Announcing our January event: Pick’n’Mix

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It’s January and we thought why not start the year as you mean to go on, with good practise and learning something new? With that in mind we have the following engaging talks lined up. The event is on Tuesday 18 January.

Writing jQuery that doesn’t suck

Front-end developer at Nature, regular at PubStandards and regular web scene contributor, Ross Bruniges (@rossbruniges) will be extolling his passion for good practice when using JavaScript libraries, in this case jQuery. He’ll cover caching, performance, accessibility and JavaScript patterns that will make your code slick – complete with go faster stripes. Not just for the newbie.

HTML5 Transport Protocol

Returning for his third presentation (see “Faster Web Pages“, April 2010) Kornel Lesiński (@pornelski) will be covering HTTP. An overview of the protocol that powers the web. Come and hear Kornel demystify what sounds like a complex topic, with lots of useful snippets of information along the way.

All of this with the bonus of a lightening talk by Peter Gasston (@stopsatgreen) called “How we’ll layout websites in 2016”.

Tickets will be released this Wednesday 12 January (tomorrow) at 1pm:

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