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    The World Wide Web is important in social and economic development through the dissemination of information, culture, and generating new business in the country. One of the most important events in the area, the Conference debates issues that impact society and contribute to the awareness of the importance of ongoing continued development.

    The event is an initiative of the W3C Brazil office and the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee ( first edition was in 2009 and since then the conference happens annually, in São Paulo, and it has place in the agenda of the Web’s stakeholders.

    The themes chosen for the 2013 conference will discuss the Trends Topics of the Web and each subject will have a highlight speaker to debate and exchange experience with the participants

    Target Audience: Web developers, main users, startups, researchers and policy makers on business strategies.

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    Kris Borchers

    Kris is a Chicago native and the Executive Director of the jQuery Foundation where he works to help the foundation realize its mission to make the web a better place for everyone.

    He is also a member of the jQuery UI team working on everything from fixing bugs to new development.

    Speaker Kris Borchers Kris
    track <HEADER> 19 nov
    Pushing the Web Forward 09:00 - 10:30
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    Rafael Xavier

    jQuery team member, former IBMer Lead Software Engineer (Linux Tech Center). B.S in Computer Science at USP (Brazil).

    Speaker Rafael Xavier Rafael
    track <HEADER> 19 nov
    Hello, Olá, ¡Hola, Hallo, 你好 11:00 - 11:45
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    Fernanda Weiden works with large scale infrastructure, currently in the Production Engineering team at Facebook. Previously, Fernanda worked at Google and IBM.

    Her involvement in the Free Software community began in 2002, she's been an organizer of FISL (the International Free Software Forum) for several years and she's been vice-president of the FSFE from 2009 until 2011, being responsible for organizing the Document Freedom Day.

    Speaker Fernanda Weiden Fernanda
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Keynote Speak 09:00 - 10:30
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    Thiago Prado

    Master's in Computer Science and Specialist in Web Development.

    Also professor and coordinator of the postgraduation at UTFPR Londrina, and researcher in business and DESERTO Digital and Digital Agency ICOMP.

    Mesa sobre Web TV Thiago
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Web & TV 14:00 - 15:30
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    Alex Soares

    Alex Soares is Solutions Engineer with almost 20 years of internet experience and currently consulting in web performance.

    He's been workin at Exceda for the last 6 years, where he coordinates projects in some of the largest media groups and webportals in Latin America and USA.

    Before working at Exceda, he gained experience developing websites, infrastructure and streaming solutions.

    Speaker Alex Soares Alex
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Web & TV 14:00 - 15:30
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    Soraya Lopes

    Seven years of experience on Web and Mobile for B2B and B2C markets. Mobile Products teacher at Instituto de Artes Interativas (Interactive Arts Institute) and Projects and Products Manager at Hanzo. Studies and promotes mobile market trends and the several aspects of appstores in the Sobre Appss website.

    Speaker Soraya Lopes Soraya
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Mercado, modelos de negócio e tecnologias que funcionam. 16:00 - 18:00
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    Guilhes Damian

    Co-founder of QUByte Interactive, a brazilian game dev studio focused on mobile platforms and game consoles.

    In three years, established strategic development partnerships in countries such as USA, Canada, Germany, England, Belgium and China.

    The Qubyte games add up (considering all platforms) more than 10 million downloads worldwide.

    Speaker Guilhes Damian Guilhes
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Mercado, modelos de negócio e tecnologias que funcionam. 16:00 - 18:00
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    Antonio M. Marcos

    Project Development Manager at, Moreiras coordinates, an initiative to disseminate IPv6 in the country.

    He's also responsible for the free availability of the Legal Brazilian Time via NTP, for the realization of studies about the Web, for, a web portal for high quality video in portuguese, and for training internet service providers.

    Speaker Antonio Marcos Moreiras Antonio
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Privacidade e rastreamento na Web 11:00 - 12:30
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    Gustavo Faleiros

    Knight International Journalism Fellow Gustavo Faleiros is an environmental journalist and media trainer who specializes in data-driven journalism.

    During his first Knight International Journalism Fellowship last year, Faleiros launched InfoAmazonia, a digital map that uses satellite and other publicly available data to monitor the Amazon rainforest.

    Before his fellowship, Faleiros helped create the Amazon Communications Network, which trained journalists and produced 200 stories about environmental issues in the region.

