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Elm: Build elegant UIs the functional way (And become a better Javascript dev in the process!)

Christopher Bloom
Friday - 10:15am-11:00am

ElmLang (http://elm-lang.org/) is a delightful, purely functional language that compiles down to Javascript.

The Alchemy of Wasted Time

Corey S. Pressman
Saturday - 9:30am-10:15am

We are at an important juncture in our technologic and social evolution requires focus and acumen and something else: poetry, imagination, and daydreaming.

How to Learn, Make, and Grow: Reflections on 5 Years of Teaching Technical Courses

Chris Martin
Saturday - 10:15am-11:00am

For five years, I taught a variety of technical courses (web design and development, video production, motion graphics, and professional practices) at a local community college and witnessed a lot

Getting Started with Continuous Integration on CircleCI 2.0

Andrew Taylor

Modern development is complex, with lots of tools to turn the code we write into the code used by the user’s browser.

Get Started with Voice User Interfaces

Amber Matz
Friday - 1:15pm-2:00pm

From personal assistants to chatbots, to conversational devices in the home, voice user interfaces that make tasks easier, faster, or more fun are quickly finding ways into our daily lives.

Great Tickets for Better Projects

Rose Hart
Friday - 11:15pm-12:00pm

Writing tickets is unglamorous, but a good ticket can make the difference between a beautiful site that matches the design, and something doesn't match intended design or functionality.

Engineering an Experience: Coding magical moments for VR

Gabe Paez
Saturday - 10:15am-11:00am

Over the past year at WILD, we have been building WILDSPACE, a cloud-based creative platform for VR that provides tools for designers to create, share, and collaborate on their life-scale designs.

7 Design Principles for Programmers

Ana Laura Coto
Friday - 10:15am-11:00am

As a designer, I have not always been able to effectively communicate the design requirements in my prototypes.

Mentor and Mentee: Expectations, Reality and Lessons Learned

Eric Paxton
Katrina Hirsch
Saturday - 3:30pm-4:00pm

A mentor and mentee relationship is a learning experience for everyone involved. This summer ThinkShout hired 3 interns. One of those positions was a front end intern, Katrina.

Down with CSS Animations! Long Live GreenSock JS!

Brian Gonzales
Friday - 3:30pm-4:15pm

Long before CSS transitions and keyframe animations there was the crude web of animated GIFs and some fancy Macromedia Flash (yes - I said Macromedia - I have been officially dated).

Shopify & Liquid : Development and Design for the e-commerce CMS platform

Jessie Matanky
Friday - 2:15pm-3:00pm

As an independent, freelance designer and developer, I quickly found my niche coding with liquid for Shopify as a Shopify Expert; creating e-commerce websites on what I consider to be the foremost

Working With Subcontractors on Your Next Solo Project

Spencer Brooks
Saturday - 11:15am-12:00pm

At some point in their career, many solo freelancers and consultants consider hiring subcontractors to help with their projects, or even scaling their solo work into a team.

Creating Digital Products for Passive Income

Dustin Lee
Saturday - 1:15pm-2:00pm
In 2013 I was nearly $50,000 in debt, struggling as a designer, and drinking too much. Then I discovered my wife and I were expecting a little girl (our first child).

Advanced Shopify Workflow

Maxwell Carl Scott
Friday - 4:30pm-5:15pm
Maxwell will continue our experience with Shopify by showcasing some of his development workflow procedures.
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