dmkash / Dana

I’m a work-at-home mother of two. I develop a corporate web site (more like an application) for a small family-owned company in Ohio. I am trying to absorb as much web-development-related knowledge as possible at the moment, and raise two little kids at the same time. I WILL HAVE IT ALL!

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  1. Everything You Know About Web Design Is Wrong

    From http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts/more?page=8

    Just as early filmmakers struggled to break free from the conventions of live theater, after 10+ years Web designers are still trapped in the structures of the past. Forget pages, linear text and other archaic vestiges of design’s print ancestry; the separation of content from presentation has already changed everything.

    Dan Willis, Sapient

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  2. Even Faster Web Sites

    From http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts/more?page=6

    Steve is the author of High Performance Web Sites and the creator of YSlow, the Firebug extension. Now working at Google, Steve discusses the next set of best practices he’s developed, including advanced techniques for loading JavaScript, where not to place inline scripts, and the importance of using multiple domains to improve web performance.

    Steve Souders, Google

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  3. The Seven Rules of Great Web Application Design

    From http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts/more?page=6

    In this lively and interactive session, Robert Hoekman, Jr., the author of ‘Designing the Obvious’ and ‘Designing the Moment’, uses the audience to reveal the 7 essential design principles for achieving great application design and the psychology behind them. And he does it all without a single bullet point (gasp!).

    Robert Hoekman Jr, Miskeeto LLC

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  4. iPhone Programmer’s Road Map: A Guided Tour of the Official SDK

    From http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts/more?page=4

    The iPhone SDK Developer’s Guide starts by introducing the tools (Xcode, SDK, emulator, IB) and basic application concepts you need to assemble and run your first GUI application. It includes a very quick introduction/review of the Object C programming language, but assumes basic knowledge of C and OO programming.Key idioms and design patterns in an iPhone application will be presented along with coverage of the UIController, MVC, event handler etc. Later chapters cover the standard high level widgets in the iPhone SDK, the events they generate, as well as their standard event listeners. Low level drawing API and touch events will also be covered in addition to iPhone-specific APIs to access mobile. Concise coverage of key data network protocols and data communication libraries and a complete chapter on how to use the Interface Builder to build applications complete this hands-on guide to tapping into the power of the SDK.

    Michael Yuan, eZee Inc

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  5. Managing Online Forums: Everything You Need to Know to Create and Run Successful Community Discussion Boards

    From http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts/more?page=4

    Managing Online Forums is a practical guide to managing online forums, communities and social spaces. It’s not a software or programming book; it’s strictly about managing people and the community as a whole. What is talked about in this book is not hypothetical - it consists of in-use, battle-tested theories and solutions. Real life examples are cited throughout, including actual user guidelines, staff member guidelines and more. For more information, please check out the book website at managingonlineforums.com.

    Patrick O’Keefe, iFroggy Network

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  6. CSS3: What’s Now, What’s New and What’s Not?

    From http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts/more?page=1

    This panel explores how major browsers implement CSS3. The focus is on finding effective and efficient methods for developers to unleash their creativity while maintaining cross-browser compatibility. The panel covers current implementations, future plans from the major browser vendors and some discussion of the current progress on the standard itself.

    Molly Holzschlag Pres, Opera Software

    David Baron Mozilla

    Hakon Wium Lie Opera Software

    Sylvain Galineau Program Mgr, Microsoft

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  7. iPhone Development for Experienced Web Developers

    From http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts

    A technology case study of combining an online web service API with a native iPhone application. Specifically for experienced Web developers, we’ll provide an introduction to Objective-C and the iPhone platform, cover technical details from the web services API design to URL loading and parsing on the iPhone.

    Jordan Lev — Sr. Web Developer, Babcock & Jenkins Joshua Siler — VP Technology, Babcock & Jenkins

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