CSS logic properties and Keep your frontend frameworks at an arms length
An evening with three talks ...
Your obstacles are yours to remove
Software is magic. Besides the speed of light there are few limitations on what can be achieved. You can make a change and reap the benefits seconds after, world wide. Few other disciplines have this agility and speed.
During my years as a consultant I have seen quite a few obstacles at both large and small companies. Obstacles that slow you down and lead to missed opportunities. What they all share is that they do not have to be obstacles, you and your organization are in control.
In this talk I will present a variety of imaginary obstacles and what you can do about them.
Make internationalisation easier with CSS logical properties!
Providing internationalisation to websites can be challenging, what if it could be like flipping a switch?
We have to consider fonts, responsive design for long words, and handle multiple reading directions.
What if we could add a product to a new market without having to provide any more code?
In this presentation I will talk about CSS logical properties, how they work and how you apply them.
Keep your frontend frameworks at an arms length
Today's frontend frameworks have progressed to the point where the division between application and business logic has become increasingly indistinct. The task of transitioning between frameworks or upgrading to a new major version is costly and challenging. In this presentation, we will examine some strategies you can adopt to make your code more portable by keeping the frameworks at an arms length.
- has been a consultant for many years and worked in a multitude of domains both domestic and international. While a developer at heart, Markus likes it best when he is at the intersection of the end user, the business and the technology.
- is a junior software consultant. His greatest interests are in user experience, new tech and coffee. He is driven by exploring different perspectives to present the best product for end-users
- is a software consultant who loves programming, enjoys drinking specialty coffee and finds balance by being outdoors.
17:30 – 17:45 – Meet & Greet
17:45 – 18:30 – Presentation
18:30 – 19:00 – Meet & eat
19:00 – 20:00 – Presentation