Seems like yesterday when I decided to move from this huge company based in Rio to this not-so-well-known company based in LA. That was not an easy decision, but I’m glad I made it.
Now, two years after that day, here I am to share some of the things I learned.
"I don't read books, never went to school, I just read other people's code and always wonder how things work" — TJ Holowaychuk
During this year I've been doing talks about Web Components in many places. This one was special because it was in my first time in Warsaw, Poland on this really awesome event called Front Trends.
Slides are now available on SpeakerDeck and the video is on Vimeo.
Two weeks ago I was in San Francisco for SFHTML5. This meetup was all about Polymer and I gave a talk called "Web Components: a chance to create the future".
Slides are now available on SpeakerDeck and the video is on YouTube.
It all started 7 months ago in October, 2013 with a new organization on GitHub called
WebComponentsOrg. Googlers from the Polymer/Chrome team, along with some great folks from Mozilla’s X-Tag/Brick, as well as other Web Components community members (like me) had been cooking up a vision for a simple, neutral site/community devoted to encouraging good best practices for Web Components.
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