dotCSS 2015

By Anders Olsen Sandvik on

dotCSS was the first CSS conference I have attended. Unfortunately the conference had no WiFi which would be nice for the people coming from outside of France. The location was a cramped and beautiful theater (see photos by Andrey). I also attended the [dotJS](Link to blog post) conference.

There was a lot of CSS spec talks and several speakers spoke about the CSS-TAG Houdini Task Force, a project to enable Javascript to interact with the CSS engine. Una Kravets had a great talk about CSSgram. I recommend watching Rachel Andrews talk about layout with Flexbox, Grid and Box Alignment. If you work in a big company Daniel Eden had an interesting talk about the challenges they faced at Dropbox with CSS.

Why Paris is awesome place for conferences like #dotCSS pic.twitter.com/sSyFfHjInG

— Andrey Sitnik (@andreysitnik) December 4, 2015

Proof I was at the confrence. dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Rachel Andrew βœ“ Recommend
πŸŽ₯ The New CSS Layout
πŸ’» Slides
πŸ”— Modern css layout
πŸ“ Interesting talk about layout with Flexbox, Grid and Box Alignment.

My talk from @dotCSS is now online. 18 minutes, 68 slides. Grid, Flexbox, Box Alignment. https://t.co/6RGXg5sch9 #… pic.twitter.com/7oiDyUc38e

— Rachel Andrew (@rachelandrew) December 22, 2015

dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Andrey Sitnik
πŸŽ₯ Fix global CSS with PostCSS
πŸ’» Slides
πŸ“ Showing off some stuff that can be done in PostCSS.

Keynotes from today @andreysitnik talk β€œFix Global CSS with PostCSS” from #dotCSS in Paris https://t.co/1rzBXAeNS7 pic.twitter.com/V3zO7qP7Ti

— PostCSS (@PostCSS) December 4, 2015

dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Daniel Eden βœ“ Recommend
πŸŽ₯ (S)CSS at Dropbox
πŸ’» Slides not available.
πŸ“ A nice talk about the challenges Dropbox had with a large CSS codebase. He talks about some of the problems. I would like to hear a lot more about how to attack the problems or what Dropbox did about them but still an interesting talk.

dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Ben Briggs
πŸŽ₯ Lightning talk 1: Ben Briggs
πŸ’» Slides
πŸ“ Talk about CSS optimizations with CSSnano.

dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Una Kravets
πŸŽ₯ Editing Images with CSS
πŸ’» Slides not available.
πŸ“ CSS image filters.

Back with 18 minutes slots. Our next speaker is Una Kravets @Una, front-end developer & designer at @IBMBluemix pic.twitter.com/iTlWXLQkIk

— dotCSS (@dotCSS) December 4, 2015

dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Alan Stearns
πŸŽ₯ Becoming Responsible for CSS
πŸ’» Slides
πŸ“ How to get more involved in the creation of the CSS spec.

"Shoot when things go wrong" @alanstearns co-chairman of #CSS Working Group - Don't hesitate to bug report! @dotCSS pic.twitter.com/f736W9XYst

— Tophe (@topheman) December 4, 2015

dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Tom Giannattasio
πŸŽ₯ Transform Alchemy
πŸ’» Slides
πŸ“ CSS transforms

Lets ignite the last session of the day with Tom Giannattasio @attasi, founder of @macawco pic.twitter.com/bMJzHTeXvb

— dotCSS (@dotCSS) December 4, 2015

πŸ‘€ Chris Eppstein
πŸŽ₯ Expanding the Boundaries of CSS
πŸ’» Slides
πŸ“ Extra features in CSS and valuation of designers.

Our next speaker @chriseppstein, co-creator of @SassCSS #dotCSS pic.twitter.com/s3yfza3zxc

— dotCSS (@dotCSS) December 4, 2015

dotCSS 2015

πŸ‘€ Daniel Glazman
πŸŽ₯ Pushing CSS to new frontiers
πŸ’» Slides
πŸ“ Talked about CSS Working Group.

CSS beyond Styling. @glazou wants it to replace XSLT. And even more with https://t.co/rZGRFnoF3E #dotCSS pic.twitter.com/xzw3Co7gKh

— nedtNedter (@nedtNedter) December 4, 2015

dotCSS 2015


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