Association for Women in Computing
Next Meeting: DHTML, Developing Tomorrow's Web Sites Today!
Many of us have used HTML or at least heard of using HTML for website development - the well known industry standard. But now, look out HTML, DHTML is coming to town! Dynamic HTML is evolving into a set of Internet technologies that lets developers combine the power of HTML, Java and scripting languages to make impressive leaps in functionality. Some new benefits and improvements include:
Join us at the next Association for Women in Computing, Puget Sound chapter event, and learn about DHTML. Enrich your awareness and knowledge by attending the Introduction to Dynamic HTML program. Learn how you can use it to make your web sites and web applications richer and more interactive.
April's speaker, Sara Williams is the lead program manager for Microsoft's Internet
Explorer, where she is responsible for layout and rendering. Before joining
the Internet Explorer team, Sara worked in Microsoft's Developer Relations Group,
where she managed a team of evangelists who helped key software developers
implement solutions based on Microsoft technologies. Prior to joining Microsoft
in 1991, Sara earned a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science/Math from the
University of Puget Sound.
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Puget Sound Chapter meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month except
for the months of July, August and December, in which no meeting is held.
The location of the meeting rotates between Seattle, Bellevue, and South Seattle
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