Embrace the Browser, Architect’s Edition

EnhanceConf 2016

04. March 2016 | -

Progressive enhancement is a technique mostly known to, and practiced by, front-end developers and designers. In many large projects, the most important decisions (a.k.a. “architecture”) are made by backend architects, who couldn’t care less about frontend “details”. But they should! In this talk, I’ll try to explore some reasons how adopting the architecture of the web in general, and the capabilities of the browser in particular, improves the overall architecture.

RSA House, London
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Stefan is a founder and principal consultant at innoQ, where he spends his time alternating between advising customers on new technologies and taking the blame from his co-workers for doing so. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and author of numerous articles.

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