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Closing keynote of the Fronteers conference in Amsterdam. Blog notes are available at http://www.wait-till-i.com/2011/10/07/the-prestige-of-being-a-web-developer-fronteers-11

Closing keynote of the Fronteers conference in Amsterdam. Blog notes are available at http://www.wait-till-i.com/2011/10/07/the-prestige-of-being-a-web-developer-fronteers-11

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    • The prestige of being aweb developer. Christian Heilmann, Fronteers, Amsterdam, October 2011
    • There is a lot of talk about HTML5 and when you look at the demos showing what it can do we are faced with a lot of interactive videos and 3D animations. HTML5 however means much more than that - it turns web technologies into a real application environment and in this talk Chris Heilmann of Mozilla will show you how your backend code can benefit greatly from the new features modern browsers offer us.http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0482571/
    • A W E S O M E!
    • how do magic tricks work?
    • three parts to any magic trick.
    • 1 - The Pledge
    • 2 - The Turn
    • 3 - The Prestige
    • “I use Google mostly. Is that a mac?”
    • Native 3D sound in pureCSS with fallback for IE6!
    • +1 that like and a RT on that!
    • Most inspiring talk ever!
    • How do goodmagicians work?
    • Reuse and improve
    • <button> vs. <div class="clicky"> if ( test ) { apply(); }
    • In the old days...Behaviour HTMLPresentationStructure
    • DHTML days (1)Behaviour JSPresentation HTMLStructure JS
    • DHTML days (2)Behaviour CSSPresentation JS HTMLStructure
    • The gospel (according to Zeldman)Behaviour JS CSSPresentation HTMLStructure
    • The now...Behaviour SS JS C ntation PreseStructure HTML
    • approach.refresh();
    • Learn from others
    • NIN = good NNIH = BAD!
    • Be inventive
    • Leaving the comfortzone
    • !desktop
    • Can haz Flash info plz?
    • Be gorgeous!
    • code = poetry
    • Be open
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/secretlondon/4054117626/
    • adaptation brings the prestige
    • your work, multiplied!
    • "I was a young man withuninformed ideas. I threw outqueries, suggestions, wondering allthe time over everything; and tomy astonishment the ideas tooklike wildfire" Charles Darwin
    • web workers != stage magicians
    • Something I can never have?
    • Ask questions, demand cool stuffto adapt to your environments.
    • Don’t be out for blood!
    • Browser makers want the web tosucceed and deliver awesomeexperiences.
    • This is what we should bespending time and money on.
    • Can haz moar harmony? http://www.flickr.com/photos/blank22763/6208392005/
    • Being reactive kills innovation.
    • People to trust
    • If you’re on stage, tell the truth.
    • http://www.flickr.com/photos/aoifecitywomanchile/5204950442/
    • Vanishing act
    • Mark == OK?
    • Join the band!
    • Collaboration
    • Be your own teacher
    • code is open, slides are released!
    • Fill the blanks
    • Guerrilla docs
    • !code. Examples + Docs = :)
    • OHAI -webkit,here’s -moz, -o, -ms, !-
    • Use what you heard!
    • "Now that we spent 4 years making rounded corners working in every browser designers dont want to use them as they look dated" -- Molly Holzschlag
    • Repeat the message!
    • Your boss will love you!
    • Collect good stories
    • Best practices arediscovered, notdefined!
    • Bring us evidence!
    • Reserved for you
    • Thanks!Chris Heilmann @codepo8