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Async Show'n'Tell 2019

Async's 2019 International Show n' Tell

Thursday 7th November, 2019

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Would you like to speak on the night? You'll have five minutes to tell us about something: a project, a library, a technique, a story, or anything else about JavaScript, related tech (HTML, CSS, SVG, etc), or the wider world of web.

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  • Twitter username, if you have one
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dvberzon commented Oct 7, 2019

Daniel van Berzon

I will be talking about the new version of our code readability experiment at What we've learnt from the first version and what we hope to find. I might also throw in some linguistics, just to keep the tradition going.

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Andy-set-studio commented Oct 21, 2019

Andy Bell

I will talk about a little jotter pad PWA that I’ve been hacking away at.

(edit: change in talk subject)

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surya rose

I will be talking about a game I've been developing with my dad for the past year.

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cassieevans commented Nov 1, 2019

Cassie Evans

SVG motion path animations, the new GSAP release and an exciting new CSS module...

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LydiaMoo commented Nov 3, 2019

Lydia Wozniak
What can Software Engineers Learn from Artists? A five minute look at shared lessons in creative thinking.

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inbn commented Nov 4, 2019

Iain Bean

I will be talking a bit about ARIA - what it is, when to use it and when not to use it.

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Peter Cook

I'll show a work in progress: flexplorer - an interactive flexbox explorer/playground

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Mike Hadlow

I'd like to show off my (Typescript & SVG) music theory explorer for guitarists: Guitar Dashboard

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premasagar commented Nov 7, 2019

Prem Rose

I'll show a little survey tool that gathers feedback from employees about the cultural maturity of a company. It's a tiny web app that sends data to the server and produces a PDF report with data visualisations. It uses Preact, Express, Mongo, PDFKit, SVG... and HTML sliders.

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jhugman commented Nov 7, 2019


Tell: calculators, and some small maths puzzles, as an excuse to
Show: a little toy arithmetic language and editor.

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