To be announced

To be announced

flying carpet on the beach

Sometimes I feel stupid…

confusing signs
Photo by pkevinconnell

Goatfarming, maybe?

goats Photo by Klearchos Kapoutsis

Doom and Gloom

jumping goat Photo by Pelle Wessman

But things are looking up!

things looking up

So where's the disconnect?

trains not in sync

Shiny things

iphones in docks Photo by Yutaka Tsutano

Pace of innovation

iPhone5

Always new, always better…

Jimmy Kimmel first look iphone5

Jimmy Kimmel - iPhone 5 first look

Projection

Let’s put this in context: mobile internet usage has doubled last year, and right now about 20% of all web traffic in the US is from mobile devices. This means Retina screens will soon become the norm.

Thomas Fuchs

Context: WWW?

Flat earth

Not quite confident…

The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else's highlight reel.

Steve Furtick

Woe is us! HTML5 is dead!

Zuckerberg at TechCrunch Disrupt

Quoting is hard…

I think that the biggest mistake that we made as a company was betting too much on HTML5 as opposed to native, because it just wasn't there.

Mark Zuckerberg (of sorts)

Especially when the interesting bits get cut…

It's not that HTML5 is bad. I'm actually long-term really excited about it. And one of the things that's interesting is we have actually more people on a daily basis using mobile web Facebook that we have using our iOS or Android apps combined. So mobile web is a big thing for us.

And the internal WTFs…

But there's no doubt that, we went for this approach, we built this internal framework that we called Faceweb, which is basically this idea that we can take the infrastructure that we built out for pushing code everyday, not having to submit to an app store, building web code on the web stack that we have, and that we can translate that into mobile development. We just were never able to get the quality of it we wanted

Don't listen to and quote "tech press" funded by clicks

Emulation brings frustration

Star wars super bricks

The dirty little (not so) secret…

small skunk

It is all about the hardware

lots and lots of phones

Web = disrupting app sales

clamped wheel
Photo by Ricardo Liberato

Drivers wanted

small skunk Photo by Library of Congress

Firefox OS - we're on it!

Firefox OS

Truly opening up phones

Hardware blowup

http://arewemobileyet.com

Let's re-focus here for a bit

Don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed. The ability to sell a lot of apps is insignificant next to the power of the web.

Darth Vader (of sorts)

The web is amazing and empowering

Mozilla Webmaker

https://webmaker.org

Misunderstanding leads to failure

iPhone stove

Communication and collaboration

New Model Army

Adam Roberts: New Model Army

There is no single point of failure

The starfish and the spider

The starfish and the spider

It is here!

sand magnified

Time to change…

change alley Photo by Matt Brown

We're mainstream

Hype cycle

The hype cycle

Rethinking tools

I often think that command line editors like vi or emacs were made by sadists who enjoy making people feel stupid, frustrated and helpless.

Well said, Lea

We're not simple enough

Ask an engineer - we are happy to explain everything

Re-stating the obvious

in sweden, it is illegal to be a criminal

The missed reboot

annoying lift panel

The lack of a packaged format

A neat little package Photo by Beck Gusler

The flight into abstraction

Death and Fire by Paul Klee

Paul Klee

The myth of portability

Ghetto blaster

The broken and complex "open"

engineer scarification

Getting back mind share

outside your comfort zone is where the magic happens

Shorter journey time

editor showing the final gameplay amended changing the code

Bret Victor - inventing on principle

Developer tools

Firefox devtools

Building blocks in the browser

X-tags examples

Web Components - X-Tag - WebGame stub - Mortar

Conversion tools

Bananabread

Bananabread demo

Heck, tools!

Adobe brackets

Adobe Brackets

The time is now, the place is here…

Today is the tomorrow you expected yesterday

Shaun Tan: the lost thing

Write and share wisdom

Complain where people listen

listening device James Vaughan

Collaborative coding and styling

Catch them young

Focus on the great things and tell their story

finding nemo

Let's watch that movie, the one where a wife and all but one children of a family are brutally murdered, the last child gets kidnapped and the father starts a desperate attempt to find it with his only ally being a mentally challenged woman.

Thanks

impatient cookie monster