Meeting June 19, 2012 from 11:30am - 12:30pm at the <div> in Edmond, OK. Lunch will be provided!
Its time to enter a whole new realm of Internet challenge and adventure.
It is no secret that Mozilla has been pushing the boundaries of what the internet is capable of, and has been a fundamental force in evolving the web. This month will be a whirlwind tour of a host of exciting topics that encompass the vast and magical things that Mozilla has in store for everone.
Luke is going to cover a variety of things; Web SMS, Web Telephony, Battery API, Web Vibrator, Touch, Camera, The future of gaming, Mouse Lock, Gamepad API, Gladius.js, Mozilla Open Web apps and Identity/Browser Id. Afterwards there will be a Q & A session, led by Luke covering these topics
Gather your gear; internet adventurers, and level up your interwebs.
Luke has developed web sites and applications for 10 years, in both corporate and public site environments. He owes all of my best experience to the open-source community and tries to give back; he’s contributed to open-source web projects including Zend Framework, phing, PEAR, and now Mozilla!
Luke is also very active in the Tulsa Web Devs Community and Tulsa Hackathon Project
Tasty lunch will be served thanks to Robert Half Technologies. These awesome folks are passionate about serving the Oklahoma City technology community and we thank them for their generous support. They’ve made it clear they want to see our usergroup succeed, which is an epic win for everyone!
With the okcCoCo undergoing change, we will be moving our meetup location to the <div> in Edmond this month. The <div> is an organization who is dedicated to supporting a grassroots usergroup movement that builds the state, and helps champion Oklahoma as a web tech hub. The div is located at 1712 S. Kelly Ave, in Edmond. We are really excited to be here, and offer our sincere thanks to the div for helping us.