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Liang Bin Hsueh
January 11, 2015


Liang Bin Hsueh

January 11, 2015

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  1. 歐洲研討會 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 2

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  2. dotCSS: Doors now opening at *1pm* …Unfortunately we have not

    seen the same level of interest from them for CSS as for our other conference topics, and we were faced with a choice: increase the price of the tickets or skip lunch (our biggest cost). We think that most of you come for the speakers and not for the food so we have decided to move the first session from the morning to the early afternoon and shorten the breaks a bit to keep roughly the same number of talks and lightning talks. In the case you were coming for the food, well, email us and we'll refund you :)
  3. 20 years of CSS: maturity or senility? Daniel Glazman @glazou

    CSS Working Group, Co-chair http://disruptive-innovations.com/zoo/slides/20141114-dotCSS/dotCSS2014.pdf 開場
  4. 為什麼不⽤用 #define • Faaaaaaaaaar too simple... • Do you really

    think we’re Web designers? • We love fighting for 15 years and then blame W3C Process for being slow... • Don’t you love our innovative -- notation?
  5. Selectors 4 各種梗 :matches() or « even the examples in

    the spec don’t show why we need it »
  6. Typography on the web, and how HTML and CSS are

    currently poorly suited for it Bert Bos
 Father of CSS 結束
  7. Bridging the gap between developers and designers at Guardian Kaelig

    Deloumeau-Prigent http://www.thedotpost.com/2014/11/kaelig-deloumeau-prigent-bridging-the-gap-between-developers-and- designers
  8. .disabled { cursor: default !important; } p.btn { cursor: pointer;

    } .disabled.disabled.disabled { cursor: default; } p.btn { cursor: pointer; } 如何避免 important
  9. not knowing what component has already been made, not knowing

    what css was safe to remove, not knowing what css is necessary to correctly render a page… small change can make large impact
  10. Scalable UI design design for adaptability and requirement of always

    changing UI and dealing with… unexpected demand of the business and changes we have to make