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SVG Immersion: The Anything and Everything SVG Podcast

SVG Immersion is a podcast that empowers you to passively learn SVG. Each episode is a deep dive in to one SVG concept, designed to supplement and reinforce difficult concepts. The podcast also features conversations with thought leaders in the SVG space discussing what tools and techniques they use, how they'd explain a particular SVG concept if they were teaching a friend, and one free, but valuable resource, they can offer to help you learn SVG.
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Jun 15, 2015

Conversation with Rachel Smith...

Rachel started building for the web just 5 years ago, when she started out by making Flash banners for an advertising agency. Now she animates interfaces with CSS and JavaScript and also builds APIs and backend applications with Node.js. She currently builds all the websites for the good folks at Active Theory

 
Show Links
 
Rachel Smith’s Blogs & Twitter
 
2013 the year of javascript article
 
Sarah Drasner–Weighing SVG Animation Techniques (with Benchmarks)
 
Cubic Bezier animation rubber band effect
http://panda.network/
 
Active Theory
http://activetheory.net/work 
 
PenguinCurling - multi-device curling game part of the Coca-Cola AHH campaign

 
http://www.ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.com/
 

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Jun 3, 2015

Conversation with Dudley Storey, a. A teacher of more than 15 years, Dudley is the author of the book: Pro CSS3 Animation, an editor for Smashing Magazine, and the author of the blog http://demosthenes.info/ where he talks about web design and development with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and–our favorite–SVG.

 

Show Links
 
Dudley’s WEB Developer Reading List–Intro To SVG
 
Pro CSS3 Animation
 
Jen Simmons–Web Ahead Podcast Interview w/Doug Schepers

 

Music Attributions:

Loop Freesky–dEbE: http://www.freesound.org/people/bebeto/sounds/554/

frankum: http://www.freesound.org/people/frankum/sounds/237581/ (adapted with vocals by Nico Dotti)

notembug-Epic Tribal Drums: http://www.freesound.org/people/notembug/sounds/264284/

 

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