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Great talk!
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The schedule has been posted for +HTML5DevConf. I'll be speaking from 10:40 to 11:30 about #dartlang  and how high performance applications, such as games, can benefit from moving to Dart. It'll be a fun intro to developing in Dart.

Hope to see you there! And yes there will eventually be a video of the talk available in case you're not in SF.

http://html5devconf.com/speakers/don_olmstead.html#session
The HTML5 Developer Conference has grown to become the highest attended HTML5, JavaScript, and Web Development conference in the world. Providing tracks on Javascript, HTML5, Apps and Games, client, server, and mobile. HTML5DevConf boasts renowned speakers and leading edge sessions at the most developer friendly price on the planet
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#dartlang  + #chromeextension  develop = Win!
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I can't go a meetup without talking #dartlang  :)
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Any good resources for K-6 aged kids to learn game programming? Doing a career day at my old grammar school and wanted to be able to point them at some starting points.
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Had a great turnout for this talk. Enjoy the slides.
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Got a #dartlang  talk coming up on the 22nd. Hope to see some Dartisans there.
 
The schedule has been posted for +HTML5DevConf. I'll be speaking from 10:40 to 11:30 about #dartlang  and how high performance applications, such as games, can benefit from moving to Dart. It'll be a fun intro to developing in Dart.

Hope to see you there! And yes there will eventually be a video of the talk available in case you're not in SF.

http://html5devconf.com/speakers/don_olmstead.html#session
The HTML5 Developer Conference has grown to become the highest attended HTML5, JavaScript, and Web Development conference in the world. Providing tracks on Javascript, HTML5, Apps and Games, client, server, and mobile. HTML5DevConf boasts renowned speakers and leading edge sessions at the most developer friendly price on the planet
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I'll be speaking about #dartlang  for game developers at HTML5DevConf! If you want to learn more about Dart stop by as I'll be going over the language and why you should be using it.

I should also be hanging around the SNEI booth there, we're a sponsor, to answer your Dart related questions for games and of course Polymer.dart.
 
Don Olmstead One of Sony's Sr Software Network Entertainment Engineer explains Dart for Game Developers

Games continually push what’s possible on a platform, and HTML5 coupled with WebGL, makes the browser a compelling platform for game developers to target. With Dart, game developers can rapidly create their games using its rich tooling. The ecosystem around Dart is meant to provide greater performance than what is currently possible on the web, either through the Dart Virtual Machine or by being compiled to JavaScript. This is integral to getting more work done in a single frame, and pushing the boundaries of game development within the browser.

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SNEI will be at +SFHTML5 tonight for the All about Polymer event. At our booth we'll be showing portions of the #PS4  UI redone with +Polymer and +Dart! Stop by if you're there. #dartlang  

http://www.meetup.com/sfhtml5/events/169452272/
Come join us for seven great talks and demos on Polymer. This special event will be live streamed live on YouTube and recorded. You can ask and vote for questions at bit.ly/polymerquestions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mN7IAaRdi_k Talk #1:  The Web Components Revolution is Here (Eric Bidelman) Let's stop treating the DOM as one gigantic pile of everything. Web components solve a number of shortcomings in web development. Let's talk about ar...
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Direct link to Don's lightning talk: All About Polymer at SFHTML5
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Great talk from Gary Bernhardt "The Birth and Death of JavaScript". Got to see it live back in January at CUSEC. Definitely worth a watch.

https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/the-birth-and-death-of-javascript
The Birth & Death of JavaScript. A talk by Gary Bernhardt from PyCon 2014. This science fiction / comedy / absurdist / completely serious talk traces the history of JavaScript, and programming in general, from 1995 until 2035. It's not pro- or anti-JavaScript; the language's flaws are discussed ...
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