HTML5: Programming the Compute Continuum

Tue, Jan 7 2014, 7:00 pm              HTML5: Programming the Compute Continuum 1

CNSV is pleased to announce that this event being co-sponsored by the SCV Women in Engineering Affinity Group.

HTML5 is emerging as a compelling programming platform by providing rich OS-like features, high developer productivity and cross-platform reach. We are at an inflection point today, where the performance and feature advances in HTML5 technologies, combined with increasing device and OS fragmentation, are fueling the adoption of the web as a platform of choice across the compute continuum.

This talk will provide a high-level technical primer of client-side web technologies that serve as the foundation for HTML5.

HTML5: Programming the Compute Continuum 2About the speaker,  Heidi Pan, Heidi's LinkedIn Site

Heidi Pan is a Staff Engineer in the Technology Pathfinding and Innovation team in Intel’s Software and Services Group. She has been investigating and prototyping mobile and web developer technologies since September 2010.

Heidi currently leads an HTML5 runtime performance pathfinding project. She received her PhD in Computer Science from MIT for her research on parallel programming models.

Location: Agilent Technologies, Bldg. 5

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