Christian Heilmann on The Future Prospects of HTML5 [Inspired Speaker Series]

first_imgLast week, 360i welcomed Christian Heilmann, Principal Evangelist at Mozilla, to our NYC HQ as part of our ongoing Inspired Speaker Series. The series brings together some of the brightest minds across various industries to discuss trends in the digital landscape as part of 360iU, our agency’s dedicated educational center.In his presentation, “HTML5 Beyond the Hype: Current Issues & Near-Future Solutions,” Christian provided insights into what HTML5 can do in the right dedicated environment and how Mozilla is pushing the standards with Firefox OS. Speaking to the progress of the World Wide Web over time, he discussed how HTML5 fits into its future and demonstrated how Firefox OS is helping bring the Internet to all corners of the world.Interested in learning more? Watch the screen-cast of his presentation below.If you are interested in learning more about the jobs currently available in our technology department, head on over to our careers page. We are always looking for curious people with passion, purpose and perseverance.Featured Jobs:Front End DeveloperAssociate Tech DirectorCover photo via Eway Corplast_img read more

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