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26 October 2015
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When: October 7, 2015

Where: Kapitein Zeppos, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

No Fronteers conference would be the same without the Jam Session to kick things off the night before. That is why a lot of developers apply to talk at Jam and are very happy when they are chosen.

We thrilled to announce that two of our talks are accepted to a program of a six year tradition of Jam Session.

More information about the event could be found on it's official web page.

Rebuild your own React by Sergey Berezhnoy

vidom is a React-inspired library for building web interfaces. In his talk Sergey will talk about the basic ideas behind it, like speed, lightweight and simplicity. Furthermore, this talk is about the process of reassembling things as a method to understand them deeply.

Declarative templates for HTML by Vladimir Grinenko

We all love declarativeness of CSS. Why not to use same approach for HTML templates as well? Vladimir will share the experience they've got at Yandex.

Speakers' biography

Sergey Berezhnoy, a web developer in Yandex since 2005. Developed such Yandex services as Search, Mail, Blog Search, Yandex blogging platform, Video. Along with service development codes internal tools for web development.

Vladimir Grinenko, the head of BEM development team. HTML/CSS/JS-professional. BEM-addict. Answers BEM questions 24/7. Outside Yandex runs his own web development agency, consults projects and helps them stay healthy and wealthy with BEM.

Follow @bem_en for updates and live tweets.

Hopefully, there will be video available after the conference that we can share with you.

Stay BEMed!

mursya
mursya
14 May 2015
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You Gotta Love Frontend When: June 8 — 9, 2015

Where: The Cameri Theatre of Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel

You Gotta Love Frontend is the first international conference of its kind to be held in Israel.

More information about the event could be found on it's official web page.

There is quite a bunch of brilliant speakers including Douglas Crockford as well as interesting talks.

BEM — Build ‘em Modular!

We are more than happy to participate with a talk and be a part of the first international conference of its kind to be held in Israel.

Abstract

Every web developer, designer or manager who supports huge project or tryes to reuse some parts of HTML + CSS anywhere else sooner or later will face with the same issues and most likely come to the idea of componentized web. It's rather popular now and was even described as a W3C standard Web Components.

But how exactly new are the new ideas and how useful is its realization?

In the frontend world since Internet Explorer 5.5 a lot of developers know and use BEM methodology that was created to solve exactly the same problems. During years of use it formed its own huge ecosystem that includes technologies, tools, libraries and active community. It is built and developed by developers within Yandex and outside that use it everywhere both in small such as promo page for a cat and high loaded projects such as Yandex services and Mail.ru. They are well aware of the problems that developers face.

During our talk we start from the beginning that covers CSS and design and will go on as far as you would wish to.

Speakers' biography

Vladimir Grinenko, the head of BEM development team. HTML/CSS/JS-professional. BEM-addict. Answers BEM questions 24/7. Outside Yandex runs his own web development agency, consults projects and helps them stay healthy and wealthy with BEM.

Yelena Jetpyspayeva, BEM Developer Relations Specialist. Helps BEM team with coordination of an open source activity inside and outside Yandex and the community making sure everyone is happy with BEM. Outside Yandex volunteers for open source and helps developers run developer events. Dreamer of the better web and believer in true power of open source.

Follow @bem_en for updates and live tweets.

Hopefully, there will be video available after the conference that we can share with you.

Stay BEMed!

mursya
mursya
5 September 2013
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When: May 23 — 26, 2014

Where: Lord Somers Camp, Victoria, Australia

CampJS III is a weekend-long hack-retreat with JavaScript developers, that takes place biannually in Australia.

More information about the event could be found on it's official web page.

There is quite a bunch of brilliant speakers and mentors as well as interesting talks, practical workshops and sessions together with panel discussions.

BEM for JS

Vladimir Grinenko photo for CampJS III

We are more than happy to participate with a talk and be a part of a panel discussion.

Abstract

Introducing BEM Block Libraries — a set of blocks build on top of same ideas that inspired Web Components creators but long long time ago. Being developed in 2008 by Yandex, Russian Search Engine, they are very helpful in building websites fast and flexible. Why so? Because of the years of experience put in them while working in large rapidly changing services.

Unfortunately it is very well known only here in Russia and ex-Soviet countries, where, thanks to Harry Roberts and Nicolas Gallagher, so-called BEM CSS is spread far ahead in the rest of the world. With this talk we aim to share what we have in BEM Methodology to cover JS coding with and introduce Australian developers to a new chapter in BEM, partly not always easy to understand, open-sourced and handy for maintaining complexity of web development you could grow in.

Speaker's biography

Vladimir Grinenko is a web developer with more than 10 years of front-end experience and a deep expertise in HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. He works for Yandex, Russian Search engine, and leads a team that develops BEM technologies. He also evangelizes a lot both in Russian and English and gives live coding sessions as well as maintains and contributs to few opensource projects. His area of speaking experience includes such topics as BEM technologies, large scale web sites architecture, modular front-end applications development, etc.

Follow @bem_en for updates and live tweets.

Hopefully, there will be video available after the conference that we can share with you.

Stay BEMed!

mursya
mursya
11 February 2013
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BEM as a way of front-end development and BEM as a set of technical solutions, being tested in Yandex, bem-tools, history of development and introduction as well as a lot more are such areas of experience and expertise that BEM team brought on stage during last few years of conference talks in Russia, CIS and Europe. Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Kiev, Minsk, Riga, Amsterdam. Ya.Subbotnik, YaC, RIT, WebConf, Fronteers.

Very soon indeed we will open up a new part of the world for us, new country, new experience area. We are going to talk about BEM at Meta Refresh 2013 in India that will take place in Bangalore on Feb 22-23, 2013.

Meta Refresh is a conference on the construction of user experience on the web. It's one of the biggest front-end conference in South-East Asia that brought together more than 20 tech talks last year that were dedicated to practical experience of tools and technologies.

The 2013 edition is about letting go. It’s about learning the skills necessary to build experiences which cannot possibly exist in any medium apart from the internet. The conference is about to bring together professionals not only from South-East Asia but from Australia, USA, Switzerland. Conference will showcase people who have a deep understanding of what the internet is and what it can be: people who have built experiences and can tell you what they have learnt.

BEM team will be among them. In her presentation Varya Stepanova will talk about our way of front-end development, how and for what reasons BEM was created, why BEM way of development, in our point of view, is the easiest and cheapest way, what are the benefits of BEM development.

While preparing for the conference we publish material that might be interesting and useful to you: Starting your own BEM project.

Video preview that we were asked to make while preparing to Meta Refresh 2013.

Varya Stepanova is a front-end engineer working for Yandex in Moscow since 2008. She is the Lead Developer of the UI Framework Team which provides HTML, CSS and Javascript components used to build over 100 different Yandex services. She participates in the BEM project (https://en.bem.info) which is open-sourcing technologies behind Yandex UI framework. When she is not coding, she is interested in travel and new cities. She dreams of visiting every country in the world.

Stay BEMed!

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