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ConFoo Vancouver: Call for Papers is open

ConFoo Vancouver: December 5th-7th 2016

ConFoo Call for Papers is Open

ConFoo is once more seeking passionate speakers for the upcoming conference.

The event is happening in Montreal, Canada, between February 24th and 26th, 2016. It is an exciting conference for web developers with speakers from all over the world. It unites many web programming languages under one roof, as well as other topics related to web development. The call for papers closes on September 20th.

ConFoo renews 50% of its speakers each year. If you’re new to this conference, you should definitely submit.

If you would just like to attend, there is a discount until October 13th.

Top 5 JavaScript tools you shouldn’t be without

JavaScript has emerged in the past couple years as the de facto expression of next generation web technologies, and a critical component of HTML5 technologies – along with CSS and JQuery. JavaScript is really ubiquitous – it really is showing up everywhere! There are many other reasons why JavaScript and JS-based tools are becoming the wave of the future. JavaScript is the #1 most-used language on GitHub, and this trend is only going to increase. As one article put it, “JavaScript is the number one …

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ConFoo is looking for speakers

ConFoo is currently looking for web professionals with deep understanding of PHP, Java, Ruby, Python, DotNet, HTML5, Databases, Cloud Computing, Security and Mobile development to share their skills and experience at the next ConFoo. Submit your proposals between August 25th and September 22nd.

ConFoo is a conference for developers that has built a reputation as a prime destination for exploring new technologies, diving deeper into familiar topics, and experiencing the best of community and culture.

  • ConFoo 2015 will be hosted on February 18-20 in Montreal, at the Hilton Bonaventure Hotel.
  • We take good care of our speakers by covering most expenses including travel, accommodation, lunch, full conference ticket, etc.
  • Presentations are 35min + 10min for questions, and may be delivered in English or French.
  • ConFoo is an …
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ConFoo 2014 is at our door steps

ConFoo, the conference for web developers, is hosting its fifth edition. It will take place in Montreal at the Hilton Bonaventure on February 26th – 28th. These five days are packed with great technical talks and semi-private trainings on your favorite technologies.

It’s definitely a conference for IT professionals, wether you are a developer, integrator or project manager. With its 150 talks, you are sure to find a presentation that will help you grow your core skills. Among them you can find :

  • Mobile development
  • Cloud computing
  • Project management
  • Databases and big data
  • Development with PHP, Ruby, Java, DotNet, Python and Javascript
  • Web security

Meet the experts who crafted your programming language or framework, and who push the technology to a new level. Exchange …

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ConFoo: The conference for web developers is looking for speakers.

ConFoo is currently looking for web professionals with deep understanding of PHP, Java, Ruby, Python, DotNet, HTML5, Databases, Cloud Computing, Security and Mobile development to share their skills and experience at the next ConFoo. Submit your proposals between August 26th and September 22nd.

ConFoo is a conference for developers that has built a reputation as a prime destination for exploring new technologies, diving deeper into familiar topics, and experiencing the best of community and culture.

  • ConFoo 2014 will be hosted on February 26-28 in Montreal, at the Hilton Bonaventure Hotel.
  • We take good care of our speakers by covering most expenses including travel, accommodation, lunch, full conference ticket, etc.
  • Presentations are 35min + 10min for questions, …
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ConFoo 2013: Call for Papers is Now Open!

ConFoo is one of the most important web developer-oriented conferences. ConFoo 2013 will be held on February 25 through March 1 in Montreal, Canada.

We just opened call for papers and we are looking for the best PHP, Java, Ruby, DotNet,HTML5 experts who are willing to share their knowledge with the Canadian community. Candidates can submit proposals until September 23. Consult the call for papers page for details and to start submitting. That page also explains what expenses ConFoo can cover for speakers. You can also get advice on how to write proposals.

The call for papers is public, meaning that all proposals get published on the website for others to vote and comment on. This approach allows the organizers to pick subjects that have …

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Open APIs are the new open source

We’ve seen the rise of open source software in the enterprise and also beyond the IT industry, but the real keys to openness and its advantages in today’s technology world — where efficient use of cloud computing and supporting services are paramount — exist in open application programming interfaces, or APIs.

Open source software continues to be a critical part of software development, systems administration, IT operations and more, but much of the action in leveraging modern cloud computing and services-based infrastructures centers on APIs. Open APIs are the new open source.

Read the full story at LinuxInsider.

HTML5 video: On2 VP8, H.264 and Ogg Theora

HTML 5 video is coming, but which codec is going to be used to deliver it?

Internet Explorer, Safari and Chrome have chosen on H.264, while Firefox and Opera are going for Ogg Theora. For us developers this sucks, because there is no one codec we can bet on to work in any browser. There's flash, which is more ubiquitous than any single browser, but it's a whole new toolchain to learn, and in my opinion it's a declining technology which will one day join the ranks of shockwave and <applet>. The future is in HTML, so what to do? Unfortunately there's no easy answer, so the most I can do is give an overview of what is going on today.

Choose multiple

First and foremost, keep in mind that the standard for the <video> tag allows multiple codes. You can easily specify a video tag with both an ogg vorbis and an H.264 source. This works as follows:

  1. <video controls="true">
  2. <source …
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