Hey Guys, couldn't stay for the whole show tonight, but I caught the beginning. If anyone is interested in diving deeper into responsive design and would like some more hands-on tutorials and perhaps some code samples or walk throughs I would be happy to give a talk, let me know if there's interest!
1 · March 12
Great event, thanks Sharon for organizing it. As mentioned we are teaching some hands-on classes on HTML5 and mobile apps at Cross Campus, you can see the details here: http://genetry.eventbrite.com/ , there's a coupon on Facebook too: https://www.facebook.com/genetry...
0 · March 12
The mention of the word "tablet" makes me uncomfortable. In principal, responsive design is device agnostic. I'm also pretty sure that responsive design has already "taken off." If you have been following the future friendly people, and chris coyier and brad frost and dave rupert and luke wroblewski etc etc etc... that should be pretty clear. I would love to know the specifics of the talks. I'm worried that this will be yet another meetup where no one knows what they are talking about... and they are offering limited knowledge of limited tools that are really just bandaids for the "problem." I know that sounds rude... but it is all too often the case. Are we going to be talking about "html5" or CSS at all durring these presentations? If it's just some "magic" plugins that claim to make your static sites responsive, I would like to know - so I can skip this one. That said - if we are Really going to be talking about REAL responsive development, and real code - I would be really happy.
2 · March 5