On Jul 30 Mark McFadden wrote: Review for Fluent Conference 2014 Complete Video Compilation
With almost 49 hours of video instruction, there is bound to be something for any software developer to profit from the purchase of the Fluent 2014 Conference. Within my review, I will first review the keynotes sessions and then a small sampling of the many tutorial offerings. Unlike many developer conferences the keynotes were a pleasant surprise in that they were not the typical topical overviews. For example.... Full Review >
On Jul 23 Daniel Cardoso wrote: Present and future of the Web
The video compilation of Fluent Conference show lots of Web authoring best practices, by well known people that are ruling the Web forward.
On Jul 9 Senal Kinuka wrote: Fluent conference 2014 By O'Reilly Media, Inc. Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Important--I haven't reviewed every video included in this product--it's not practical but anyone can get an ideal idea of what I'm telling. I got access to all the videos of the conference by beign a member of O'Reilly Reader Review Program...I
'm a student who's studying web development. I'll summarize my review by breaking it down to several sections, so its easy to navigate
Satisfaction = 90%
I really like the tutorials.They are Great!as a learner i started watching with the tutorials section..
1.1 AngularJs Fundamentals by Mark Bates
Mark Bates is the guy behind Metacasts.tv and he has done an amazing job at the fluentconf..his tutorials are very engaging and he had the ability to overcome the boredness by making some fun..if you are a complete newbie to Angulajs then i recommend to use the pause button more often and try to write your own code with him than just watching the video.For someone whos already familiar with Angular this tutorial will help to refresh your knowledge.
1.2 Attacking Web Applications by Sasha Goldshtein
This tutorial is not for absolute beginner.Should be a developer who can understand backend and frontend technolgies as well as have some basic understanding of security.But its very engaging i do recommend it to anyone who loves to learn the basics of bad side of the web technologies.
Satisfaction = 100%
Satisfaction = 100%
3.1 Polymer:Web Components in Action by Eric Bidelman Full Review >
On Jun 16 John Pearson wrote: Great video collection
Tutorials, trends, and opinions from the forefront of web development. Full Review >