If you have been doing web development for long, you probably know that the major browsers have built-in development debugging tools. Knowing how they work can be useful for debugging or tweaking our own code, as well as reverse-engineering someone else's to see how they did something. In this session, we're going to dig into the Chrome Developer Tools. These tools have been around for quite a while and are very powerful. We'll understand how they work and see how they can help us write applications.
Eric Sowell is an instructor for The Iron Yard in Dallas ( https://www.theironyard.com/locations/dallas.html ) and helps people change careers and become web developers. When programming, he enjoys server-side development and database work but prefers to live on the client-side, doing either iOS app development or web development. He is the author of Mobile
ASP.NET (http://asp.net/) MVC 5 ( http://www.amazon.com/Mobile-ASP-NET-MVC-Eric-Sowell/dp/1430250569/ref=sr_1_1 ).
When not coding, he likes to read, study history and dead languages, and play Minecraft with the kids.