I have enjoyed my time at cfObjective() 2011 immensely. The community is really awesome and I have met so many interesting and intelligent people. There have been some really great sessions and I am very thankful for having the opportunity to not only present, but attend this conference.
There is a strong showing of folks from The Triangle in NC and people from all over the world as well.
Below are the downloads from my presentations, do as you will with them and don’t hesitate to provide feedback or ask questions. I am always on twitter @adrianpomilio.
I just found out that I was accepted to present at cfObjective() in May. I am very excited about this opportunity and I am looking forward to meeting a whole new set up people.
This will not be the typical “this is what this does” talk, but rather building an actual application that standalone and could be synched to a server platform.
If you have any application ideas that you would like to see worked out then tweet me up @adrianpomilio
Okay, so I like to play around with lots of different technologies. But how can I share my work and get feedback from people? Hmmm… I know, I will create the obligatory “Labs” section for my site!
The labs section of my blog is just a space that I can put up and test different things that I am working on for my own interest. With that in mind I am going to put three warnings out there:
The Labs home page is BORING! – I would rather spend time trying out things and making cool little mini apps than making a pretty landing page.
Free at your own risk! – You can use whatever you find in the labs, but it is at your own risk. Don’t come to me if some CSS3 transformation and HTML5 canvas tags crash your browser. Well, you could but I might not be home
Right now I have some HTML5 demos, CSS art stuff, and random things…