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The Bleeding Edge of Web Technology

The Bleeding Edge of Web Technology

Let’s take a look at the cutting edge of what the Web can do. It’s not just about LOLcats and static news anymore. Eric Shepherd demonstrates how to create dynamic web applications using the latest technologies, including WebSockets. And, for the non-programmers, a few fun demos of what the web can do that you might …

Hidden Gems of the Apple IIgs Toolbox

Hidden Gems of the Apple IIgs Toolbox

The Apple IIgs Toolbox is big. Really big. It does a lot of stuff. You may know about a lot of it, but there’s stuff in there that’s not obvious. At KansasFest 2011, Eric Shepherd takes a look together at some of the interesting bits you may not have noticed. Recorded July 22, 2011 by …

Sweet16 v2.3 unveiling

Sweet16 v2.3 unveiling

Eric Shepherd of SheppyWare debuts and demonstrates v2.3 of Sweet16, the premiere Apple IIgs emulator for Mac OS X. Download Sweet16 from http://www.sheppyware.net/software-mac/sweet16/ Recorded on July 21, 2011, by Ken Gagne and made available by KansasFest, Inc., under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) Creative Commons license. https://media.blubrry.com/kfest/p/media.blubrry.com/kfestvid/p/www.kansasfest.org/wp-content/uploads/video/2011-sheppy-sweet16.mp4Podcast: Play in new window | Download …

The Bleeding Edge of Web Technology

The Bleeding Edge of Web Technology

Let’s take a look at the cutting edge of what the Web can do. It’s not just about LOLcats and static news anymore. Eric Shepherd will demonstrate how to create dynamic web applications using the latest technologies, including WebSockets. And, for the non-programmers, a few fun demos of what the web can do that you …

What?s New For iPad Programmers

What?s New For iPad Programmers

Eric Shepherd will present an overview of how programming the iPad differs from iPhone programming, with some tips on how to update existing apps for the iPad, as well as covering some of the key differences between the platforms that affect application design decisions.

KansasFest 2010 session update

KansasFest 2010 session update

The KansasFest 2010 session lineup, first posted last month, has grown to include several more presentations, courtesy several volunteers willing to offer their insights and expertise to KansasFest attendees: Stavros Karatsoridis will describe how to set up an Apple II to act as a “dumb terminal” for the Terminal application in Mac OS X. Ivan …