The Web’s Third Decade — Faruk Ateş

Faruk Ateş on The Web's Third Decade. See below for full session description.

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This presentation was recorded at Web Directions Code in Melbourne on May 23 2012.

Session description

Our medium has entered its third decade of existence, and is ready for some growing up. Our definitions and understand­ing of the web are rapidly getting out of date, as, too, are our practices for building on it. It is time to re-​evaluate where things are and, more importantly, where they are going.

About Faruk Ateş

Faruk is a designer, developer and web standards educator with a strong passion for accessible techniques and progressive enhancement. Now busy with a new startup of his own, Faruk previously worked as Lead Designer at Apture, User Interface Engineer at Apple, and before that he built and designed Content Management Systems at a startup in The Netherlands.
Whenever time permits him, Faruk works on open source tools like Modernizr and jQuery Runloop, aiming to help people make better websites and applications. He also frequently writes for publications both online and print, and speaks at conferences and events all around the world. He now lives in San Francisco.

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  1. […] Chaque utilisateur choisira son navigateur préféré (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opéra, Safari) qui interprétera à sa manière le code HTML et CSS qui lui sera renvoyé par le serveur lors des requêtes de consultation de page internet. D’un côté se trouvent les développeurs, en quête de standards (W3C) permettant la création de sites web compatibles tous navigateurs et de l’autre côté les distributeurs de navigateurs désireux de voir tout développeur adopter ses propres standards. Faruk Ates a bien exprimé l’interdépendance commerciale liant distributeurs de navigateurs et développeurs de sites we.… […]