The video of my YUIConf 2012 talk, When Not to Use YUI, is now available.
The slides were apparently captured with some kind of crufty VGA capture hardware that made them look muddy and dark, so you may want to follow along with the slide deck if you care about that sort of thing.
YUIConf 2012 is coming up in Santa Clara on November 14th and 15th. I usually avoid public speaking like the plague, but this time there’s something I really want to talk about: When Not to Use YUI.
Come see the fireworks in the main room at 9AM on Thursday, November 15th!
Update, 2012-11-15: Here are the slides from my talk. This was a talk in which the slides served mainly as background to me saying stuff, so keep an eye out for the video as well, which I’ll post as soon as it’s available.
Update, 2012-11-30: The video of my talk is now available. The slides in the video were apparently captured with some kind of crufty VGA capture hardware that made them look muddy and dark, so you may want to follow along with the slide deck if you care about that sort of thing.
In November I gave a talk at YUIConf 2010 introducing the new AutoComplete widget I wrote for YUI 3.3.0, which we’ll be releasing soon. The video of the talk is now up on YUI Theater for your viewing pleasure. The slides are available on SlideShare.
If you didn’t attend YUIConf and haven’t yet had a chance to check out the videos, you should. The conference was packed with excellent talks this year, including quite a few about topics not directly related to YUI, so there’s sure to be something there for you even if you’re not a YUI user.
Last week I gave an internal tech talk at Yahoo! entitled Achieving Performance Zen with YUI 3. The full video of the talk is now available on YUI Theater. The slides are available on SlideShare (or you can download the Keynote deck).