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Larry Schiefer, CTO at HiQES and Android Instructor at NewCircle delivers an in-depth presentation on the Renderscript framework in Android at AnDevCon 2013.
Brian Leathem discusses approaches you can take in both the front and back-ends of your polyglot web applications to achieve an architecture that allows for a seamless use of multiple web frameworks.
Learn what to consider when evaluating a PaaS and how you can utilize leading technologies, like in-memory computing, to quickly build and deploy innovative cloud apps.
Simeon Franklin will set you up with a good foundation for developing with Django in this presentation delivered at University of San Francisco.
Khanderao Kand compares various popular Java cloud platforms, and gives you an idea of what you should consider before selecting one.
Find out how LinkedIn is using the Play Framework to build front-end and back-end services at massive scale
Stephen O'Grady of developer focused analyst firm, RedMonk, will paint a picture of what the future might have in-store for Java in his keynote presentation from JAXConf 2013
Life on the edge is innovating a system that is ultimately responsible for 1/3 of all internet bandwidth usage in the US. Adrian Cole from Netflix we'll tell you how they do it.
Yehuda Katz's keynote from JAXConf 2013
Lambdas are coming in Java 8. Jamie Allen of Typesafe discusses common pitfalls associated with lambdas and how developers new to lambdas can avoid those pitfalls.
Oracle, Java, and you. Georges Saab's keynote from JAXConf 2013.
Videos from JAXConf 2013
Miško Hevery, the founder of AngularJS visits the Marakana studio to give us a fresh angle on AngularJS.
Adobe's Bear Travis talks about the relationship between the rapid-pace progress of development for the web and evolving web standards in this talk from HTML5 Developer Conference.
Nicholas Zakas of Box talks about writing maintainable code as part of a larger team.
Three awesome presentations from the Belgian Student and Startup Mixer event, presented by the SF HTML5 meetup group on April 4th, 2013.
Tantek Çelik of Mozilla talks about the exciting improvements that microformats2 and newer HTML5 elements bring to structured web data.
This talk will review several examples of how to enhance an existing site with simple but lively animations that will work in modern browsers, and degrade nicely in older browsers.
"There is nothing stopping you from dazzling audiences with web technologies - all you need to do is to get back some of the excitement we felt when we fought the machine."
Frank Maker shares wisdom and lessons learned from his PhD research on the subject of battery use in mobile in this presentation from The SF Android User Group.
Marakana HTML5 Instructor, Rick Hurst chats with the woman behind HTML5DevConf to find out what makes the conference stand out.
When the best minds in the HTML5 circuit gravitate to a single conference, Marakana's all over it. Come see what's new and everything that happened at April's HTML5 Developers Conference.
Learn about the possibilites of client storage today, while keeping cross-browser support in mind.
Get down to the bare metal of the HTTP/1.1 spec, and learn why range requests are so useful, and how to handle them correctly.
Learn how and why Yahoo migrated their web stack from PHP to a Node.js and Cocktails platform
The Marakana Crew performs "Auld Lang Syne" on Nexus 7's running a custom Android app.
Front end architect Michael Dale shows you some tools and techniques for delivering optimal media experiences across different integration contexts and devices.
What lies ahead for HTTP 2.0? Ilya Grigorik, developer advocate at Google, talks about the future of HTTP and what improvements SPDY brings to the table