Submitted by Arno Gourdol (@arnog) on Thursday, 8 August 2013
In this session we will review the genesis of the Brackets project. Why did Adobe decide to embark on this path? What was learned along the way? How has this impacted other projects at Adobe?
Experienced with packaged web apps is useful, but not required.
Arno Gourdol leads the Web Platform and Authoring team at Adobe. Their mission is to make the web better and to build the best tools in the world for web developers and designers. Their contributions include CSS Filters, CSS Regions and exclusions, Blend Modes, Brackets, Cordova/PhoneGap, Dreamweaver and the Edge Tools & Services: Edge Code, Edge Inspect, Edge Reflow, PhoneGap Build and Edge Animate. Arno has contributed to many other projects at Adobe, including the first versions of Creative Suite. Prior to joining Adobe in 2001 he was a member of the User Interface team at Apple that conceived, designed and implemented Aqua, the user interface of Mac OS X. Arno graduated from the Grenoble University. He lives in San Francisco and enjoys traveling from Abel Tasman to Zanzibar