It is always nice to have the opportunity to get to travel and meet developers in various communities in the world: to understand their context, challenges and interests!
In April I was in South America, and part of that included giving two talks at a MDN Hack Day (well, evening) in Sao Paulo in Brazil. They were filmed with a handcam from front row, but I do believe that the videos with sound, combined with the slides, can prove to be useful for sharing – see them as the bootleg version. 🙂
Besides, I prefer that we share what we have – even though it might be rough – than having a lot of material that never gets out there.
So, I hope you will enjoy these:
HTML5, The Open Web, and what it means for you
(If you’ve opted in to HTML5 video on YouTube you will get that, otherwise it will fallback to Flash)
This talk is similar to the The Web is the Platform presentation at the .toster conference, but a couple of other bits, including a look at Mozilla Collusion.
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