March 31: HTML 5 Workshop in Dallas

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HTML5 WorkshopHTML5 is everywhere and it is everything. It will transform your simple website into a magical unicorn flying over a double rainbow. It will do all this and more. (Really? No, not really.) While, the buzz and hype surrounding HTML5 may be hyperbole, the additional functionality under the HTML5 canopy can, in fact, bring an enhanced richness to your web applications, both in Mobile and Desktop setting.

In this full day training we’ll explore several aspects of HTML5, from the simple markup enhancements to more advanced topics like offline storage and geolocation. Come ready to learn and code!

 

What You Will Learn

  • What HTML5 is…for real.
  • Mobile and Desktop usage
  • New Semantic elements
  • CSS 3
  • Application Cache and Local Storage
  • Browser based Geolocation
  • Client/Server Communication

Class Details:

  • Type of Workshop = In-person workshop, not a webinar
  • Date = March 31, 2012 (Saturday)
  • Time = 10AM to 4PM
  • Food = Donuts/Bagels/Muffins and Coffee/Orange Juice (breakfast), Pizza and Sodas (Lunch)
  • Location is:
    Sabre Headquarters
    3150 Sabre Drive
    Building A, Room A1-157
    Southlake, Texas 76092
    Google Map: http://g.co/maps/wps4y

About Your Instructor

Mark McSpadden has been building full stack web applications for the last 10 years. Over the last 6 years he has been using Ruby on Rails to build applications for small businesses, large enterprises, and random web contests whenever he gets a free moment. He is the organizer of the Dallas Ruby Brigade and recently organized the first Dallas Code Retreat as part of the Global Day of Code Retreat.

Mark loves to spend his non-screen time cooking, eating, laughing, playing, and exploring the world with his wife and 2 young daughters.

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Contributed by Brian Keith Sullivan (300 Posts)

Brian Sullivan is the Usability Principal at Sabre. He is President of DFW-UPA. Brian is one of the creators of Big Design Events, Big Design Magazine, Big Design Dallas and Chicago. Brian is actively involved in World Usability Day. You can read his UX writings at The Usability Corner. Brian has an MA, MBA, and CUA.


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