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  1. Welcoming the Web - Estelle Weyl (Standardista.com) keynote

    From Fluent 2015: Who is coming to the web and why? How do developers get started? Why do some stay and others leave? The team, the talent, and the technology all impact our environment, success and happiness. Let’s make the web welcoming for everyone.

    About Estelle Weyl (Standardista.com): Estelle Weyl started her professional life in architecture, then managed teen health programs. In 2000, she took the natural step of becoming a web standardista. She has consulted for Kodakgallery, SurveyMonkey, Samsung, Yahoo! and Apple, among others. Estelle shares esoteric tidbits learned while programming CSS, JavaScript and HTML along with detailed grids browser support in her blog at http://www.standardista.com. She is the author of Mobile HTML5, HTML: The Definitive Guide and co-author of CSS: The Definitive Guide and HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World. While not coding, she works in construction, de-hippifying her 1960’s throwback abode.

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  2. ignites, HTTP2 in 5 Minutes, Ben Maraney

    From Reversim Summit 2015 http://summit2015.reversim.com/

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  3. ECMAScript Harmony: Rise of the Compilers - Brendan Eich keynote

    From Fluent 2015. "JavaScript is almost 20 years old, and moving faster than ever. ES6/2015 was voted through Ecma TC39 in Paris last month, ES7/2016 is being developed concurrently to prime the annual release pump, and use of compilers, notably Babel and Traceur, is on the rise. Low-level APIs such as SIMD, WebGL2, and 64-bit integer Math methods combine with higher-level facilities from generators and promises to async/await to cover the space of safely programmable hardware. Is there anything JS cannot do? I’ll give some answers.

    About Brendan Eich: Brendan Eich was founder and long-term CTO at Mozilla. He also served as SVP of Engineering and briefly as CEO. Eich is widely recognized for his enduring contributions to the Internet revolution. In 1995, Eich invented JavaScript (ECMAScript), the Internet’s most widely used programming language. He co-founded the mozilla.org project in 1998, serving as chief architect, and has been a board member of the Mozilla Foundation since its inception in 2003. Brendan helped launch the award-winning Firefox Web browser in November 2004 and Thunderbird e-mail client in December 2004.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlmsweSNhTw

    Brendan holds a bachelor of science in math and computer science from Santa Clara University and a master of science in computer science from the University of Illinois."

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  4. The Linguistics of JavaScript - Erin McKean (Wordnik) keynote

    From Fluent 2015: “Javascript is Esperanto that does something.” Constructed languages — conlangs — are artificially-created languages, a category which includes Esperanto, Elvish, Klingon, Dothraki, and yes, Javascript. Can thinking about Javascript the way we think about other human languages help us be better coders, or at least write more readable code?

    About Erin McKean (Wordnik): Erin McKean is the founder of the newly-not-for-profit Wordnik.com, the world’s biggest online dictionary. Before founding Wordnik, she was the editor-in-chief of American Dictionaries for Oxford University Press, and before Javascript, she dabbled in HyperCard, Perl, and Omnimark (if you have ever written anything in Omnimark, she will buy you a drink). She’s the author of the Weird and Wonderful Words books, the best-selling novel The Secret Lives of Dresses, and (most recently) The Hundred Dresses, a field guide to dresses. She blogs at dressaday.com. When you meet her, please tell her your favorite word.

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  5. Upgrade #30: Boarding a Sinking Ship - Relay FM

    Jason and special guest John Siracusa discuss the iPhone 6 Plus, reactions to "Becoming Steve Jobs," Apple’s lost decade, and what lessons can be learned by business successes and failures.

    http://www.relay.fm/upgrade/30

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  6. Looking at the next generation of CSS with Jen Simmons

    This week on the Boagworld Show we talk about advanced CSS techniques with Jen Simmons.

    https://boagworld.com/season/11/episode/1105/

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  7. Inquisitive #26: I Wasn’t Prepared For This, with Merlin Mann - Relay FM

    This week Myke is joined by Merlin Mann. They talk about getting out of your comfort zone, starting new things, killing old things and how these topics apply to a new direction for this show.

    http://www.relay.fm/inquisitive/26

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  8. Face it: The internet of things isn’t going to develop like the web

    We spend a lot of time on the show discussing standards and how data should move easily around the internet of things, but this week Tom Coates tells us that vision isn’t realistic.

    http://gigaom.com/2014/08/12/face-it-the-internet-of-things-isnt-going-to-develop-like-the-web/

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  9. 5by5 | The Prompt #51: Developer Christmas

    Mostly live from San Francisco, Myke, Federico and Stephen discuss the events of the WWDC 2014 keynote.

    http://5by5.tv/prompt/51

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  10. 5by5 | Supercharged #1: The Best Ways To Wreck Your Credit Score

    For the first ever Supercharged, Adam Dachis is joined by Eric Ravenscraft and Rod Ebrahimi to talk about web security flaws, free iPhones, a robot that helps you poop, color printers that don’t suck, digital wallets, and how to get rid of crippling debt.

    http://5by5.tv/supercharged/1

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