    Speaker Gustavo Faleiros Gustavo
    track <SECTION> 19 nov
    Digital Publishing 11:00 - 12:30
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    Talita Pagani

    Is Master's student in Computer Science and works as coordination assistant of educational projects at MStech, working mainly with educational games and projects of digital accessibility.

    Is writer on tableless and UX.Blog and curator of FrontInterior. Member of the Accessibility Working Group of W3C Brazil’s.

    Speaker Talita Pagani Talita
    track <SECTION> 19 nov
    Jogos com HTML5 14:00 - 15:45
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    Rafael Kenski

    He graduated in Journalism and Social Sciences, with a Masters in Information Systems from the London School of Economics.

    Has worked as editor of the Superintessante Magazine, brand strategy consultant for Studio Ideias and expert in gamification.

    He is currently editor-in-chief of Young Male Nuclei websites at Editora Abril.

    Speaker Rafael Kenski Rafael
    track <SECTION> 19 nov
    Digital Publishing 11:00 - 12:30
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    Leo Balter

    He have a law degree but is a developer for fun. Enthusiast of front-end technologies and the Open Web, is connected to several area communities worldwide.

    Also he is a Mozilla representative and lead front-end developer at Estante Virtual. Splits his time with other passions, including music and longboard.

    Speaker Leo Balter Leo
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Privacidade e rastreamento na Web 11:00 - 12:30
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    Diego Eis creator, website that helped spread the intelligent development with Web Standards in Brazil. Speaker and evangelist about good practices to front-end development. As a consultant attended teams and leaders from companies like Google,, iG, Yahoo!, UOL, Locaweb, Nokia and others.

    He is also a columnist for Wide magazine and technical reviewer for Bookman publisher. At Locaweb is coordinator of front-end developers team, where in addition to taking care of the front-end code of the products, maintains the framework of the undertaking.

    Diego Eis Diego
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    WAI-ARIA 16:00 - 16:40
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    Jean Carlo Emer

    “Craftsman” of the internet and computer scientist. Loves to learn different Web languages, kind of the one that solve arithmetic and logic, or mark, or stylize, or generate other things.

    Also fond of new technologies and APIs, and aware that the code of everyday life is what makes the Web a better place. He is currently Consultant Developer at Codeminer42.

    Speaker Jean Carlo Emer Jean
    track <SECTION> 19 nov
    WebSockets 14:45 - 15:30
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    Almir Filho

    Developer at e co-fundador do Loop Infinito, where he shares his knowledge of front-end development.

    B.S and Master's student in Computer Science, and is extremely interested in the Web standards and productivity.

    Speaker Almir Filho Almir
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    CSS Layout: o ontem, o hoje e o depois 14:45 - 15:30
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    Caio Gondim

    Developer at and co-founder at Loop Infinito.

    Speaker Caio Gondim Caio
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    HTML5 Sensitivo: Seu browser no plano astral 14:00 - 14:45
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    Daniel Filho

    Daniel Filho is an interface analyst and front-end developer at Netshoes, creator and co-host of the podcast Zone Of Front-Enders, member of BrazilJS foundation and manager of the GDG-SP (Google Developers Group - São Paulo).

    Speaker Daniel Filho Daniel
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    Javascript que voa! 11:45 - 12:30
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    Pedro Rogério

    Works with Front-end development for 8 years, a hobby that turned into a career.

    Already worked for companies such as TIM, OI and Globo. Currently works as a Development Analyst at Locaweb.

    Speaker Pedro Rogério Pedro
    track <CANVAS> 18 nov
    Quem tem medo do terminal? 16:00 - 16:40
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    Jaydson Gomes

    Over 8 years of experience in Web Development, JavaScript is his passion, one of the curators of BrazilJS Conf, the main JavaScript conference in Brazil, and one of the biggest conferences in the world, one of the BrazilJS Foundation's creators/leaders.

    Currently working on Terra, in the architecture team, building JavaScript tools and API's for developers, and doing research on new technologies, such as HTML5 and all his umbrella, nodeJS, and of course, JavaScript.

    Speaker Jaydson Gomes Jaydson
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    Processo de Desenvolvimento Front-End - Do caos ao Sublime 11:00 - 11:45
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    Deivid Marques

    Front-end developer at Locaweb. in love with marketing and web development.

    Member of the team organizing the FrontInSampa conference.

