Posts Tagged ‘events’

WebVisions in Portland

I made the trip to Portland, Oregon today to attend the WebVisions conference that starts tomorrow. This is the first time I’ve been to Portland and so far it seems like a nice enough place. The conference is a bit unique in that its a combination of workshops and speaker sessions.
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An Event Apart – San Francisco

When I was younger, thinking about San Francisco conjured up images of Joe Montana and Jerry Rice playing in Candlestick Park. Oh, and earthquakes. Growing up in Texas (Cowboys Fan), that was my narrow view of that storied city.

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CSS Fluency

On Saturday, I had the privilege of speaking to the DFW Adobe Users Group (DFWAUG) about CSS and modern, standards-based web design.

After several weeks of mounting anxiety about my first public speaking venture, I nervously delivered a presentation entitled CSS Fluency: Speaking the Language of Cascading Style Sheets.
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Overheard at Webmaster Jam Session 2007

Last weekend I had the good fortune to attend the 2007 Webmaster Jam Session. I enjoyed the experience of learning from some great speakers, meeting some new friends and hanging out with old friends and new co-workers.

I haven’t had the mental bandwidth to sit down and comprehensively write down everything I learned and how it will shape my future. But I did take a few notes and thought it’d be good to share something, so I put together a list of “one-liners” from my notes of a few of the sessions I attended.
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