Past Meetup

MelbCSS March 2016 meetup

This Meetup is past

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📢📢📢 March 2016 📢📢📢

A great evening of CSS related talks and socialising. Drinks and food will be provided by our awesome sponsors.

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Responsive Tables - A magical journey

Davide Rizzo - @davidelrizzo (http://twitter.com/davidelrizzo)
Suncorp Group

"What looks like a table, is laid out like a table, but isn't a table? Table markup isn't as accessible as you'd think and collapsing by columns is surprisingly difficult. How can we get layout like tables with accessibility and responsiveness? Flexbox of course!"

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Handmade introduction to CSS3 Grids

Guillaume Hammadi - @ghammadi (https://twitter.com/ghammadi)
Front End Developer, Envato

"Grids have been around for a while now, originally in the form of external CSS frameworks providing a grid metaphor for building consistently spaced layouts. But grids are now part of the CSS specification, even if it’s still a working draft and browser support is very poor. I’ll take you through the history of grid-based layouts, then explain how to use the new CSS specification, visiting the good, bad and ugly parts of it."

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Modular stylesheets using Sheetify
Yoshua Wuyts - @yoshuawuyts (https://twitter.com/yoshuawuyts)
Contractor

"Maintaining Stylesheets can be tricky. In this talk Yosh will show off what Sheetify is, and how it helps solve common problems in writing maintainable stylesheets."

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Doors open at 6:00pm. Talks start at 6:45pm.

As always, if you'd like to give a talk tweet your idea @MelbCSS (https://twitter.com/MelbCSS)!

Be sure to follow the #melbcss (https://twitter.com/hashtag/melbcss) hashtag!

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Our amazing sponsors

- 99design (http://99designs.com.au/) (drinks + venue)
- Envato (http://www.envato.com/) (food)
- Marketplacer (http://marketplacer.com/) (event filming)

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Last month's talks are now online!
Subscribe to the MelbCSS YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIpyTmd8_cCk26yzBaTIhUQ)

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Code of conduct

All organisers, sponsors and attendees are required to follow the conference code of conduct. (http://confcodeofconduct.com/) We are committed to providing a harassment-free, professional & welcoming environment for all attendees.

If you feel a breach of the code of conduct has occurred please contact the organisers Michael or Jordan either via the onsite contact form or Twitter DM @MelbCSS (https://twitter.com/MelbCSS).