    Speaker Deivid Marques Daivid
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    WAI-ARIA 16:00 - 16:40
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    Andre Garzia

    Is mobile application developer and community volunteer at Mozilla Brazil, where hosts events about Firefox OS and recently released the book 'Quick Development for Firefox OS'.

    In his free time he enjoys board games, science fiction books and pizza.

    Speaker Andre Garzia Andre
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    Desenvolvendo APPS com Firefox OS 11:45 - 12:30
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    Fabio Magnoni

    Works at Mozilla as Technical Evangelist for Firefox OS and other projects. Believes in the Open Web and HTML5.

    Previously has been founder of startups and software developer.

    Speaker Fabio Magnoni Fabio
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    Open WebAPIs do Firefox OS 14:00 - 14:45
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    Luis Leão

    Editor at Revista iMasters, coordinator at Google Developer Group São Paulo and member of Garoa Hacker Clube.

    Currently dedicated to making things possible through technology.

    Speaker Luis Leão Luis
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    Speech API 14:45 - 15:30
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    Sérgio Lopes

    Sérgio Lopes is a instructor and developer at Caelum.

    Fond to the Web and front-end coding, is Web programmer about 14 years . Lately, there has been specializing in mobile and performance optimizations.

    He is the author of the book “A Web Mobile” and speaker in several events, moderator GUJ and writes articles on his personal blog.

    Speaker Sérgio Lopes Sérgio
    track <CANVAS> 19 nov
    Técnicas para suportar telas de alta resolução na Web 11:45 - 12:30
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    Nathalia Sautchuk Patrício

    Post-Graduated in Computer Engineering at University of São Paulo. Currently works as Technical Advisor at the Executive Secretary of and teaches classes at SENAC and Centro Paula Souza.

    Nathalia has experience in Software Engineering, dealing mainly with topics such as Computing Applied to Education and Requisites Engineering.

    Speaker Nathalia Sauthchuk Patrício Nathalia
    track <CANVAS> 19 nov
    Desenvolvimento de ambientes 3D para Web usando Three JS 14:00 - 14:45
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    Felipe Moura

    Being a web technologies enthusiast, Felipe works as development analist at Terra Networks with 8 years of experience on web development.

    He's one of the founders of BrazilJS Foundation and he is an organizer of the Brazilian Javascript Conference, BrazilJS.

    Speaker Felipe Moura Felipe
    track <CANVAS> 19 nov
    Isto tudo é muito legal, mas e aí, onde uso? 14:45 - 15:30
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    Thadeu Cascardo

    Bachelor's in Computer Science from UFMG. Software developer since 1996, involved with free software since 1997, has contributed to several projects, including the Linux kernel.

    Today works at Linux Technology Center da IBM with Linux device drivers runned on Power systems.

    Speaker Thadeu Cascardo Thadeu
    track <INPUT> 18 nov
    Controle de Versão com Git 14:00 - 15:30
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    Felipe Sanches

    Libre software activist & developer, libre hardware designer and co-founder of Metamáquina, a brazilian 3d printer manufacturing company.

    Felipe's been involved in the development of libre software such as Inkscape, OpenSCAD, Pronterface and GNU LibreDWG. Co-creator of PoliGNU, the Libre software studies group at Escola Politécnica - University of São Paulo and is a co-founder of Garoa Hacker Clube, the first brazilian hackerspace.

    Speaker Felipe Sanches Felipe Sanches
    track <INPUT> 19 nov
    SVG/WebGL e impressão 3D 11:00 - 12:30
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    Viviane Vilela

    Executive Director at E-commerce Brasil, which includes a web portal, a printed magazine and large-scale events focused on fostering e-commerce excellence; technical analyst for seven years, at National SEBRAE, having worked in projects for decentralizing presential and remote customer support.

    Viviane has coordinater a set of blogs called Mundo Sebrae; and the networks "Sou Empresário" and "Raio Brasil". Owner of the "Beco com Saída" blog, which was awarded by Prêmio Top Blog for 2 consecutive years as the second best brazilian entrepreneurship blog.

    Speaker Viviane Vilela Viviane
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Mercado, modelos de negócio e tecnologias que funcionam. 16:00 - 18:00
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    Yaso Córdova

    Is strategic designer, currently working as Developer Relations at W3C Brazil. She is graduated from UNB in Design and Post-graduate degree in Strategic Management from FGV.

