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Scala, big data, and eBay. Alex Cozzi connects them all in this talk that makes a case for using Scala to build advanced programs.
Do you want to be the 'Git Weirdo' on your team? Join GitHub's Time Berglund to explore some advanced topics that will expose you to a sort of internal Git API that is there at your disposal, should you ever need it.
The security of your web application can use all the help it can get! Make sure you know what Content Security Policy is and what it can do to help you stay safe.
Oracle's Stephen Chin breaks out the gadgets in a hands-on session exploring the Raspberry Pi, an ARM GNU/Linux box that's cheap and powerful enough to run a full version of Java SE, including JavaFX.
A talk for the Java developers out there who are a little curious about what's going on in Scala...
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.
Kevin Nilson, VP of Engineering at just.me, shows you a cadre of open source tools to make testing across ALL browsers possible.
Oracle, Java, and you. Georges Saab's keynote from JAXConf 2013.
Videos from JAXConf 2013
Check out this awesome project created for Tesla and learn some useful tips for building advanced applications for the web!
Ever wondered how to leverage the dedicated <video> element in HTML5? Join W3C's Philippe Le Hégaret as he covers the basics, accessibility, real-time, captioning, protected content, and more.
Android provides the plumbing to make it an enterprise-grade mobile platform of choice. This is a talk given at AnDevCon in Boston.
Android Security Underpinnings explores how the Android security system is put together. This is a talk given at AnDevCon in Boston.
It's an exciting time in the world of web applications. But with so many to choose from, which is the right one for you? Meet Rendr, the open source Backbone.js library created by a team at Airbnb.
Underscore.js is tricky. Luckily, Brian Lonsdorf is here to show you some tools for using it productively.
Rebecca Hauck describes Adobe's Test the Web Forward movement. Ready to join a community of passionate web developers and start making positive contributions to the future of the web?
Miško Hevery, the founder of AngularJS visits the Marakana studio to give us a fresh angle on AngularJS.
Attention fans of Backbone.js! Do you know what goes into the implementation of a single page application website already used by 30 million users? A developer from SoundCloud shares some insights...
Take your knowledge of Android to the next level. Start by owning styles and themes...
We're looking to hire a person to help research latest open source software, and out of that create course materials that other instructors can teach from.
Where can the Play Framework take you and what are its limitations? In this broadly scoped talk, Scala programmer Will Sargent provides some insights into the framework he's most passionate about.
Are you ready for a game-changer? Can you do physics at 60 frames per second controlling DOM on a mobile device? Steve Newcomb, founder and CEO of famo.us, is here to tell you yes, yes you can.
Scala is simple. At least, according to Adriaan Moors, Typesafe's Scala Tech Lead. Hear why he thinks so, and about the details of Scala 2.10, in this debut talk at the renewal of SF Scala.
Interested in how Firefox is testing the OS formerly known as Boot2Gecko? Or perhaps what the underlying architecture looks like? Join lead quality engineer John Hammink as he gives you the tour.
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.
Ready to change the way you interface with the web? Allow us to introduce you to the Leap Motion Controller! The Leap Motion Team visited SFHTML5 to showcase the features of this game-changing gadget.
Ever been to "Callback Hell?" Never go back! Check out this talk and discover some tools for avoiding this dark and mysterious place...