Talk.CSS

Talk.CSS #23 Party Edition 🎉

Event location: Autodesk Asia

Talk.CSS turned 2! 💃 We made it to the terrible twos without missing a month, and it wouldn’t have been possible without all your support. We cannot say enough to express how appreciative we are of all you kind folks who show up for our little meetup every month.

As with most birthday celebrations, there was cake 🎂! Courtesy of Chris and his wonderful wife, Sarah, who is officially friend-for-life ❤️ of Talk.CSS.

So this happened…

crimson

#DC143C

rgba(220, 20, 60, 1)

CSS colour of the month

Link to CSS-ing the Super Silly Hackathon website video

Chee Aun walks us through his quest to build a diagonal scroll for the Super Silly Hackathon website.

Link to Why Web Assembly? video

Ben blows everybody's mind with this short introduction to WebAssembly and a little Javascript history.

Link to Critical 1.0 video

Owais shares his tips and tricks for in-lining critical CSS.

Link to 2017 wrap-up panel video

To wrap up 2017, we did a panel thingy.

CSS News (November 2017)

Updates and news in the world of CSS for November 2017. Our regular segment. Topics covered available here.

About the speakers…

Lim Chee Aun
@cheeaun

Head Honcho of KopiJS. Maker of products. Purveyor of stickers. (This is what happens when Hui Jing writes your bio for you)

Owais Zahid
@owais_zahid

Owais works at Autodesk as a Senior UI Developer. He is a frequent contributor to the Autodesk Engineering blogs and spends his free time programming in the genre of 3D game programming and AR.

Benjamin Ling
@Mintyboi

Benjamin is AutoCAD web's emscripten-based back-end engineer.

Chen Hui Jing
@hj_chen

Hui Jing played basketball for more than half her life and it indirectly led her to web development. Ask her about that.

Chris Lienert
@cliener

Chris apparently has the wrong qualifications and shouldn't be here. No one told him though, and despite not wanting to work with computers, he became a web developer anyway. After too many years in the industry, he's doing good things at ConneXionsAsia.

Aysha Anggraini
@RenettaRenula

Aysha is a front-end engineer and a wannabe designer. Her motto in life is 'Code, Yoga, and Cats'.

All videos courtesy of Engineers.SG.