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Hans Christian Reinl
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Makin webstuff - @drublic
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Front-end tooling becomes more and more complex. We tend to throw a lot of tools on our small problems. Do we really need this?
The new trend of simplification and reducing our stack seems to get adopted by a lot of developers.
I wrote about it.

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We are proud to have sipgate.io on board as a sponsor for this year's conference. sipgate.io offers developers a VoIP telephony API. Check out their website: https://www.sipgate.io/

More information about our sponsors: http://www.nightlybuild.io/#sponsors

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Yes!! NightlyBuild 2015.
We've found a new location for this year's conference. NightlyBuild 2015 will take place at Theaterhaus Köln (http://www.theaterhaus-koeln.de/) in Ehrenfeld, Cologne - just a couple of streets away from last year's location.
We are very happy we have found a bigger location with a nice flair for the conference.
This year we expect 180 attendees and are already looking forward to see a lot of you there on 4th of September.

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I work a lot with style guides and would like to encourage you to do so too if you don't.
Good article on Envato's blog.

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Mehr Kreativität im Job – 6 erfolgreiche Kreativitätstechniken

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We're doing a little conference in Cologne. Come join us!
NightlyBuild.io is a hand-crafted after work conference for web enthusiasts loving technology, design and inspiration
in Cologne. Get your ticket now for 35 Euro.

http://nightlybuild.io/

The event will take place in the evening of September, 26th 2014 at the Kölner Künstler Theater in Köln-Ehrenfeld.

We have some great speakers lined up for you including Nico Hagenburger (https://twitter.com/Hagenburger) and Ian Feather (https://twitter.com/ianfeather).

So come and hang out with us and more awesome web enthusiasts. Tickets are at the low price of 35 Euro.

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CSS Naming Conventions: Less Rules, more Fun
The ease of using straightforward CSS Naming Conventions in large scale projects.

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Kleiner Nachbericht zu gestern: 
+Hans Christian Reinl stellte uns sein Boilerplate-Framework "INIT" vor, mit dem man Aufgaben und Abläufe, die bei jedem neuen Projekt auftreten, stark vereinfachen kann und am Startpunkt direkt mit guten und soliden Grundlagen rund um CSS, JS, Build-Tasks und Testing. loslegen kann.
Mehr Infos gibt es auf der INIT-Website http://use-init.com, INIT liegt auch auf Github: https://github.com/use-init/init und Hans' Folien sind auch schon da: http://drublic.github.io/wwruhr-init/#/

Im zweiten Teil zeigte uns +Christian Schaefer (Der Schepp) einen weiteren Teil aus seinem reichhaltigen Fundus von Web-Performance-Techniken; diesmal ging es um das Rendering von Websites, das speziell auf die Nutzung der GPU (vor allem von mobilen Devices) abgestimmt ist.
http://schepp.github.io/HTML5-WPO-Slides/#/5

Außerdem zog er noch schnell den Knaller "SPDY" aus dem Hut, die Koseform der HTTP/2-Spezifikation. Hiermit lässt sich aufgrund neuer Spezifikationen der Dateiübertragung eine Website wesentlich schneller ausliefern als mit HTTP/1, alle Voraussetzungen und Möglichkeiten finden sich auf den Folien
http://schepp.github.io/HTML5-WPO-Slides/#/6 

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