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Hi, Chris. We are here at Prismic, very happy to have you there. Could you maybe first introduce yourself?
Hello, I’m Chris. I’m a principal software developer at Microsoft, and I’m dealing with all matters web there, ‘cause I’ve been doing it for 20 years, and I love the web.
So if it’s safe for you, in your case for your product, to actually use these already and also links through the documentation of these things links through the problems that they may have and links through the W3C standard that is actually their source of truth for everything but it’s not as easy to understand. So these are the main resources that I think are a great way for people to get started. And of course look around for videos on YouTube and conference videos because all of them are available for free. Every conference spends a lot of money producing these things and giving them out, so it’s kinda weird ‘cause people watching this right now so this kinda matter. But look at these resources and make sure you look at the date as well ‘cause some of them get outdated rather quickly, but something like MDN the great thing is it’s not a Mozilla product, it’s basically an independent product that people from Microsoft, Google, Apple, Samsung, whoever is doing something on the web are contributing to that one. We realize this is the one resource. We want to keep up-to-date, so this is a great place to start.
Okay, cool. So once they have looked this knowledge, where should they start, which tool should they use?
Okay, and one last question is, what would you start with like as your first project?
Okay, cool. Well thank you very much for being there.