27 October, 2017
Mozilla invites front-end developers and designers to participate in this one-day, intimate, single-track conference. At View Source, Mozilla brings together visionary speakers to look at the web from both technical and design perspectives, across platforms and devices.
Join us at this great opportunity to network with like-minded people in a collaborative, inclusive environment.
View Source features a world-class group of speakers whose talks will expose best practices and practical, innovative development techniques.
Jeremy Keith lives in Brighton, England where he makes websites with the splendid design agency Clearleft. You may know him from such books as DOM Scripting, Bulletproof Ajax, and HTML5 For Web Designers. Jeremy spends most of his time goofing off on the internet, documenting his time-wasting on adactio.com, where he has been writing for fifteen years.
Ada Rose Edwards is a Web Developer Advocate for Samsung. She writes and talks about graphics on the web, offline first web apps and front end animation performance.
Estelle is an internationally published author, speaker, and trainer. She is an Open Web Evangelist for InstartLogic.com. She is the author of Mobile HTML5 and Transitions & Animations in CSS, and co-author of HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World.
Rachel has been working on the web since 1996 and writing about the web for almost as long. Her books include the recent Get Ready for CSS Grid Layout and HTML5 for Web Designers second edition. She is a regular columnist for A List Apart as well as other publications online and print. You can find her on Twitter as @rachelandrew and writing about technology and business on her blog at rachelandrew.co.uk.
Chris Lilley is a Technical Director at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Considered “the father of SVG”, he also co-authored PNG, was co-editor of CSS2, chaired the group that developed @font-face, and co-developed WOFF. Ex Technical Architecture Group. Chris is still trying to get Color Management on the Web, sigh. Currently working on CSS levels 3/4/5 (no, really), Web Audio, and WOFF2.
Lea is currently busy researching how to make web programming easier at MIT CSAIL. She is the author of bestselling advanced CSS book CSS Secrets and has worked as a Developer Advocate at W3C. She has a long-standing passion for open web standards, and is one of the few Invited Experts in the CSS Working Group.
Emily is a data scientist, a nonbinary trans woman, and a hockey player. They are passionate about better technological citizenship and believe in ethical, inclusive technology. As a technologist and activist, Emily's work focuses on guiding innovation towards improving spaces, both online and in the physical world.
Our speakers are awesome, but there’s more to View Source — we are committed to providing a comfortable place for sharing, learning, and meeting new people. Discuss and collaborate in our social spaces, chill in comfy hangout spots, see some great demos, or even give a lightning talk! Our evening activity will provide a fun, friendly, learning-focused environment to continue conversations and start new ones.
Opening keynote and talks
Lunch, lightning talks & demos
Talks and closing keynote
Mozilla Festival* Science Fair at Ravensbourne College, London (near the O2 in Greenwich)
Your ticket to View Source also includes admission to the Mozilla Festival, October 28-29.
8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ.
The RSA's main building is located just behind the Strand in central London, within easy walking distance of underground and railway stations.
Charing Cross is 5 minutes away on foot. Waterloo is 15-20 minutes away.
Charing Cross (Northern Line, Bakerloo Line)
Embankment (District and Circle Lines, Northern Line, Bakerloo Line)
Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line)
Leicester Square (Piccadilly and Northern Lines)
The RSA is served by bus lines 6, 9, 11, 15, 23, 87, 91, 139, and 176.
We strongly advise against coming to the venue by car, as parking is very difficult. We encourage you to take advantage of the comprehensive public transport system.
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