FINHTML5 TALKS 2014 is a crowd sourced series of presentations where you decide who's going to talk.
Business, Design and Development Connected
FINHTML5 TALKS ia a series of presentations by talented global visionaries, tech leaders, designers and hard-core hackers! Together with our audience we bring the brightest minds that work in the front of the Internet to Helsinki.
October 31st 2013, 18.00
Entupalma.com, O'Reilly Media
Trainer, Speaker and Writer.
Max is a mobile+web developer, trainer, speaker and writer. He wrote many books, including "Programming the Mobile Web" and "jQuery Mobile: Up and Running" published by O'Reilly Media.
He has a blog about mobile web development at mobilexweb.com and he maintains the website mobilehtml5.org.
He is a frequent speaker at conferences, including QCon, OSCON, Breaking Development, Velocity, Fluent, JSConf, Google Developer Day, Campus Party Europe, Mobilism and many other events around the world. He has delivered hundreds of trainings on mobile+web technologies for open trainings and well-known companies around the world.
He has received different recognitions from Nokia, BlackBerry, Adobe and Microsoft.
Breaking limits on Mobile HTML5
Several hacks are available for mobile web development that are unknown to most web developers. This talk will go over 15 of the most interesting unknown hacks for mobile web developers.
More than 15 hacks that will surprise you on mobile browsers, such as IE10, Safari on iOS and Chrome for Android. Quickly, we will go though the problem, the code and the live demo of the hack working on a real device.
Watch the previous presentations
Director - FT Labs
Offline rules: Bleeding edge web standards at the Financial Times
The FT is one of the pioneers in the use of newly minted HTML5 technologies to build web apps that are virtually indistinguishable from native apps. The examples will feature real-life code from FT and the Economist applications, so you know that the techniques here are applicable to large, complex problems.
The Rebirth of Touch
From phones to tablets to desktops, touch is a standard interface for the web and for apps. But in this era of multiple input computing, will our current coding techniques be enough to develop for a variety of input types?
Internet of People
Strategy Consultant, Founding Member
The Internet in Things - Taking the Web to the Everyday
The question is not whether increasing chunks of everyday life will be integrated into the network, but how.This talk is going to look at how the principles of the Web translate to connected things, and why it’s crucial to develop for an Open Internet of Things.
People are the heart of the system: how a human focus can help us use technology to invent a better future
Putting people first can guide us - from uncovering an opportunity for a product or service, to guiding its design and development, to getting it to market and keeping it evolving and strong. By maintaining a human focus, we can work together to build the future that we really want.
Principal, Mobile User Experience Designer
Reset the web
Mobile isn't merely a new stage in the evolution of the web, it's not even merely a new context, it's the very early stages of an entirely new system. A system that has already started to shape our environment, affect the way we live, how we choose to connect with others, and how we're able to spend our time.
Director Partner Relations