Announcing Nicole Sullivan, Bram Stein, Stoyan Stefanov
Welcome three more awesome speakers to this year’s line-up: Nicole Sullivan, Bram Stein and Stoyan Stefanov will speak at CSSconf EU in September in Berlin, and we can not wait to see them on stage!
Nicole Sullivan, initiator of CSSconf US and pushing progress in the CSS communities for many years, currently works as a full stack developer at Pivotal Labs. In her talk “Obnoxiously slow end points” she will introduce CSS techniques that make a site seem faster to the user. The talk will cover topics like non-blocking design, designing for intermediate states and testing your designs with slowness in mind.
Bram Stein is an engineer working on web font serving, type rendering and other web type related features for Adobe Typekit. His talk “The State of Web Typography” explores advanced web typography and dives deep into the current state of browser support for kerning, hyphenation, justification, and OpenType features.
Stoyan Stefanov is a speaker, author and engineer working for Facebook. In his talk “Lessons learned from building a CSS minifier” he will discuss the state of currently available CSS parsers and introduce you to a new open-source CSS minifier.
All details and more speaker announcements coming up soon on our website and our Twitter.
The last ticket batch for CSSconf EU 2014 goes on sale on Tuesday, July 22, 10am CEST.