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Devs Alive: Do the Five

A lightning talk presented at DevNQ: turns out that the water safety and drowning prevention program Kids Alive: Do the Five has actually be teaching IT security all these years.

Slides PDF: https://github.com/davidjb/2019-devnq-devs-alive/raw/master/slides-web.pdf

Setup

yarn
yarn start

This starts the presentation server at http://localhost:8080 and automatically opens a browser.

Creating a PDF

yarn pdf

Look for the .pdf file in the current directory. To optimise the file for the web:

brew install ghostscript
yarn optimise-pdf

Stack

  • yarn
  • reveal.js
  • live-server (for serving/reloading on changes)
  • decktape (for creating PDFs from the slides)
  • GhostScript (for optimising the PDF output)
  • Devs Alive logo created by https://logojoy.com (click Share and extract SVG from page)
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