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HTML5 meetup @ Booking.com

We’ll start at 18.00 with drinks and snacks, the talks will start at 18.30. See below for the content of the talks, and let us know if you would like to join!

1. Web Components
Zeno Rocha

Discover how this new concept formed by five new specifications (Templates, Decorators, Shadow DOM, Custom Elements, HTML Imports) will revolutionize the way we develop and interact on the web.

2. Rock the browser like it's 1983
Eduardo Shiota

What have you been doing with your browser? Checking emails? Moving digital kanban cards? Watching cute cat videos? How about using it to rock songs like it's the 80's? With friends? Through web APIs? In this talk, I'll show how the Web Audio API, Websockets, Node.js, multiple devices, and a bit of creativity can turn your humble browser into a tool to let your inner musician fly away.

We are looking forward to see you all there!

Zeno Rocha works now as a front-end engineer at Liferay. Besides that, he's a writer at Smashing Magazine, host at Zone Of Front-Enders podcast, member of the Google Developer Expert program and co-founder of BrazilJS Foundation. With only 23 years-old he's one of the top 30 most active users on GitHub and a reference in Brazil when the subject is front-end development.

Eduardo Shiota is a front-end engineer and designer, who moved from the land of samba to the land of bicycles, and hacks JavaScript at Booking.com. Started developing pages in 1997, has been working with web development since 2002 and with design since 2005. He has spoken at international conferences such as RubyConf and QCon, and published articles about UX and front-end development to the php[architect] magazine and "Coletânea Front-end" book. Loves sushi and hates parsley.


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  • Joram

    Thanks for the presentations. Very interesting content, and motivated speakers! Great evening.

    BTW Lol @ your HTTP response headers! :)
    X-Recruiting: Like HTTP headers? Come write ours: https://workingatbooking.com

    Grz
    Joram

    May 14, 2014

  • Andrew M.

    Great talks, a lot of geeky people. It was fun!

    May 13, 2014

  • Willem L. M.

    Great talks, thanks b.com for the hospitality!

    1 · May 12, 2014

  • Alexander H.

    Uhm, how do I get out of the building? I'm stuck at the main entrance.. :/

    1 · May 12, 2014

    • Alexander H.

      Nvm, one of the friendly booking.com'ers let me out. :) great conference! Cheers

      2 · May 12, 2014

    • Prashant P.

      Dont give up brother! You will find your way out , just like we did. Just dont give up!!

      May 12, 2014

  • Prashant P.

    Both great presentations loaded with good content.

    May 12, 2014

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