suite, the secret history of the jQuery logo, and much more.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/83

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