1. Shadi Abou-Zahra (W3C WAI) talks at the European Accessibility Forum (eafra.eu), 27 March 2009.

    Slides: w3.org/People/shadi/Talks/2009/0327/WAI/slidy

    Deutsche Version: vimeo.com/4148945

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  2. Diskussionsrunde auf dem Europäischen Accessibility Forum Frankfurt (eafra.de) mit Lars Gunther (The Web Standards Project Education Task Force), Chris Mills (Opera Software), Dr. Carlos Velasco (Fraunhofer FIT) und Prof. Hartmut Wöhlbier, 27. März 2009.

    Während Experten über den Browser sagen, es sei „die feindlichste Entwicklungsumgebung, die man sich vorstellen kann“, wird HTML an Hochschulen teilweise noch immer belächelt, „weil es keine richtige Programmiersprache“ wäre. So hinken einige der Entwicklung um Jahre hinterher, lehren auf dem Stand von Tabellenlayout und font-Tags. Für Unternehmen gestaltet es dabei sich zunehmend schwieriger, qualifizierte Frontend-Entwickler zu finden. Was sind die Gründe dafür? Wie wollen die Curricula zu Webstandards und Barrierefreiheit, an denen die Diskussionsteilnehmer mitgearbeitet haben, das ändern?

    Siehe auch die vorausgegangenen Präsentationen:
    Chris Mills: vimeo.com/4042955
    Lars Gunther: vimeo.com/4043033
    Dr. Carlos Velasco: vimeo.com/4043142

    English version: vimeo.com/4043236

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  3. Panel discussion at the European Accessibility Forum Frankfurt (eafra.eu) with Lars Gunther (The Web Standards Project Education Task Force), Chris Mills (Opera Software), Dr. Carlos Velasco (Fraunhofer FIT), and Prof. Hartmut Wöhlbier, 27 March 2009.

    Though experts say the browser is “the most hostile software development environment imaginable”, universities often deride HTML as not being a “real programming language”. As a result, some educators have fallen years behind current developments and are still teaching table-based layouts and font tags. This is making it increasingly difficult for companies to find qualified frontend developers. Why is this happening? How will the web standards and accessibility curricula developed by the panel participants help change this?

    See also the preceeding presentations:
    Chris Mills: vimeo.com/4042887
    Lars Gunther: vimeo.com/4043003
    Dr. Carlos Velasco: vimeo.com/4043136

    Deutsche Version: vimeo.com/4043250

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  4. Carlos Velasco (Fraunhofer FIT) mit einem Vortrag über die Barrierefreiheits-Curricula in Auftrag der Europäischen Kommission auf dem Europäischen Accessibility Forum Frankfurt (eafra.de) am 27. März 2009.

    English version: vimeo.com/4043136

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  5. Carlos Velasco (Fraunhofer FIT) talks about accessibility curricula at the European Accessibility Forum Frankfurt (eafra.eu), 27 March 2009.

    Deutsche Version: vimeo.com/4043142

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