Tag: #Présentation

HTML5 sur les stéroïdes à HTML5mtl

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C’est avec un immense plaisir que je présenterais pour la troisième fois au groupe d’utilisateurs HTML5mtl le 22 avril prochain. Disons que j’ai une petite faiblesse pour ce groupe consacré à HTML pour la grande région de Montréal: j’en suis l’un des fondateurs avec Mathieu Chartier et Benoît Piette. Lors de cette soirée, je parlerais... Read more

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Empower Mobile Web Developers with JavaScript & WebAPI at PragueJS

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HTML5 is a giant step in the right direction: it gives a lot more tools that developers need to create better experiences for users. The problem? It’s not there yet when it comes to web development for mobile devices. In this talk, Frédéric Harper will show you how you can use HTML, and JavaScript to... Read more

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I’ll speak at PragueJS, in Prague, Czech Republic

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On the evening of the 27th of March, I’ll be in Prague, Czech Republic to speak at their local JavaScript user group. Lately, my speaking gigs had the same goal: introduce people to Firefox OS. It’s less about getting people to know the product as my goal is to present them an alternative to the... Read more

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A better way to showcase my speaking experience

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One thing I like to do when someone ask me to speak at their event, is to let them know that they can count on an experienced, professional, and authentic speaker. I always had a speaking page on this blog, but the information wasn’t well presented. I decided to do a good cleanup, and finalize... Read more

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Have you ever think about your personal brand?

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Do you think personal branding is not for you? Why should you care about your own brand? After all, it’s not like you are an actor or the lead singer for a rock band. In fact, it’s never been more important for you to think about yourself as a brand. I think it’s so important... Read more

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Make your slides worth of showing them

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Since two weeks, I’m back on the school bench: I’m taking a wine course from the SAQ, and a photography one from Collège Marsan (in French). One is helping me properly use my DSLR to make better picture, and the other one to take my wine love to the next level. Since I’m on the... Read more

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Every talk is a product pitch

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Most of the conferences have one rule for their speakers: no product pitch. I think they are wrong. There are two kinds of talks: good, and bad. Good presentations are the one you enjoy, the one you learned from, the one you laugh at, the one you’ll remember. Bad talks are the one you wish you never... Read more

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Firefox OS love in Toronto

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Yesterday, I was in Toronto to share some Firefox OS love with my Canadian friends. I was invited to speak at a joint meetup with Mobile Startups Toronto, and HTML Toronto. The demo god wasn’t with me as mostly everything went wrong at the beginning, but fortunately, the rest of the presentation has been great,... Read more

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Firefox OS at Mobile Startups Toronto, HTML5 Toronto, and online

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A little less than one month ago, I was writing about a presentation on Firefox OS I’ll do at Mobile Startups Toronto in January. It went fast as the event is already in two days… Since, HTML5 Toronto as join to co-host the event with the nice folks at Mobile Startups Toronto. They’ll also stream... Read more

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The evolvement of the tech industry – A Make Web Not War presentation at Devcamp Vancouver 2011

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Last week, I was talking with someone about my role as a Technical Evangelist: the person was quite surprised that I went from Microsoft to Mozilla. Of course, the company structure, and culture are really different, but I never quit the Open Source world. Part of my role for my previous employer was to help... Read more

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How to Be a Rock Star Developer: a book on Personal BrandingLearn more