Your Homework...

At the October 2010 Web414 Meeting someone suggested we do a "Homework" type assignment, which if I understood it correctly, would work something like this: We assign you a topic, and your homework is to come to the next meeting and talk about it.

You don't have to be an expert on it (and if you become one in less than a month, kudos to you!) but the idea is to expose yourself to some new technology and share it with others. In my mind, even if you just read a Wikipedia page, a few blog posts, and present slides that someone else created, that may be enough.

So now the question is, will you take on the challenge? If so, pick a topic below, leave a comment claiming it, and you can introduce it to us at the November 2010 Web414 Meeting.

  • Hacking your social graph for jobs and clients.
  • Javascript libraries and screen reader accessibility.
  • Progressive Enhancement - What is it and how to use it.
  • RDF.
  • Object-oriented programming.
  • Web on mobile devices.
  • Setting up a secure, single-server, shared hosting environment. Complete w/ server-side scripting options, DB options, & a web panel. Anything from a turnkey solution to building it piece-by-piece. Would prefer a Linux stack, but a Microsoft stack would be useful too

These all come from a recent call for ideas we had. If none of these interest you, choose your own, leave a comment, and we'll give you 10-15 minutes at Web414 to share your knowledge with us... Thanks!

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