2019 Developer Roadshow Asia: Taipei
Mozilla Developer Roadshow is excited to join developers and web creators in Taipei at the Meet Taipei Startup Festival!
Please note that this DevRoadshow is located inside the Festival. Our DevRoadshow will be at Center Stage at Taipei Expo Dome (台北花博園區爭豔館) Attendees must show registration for the DevRoadshow to be admitted inside the Festival area
Hear from our Mozillians and friends on some of the best practices on the web platform including privacy and security guidance on building an immersive web browser, common tooling to build for virtual and augmented reality, using Firefox DevTools to learn modern CSS layouts, how Mixed Reality is reshaping everything on the web
This event is included as part of the Festival. If you are not a Festival attendee, please RSVP and have your registration proof ready to show to security.
已經巡迴於全球50多個城巿的 Mozilla Developer Roadshow (Mozilla 開發者小聚) 今年來到台北囉！ 在輕鬆的聚會中，我們將與開發人員分享許多在 Web 平台上的最佳開發實例，包含構建沉浸式Web 瀏覽器的隱私和安全指南、用於虛擬和擴增實境的通用工具、使用 Firefox DevTools 學習最新 CSS佈局、混合實境如何重塑 Web 上所有內容。
Mozilla Developer Roadshow 2019 is in Taipei at the Meet Taipei Startup Festival Center Stage at Taipei Expo Dome (台北花博園區爭豔館) to tell the story of how the web continues to democratize opportunities for developers and creators.
- 1:00pm - Check In
- 1.30pm - Opening Remarks from Mozilla Taiwan
- 1.35pm - Talks Begin with introductions and five topics
- 4.00pm - Networking Time
Speakers, Talk Descriptions and Bios
Introduction: What's New at Mozilla
Get a quick overview of what we are working on at Mozilla - from new Firefox releases to WASM and many more!
Ali Spivak is the Director of Developer Relations at Mozilla, and oversees Mozilla’s developer documentation, content, events, and community participation. She has managed MDN for 5+ years, chairs the MDN Product Advisory Board and believes in an interoperable, cross platform web. Prior to Mozilla, she managed web production at Cisco, Edmunds.com, and numerous startups.
We welcome our guest Roadshow speaker Stan Leong to join us to share the state of developers in the Asia Pacific region, and Mozilla's outreach and impact withing this region.
As the VP and General Manager of Emerging Markets, Stan Leong is responsible for growing the Emerging Markets for Mozilla by creating and launching new products, solutions and dynamic business models unique to each country and region.
Hui Jing Chen
Talk Description: Making CSS from Good to Great: The Power of Subgrid
Grid has lived up to the hype and since its release in 2017, it has been increasingly used in production, from personal sites to big name organizations like the New York Times, Sony and slate.com. Even though Grid allowed us to do many things with an ease that was not possible before, there is still room for improvement. Cue Subgrid. This feature allows nested grids to participate in the sizing of their parent grids, solving a major pain point developers faced with just Grid alone. This talk will explain how subgrid works and the use-cases it solves.
Chen Hui Jing is a self-taught designer and developer living in Singapore, with an inordinate love for CSS, as evidenced by her blog, that is mostly about CSS, and her tweets, which are largely about typography and the web. She used to play basketball full-time and launched her web career during downtime between training sessions. Hui Jing is currently a Developer Advocate for Nexmo, focusing on growing developer engagement around the APAC region.
Talk Description: Developing for Mixed Reality on the Open Web Platform
Mixed reality (including virtual and augmented reality) is a hot area of software development right now. All the major software players want to own the space and are actively trying to attract developers to their proprietary platforms. Users are reaping the benefits of this investment, but for developers, there are dark clouds gathering: platform lock-in risk, market fragmentation, and violations of user privacy. Mozilla proposes and is building a different model, one based on open standards, open-source, and user-agency over data and privacy.
This talk will discuss recent developments in MR technologies and platforms, present the open platform alternative being built at Mozilla, and showcase recent developments by the MR team at Mozilla, including the Firefox Reality VR browser, Hubs by Mozilla social VR, frameworks for content creators, and WebXR, the new W3C standard API for building MR apps that run over the web.
Philip Lamb is a Senior Research Engineering Manager with Mozilla’s Mixed Reality research group, working on virtual and augmented reality browsers and novel mixed-reality technologies. He has 20 years experience in augmented and virtual reality, alongside skills in real-time rendering, software architecture, and an academic background in robotics and perceptual psychology.
Talk Description: Learn more about Firefox Lite!
Max Liu is the Engineering Manager for Emerging Markets at Mozilla Taiwan
Talk Description: Mozilla WebThings: Manage Your Own Private Smart Home Using FOSS and Web Standards
Mozilla has built the WebThings Gateway as an open source implementation for the W3C Web of Things standard, targeting smart home applications. We will show how to set up and manage a WebThings Gateway, so you can go home and configure your own. Then you will get hands-on, and learn to make your own smart home devices (using low-cost developer boards). And finally, we will show how to connect commercial products to your home gateway, while still protecting your privacy (by keeping data local, not sending it to the cloud).
Kathy Giori is a Senior Staff Advocate at Mozilla, promoting WebThings, an open source Web of Things implementation which embodies Mozilla's values around privacy, security, and interoperability. In previous roles at Arduino.org, Qualcomm Atheros, and other startups, she has been promoting the benefits of open hardware and software, and finds that bridging open communities with industry drives faster innovation. She received her bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, and her master’s in EE from Stanford.