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The New Web - HTML5
Date and Time
November 14, 2011 06:30 PM - 10:30 PM (GMT-8 Pacific Time US & Canada)
4800 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90027
Register for free here:
This event is happening in Hollywood in a nice venue, Barnsdall Park's Gallery Theatre.
Catered food included.
Stephanie (Sullivan) Rewis is a front-end developer and custom corporate trainer. Author of books, magazine articles, tutorials and videos, she's a driving force in the Web Standards Project (WaSP), as their Industry Evangelist to Adobe. As an expert consultant and front-end developer brought in by clients and agencies to handle tough projects, she's worked with a dazzling spectrum of organizations from Newsweek, MLB, New York Magazine, Adobe, Freelancers Union, CSU Fresno, SalesForce.com, and Quiznos to Disney's "TRON" and a lively bunch of startups. A vibrant speaker at conferences worldwide, she focuses on the practical problem-solving that audiences are eager to hear.
When not on-the-road, Greg spends his time with his MacBook Pro on his lap, hanging out with his co-author and wife Stephanie (Sullivan) Rewis, or teaching his two sons the finer points of classic rock on the guitar and piano.
Elliott Sprehn works for Google as a Tech Lead on Google Feedback (or better known on Google+ as the Send Feedback button in the bottom right corner). He also contributes with the AngularJS project, the power of FLex in HTML5. Elliott has worked on a variety of projects from network services, to realtime messaging systems, as well as most obviously web applications. He is a strong advocate of web standards and has participated in the HTML5 WG and WHATWG. He also works closely with groups at Google working on the related standards.
A generation is growing up expecting a limitless, connected experience;
HTML5, a natural evolution of the HTML language has captured the attention of web designers and developers world wide offering new ways to visualize, consume and engage with information and media. A versatile tool, HTML5 can be used to accomplish tasks, present information and create expressive immersive experiences across the internet on workstation and mobile devices alike.
Join the LA tech community and invited guests for a supercharged evening as we delve into the emerging web technologies and how it will pertain to your workspace.