Since 2016 I’m giving talks at various events, mainly WordPress meetups and WordCamps. While the majority of my talks is in German, my first language, I’ve had the opportunity to give talks in English as well. You can find these below, a list of my German talks can be found on my German website.
Feel free to reach out to me via e-mail or the social networks (see top of page) if you would like to have me speaking at your event. The topics I’m mostly speaking about are CSS, Gutenberg and Performance Optimization.
How Subgrid enhances CSS Grid
CSS Grid has been around for over two years in major browsers. While it’s amazing to work with, there’s still room for improvement. Currently, only direct child elements of a container can be placed with CSS Grid.
With Subgrid, you can bring the defined grid another level down. This enhances the feature of CSS Grid even further. In this talk, I want to show you the possibilities that Subgrid creates.
CSS Grid in the wild
Since CSS Grid was introduced in modern browsers in 2017, developers finally are able to create complex layouts with less code. CSS Grid works a bit differently than the CSS frameworks developers are used to, so there’s a learning curve to get it. In this talk I want to show some examples how to use CSS Grid on websites, including either support or fallback layouts for Internet Explorer 10 and 11. Because this shouldn’t be an excuse anymore not to use CSS Grid today!
How to survive a WordCamp (or any conference) as an introvert
An introverted person enjoys and recovers from spending time alone and being surrounded by silence. But attending a WordCamp or another conference means: lots of people, lots of noise. I’m sharing some tips how to attend such an event and fulfill the needs of an introvert at the same time.
WordCamp Europe 2016 | 25th June 2016