On the final day we dive into the Server: Node, Hardware and more!
On Day Two we dive into the Browser and related technologies.
Kicking things off with the first ever CascadiaCSS!
Get ready for CSS Layer Tennis at CascadiaCSS, a game and collaborative art project to explore creative coding with CSS.
ICS calendars for all of CascadiaFest 2015
Always wanted to play with IoT but never knew where to start? Here’s your chance! Hackster.io is coming to Cascadia to run a hardware workshop and teach you everything you need to know about the basics.
What to pack, how to get here and more.
Meet Appium, the Selenium-compatible automation server for iOS and Android. Learn how to automate testing your mobile, hybrid and native applications on these platforms, real devices or simulators, in this session.
We are excited to announce a new workshop which will be get your ramped up on building Node.js applications and getting them deployed to the cloud.
We are excited to provide subsidized child care for parents attending CascadiaFest.
We are excited to announce that this year we are working with some wonderful companies and organizations to offer the first-ever Workshop Track at CascadiaFest.
Alan Mooiman is a front-end developer currently residing in New York, but soon to be a bonafide Cascadian in Portland, OR. He'll be speaking at CascadiaCSS about how the future of CSS will let us write CSS without being dependent on preprocessors.
By popular demand, this year CascadiaFest is introducing a Friends and Family Track for the very first time.
Ricardo Vazquez is a UI/UX Designer at Mozilla. He’ll be speaking at CascadiaCSS about delighting users with microinteractions.
Introducing Ben, who will tell us all about what happens when a Coffeescript-powered robot becomes a member of your development team at CascadiaJS: Browser Day.
Introducing Jana Beck - an engineer at Tidepool, where they're trying to reduce the burden of type 1 diabetes through data technology. At CascadiaJS: Browser Day, she will talk about the tools you need to make complex data visualizations sing and dance.
Gonto is a tech nerd who loves OSS, JS, meat and a good beer in that order. At his CascadiaFest talk, we'll learn how to add authentication to a SPA with a live coding session in which we'll go from a regular SPA to a fully secured one with JWTs.
Shay Howe is a designer and front-end developer at Belly in Chicago, IL. He'll be speaking at CascadiaCSS about sharing modular HTML and CSS components through a service-based architecture.
Jeff Lembeck is a developer at Filament Group and a full-on coffee-roasting Seattleite. He'll be speaking at CascadiaCSS about using design principles to create great developer tools.
Gregor Adams is a front-end developer and architect at SINNERSCHRADER in Munich, Germany. He'll be speaking at CascadiaCSS about building fractals with CSS.
As a way of introducing our astonishing array of speakers, they have kindly agreed to answer a few questions for us. Here is David Catuhe ('a 3D addict since the prehistoric age of computing'), who will show us how to do awesome 3D with nothing more than a modern browser!