MIX11

HTML5/CSS3 Boot Camp

Description

Note: this session was a pre-conference Bootcamp and was not recorded. Video will not be published for this session.

Although CSS3 rendering varies between browsers and HTML5 hasn`t reached the candidate recommendation stage yet, they're already the hot, new buzzwords and some intrepid front-end developers are already creating sites with them. Are these new techniques ready for prime time on the web? What happens with older browsers? In this session, Stephanie demonstrates the latest HTML5 structural elements, form markup, and ways of presenting audio and video; then she adds cutting-edge CSS3 features for easier implementation of visual effects, enhanced typography, color treatment, and object effects -- all with a focus on satisfying your cravings for tomorrow`s technologies through practical implementations today. Welcome to the next generation of web design!

For more information, check out this course on Microsoft Virtual Academy:

Day:

0

Level:

200

Code:

CMP01

The Discussion

  • Neil

    Will this be available to watch as a video? and if so then when?

  • Pratik Kothari

    Can we see this online?

  • j_bak

    i'm from austria, would also like to see videos of the sessions  Wink

  • MasterRanger

    Video please! 

  • jimfields3

    @Neil: @Pratik Kothari: @j_bak: @MasterRanger: The MIX11 staff announced that none of the Boot Camp sessions would be broadcasted or recorded. All those sessions were premium content one had to pay for and attend to get.

    It was a good session! Come to MIX12.  Wink

  • dder

    @jimfields3

    This is lame.
    I prefer to pause video when moments are difficult to follow. That is how I actually learn things. Live sessions suck. M$ I hate you.

  • mare

    jimfields3 looks retarded as does he sounds. In 2011 one has to go to Vegas to see some bootcamps or sessions because payment is mandatory? Like we don't have credit card payment options, for instance pay per view business model. If you charge up to 50 bucks for a session I pay it anytime if it looks promising.

  • BillGates

    Blow sheep and die

  • IroeN

    , jimfields3 wrote

    @Neil: @Pratik Kothari: @j_bak: @MasterRanger: The MIX11 staff announced that none of the Boot Camp sessions would be broadcasted or recorded. All those sessions were premium content one had to pay for and attend to get.

    It was a good session! Come to MIX12.  Wink

    Well, that's not a good news Sad

  • Thomas Shields

    Good grief you all, don't hate on 'em. Microsoft's a buisness. they make money. they can't give away all their training and stuff for free.  We should be grateful they let us watch ANY of the MIX Sessions online for free, considering attendees have to pay for those, too.

  • Adolph Hitler

    Well twist my pickle and call it a boot camp

  • leifmix

    I was attending but would like  at least to get the slide deck, when will that be aviable?

  • some user

    jimfields3 is lying. You can get the videos here:
    http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/MIX/MIX11

  • Jordan

    Actually, jimfields3 is right, the "boot camp" sessions are not available online.

  • Stephanie Sullivan Rewis

    I'm sorry it wasn't recorded guys. :( We had a lot of fun.

    It appears I'm going to be doing a reMIX event in Dublin next month if you can make it to that (I'm sure it will be an abbreviated session, but the same subject). I will also be updating my speaking schedule on my site shortly—I'm doing dates all over this year, so maybe we can catch up somewhere? :)

    http://www.w3conversions.com

  • Avigdor

    As usual, MS is wasting time and polluting the environment with dead-end info.

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