San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
FED (Front End Development) London - Sponsored by Yahoo is hosting a quarterly meetup at its offices in the heart of central London. The next event will take place on Tuesday 13th January, 2015 between 6pm - 9pm and will have a theme for the evening of "building large scale web apps".
Entry to this event is free, with pizza and beer being provided by Yahoo.
We are happy to announce we have 4 confirmed guest speakers.
Passionate about Web Design and CSS. He is a front-end engineer at Yahoo.
Thierry (@thierrykoblentz) will talk about Atomic CSS, and challenges CSS best practices with a focus on bloat, obsolescence, redundancy, poor caching and more.
Andrea (@WebReflection) is currently a Senior Software Engineer at Twitter, previously working at Facebook and also at Nokia where he was mainly focused on the Mobile HTML5 Here map engine. Active JS community contributor and web-standards promoter.
Phil (@leggetter) is Head of Developer Evangelism at Pusher where his focus is to share knowledge and ideas relating to realtime functionality in web and mobile apps.
Prior to rejoining Pusher, Phil worked at Caplin Systems on the BladeRunnerJS open source developer toolkit built to enable teams to build and maintain large single pages apps.
Phil will talk about the concepts and workflows that fed into the workflows and application architecture that was core to the BladeRunnerJS toolkit.
Martin (@thebeebs) works for Microsoft where he talks to developers about HTML5, Windows 8 and the web.
Martin has been developing since he was 16 and over the past 16 years has worked on projects with many Major brands Martin has written articles for, and been featured in, .NET Magazine, ZDNet, the Microsoft Developer Network, Ubelly.com and Windows Magazine.
5:45pm - 6:15pm Registration / doors open.
6:15pm - 6:45pm Talk 1: Andrea Giammarchi.
6:50pm - 7:20pm Talk 2: Thierry Koblentz.
7:25pm - 7:55pm Break. Food / beer and networking.
8pm - 8:30pm Talk 3: Martin Beeby
8:35pm - 9:05pm Talk 4: Phil Leggetter
9:10pm - 9:30pm End of event. Doors closed.