A11y stands for accessibility and guaranteeing it to all users. Especially on the web, this includes not only accessibility in the classical sense, but also overcoming language barriers and a user interface that can be easily operated by anyone.

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A Barcamp lives from its participants, because (almost) nothing is prepared and everyone can bring in topics for an own session. Since the Corporate Blog Barcamp took place for the first time, I was very excited about which participants would be there and which topics would be found in the sessions.

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We already wrote about the benefits of working remotely. But there are some dangers, too. In this post we’re going to describe them and how to become rid of them.

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