Demystifying CSS for Developers

A session at php|tek 2012

Thursday 24th May, 2012

11:30am to 12:30pm (CST)

CSS has been the Achilles Heel for many developers in their web development career. Even if we are not the designers, many times we break what the designers give us. Ultimately, you’re left with visual bugs that can do not make any sense In this presentation, we’ll visually demonstrate the commonly misunderstood core principles in CSS and the usual pitfalls we run into. We’ll show how to fix these pitfalls, and help you understand why they happen. After this presentation, you will have a much better understanding of CSS, know the tools to use to debug it, and the resources to help you along the way. You’ll not only have an awesome website under-the-hood, but a good looking one too.

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Justin Carmony

Software Engineer invoved in PHP, AJAX, and Mobile Devices bio from Twitter

Justin is a jack-of-all-trades in web development. While he primarily considers himself a PHP developer, he also is a web designer, system administrator, and does just about anything involving the web. He loves small, lean teams of super talented individuals. He works with CEVO, and company that runs competitive online tournaments for popular games such as the Call of Duty series, StarCraft 2, and dozens of other games. They host tournaments with thousands of teams and players all over the world. They build gaming websites for Dell, nVidia, DirectTV, and several others, and work with gaming companies like Valve, Blizzard, and other game studios. He also helps organize the Utah PHP Usergroup, and works with the Utah Open Source Foundation.

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Time 11:30am12:30pm CST

Date Thu 24th May 2012

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tek12.phparch.com

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