At dotJS, we announced that from now on all our events will be carbon neutral!
It means that we will do everything we can to lower our footprint on the environment and we'll buy carbon offsets to compensate what's left (mostly attendee travel).
We want to make everyone feel great about coming to dotConferences, and hopefully inspire others to do the same!
How does a colorblind designer work with color? Not with his eyes! Instead David relies on reading color hex codes. He shares his process into understanding those six-digit codes and related insights into human vision, computer history, and digital color.
You can play a part in making Swift a more expressive language! Ben talks about enhancing the Swift standard library, which is the basic vocabulary for writing programs in Swift.
Sara gives you a crash course on SVG filters — why they are awesome, how they work, and examples of powerful effects you can create with them, in a friendly, easy-to-follow approach. Brace yourself, and get ready to set your imagination free and expand your creativity for what's possible on the Web today.
Joost Lubach at dotJS 2018
Mandy Michael at dotCSS 2018
Dan Cederholm at dotCSS 2018
Aga Naplocha at dotCSS 2018
Chloé-Agathe Azencott at dotAI 2018
Aurelien Geron at dotAI 2018
Peet Denny at dotAI 2018
Ellen Shapiro at dotSwift 2018