Friday 22nd May, 2015
12:30pm to 1:00pm
Even in this day and age many parts of the world don’t have modern, industry compatible web standards education available, and what is available is often painfully out of date. The educators that know there’s a problem aren't the ones we need to target. And changing curricula is time consuming and difficult, even when a problem has been identified. Often the only choice is to go around the curriculum with additional sections, after school clubs, out of school clubs, home learning, and general meetups. In this talk Chris shares some of his experience in this area, and looks at some of the new things Mozilla are doing to help the cause.
Tech writer @mozilla, W3C fellow, ex-Opera, loves HTML/CSS/JS/really noisy music. Author of Practical CSS3: http://peachpit.com/practicalcss3. Buy my book! bio from Twitter
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