W3C

Talks by W3C Speakers

Many in the W3C community — including staff, chairs, and Member representatives — present W3C work at conferences and other events. Below you will find a list some of the talks. All material is copyright of the author, except where otherwise noted.

Listing is based on the following search constraints:

  • Possible presentation dates: past few months and upcoming
  • Technology area: Browsers and Other Agents

June 2016

  • 2016-06-16 (16 JUN)

    The third Browser Was is over and it’s a bloodshed

    by Daniel Glazman

    web2day

    Nantes, France

    Relevant technology areas: Web Design and Applications and Browsers and Other Agents.

    Abstract:
    The third Browser War ignited more or less in 2010 when the four (yes, only four…) companies owning a major Web rendering engine started fighting for market shares. That war now reaches an end, and the browser landscape is, in five years’ time, extremely different from what it used to be. In this talk, I’m going to give you an insider’s view of the events, and will dive into the specifics of some that made the headlines more than others. You will discover a world deeply driven by technology, but with one unique goal, world domination, and where individual behaviours are not always at their best.
  • 2016-06-17 (17 JUN)

    The evolution of CSS 4 Color

    by Chris Lilley

    CSS Day

    Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Relevant technology areas: Web Design and Applications and Browsers and Other Agents.

  • 2016-06-23 (23 JUN)
    Abstract:
    Over the last few years, the W3C Web Performance Working Group has been working to add several new performance-related APIs and to evolve the existing ones. Todd Reifsteck and Philippe Le Hegaret discuss the work the W3C Web Performance Working Group is doing, as well as performance-related efforts by other groups, so that you can be up to date with the latest developments and what’s coming next. Todd and Philippe also discuss how easy it is to get involved, provide feedback, and influence the direction that these standards will take, in order to help shape the future of web performance and the Web in general.

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