Understanding HTML5 and Related Technologies

Date
Mon, 23 Sep 2013, 17:00 - 19:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Venue
405 E Joppa Rd # 301 , Towson, US
Cost
Free

5:00 - 5:30pm Refreshments 6:00pm Talk : Understanding HTML5 and Related Technologies, and What They Can Do For You (and Your Career) In this talk, Microsoft Technical Evangelist G. Andrew Duthie will talk about how HTML was the gateway that led him into a career in programming, and how the evolution of this pivotal part of the world wide web has enabled developers to go far beyond the static pages that were part of the early internet. Whether you're a complete newbie, or have slung a little code here and there, there's something for you here. We'll explore what HTML actually is, and do a tour of what it's used for, including building web sites, building games, authoring e-books, and of course, building apps for mobile devices, both using frameworks like Apache Cordova and as native apps, where applicable. We'll also be discussing CSS and JavaScript, since these are also essential parts of any developer's web toolkit. Bring your questions and your curiosity, so we can make this a highly interactive session.

Parking: Metered parking is available inside the Glen garage next to the building. Metered parking is also available on Cross Campus Drive which is also adjacent to the building (just use the pedestrian bridge to enter at the third floor). There are more parking lots across the street. Signs will be there to guide you to Room 459 once inside building.

Event venue: Room 459

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