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Posts Tagged ‘presentation’

Flipping Tables

I was very pleased to be invited back to Style and Class to give a talk about making data tables responsive. Style and Class is a great Vancouver meetup I can’t recommend enough. Here are my slides, though the video and animated gifs don’t play :( Flipping Tables: Displaying Data on Small Screens from Stephanie […]

How To Debug CSS

Some quick notes and links for the talk I gave at WordCamp Vancouver about Debugging CSS. Edit: You can now watch a recording of

HTML5 Forms OF DOOM

I spoke at an HTML5 Code Camp the other day on HTML5 forms because HTML5 forms are cool! They’re so cool you can use most of them today anywhere you have a text field to increase functionality for your users! HTML5 Forms OF DOOM from stephaniehobson Download the slides. Sample form. Finished form (no peeking). […]

CADE/AMTECH Conference

I was in Winnipeg speaking at the CADE/AMTECH Conference last week. The weather was beautiful and I saw an excellent hockey game in which the Manitoba Moose (the Vancouver Canucks’ farm team) played spectacularly only to to be knocked out of the AHL playoffs in a very Canucks way (up 2-0 at the end of […]

If you can’t say something nicely…

I have lots to say but trouble finding the time and words to say it. Blog posts I hope to make in the next two weeks: Taking credit where credit is due – in response to a discussion about women in IT at zeldman.com. My thoughts on the hiring process and the job market and […]

I’m presenting at a conference!

One of the projects I’ve worked on at BCIT is Catt-Trax2. The website is for Danny Catt who is traveling through South America and Antarctica exploring conservation and sustainability issues and talking to the people in those regions working with those issues daily. He’s taking photos, video, and sound clips of this journey and blogging […]