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beyond tellerrand // DÜSSELDORF 2018

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5th to 9th May 2018

Düsseldorf, Germany

Part of the beyondtellerrand series

Schedule for

  1. in Main Room (sipgate)

    Session image for Day 1: IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf 2018

    Day 1: IndieWebCamp Düsseldorf 2018

    Many examples each year teach us, how important it is to own your data. Yet there is still a lot of work to do to help people to understand what “owning your data” actually means at all and how to get started. Interested? We're meeting for a two-day bar camp like collaboration in Düsseldorf again. Brainstorming, working, teaching, helping and much more. Join in on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th and get your ideas out of your head and your hands dirty.

    Day one is giving you an introduction to this topic and is a day with discussions in a bar camp like environment. Bring a topic you'd like to discuss or join on topics as they are added to the board.

    Day two is all about implementing what you discussed. Work in groups with others or simply on your own. Demos at the end of the day show what everyone worked on and has achieved.

    Both days are fully catered and free to attend.

  2. Digital Garden (InVision)

    ARIA Serious? – Eric Eggert (Warm-Up talk)

    This talk is a talk at the InVision Warm-Up on Sunday.

    WAI-ARIA is an integral technology for web development. But when does it make sense to use it? When is it more harm than benefit? This talk shows good and bad ARIA examples and asks the question “ARIA Serious about using ARIA this way?”.

    About Eric

    Eric works with Knowbility to make the web more accessible for people with disabilities and easier to use for everyone. His assignments include being a fellow at W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative where he helped to write guidance for developers and tools for people testing websites.

  3. Digital Garden (InVision)

    Perceptions of Pair Programming – Amber Wilson (Warm-Up talk)

    This talk is a talk at the InVision Warm-Up on Sunday.

    When might pair programming be a good choice? Do we plan time in for it? How can we measure its benefits? I think these are all difficult questions to answer in workplaces that need developers to deliver work on time and on budget. I want to talk about how, as a beginner developer, I view pair programming, and what I've learned from other developers who have had experience with it.

    About Amber

    Amber is a front end developer at Edenspiekermann in Berlin. She has always loved everything to do with web development and design. Always keen to increase her skills, she also likes to look at the human side of web development, and how we can feel better about ourselves as developers.