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  2. The W3C community works hard to create Web standards. In this video created in partnership with Microsoft, we learn why. Get involved at w3.org/participate

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  3. Classes, and the CSS methodologies based on them, have begot a component based approach to styling web pages. This results in a form of presentational markup that, despite breaking with the "separation of concerns" principle, has proven to be a popular approach to collaborating on style schemas. However, methodologies and standards are not equivalent and inviting the explicit prescription of CSS into the editorial process will quickly alienate non-developers charged with simply writing content. This session will explore ways to help content editors elicit stylistic nuances without having to think about design or CSS at all.

    Slides: slides.com/heydon/effortless-style/
    About Heydon: heydonworks.com

    More about CSS Day: cssday.nl or twitter.com/cssdayconf

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  4. If you like this video from the NationJS 2013 JavaScript conference, Washington, DC., then check out NationJS, Oct 3-4, 2014. See nationjs.com/ for details. Follow NationJS at twitter.com/nationjs.

    JavaScript isn’t just for the web anymore. Andrew will show how javascript can interact with physical hardware. This talk will cover the basics of writing a custom Node.js addon that interfaces with a Nintendo Wii Remote. In particular, Andrew will discuss his experiences hacking Node.js and the challenges in developing a multithreaded Node.js addon.

    The end result is that with less than 50 lines of javascript (both client and server side), Node.js and socket.io can read input from a wiimote and update the browser in realtime!

    Andrew Brampton (@TheBramp) is a technical lead at Genesys Labs, a company that enables communication between our clients and their consumers. Specifically Andrew is responsible for maintaining numerous platforms related to (SMS/MMS) messaging, and mobile web.

    Before Genesys, Andrew was a researcher at Lancaster University, teaching, and researching the area of distributed systems. In his free time Andrew can be found kernel hacking, contributing to open source, and playing around with new technologies. Check out his blog bramp.net or follow him at github.com/bramp

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  5. If you like this video, check out the RubyNation (Ruby and Rails) and NationJS (JavaScript) conferences, Washington, DC. RubyNation, June 5-7th, 2014. See rubynation.org/ for details. Follow RubyNation at twitter.com/rubynation. NationJS, Fall, 2014. See nationjs.com/ for details. Follow NationJS at twitter.com/nationjs.

    Description: Let's try building something in ClojureScript using Om. Om is a thin ClojureScript wrapper over React created by David Nolen. Adam Solove will walk through how how Om uses React, and then show an example of building a little UI with it. React is a functional JavaScript API from Facebook for building interactive browser apps (there is another video from Adam that covers ReactJS in detail available here: vimeo.com/92687646).

    Speaker: Adam Solove is a DC area engineer exploring better ways to build user interfaces for the web. He works for Pagemodo. He also recently spoke at NationJS 2013 (twitter.com/nationjs).

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