    Advised on several innovation projects, especially in government, with a focus on improving processes for citizen relationship and and services online.

    It is also free software enthusiast and open projects. Evangelist of open web standards, focusing on improving the compatibility of anything in modern standards-based browsers.

    Speaker Yaso Córdova yaso
    track <HEADER> 19 nov
    W3C TRENDS 14:00 - 15:30
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    Reinaldo Ferraz

    Web development Specialist at W3C Brazil, holds a degree in design and computer graphics and a graduate degree in Hypermedia Design from the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi in São Paulo.

    A specialist in web standards and accessibility, he has worked with web development and design for over twelve years. Taught lectures and tutorials about accessibility and web standards in several events in Brazil and abroad. Currently he is concentrating his efforts in spreading and applying standards and accessibility on the web.

    Speaker Reinaldo Ferraz reinaldo
    track <HEADER> 19 nov
    W3C TRENDS 14:00 - 15:30
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    Vanessa Tonini

    Front-end developer since 2007, and is Technologist in Systems for Internet degree, is student at UTFPR where do an specialization degree in Web Development Focused in User Experience, where research about web accessibility to e-commerce environments.

    Currently, working on projects to promote web accessibility and open web at W3C Brazil where is also member of web accessibility working group.

    Speaker Vanessa Tonini vanessa
    track <HEADER> 19 nov
    W3C TRENDS 14:00 - 15:30
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    Vagner Diniz

    Manager of the W3C Brazil Office, area of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee to take care of standards that ensure an web from all and to all.

    Non-practicing is graduated as Electronic Engineer, and have Specialist Degree at the University of Geneva, and is Master in Public Policy and Management from Fundação Getúlio Vargas.

    Speaker Vagner Diniz vagner
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Abertura 09:00 - 09:10
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    Fábio Lima

    Being a developer since 2005, Fábio has already developed projects for clients such as Coca-Cola, Absolut, Samsung, Nokia, Microsoft, Bradesco and Itaú.

    Today he's a founding partner and Creative Developer at Banana Groove Studios, focused in developing creative solutions using technology.

    Speaker Vagner Diniz fábio
    track <HEADER> 18 nov
    Web & TV 14:00 - 15:30
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    Raphael Agneli

    Web developer for about 5 years, Raphael Agneli is a free software enthusiast and has a degree on Information Technology. He works as front-end and back-end developer at TeamWeb, a company he started 2 years ago.

    Currently Raphael is dedicated to the development of the Linux Remove Control application, a project that gathers 2 of his passions: Web and GNU/Linux.

    Speaker Raphael Agneli raphael
    track <CANVAS> 18 nov
    Linux Remote Control 16:40 - 17:20
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    Bruno Azevedo

    Web developer specialized in Front-End. With more than 7 years of experience, Bruno Azevedo worked in some of the largest internet players in Brazil such as Grupo RBS and Terra Networks.

    Currently, Bruno is co-founder && Front-End developer at marimbondo, a studio focused on making the web a prettier place.

    Speaker Bruno Azevedo bruno
    track <SECTION> 18 nov
    Responsivo na prática 17:20 - 18:00
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    José Fernando Tavares

    José Fernando Tavares studied Communications Science in Italy, where he's been living for the last 19 years. Since 2008 José is dedicated to the digital publishing market and to ePub book publication techniques, following the overal global trends in the subject, trying to find the best practices and processes to apply them to the brazilian market.

    José also has technical and practical knowledge on digital book production in the mobi and ePub formats and enhanced books for the iPad. In 2010, he founded Simplíssimo Livros where he currently works as Operations Director and where he's the responsible technician for production.

    Speaker José Fernando Tavares Jóse Fernando
    track <HEADER> 19 nov
    Digital Publishing 11:00 - 12:30
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    Loiane Groner

    Graduated in Computer Science, Loiane Groner works as Project Development Manager at Citibank (the largest financial institution in the world), in São Paulo. She has more that 8 years of IT experience.

    Loiane has authored the books Ext JS 4 First Look, Mastering Ext JS and Sencha Architect App Development, all of which where published by Packt Publishing being globaly available in english. She's also Java evangelist and Sencha Community Leader in Brazil.

