Fronteers 2010 - A conference for front-end developers

30 August 2010


A Blue Perspective: Fronteers 2010 - A conference for front-end developers

It's exactly 39 days until I'll be speaking in Amsterdam about the Renaissance of Browser Animation for Fronteers 2010, and I'm getting pretty excited about it. A large part of which is due to the fact that the venue looks absolutely incredible. Not only that, but the line-up looks incredible, Amsterdam looks incredible, and my beard's looking incredible.

My talk will be exploring the state of animation in browsers today; everything from HTML, to Canvas, SVG and Flash. It will touch on the performance, workflow, and accessibility of all these technologies and will hopefully give you an objective view of all your animation possibilities as you approach your next project.

If you're a front-end developer in Holland – or Europe – I highly suggest you spend a couple of days with Jeremy, Andy, Jina and all the others at Fronteers. I'm certain you'll come away inspired.


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    Krijn Hoetmer commented on 30 August 2010 @ 03:41

    An incredible beard? POIDH! ;)

    See you in October!

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    Ilari Sahamies commented on 1 September 2010 @ 14:15

    I wish I could join you in Amsterdam, a very beautiful city and so much fun.

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    Joel commented on 2 September 2010 @ 17:47

    Aw, man, I wish I was going!

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    gweb commented on 6 September 2010 @ 06:57

    now with CSS 3 and Html 5 we go to see I lot of Amazing Work, Em Amsterdam Just 5000 mile away From me.

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    Mircea Piturca commented on 7 September 2010 @ 09:31

    I am really interested in seeing you in Amsterdam. Great to see that you are talking on The Renaissance of Browser Animation as I am doing an HTML5 app on this. Hope that I can ask you few questions on this. See you!

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    Marco commented on 8 September 2010 @ 06:57

    Are any places free? do you plan to show video from this event?

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    Krijn Hoetmer commented on 8 September 2010 @ 07:16

    @Mircea: We've got two afterparties for that, both without music :)

    @Marco: Yes, there are still some places left. And we're going to put all the session videos online after the conference (if speakers allow us to, of course), just like we did last year (even though they were a bit late and we didn't have all of them).

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    Lazar commented on 11 September 2010 @ 08:57

    Amsterdam is a very beautiful place to visit, i'm sure you will enjoy it very much.

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    Inge commented on 17 September 2010 @ 22:06

    It is good to hear we've some great front-end web development events in the Netherlands.

    @Krijn Hoetmer, looking forward to see the video reports online

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