I’m excited to announce I will be speaking at Iowa Code Camp on December 5th in Ankeny, Iowa on Responsible Responsive Web Design.
I’ll be discussing how you can design a website responsibly and delivery a consistent user experience to users on small and large screen devices. I’ll also talk about how to decrease your website’s page size quickly and effectively to make your website load fast even on the slowest of connections. We’ll also cover using the newest HTML specifications even on browsers that do not have native support.
Registration for Iowa Code Camp is now open. The event is completely free for anyone who wants to attend and includes breakfast and lunch onsite and also an after party hosted by Robert Half Technology.
The event is Saturday, May 9th from 8 am to 5:30 pm at the Hotel Kirkwood in Cedar Rapids. There will be 5 blocks of sessions with 7 sessions going on at a time, so you’re sure to find something you want to attend during each time slot.
There are 100, 200 and even a few 300 level sessions covering topics such as Agile methodologies, DevOps, Ember, Git, Go, Kafka, R and Responsive Web Design. If you attended Iowa Code Camp last November in Ankeny there are many speakers who presented that are presenting again this year on different topics.
I’m happy to announce I’ve been selected to speak at Iowa Code Camp, May 9, 2015 at The Hotel Kirkwood in Cedar Rapids. If you’re interested in attending the cost is absolutely free for anyone wanting to attend and registration will be open shortly. I’ll have a follow up post once registration is open.
I will be speaking about Responsible Responsive Web Design. In the 75 minute talk I’ll be covering what responsive design is and how to build a website using it. I’ll also cover how to design a responsive website responsibly – How you can delivery a consistent user experience to users on small and large screen devices and how to decrease your website’s page size quickly and effectively to make your website load fast even on slow internet connections. Lastly, I’ll cover how to use the newest HTML5 specifications even on browsers that do not have native support.
A big thanks goes out to Scott Jehl, who wrote the book Responsible Responsive Design that inspired this talk.