Things are hotting up! The State of the Browser day is taking shape nicely, into what will doubtless prove to be a valuable and interesting day of discussions around the latest developments in the major web browsers. I’ll be there flying the flag for Opera, and there will also be representatives from our esteemed space-sharers, Mozilla, Google and Microsoft.
In terms of what we’ll be discussing, there will be some set sessions, but a number of the sessions will be fairly open, giving you the audience the opportunity to shape the day, and have your say. And this is why I’m blogging – I’d like you to give us your ideas ahead of time, or at least bring some ideas along for discussion!
As for my breakout sessions, I’m thinking of giving mini tutorial sessions on newer CSS3 features such as object-fit, gradients and multi-col. I also want to get some feedback on Opera Dragonfly. But I’m also happy to run sessions on whatever you want help or a discussion on. We’ll have a board up at the event where people can suggest topics, others can vote topics up or down, and speakers can choose topics to cover.