Sessions at WDCNZ 2011 about CSS3 on Thursday 14th July

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  • Preparation H

    by Jef Weg

    "CSS sucks! Can we please go back to intuitive tables?" - Anonymous developer

    "Why does CSS make me want to kill myself? How do I make it OBEY me?" - Anonymous aspiring dictator

    "I'm having a bad day. CSS ate my brains." - Anonymous zombie

    CSS may seem unreliable, but actually it's just a bit dumb. We'll take a look at the dumbest bits of CSS, and we'll check out CSS's optional, shiny new brain, SASS and Compass.

    Coming to this talk might make you better at CSS. It might also make you smarter, sexier and funnier at parties.

    At 10:00am to 10:45am, Thursday 14th July

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  • Building rich mobile apps with the modern web stack

    by James Pearce

    The web is always evolving, but we're living though a particularly important architectural shift - as services migrate to the cloud, business logic moves to thicker browser runtimes, and the web escapes from desktop hardware to become a beautifully mobile medium.

    In this environment, HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript provide everything you need to building rich applications. We can either carry on talking about "web vs native" or we can just build cool stuff.

    Let's do it.

    At 4:45pm to 5:30pm, Thursday 14th July

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