Adam D. Scott is a developer and educator based in Connecticut. He currently works as the web development lead at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where he focuses on building open source tools. Additionally, he has worked in education for over a decade, teaching and writing curriculum on a range of technical topics. He is the author of WordPress for Education (Packt, 2012), the Introduction to Modern Front-End Development video course (O'Reilly 2015), and Building Web Applications for Everyone (O'Reilly 2016).
Webcast: Building web apps that work everywhere December 01, 2016
Adam Scott explores how to build web apps that deliver services for everyone, everywhere, covering a range of topics around building websites and applications that meet the needs of all users.