Last month I started a new habit, recording SydJS usergroup videos. Although there are not so many views of these on YouTube, I got a call from a friend who can’t make it to the gathering and thinks the video are useful, so, I’m continuing with them…
Here are the videos for this month’s gathering. Pro-tip: Make sure to switch video quality to 720p for best experience. The video quality button is one of the left buttons next to full-screen button.
Ben Schwarz – Built an application, and will show you what he learnt
On responsive design and other real-world implementations
A Node.JS session by the author of the “Jump Start Node.js” book
John Allsopp – Building an HTML5 security camera LIVE in under 15 minutes
Been amazed by the capabilities available on so many regular laptops today
Let me put the interesting stuff first, some good videos from SydJS gathering this month:
Pro-tip: Make sure to switch video quality to 720p for best experience. The video quality button is one of the left buttons next to full-screen button.
WebGL, the Goo Engine, and your Blackberry
I18n – why, how; and where the name came
The future is a promise
My readers know I have been experimenting with video publishing for a while, focusing on simplicity in getting releases out. I started with a simple introduction to the new Angular.JS library, a simple productivity trick for all users, and then a simple and old cross browser CSS trick. In the 3 videos, you saw me explaining stuff. It’s time for something different.
The idea is to record the usergroup sessions I go to. I started with ALT.NET Sydney last month, organized with speakers to use their own recording, then got a bit unfortunate due to technical issue on the machines used.
Due to the nature of the way I used, and being a first timer, you’ll find some issues with the videos like the scene moving up and down a bit, and zooming-in and out or fading a bit. However, the videos are still an OK resource for anyone who missed the event (or doesn’t live in Sydney at all). So, hopefully you like them, and I get to improve the technique next time.