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Front Porch Dallas 2014

The premier Dallas conference for front-end web development focused on web technologies, tools and workflows, and best practices for a faster, better web.

7 October 2014 from 9am to 5pm

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Front Porch is a conference on front-end web technologies for developers, designers, entrepreneurs, and managers. Its focus is on web technologies, tools and workflows, and best practices for a faster, better web.

Front Porch takes place at Granada Theater on October 7, 2014, 9am - 5pm. This is a great opportunity for attendees to improve their craft and build a stronger community in the Dallas and Fort Worth area.

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The topics covered at this year’s Front Porch are essential for any company that takes the web seriously. As a developer, you’ll learn how to bring your team up to date with stronger tools, best practices, and new technologies being used by other developers in DFW.

Strengthen your team’s skills.

The takeaways from our conference will strengthen your team and company for attending. By improving your current skill set as well as adding new ones, you and your company will benefit from the knowledge gained at our conference.

Topics covered include: Sass, SMACSS, RWD, Modernizr, Ionic Framework, Accessibility, Responsive Image Strategies, SVG, WebGL, Three.js, Capistrano and more.
Learn more at http://frontporch.io

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  • Matthew Carver
  • Matt Baxter
  • Justin Noel
  • Chirag Gupta
  • David Lyons
  • Andrew Turner
  • Lindsey Norman
  • Kim Lovering
  • Julia Elman
  • Alexis Abril
  • Chris Williams

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