WebDU 2011
WebDU: The antipodean web developer conference
Thurs 3rd - Fri 4th May 2012 Sydney, Australia
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Dmitry Baranovskiy (Sydney, Australia)

Dmitry started in the IT industry as back-end web developer in 2000. He then moved into graphic design and finally onto front-end web development soon after. This background helps him understand a broad range of front-end goodness: from pixel pushing to complex JavaScript and XSLT development.

Speaking On

BOF: HTML5: Silver bullet or standards hodgepodge?

Building cross-channel experiences, responsive design, serious Javascript rich apps, animations or working with video? Hows the emerging HTML5 standard working out for you? Learn what we can bank on, what's mired in controversy, and who's building with what. More...

Transformations — CSS, SVG, how they are done & how they should be done

CSS recently got transformations, but with the SVG legacy it's not easy to grok if you want to do something complex. The good thing is, the job on CSS transformations spec is not over yet, so there is a chance it will come good for developers in the end. Dmitry gives his unique insight into the basic theory behind transformations, what CSS API gives you, what SVG API gives you, what they should give you and how to workaround problems for now. More...

Speaker Details

Dmitry currently works at Sencha as a UI Developer where he wrote Raphaël, a small JavaScript library for dealing with vector graphics on the web. Raphaël’s goal is to provide an adapter that will make drawing vector art compatible cross-browser and easy. 

Has previously done talks on...