    Speaker Loiane Groner Loiane
    track <INPUT> 19 nov
    Desenvolvimento Mobile Multiplataforma e OpenSource com Sencha Touch e Phonegap 11:00 - 12:30
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    Cristine Hoepers

    Work with Management of Security Incidents in since 1999, where it operates in support for creating new Groups Security Incident Response (CSIRT) in Brazil, training professionals of security, and the development of good operating practices of Internet networks and user awareness.

    She is currently an instructor of courses CERT / CC from Carnegie Mellon University, Chair of the FIRST Botnet SIG and member of the Project Advisory Committee AMPARO LACNIC.

    Speaker Cristine Hoepers Cristine
    track <HEADER> 19 nov
    Privacidade e rastreamento na Web 11:00 - 12:30
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    Marco Bruno

    Works at Locaweb as Front-End Developer for about 2 years. Began his career as a developer in B. Grob Brazil as HMI Developer.

    Speaker Marco Bruno Marco
    track <CANVAS> 18 nov
    Quem tem medo do terminal? 16:00 - 16:40
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    Bernard De Luna

    Has spoken in HTML5DevConf in San Francisco and more than 50 events across Brazil, was Product Team Leader at Petrobras, in recent years has worked as Product manager, aligning the UX with code and agile processes.

    Is one of the main speakers and columnists about Front-end development in Brazil.

    Speaker Bernard de Luna Bernard
    track <CANVAS> 18 nov
    Web Components 11:00 - 11:45
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    Davidson Alencar

    With a graduate degree in Systems Design and Analysis at PUC-Rio, Davidson Alencar works as Web Projects Manager at Contempory Informática and as teacher and content creator for the Curso iLearn covering topics on front-end and back-end development.

    Co-founder and mantainer of the HTML5 Gallery BR project, a website gallery that showcases brazilian HTML5 websites, that was created by Everaldo Bechara. Being a Javascript, Web Standards and Design Patterns enthusiast, Davidson loves to be challenged to learn new technologies.

    Speaker Davidson Alencar Davidson
    track <INPUT> 18 nov
    iLearn - HTML5 APIs 11:00 - 12:30
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    Eduardo Shiota

    Eduardo studied Computer Science and graduated in Graphics Design. Currently works as front-end engineer at

    He's got experience on web technologies since 1998 and has been working professionaly in this field since 2002. Has already worked on small hotsites as well as in large web apps, designing user-centered experience and practicing information architecture concepts.

    Eduardo is also an instructor at Howto courses, and promotes speeches in several events of the Ruby and FrontEnd communities.

    Participante Eduardo Shiota Eduardo
    trilha <SECTION> 19 nov
    Montando uma banda de música no seu navegador 11:45 - 12:30
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    Sam Carecho

    Web Engineer providing market consultancy and web solutions since 2000. On 2006 Sam has started to aim at opportunities in the external market as well.

    Open Sampa Manager, Board Member at GDG[x] and co-organizer at HackerNest São Paulo, Sam promotes interaction among developers, knowledge sharing and free software development.

    Participante Sam Carecho Sam
    trilha <INPUT> 19 nov
    Code Lab de Polymer 14:00 - 15:30
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    See here our speakers tracks and panels of the conference*

    November 18th
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    Abertura: Vagner Diniz (W3C) video

    Keynote Speaker: A evolução dos sistemas de informática e Web no Brasil.
    Fernanda Weiden (Facebook)
    A evolução dos sistemas de informática e Web no Brasil

    Fernanda Weiden irá falar sobre a evolução dos sistemas de informática e conectividade desde que a Internet chegou no Brasil. Como essa evolução modificou a vida das pessoas em geral e especialmente de quem trabalha com a web, lançando um olhar também sobre os desafios que vem pela frente.

    09:00 - 10:30
    Coffee Break 10:30 - 11:00
    Privacidade e rastreamento na Web. Antonio Marcos Moreiras, Cristine Hoepers, Leonardo Balter.
    Moderator: Leonardo Balter.
    video 11:00 - 12:30
    Processo de Desenvolvimento Front-End - Do caos ao Sublime. Jaydson Gomes
    Processo de Desenvolvimento Front-End - Do caos ao Sublime

    O JavaScript ocupou o lugar de linguagem mais querida e popular no mundo, depois de passar anos sendo incompreendida. Esta mudança é reflexo do avanço da linguagem, das ferramentas e de todas as tecnologias que a cercam. O modo de se desenvolver código client-side mudou, e para melhor.

