Next month I’ll be speaking at View Source Conference. I’ve never visited Portland, or spoken at a Mozilla event for that matter, so when I was invited I jumped at the opportunity, and I can’t wait!
My session will be focused on how to go about planning and working on a responsive retroffiting project when you’re super busy and can’t start from scratch. This was a big challenge for us when we decided to convert the fixed-width ubuntu.com into a mobile-first, responsive site, so my hope is that some of the things we learned in the process, the hard way, can be useful to other teams going through the same job.
If you’re interested in attending the event, you can grab a ticket now. And bring your questions along, I’d love to discuss this topic with other people, get some insights into how other teams work and learn a few things myself.
My husband and son are coming along, so we’ll have a few days before the conference to explore the city — any recommendations on where to go, stuff to do, where to eat, where to drink, coffee shops, weather, etc., would be greatly appreciated. We’re thinking of renting a cargo bike for a couple of days, so we’ll be relatively mobile…
It’s also our first time in the US for Halloween — although it’s not my favourite holiday, it’s going to be exciting. We have a toddler we can dress up as we please, so any costume ideas would be most welcome.