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  1. Tech Tips: The Myth of JavaScript Accessibility

    by Iain Furstenwerth

    Developing software is a precise process. Websites, mobile apps, you name it – you have to know the rules of the language, rules of the framework, all the minutiae. Naturally, when it comes to accessibility (a11y), engineers tend to apply what they already know – learn how to do …

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  2. Why I love Becky Gibson

    by Sharron Rush

    In her day-to-day identity, Becky Gibson is a Web accessibility architect in IBM's Emerging Technologies Group, but to me she is an accessibility super hero.   At a time when I was becoming discouraged about the future of web accessibility, Becky's work showed me a …

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  3. AccessU at CSUN 2012: Progressive Enhancement

    by Sharron Rush

    Derek Featherstone, one of the Web accessibility community's most dynamic speakers, will explain and illustrate the idea of progressive enhancement beginning at 1:30 PM on Tuesday, February 28. In this session, Derek will build upon the technical information that others have …

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