    O ambiente de desenvolvimento não é mais o mesmo, hoje temos um arsenal de ferramentas que nos ajudam a criar aplicações robustas, escaláveis e de qualidade.

    O objetivo da palestra é apresentar as principais ferramentas, tecnologias e técnicas disponíveis para o desenvolvimento de aplicações client-side, além de mostrar na prática como mudamos completamente o processo de desenvolvimento Front-End em um dos maiores portais da América Latina, o Terra.

    11:00 - 11:45
    Javascript que voa! Daniel Filho
    Javascript que voa!

    JavaScript no navegador, JavaScript na linha de comando, JavaScript no servidor, JavaScript em robôs, JavaScript NO AR! Vamos entender como é possível fazer um quadricóptero decolar utilizando JavaScript.

    11:45 - 12:30
    Criando aplicações de alta performance em HTML5 Fellyph Cintra (BlackBerry) 11:00 - 11:45
    Jogos com HTML5 Talita Pagani
    Jogos com HTML5

    O HTML5 e as tecnologias adjacentes da Open Web Platform trouxeram avanços não apenas para o desenvolvimento de aplicações web, mas também para o desenvolvimento de jogos digitais. Com isso, há uma nova geração de jogos que podem ser oferecidos de forma ubíqua e independente de plataforma.

    Nesta palestra, será abordado: como o HTML5 pode ser utilizado para o desenvolvimento de jogos; comparação com as tecnologias tradicionais; códigos e aplicações de exemplo; apresentação de frameworks de desenvolvimento.

    11:45 - 12:30
    iLearn - HTML5 APIs. Davidson Alencar
    APIs do HTML5

    Baseado no impacto dos dispositivos móveis e da sua produtividade, serão demonstradas as vantagens da adoção do HTML5 e suas APIs em projetos Web, tendo como os principais benefícios: portabilidade, fácil manutenção, otimização de recursos e resultados.

    Será discutido o estágio atual do HTML5, tendências, como gerar negócios com a tecnologia e também soluções que podem ser adotadas enquanto os navegadores dos dispositivos móveis não implementam todos os recursos da especificação do HTML5.

    11:00 - 12:30
    Lunch 12:30 - 14:00
    Web & TV. Thiago Campos, Alex Soares Fábio Lima.
    Moderator: Thiago Campos.
    video 14:00 - 15:30
    Responsivo na prática. Bruno Azevedo
    Responsivo na prática

    Não tem a menor idéia de como começar a fazer o seus projetos de maneira responsiva?

    Nessa palestra vou apresentar técnicas, ferramentas e exemplos práticos que ajudam no desenvolvimento de uma boa interface flexível.

    14:00 - 14:45
    WAI-ARIA. Diego Eis, Deivid Marques

    Nesta palestra será abordado como implementar WAI-Aria e suas vantagens. Além de dicas para tornar projetos mais acessíveis.

    14:45 - 15:30
    Desenvolvendo Apps com Firefox OS. Andre Garzia
    Desenvolvendo Apps com Firefox OS

    Nessa palestra vamos conhecer o Firefox OS, o novo sistema operacional para dispositivos móveis construído pela Mozilla.

    Veremos como criar aplicativos totalmente baseados em HTML5 para o novo sistema que será lançado ainda esse ano no Brasil e que tem tudo para ser um sucesso.

    14:00 - 14:45
    Open WebAPIs do Firefox OS. Fábio Magnoni
    Open WebAPIs do Firefox OS

    Firefox OS já está aí, mas como realmente criar sua app? Aprenda alguns truques no desenvolvimento de WebApps usando WebAPIs, Web Components, App Boilerplate junto com as ferramentas para desenvolvedores disponíveis no Firefox.

    14:45 - 15:30
    SVG/WebGL e impressão 3D Felipe Sanches (Metamáquina)
    SVG/WebGL e impressão 3D

    Neste workshop, Felipe Sanches, da Metamáquina, apresentará uma análise sobre as possibilidades de integração de suporte a impressão 3D em páginas web com o auxilio da tecnologia WebGL.

