"Anatomy of a Virtual Self-Study Group" (1st presentation)
by Gene Babon
A typical monthly Meetup presentation takes up only two hours. What can you do then with the remaining 700 hours before next month's Meetup presentation?
Launch a virtual self-study group using Meetup.com.
Boston PHP Meetup has conducted three virtual self-study groups on topics including PHP, jQuery and HTML5. More than 500 participants from four continents have learned new skills using this disruptive educational model.
Join Gene Babon to learn how to start and run your own virtual self-study group focusing on HTML5 and related technologies. For an example of what a virtual self-study group looks like, check out PHP Percolate! Season 4 at Boston PHP ...
Created three innovative educational training experiences for Boston PHP members:
- PHP Percolate!
- jQuery jAM
- HTML5 Brunch
"The essentials of HTML5 for desktop and mobile"
by Jeremy Osborn
In this session HTML5 Digital Classroom author Jeremy Osborn provides an overview of HTML5 capabilities. You’ll gain an understanding of key features, new markup elements, form elements, CSS3, and multimedia. You'll also gain an understanding of related technologies including geolocation, and offline support. This session will include many examples and will discuss browser support and the roadmap for implementation on both desktop and mobile.
has more than 15 years of experience in Web and graphic design, filmmaking, writing, and publication development for both print and digital media. At American Graphics Institute, Jeremy provides in-depth training and custom consulting for students and corporate clients, he is also the author of HTML5 Digital Classroom, Web Design with HTML and CSS Digital Classroom, and Dreamweaver CS5 Digital Classroom, published by Wiley. Jeremy holds an MS in Management from the Marlboro College Graduate Center, and a BFA in Film/TV from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.