PG Day EU 2017
May
18
to May 19

PG Day EU 2017

Heading out to Amsterdam every year for our PhoneGap Day EU conference is one of my favourite things to do. Besides getting the chance to catch up with a bunch of friends abroad and hear some really excellent talks the city of Amsterdam is truly spectacular.

This year I did my PhoneGap Push Notifications workshop and a quick talk on moving forward with PhoneGap which lead to this Medium post.

Pretty much immediately after the event I chatted with Timo Ernst about the day. Timo has a great YouTube channel where you can learn a lot about developing hybrid apps. You can check out the video below where Timo also talks with Adam Bradley and Kerri Shotts.

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JS Day ES 2017
May
13
9:00am 9:00am

JS Day ES 2017

I presented my talk on Building Mobile Apps with Framework 7 and Vue.js at the JS Day ES. I was blown away by this conference as it was my first time in Madrid. They ran a really great conference with multiple tracks: Main, International and Rising Stars. The International track was really well attended with 150 or more people packing the room to hear myself, Sam BellenDavid Khourshid, among others speak.

While I was attending JS Day ES I was briefly interviewed by Autentia for a video series they were doing. It's a super short interview but I really need to share it with you as the thumbnail they used for the video may end up being my new profile picture.

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All Things Open
Oct
27
1:00pm 1:00pm

All Things Open

JavaScript Speech Recognition

This is one of my favourite talks to give. The slides are a live demo of the capabilities of speech recognition in the browser. On this particular day I was coming down with the flu and suffering from wild temperature swings which is why I have a coat on indoors in Raleigh, NC.

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All Things Open
Oct
26
1:00pm 1:00pm

All Things Open

Maintaining Open Source While Maintaining Your Sanity

I was so pumped up to give this talk at All Things Open. Having the chance to talk about the trials, tribulations and rewards of working in open source was too good to pass up.

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