    14:00 - 15:30
    Coffee Break 15:30 - 16:00
    Mercado, modelos de negócio e tecnologias que funcionam. Soraya Lopes (Mobile), Guilhes Damian (Games), Vivianne Vilela (E-commerce).
    Moderator: Bruno Azevedo.
    video 16:00 - 18:00
    HTML5 Sensitivo: Seu browser no plano astral. Caio Gondim (
    HTML5 Sensitivo: Seu browser no plano astral

    O navegador está cada vez mais sensível ao seus arredores. Explorando todos os novos sensores disponíveis no HTML5 – acelerômetro, geolocalização, câmera e microfone – vamos acessar todas as APIs do aqui e do além.

    16:00 - 16:40
    CSS Layout: o ontem, o hoje e o depois. Almir Filho (
    CSS Layout: o ontem, o hoje e o depois

    Partindo do "ontem" com layouts em tabelas e passando pelo "hoje" com o box model, iremos explorar as limitações dessas abordagens para entender o que as novas técnicas do "depois" – flexbox, grids, regions e exclusions – vêm a solucionar.

    16:40 - 17:20
    Acessibilidade no E-commerce. Alê Borba (iMasters)
    Acessibilidade no E-commerce

    Quando? Onde? Como? Para que? Uma abordagem sobre o mercado de ecommerce no Brasil e como ele não se importa com o mercado acessivel.

    17:20 - 18:00
    Quem tem medo do terminal? Pedro Rogério e Marco Bruno
    Quem tem medo do terminal?

    Os desafios de um desenvolvedor front-end para largar os "programas visuais" e utilizar linhas de comando.

    16:00 - 16:40
    Linux Remote Control Raphael Agnelli
    Linux Remote Control

    O Linux Remote Control é um WebApp que transforma qualquer dispositivo com um navegador Web (com suporte a HTML5) em um controle remoto completo para maquinas que utilizam GNU/Linux como sistema operacional.

    No workshop sobre o Linux Remote Control, Raphael Agneli apresentará o projeto, mostrará como foi o processo de desenvolvimento, quais tecnologias foram utilizadas e como os desenvolvedores poderão contribuir com ele.

    16:40 - 17:20
    Web Components. Bernard De Luna 17:20 - 18:00
    Controle de Versão com Git. Thadeu Cascardo
    Controle de Versão com Git

    Git é fácil de aprender, além de ser leve e ter um tremendo desempenho, desbanca ferramentas como Subversion, CVS, Perforce e Clearcase com funcionalidades como ramificações locais baratas, áreas de trabalho temporárias convenientes e múltiplos 'workflows'.

    16:00 - 18:00
    November 19th
    trilha <Header> trilha <Section> trilha <Canvas> trilha <Input>
    Abertura Keynote Speaker: Pushing the Web Forward. Kris Borchers, Executive Director da jQuery Foundation. video 09:00 - 10:00

    Debate: Como progredir a Web? video Nathália Sautchuk, Yasodara Córdova Sérgio Lopes 10:00 - 10:30
    Coffee Break 10:30 - 11:00
    Digital Publishing Rafael Kenski, Fernando Tavares.
    Moderator: Gustavo Faleiros.
    vídeo 11:00 - 12:30
    Hello, Olá, ¡Hola, Hallo, 你好 Rafael Xavier
    Hello, Olá, ¡Hola, Hallo, 你好

    Internacionalização é o processo que propicia aos usuários uma experiência localizada que supre suas expectativas culturais e linguísticas.

    Aprenda como o jQuery está aprimorando o seu projeto Globalize para tirar proveito do conteúdo CLDR oficial, permitindo aos usuários carregarem a porção JSON desejada, evitando duplicação de dados caso estejam utilizando múltiplas bibliotecas i18n que usufruam do CLDR, e que rodem em navegadores ou node.js.

    11:00 - 11:45
    Montando uma banda de música no seu navegadorEduardo Shiota
    Montando uma banda de música no seu navegador

    Já imaginou montar uma banda usando apenas HTML, CSS e JavaScript? Usando Web Audio API, Websockets, e um pouquinho de criatividade, mostrarei um experimento de como múltiplos dispositivos podem se comunicar e tocar música direto no navegador.

    11:45 - 12:30
    Speech API. Luis Leão
    Speech API

    Nesta apresentação você verá como implementar reconhecimento de voz no navegador e criar experiências interativas utilizando a fala.

