Developers Track

This is a track by Web developers, for Web developers. The audience will be highly technical and expecting to see new trends and interesting ideas, code and APIs of emerging applications, platforms and standards.  It will be held from April 9th and 10th, 2014 in Seoul, Korea. We hope to bring the Industry track to a new height that will serve as a key attraction for WWW 2014 and deliver meaningful impact to the World Wide Web community.

Keynote Speakers

Steve Willmott, CEO of 3Scale
Steven_WillmottSteven Willmott co-founded 3scale and serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Steven was previously the research director of one of the leading European research groups in Europe on distributed systems and Artificial Intelligence at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain. He brings 10 years of technical experience in Web Services, Semantic Web, network technology and the management of large-scale international R&D teams.

Daniel Davis, W3C
Daniel works for the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) and his responsibilities are split between a marketing and communications role, and a technical, team contact role. Previously he worked as part of the Developer Relations team at Opera Software in Tokyo where he created HTML5 examples and articles, gave presentations and talks about the Web and represented Opera at events and in interviews.

Featured Speakers

Arnaud  Le Hors, IBM
Arnaud  Le Hors has been working on open standards and open source for close to 20 years. Former team member of the W3C he is currently responsible for Linked Data standards at IBM. Arnaud chairs the W3C Linked Data Platform WG and OASIS OSLC Core TC. He’s been involved in several key web standards, including HTML, DOM, and XML, as well as open source projects like Xerces.

Andy Sterland, Micorosoft
Andy Sterland Bio Pic
Andy Sterland is a Program Manager in the Windows & IE Developer Tools group where he works on tooling for web developers. Currently Andy is the program manager for the inspection and debugging tools in F12 and recently drove the design for the overhaul of the tools for IE11.

Karl Dubost, Mozilla
Karl Dubost has worked with the Web since its inception. After W3C, Opera Software, he is now working for Mozilla in the Web Compatibility team to make the Web usable on any devices.


April 9th. (Wendsday)

14:00~15:30 Keynotes

Session chair: Channy Yun, Daum Communications Corp.

  1.  API strategy and best practices for developers
    Steven Willmott, CEO of 3Scale
  2. The status of Living HTML
    Daniel Davis, W3C Tokyo

16:30~18:00 Browser built-in Developer Tools
Session chair: Channy Yun, Daum Communications Corp.

  1. Top tips & tricks for debugging the web with the F12 developer tools in IE11
    Andy Sterland, Microsoft
  2. Web developement tools for Firefox
    Karl Dubost , Mozilla Corp
  3. Testsuite and harness for browser based editing
    Dave Raggett, W3C
April 10th. (Thursday)
11:00~12:30 Linked Data for developers

Session chair: Alejandro Jaimes, Yahoo Labs

  1. Overview of W3C Linked Data Platform (LDP)
    Arnaud Le Hors, Steve Speicher (IBM)
  2. A programmable Wiki for exploiting the Linked Data
    Pavel Arapov(I3S), Michel Buffa(University of Nice), Amel Ben Othmane(INRIA)
  3. ROSeAnn: Taming Online Semantic Annotators
    Luying Chen, Stefano Ortona, Giorgio Orsi, Michael Benedikt (University of Oxford)
14:00~15:30 Researches on Web-based frameworks

Session chair: Alejandro Jaimes, Yahoo Labs

  1. A library for Spotting Cross Language Relations in Polyglot frameworks
    Federico Tomassetti(Politecnico di Torino), Giuseppe Rizzo(Università degli studi di Torino), Raphael Troncy(EURECOM)
  2. A Voice-Controlled Web Browser to Navigate Hierarchical Hidden Menus of Web Pages in a Smart-TV Environment
    Sungjae Han, Geunseong Jung, Minsoo Ryu, Byung-Uk Choi, Jaehyuk Cha (Hanyang University)
  3. Relevant Change Detection: A Framework for the Precise Extraction of Modified and Novel Web-based Content as a Filtering Technique for Analysis Engines
    Kevin Borgolte, Christopher Kruegel, Giovanni Vigna (UC Santa Barbara)

Developers Track Co-Chairs