Sessions tagged with 'web_development'

Laura Thomson (Mozilla Corporation)
Web developers dream of continuous deployment: new code in production without a hitch. In this talk I'll cover the full story from building deployable code through working out a build and release process through continuous integration, automation, and continuous deployment. We'll also look at deployment velocity and why CD might not be for you.
Craig Kerstiens (Heroku)
Django's unique app structure enables developers to break their application into functional units from the start of a project. The next step is to move from many Django apps in a single project to many services that talk across defined contracts and API's. We'll walk through practices for doing this and how Django enables it easily, but also the places it introduces complexities.
Alice Boxhall (Google)
There are millions of software users with disabilities worldwide, yet many web application developers aren't aware of the techniques which can be used to make their software accessible. This talk will give an overview of what accessibility means and why it's important to you, a run-down of the technology and techniques for achieving it, and a look at how browsers provide accessibility support.

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