HTML5 has been hyped a lot the last 12 months. Each passing day, the browsers support more and more of the HTML 5 featuree set, both in terms of the new HTML form elements and the new JacaScript API's. This mark a new start for creating great applications based on Open Wen Standards.
This Code Camp will be a project-oriented, hard core, hands-on deep-dive into HTML 5 where we'll visit all of the important specifications and implement a real solution in project teams.
Recruit and armour the HTML5 warriors and send them to war to move Norwegian IT to the front-line of great front-end solutions.
21:00: *Dinner *
16:20: Coding Challenge Award
I’m a member of the Web Standards Project‘s Accessibility Task Force. Author of Introducing HTML 5. I’m a jobbing web developer with a firm belief that the web is a revolutionary communication mechanism and should be available to all. Since June 2008, I’ve been working for Opera, evangelizing open web standards as part of their Developer Relations team.
Gregers Gram Rygg
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