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From the Sydney Port 80++ part of Web Week Oct 2009, featuring the Regional Finalists of the Australian Web Awards

showing panel connectors and port80 display.

From the Sydney Port 80++ part of Web Week Oct 2009, featuring the Regional Finalists of the Australian Web Awards

Lights at the Pyrmont Bridge Hotel.

Amazing what you get at port80

at the Port80 / mini Handheld event Nov 27th, 2013

 

@teabass

www.handheldconf.com/

From the Sydney Port 80++ part of Web Week Oct 2009, featuring the Regional Finalists of the Australian Web Awards

Taken during Port80 2014 in Newport (Photos by Paul Cornish)

Morgan Strong, Online Manager at the West Australian museum and Andrew Rowe, the developer, will talk through us through the new Maritime Archaeology Databases; 70,000 pages on the state's shipwreck history.

I'll try again Bronwen! :-)

the wiznet module (red) is a whole IP stack on a tiny board.

 

I've run the demo webserver app and it really works!

 

the grey cable is usb and used only for power (gives the circuit a nice 5v).

 

the yellow cable goes to my network switch/router. when you ping or web-connect, you can see the yellow LED blink! way cool.

 

arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/WebServer

Port 80, December 2002

From the Sydney Port 80++ part of Web Week Oct 2009, featuring the Regional Finalists of the Australian Web Awards

This is me I work on the web even on the way to work on the bus each morning, you can't see the MBP on my lap or the HSDPA wireless modem that keeps me connected. So I can get emails. twitters and feeds before work.

 

I starting working in the web in 1997, because work need somebody who knew something about the web and I was the only volunteer. At that time I have been writing reviews and taking photos for a local music "webzine" (today it would be called a blog) for 2 years, providing support for work's online app (REVS online started in 1996) and even creating the odd personal webpage using HTML. I got the job of a temporary basis and never really left. Except to visit the State Library on loan for 3 months, that was 15 months ago and I am still there.

 

I consider myself a front end developer, HTML, CSS and a little javascript is my forte Over the last 10 years I have done a lot of different things, design, backend development, sys admin. Literally anything involved in the web I have done, though not necessarily well.

 

I am active in the local web community, Port80, BarCamp and others. I will get up and talk on various subjects including HTML forms, Accessibility or mobile web. Which for some reason has got me known as the Perth expert on mobile websites (though I have not built a real one yet)

My sketchnotes from the nice port80 talk August 2012

This is me. I work on the web.

 

I not only work on the web, I sometimes feel like I completely live on it: so it's only natural that I feel so strongly about keeping it free from bad usability, bad accessiblity and general ugliness!

 

I've worked on building the web for the past 9 years, the last 12 months in my own business with my wonderful partner Dave, doing front end and back end code as well as all the usual things that small business owners take care of - in fact, everything *except* design.

 

One thing I've found with running my own show is that even though their budgets are smaller, I really like working with small operations: getting to meet varied and interesting people who are out there doing their own thing too, and work on projects that can make a real difference to their businesses.

 

Geeking out with like-minded people is really important, so I rarely miss a Port80 meetup and am on the AWIA and WA Web Awards committees. Hanging out in Sydney with the rest of the Perth Posse during Web Directions is one of the geekiest and coolest things that happens all year.

 

This post is for the "I work on the web" meme, brought to you by the wonderful Lisa: this was an awesome idea. Check out the other web workers.

Dunno why the quotes are the wrong way round

Big Data - Ed Williams sketchnote Port80 Perth Apr 2013

 

Yes there was lots if food just it was little late coming out

Web Accessibility - Vivienne Conway sketchnote

Taken during Port80 2014 in Newport (Photos by Paul Cornish)

Myles is stunned, No questions! What! you will ask questions

Taken during Port80 2014 in Newport (Photos by Paul Cornish)

playing with the nightflash, shortly before fono did his pervasive gaming talk at port80

Taken during Port80 2014 in Newport (Photos by Paul Cornish)

Taken during Port80 2014 in Newport (Photos by Paul Cornish)

On the way to semi port80, from work - Wellington St. Photo by ryan

Taken during Port80 2014 in Newport (Photos by Paul Cornish)

An amazing presentation on Intimacy & Information from Peter Webb at

Sydney Port 80.

From the Sydney Port 80++ part of Web Week Oct 2009, featuring the Regional Finalists of the Australian Web Awards

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