My slides from my Techweek Chicago presentation are going to be published live (wifi permitting) during the talk. Once that happens, you can check them out at johnpolacek.github.io/open-source-for-fame-and-fortune . The presentation was built on top of a new html presentation framework I just started working on. It is called TweenDeck, and it is built on top of the Greensock Animation Platform. If you know what you are doing in Greensock, and understand how to build a Timeline animation, then you will find it super easy to use. It is a bit time intensive, as you have to handcode a lot of animations, but what you wind up with is a pretty slick preso. In addition to building presentations, I could see it being used to create things like product demos and animated stories in the browser.
As a followup, below are some additional resources related to what I talked about in the session.
Open Source Resources
- Git tutorials
- The Pro Git Book
- Github Pages Docs for making project pages
- Producing Open Source Software by Karl Fogel
- Easily keep gh-pages in sync with master by Lea Verou
- Lots of tutorials on Git and Github
- Github: From Zero to Hero by me