Wow, do I really have nothing scheduled? Easily fixed.
Talks I've Given
IndieWeb Summit 2019 Keynote: On Contractions and Expansions (transcript)
This is my first keynote ever. I was asked if I could "give a brief (10-15min) keynote at IndieWeb Summit on your experiences as a long time blogger? You can focus on any aspect you want, challenges, what’s it like today, aspirations for the future etc. slides optional." I rather went orthogonal to the request, but I like what I delivered.
ImageCon 2018: Beyond Resizing: The Image Performance Checklist (video, slides, and transcript)
Concentrating on just image performance, a happy, feel-good talk about loading images fast, and what you should minimally do for image performance.
Squares Conference 2017 (slides and talk transcript)
Engineers for Engineers (slides, video, and links)
This talk, Automate Your Site's Front-End Performance, was given at Constant Contact's Engineers for Engineers conference in Waltham Massachusetts, on September 18 2015,
HighEdWeb Technical Academy, Milwaukee Wisconsin, Oct 3 2015, hands-on workshop. Automating for Developer Happiness and Front-End Performance
Web Directions 2015, Sydney, Australia, Oct 29-30 2015, talk and hands-on workshop Automate Your Site's Front-End Performance (workshop) / Automating for Developer Happiness and Front-End Performance (talk)
Automate all the Front End Development Things!, another version of the automating talk, but with a twist! Since there are 3 other sessions on Grunt, we're going to skip _some_ of the grunt and automate other things! June 5th, Edinburgh, Scotland, Scotch on the Rocks!
Automating all the Front-End Development Things!, my cfObjective 2014 talk slides on how to automate front-end workflows with Grunt, Sass, Browser-Sync, Yeoman, Alfred, application launchers, and the like.
Lazy Dev's Dash through Sass, version 2
Second iteration of the mad dash introduction to Sass, with a short emphasis on gradients, transforms and animation to show how easy it is to use.
Lazy Dev's Dash through Sass
Mad dash introduction to Sass, with a short emphasis on gradients, transforms and animation to show how easy it is to use.