The Mozilla Developer Roadshow: Asia Tour Retrospective and 2020 Plans
November 2019 was a busy month for the Mozilla Developer Roadshow, with stops in five Asian cities —Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei, Singapore, and Bangkok. Today, we’re releasing a playlist of the talks presented in Asia, with subtitles available for all these talks in languages spoken in the countries on this tour: Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, as well as English. We covered CSS Subgrid, Mixed Reality, Web Compatibility, and more.
The Mozilla Developer Roadshow Talks: Firefox, WebAssembly, CSS, WebXR and More
The Mozilla Developer Roadshow program launched in 2017 with the goal of bringing expert speakers and web technology updates to local communities through free events and partnerships. Check out the video playlist from our summer tour, with talks on topics like Mixed Reality, WebAssembly, modern CSS, and more. Or register now for an upcoming Roadshow event in Asia.
View Source 5 comes to Amsterdam
Mozilla’s View Source Conference is back! This year we're in Amsterdam, September 30 – October 1, 2019. Tickets are available now. We’ve shifted our focus to take a deeper look at the web platform and how it is evolving and to offer attendees access to the folks who are shaping today's web and the web of the future.
Developer Roadshow 2019 returns with VR, IoT and all things web
Mozilla Developer Roadshow is a meetup-style, Mozilla-focused event series for people who build the web. In 2017, the Roadshow reached more than 50 cities around the world sharing highlights of Mozilla and Firefox technologies. Now, we’re back! To open our 2019 series, Mozilla presents two events with VR visionary Nonny de la Peña and the Emblematic Group in Los Angeles and in New York.
The Arch: Using Rust & WebAssembly to animate 30k colored LED lights
Hands-On Web Security: Capture the Flag with OWASP Juice Shop
A CTF (Capture the Flag) event is a type of security challenge or competition that can be used to teach or test online security. In this post, Mozilla security engineer and OWASP developer Simon Bennetts describes a recent CTF he hosted at a Mozilla event, and how to set up your own web security CTF with OWASP Juice Shop.
Paying it forward at Global Diversity CFP Day
Global Diversity CFP Day takes place on Saturday, February 3, 2018. It’s a decentralized, locally organized free event that's a safe space for people to get started as technical conference speakers. The workshop is designed to help you craft and submit a talk proposal to an event with an open CFP and a stated Code of Conduct. Especially designed for people who are typically under-represented at tech events, free workshops will take place on the same day at dozens of locations all over the planet
Announcing the Developer Roadshow Series
We’re bringing Mozilla’s Developer Roadshow to a city near you! Join us for a meetup-style, Mozilla-focused event series for people who build the Web. Hear from expert speakers highlighting the latest and best in Mozilla and Firefox technologies. See you on the road!
View Source Conference Berlin 2016
An overview View Source is an intimate, single-track conference for web developers, now in its second year. View Source 2016 takes place in Berlin, Germany, September 12-14, beginning with Ignite lightning talks on Monday evening, followed by two full days of great presenters, curated conversations, and sociable evenings. Tickets are still on sale. Here’s a […]
Mozilla at conferences – June edition
Welcome to a quick round-up of what Mozillians have been talking about at events in and around June. Frédéric Harper spoke at Devoxx UK about “Getting the best out of your design with responsive web design“ Robert Nyman spoke at JSCamp Romania about “Five stages of development (slides – video)” David Baron spoke at CSS […]