A11y on the back end

Presented at NDC Melbourne 2 years ago

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About the talk

While accessibility is frequently talked about and measured in terms of end-user "front end", there is almost no discussion about what accessibility looks like on the "back end".

As a career back-end developer who not only cares about making "better software", but also about "making software" better, I went on a voyage of discovery about how we can make the back end of software more inclusive.



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Samuel Levy is a software architect, developer and consultant.

He owns and operates Determined Development, a small web development and consulting company operating out of Brisbane, Australia.

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