by Dirk Ginader
A CSS System is a reusable set of content-oriented markup patterns and associated CSS created to express a site's individual design. It is the end result of a process that emphasizes up-front planning, loose coupling between CSS and markup, pre-empting browser bugs and overall robustness. It also incorporates a shared vocabulary for developers to communicate the intent of the code.
The talk elaborates on this concept, and also describes a number of tricks I use to preempt maintainability issues.
The web is a great learning tool and I suggest methods through which it can be made even better by pointing out the bad things in popular posts.
This presentation mostly focuses on the main elements of the Objective-C syntax: declaring classes and methods, calling methods, selectors, strings and properties. It then goes on to describe how people from a web background can use web technologies to develop a user interface and only rely on Objective-C when they really need to.
by Neil Crosby
A selective history of Zeppelins and airships, including the British Imperial Airship Scheme, the north pole expeditions of the Norge and the Italia, the ill-fated US Navy Airship program, the current startup Airship Ventures and the promising futuristic Aeroscraft.
27th–28th September 2008