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ImageCon2018: Toward Excellence in Interactive Visual Media

On April 12, 2018, Cloudinary hosted its second annual ImageCon conference, which brought together more than 200 professionals from developers to architects to designers to executives. We had two main goals for this year’s ImageCon: shine a light on interactive media through presentations by leading industry experts and foster an open exchange of media-related best practices and ideas among the attendees.

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New York Magazine on Creating Graphics for the Web

We continue our ImageCon 2018 Speaker Series with Amy Cheng, a web developer for New York Magazine, a site with more than 11 million monthly unique visitors. We’re so pleased to have Amy join the speaker line-up on April 12 and can’t wait for her presentation, “Drawing a Circle Three Ways: Generating Graphics for the Web.” In the following post, Amy shares her thoughts on what key graphics trends are next and what’s changed most over the last few years.

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Eat, Sleep, Drink Interactive Media? Us too. Join us at ImageCon 2018.

Great images and video engage users. And great content can be the difference between success and failure. As a developer, you probably spend not an insignificant amount of time creating, manipulating and optimizing your media to ensure a powerful user experience. The path to engaging content is much more than resizing and formatting. The journey requires good insights and strong data to drive decisions about user consumption. We launched ImageCon for developers and creators like you. Our aim is to host a day where we can come together on all things digital media and learn from other innovative developers and creators who will share their tips, tricks and tools for managing images, video and other forms of media.

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Mastering the Pivot

By Dom Sagolla
Mastering the Pivot

For 48 hours, over a hundred strangers worked together to form over twenty great teams to demonstrate shared ideas in working form. Our theme for the event was The Pivot, as we approach an inflection point in the tech community from a so-called “broligarchy” to a more representative culture. This was Developer Camp’s 10th Anniversary event, and we brought together our most diverse group of participants ever:

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forLoop: Nigeria Event on Building for The Next Billion Users

TL;DR

Since Google shared their intent for the next billion internet users, some African developers thought this was pointing right at them and they needed to act fast. The mission to bring the next billion users from Africa to the internet kicked off a storm of enthusiasm. This community event turned into a success story and this is a summary of what happened.

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ImageCon17: Delivering Responsive Images

By Jason Grigsby

It took nearly four years, four proposed standards, the formation of a community group, and a funding campaign to pay for development, but we finally got what we've been clamoring for—a solution for responsive images baked into browsers. Now the hard work begins.

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