JS question? Ask Mozilla’s expert panel

Ask MDN is a new initiative that I’m working on at Mozilla. It’s an event that will happen on Twitter for 1 hour each week, allowing developers like us to ask questions to a hand-picked panel of experts. Every week the focus will be on a different topic related to Web development, and there will also be a different panel each week.

We’ve got some amazing panellists this week, including JS game engine developers Dominic Szablewski (Impact) and Rob Evans (Isogenic). (You may recognise a couple of other panelists too  )

The first Ask MDN is on HTML5 gaming and creative JavaScript, and it starts at 6pm BST (UK time) today, Friday July the 29th. (In 1.5 hours!)

Find out more on the Mozilla Hacks blog.

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About Rob Hawkes

Rob (@robhawkes) thrives on solving problems through code. He’s addicted to visual programming, and can’t get enough of HTML5 canvas. Most of his waking life is spent working on crazy projects involving all sorts of new and exciting technologies, both on-line and off. Aside from his practical work, Rob is the author of Foundation HTML5 Canvas, which is all about making games with the new Web technology. He works for Mozilla as a Technical Evangelist, which puts him in the fortunate position of being able to work on his hobbies full time and still feed himself.