    11:00 - 11:45
    Desenvolvimento de ambientes 3D para Web usando Three JS Nathalia Sautchuk Patrício
    Desenvolvimento de ambientes 3D para Web usando Three JS

    Na palestra serão abordados conceitos iniciais de WebGL e apresentada a engine livre Three.js. Serão construídos alguns exemplos de ambientes 3D para Web através do uso dessa engine.

    11:45 - 12:30
    Desenvolvimento Mobile Multiplataforma e OpenSource com Sencha Touch e PhonegapLoiane Groner
    Desenvolvimento Mobile Multiplataforma e OpenSource com Sencha Touch e Phonegap

    Nessa sessão veremos uma breve introdução de dois frameworks mobile focados no HTML5.

    Vamos aprender também o que é necessário para desenvolver com essas ferramentas e também um estudo de caso para lhe dar uma base para desenvolver sua própria aplicação.

    11:00 - 12:30
    Lunch 12:30 - 14:00
    W3C TRENDS Yaso, Reinaldo e Vanessa
    video 14:00 - 15:30
    WebSockets Jean Carlo Emer

    Entenda do TCP e do HTTP e das novas fronteiras que se abrem ao poder trocar mensagens livremente entre dois pontos de conexão.

    Saiba o que há por trás dos Web Sockets e como implementar em seu projeto utilizando node.js.

    14:00 - 14:45
    Isto tudo é muito legal, mas e aí, onde uso? Felipe Moura
    Isto tudo é muito legal, mas e aí, onde uso?

    As tecnologias web estão crescendo, se modelando e adaptando, evoluindo cada vez mais rápido! Isso tudo é muito legal, empolgante, mas...onde usamos isso no dia-a-dia?

    Veremos códigos, sim, para construirmos estas coisas legais utilizando muito do HTML5, CSS3 e JavaScript, com Canvas, SVG, web sockets, user media, entre outros...mas vamos ver onde podemos realmente aplicar estas tecnologias!

    Utilizaremos o Power Polygon, um projeto Open Source iniciado por mim, para exemplificar, uma vez que utiliza a maioria destas tecnologias de forma bastante útil...não "apenas legal" :)

    14:45 - 15:30
    Técnicas para suportar telas de alta resolução na Web.Sérgio Lopes
    Técnicas para suportar telas de alta resolução na Web

    Telas de alta resolução? Imagens responsivas? Retina? Gráficos vetoriais? SVG, icon fonts? DPIs, viewports, device pixel ratio? Muitos termos confusos?

    Nesse tutorial prático vamos entender e trabalhar com telas de resoluções diferentes. Como adaptar seu design e suas imagens para esses contextos e dicas de como suportar os vários tipos de tela de hoje e do futuro!

    14:00 - 15:30
    Code Lab de Polymer (Web Components). Ana Carolina (Fatec), Sam Carecho (GDG[x], Open Sampa).
    Code Lab de Polymer

    Os Web Components irão mudar o modo de construir apps web em um futuro muito próximo. Em sua essência, o padrão permite que os desenvolvedores criem tags HTML reutilizáveis (ex: ). Construir esses componentes reutilizáveis não é trivial, mas tudo o que é necessário é algum conhecimento de HTML, CSS e JavaScript para mandar bala (saber um pouco sobre o que se trata "Shadow DOM" e outras especificações relacionadas, não atrapalha). O processo de normalização das especificações que compõem o Web Components ainda está sendo finalizado, mas isso não impediu que a Google e a Mozilla já tenham iniciado os esforços para a disseminação do novo padrão.

    O Polymer, projeto Open Source da Google, é um novo tipo de biblioteca para a web, que tem como alvo a plataforma web moderna, útil para a construção de aplicações web baseadas em Web Components.

    Ao contrário de alguns outros frameworks anteriores, O Polymer tenta abraçar o HTML, tanto quanto possível, incentivando a utilização de elemento customizados, sempre que possível. Ele inclui um punhado de polyfills independentes para esses padrões web emergentes (Custom Elements, Shadow DOM, etc.), que ao longo do tempo, diminuirá e finalmente desaparecerá conforme os navegadores forem implementando as APIs nativas.

    Para acompanhar o Code Lab, é necessário trazer um notebook com os seguintes softwares instalados:

    14:00 - 15:30
    Coffee Break 15:30 - 16:00
    Web's Got Talent
    video 16:00 - 18:00
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