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D3 and Data Visualization ft. Ian Johnson - JSJ 507


Ian Johnson is a former Google UX engineer and data visualization engineer with ObservableHQ building data visualizations with JavaScript. He works on both the tools and the visualizations built with D3 on the web. He discusses how to use tools like D3 to tell a story using your data.

Panel
  • Dan Shappir
  • Steve Edwards
Guest
  • Ian Johnson
Sponsors
  • Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)
  • Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial
  • Dev Influencers Accelerator
Links
  • Observable
  • Drawing with Data
  • Scales / Observable Plot
  • Twitter: Ian Johnson ( @enjalot )
Picks
  • Dan- Apple’s Browser Engine Ban Is Holding Back Web App Innovation – The New Stack
  • Ian- Bret Victor, beast of burden
  • Ian- For Example
  • Ian- Bret Victor - Inventing on Principle - YouTube
  • Steve- Dad Jokes on Instagram
  • Steve- Dad Jokes by Pubity

Contact Dan:

  • GitHub: Dan Shappir ( DanShappir )
  • LinkedIn: Dan Shappir
  • Twitter: Dan Shappir ( @DanShappir )

Contact Steve:

  • Twitter: Steve Edwards ( @wonder95 )
  • GitHub: Steve Edwards ( wonder95 )
  • LinkedIn: Steve Edwards

Special Guest: Ian Johnson.

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 2021-11-02  59m