Rob Larsen

Navigating the Uncertain Web

DateTuesday, October 7, 2014

Time
6pm - London | 1pm - New York | Wed, Oct 8th at 4am - Sydney | Wed, Oct 8th at 2am - Tokyo | Wed, Oct 8th at 1am - Beijing | 10:30pm - Mumbai

Presented by: Rob Larsen

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

Cost: Free

The modern web is a wild place. The proliferation of new browsers, new devices, new input models and new additions to the web platform have combined to create an environment full of uncertainty. It's never been more difficult to create widely compatible sites. This webcast will show you how to approach compatibility in a nimble way and will help you to solve problems confidently when you're faced with the web's uncertainty.

About Rob Larsen

Rob is an experienced front end engineer, team lead and manager. Since 1999 (that's Web 1.0, if you're keeping track) been building web sites and applications for some of the world's biggest brands.

Rob is an active writer and speaker on web technology with a special focus on emerging standards like HTML5, CSS3 and the ongoing evolution of the JavaScript programming language. He is co-author of Professional jQuery, the author of Beginning HTML and CSS and, coming in November 2014 from O'Reilly, The Uncertain Web. He's also active in the open source community.

In his career Rob has spent time at Sapient Global Markets, Isobar, The Brand Experience, Cramer and as an independent consultant. Over the course of his career Rob has solved unique problems for clients like Samsung, Motorola, Philips, Gillette, Boston's Museum of Science, State Street Corporation and Harvard Kennedy School.

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