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JSConf Hawaiʻi 2019

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A two day, single-track conference dedicated to web development, JavaScript and building a community.

February 7th + 8th 2019 in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi.

Publicado en: Tecnología
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JSConf Hawaiʻi 2019

  1. 1. Frances Coronel (with Mina Markham, Trish Ang, Albert Treat & Jonathan Chang featuring) February 21, 2019 1 JSCONF HAWAII
  2. 2. JSCONF Series
  3. 3. https://jsconf.com/
  4. 4. Background Story
  5. 5. Social Media
  6. 6. Speakers
  7. 7. Talks
  8. 8. 1. HI and AI 2. How to cheat at life, with JavaScript, computer vision, and augmented reality 3. Offline p2p mapping 4. The Immersive Web in 2019 5. The browser as a modular, networked video synthesizer 6. Collaborative remote design working sessions 7. Back to the future of JS II: Beyond what we can foresee 8. I Can Babel Macros (and So Can You!) 9. Adopting TypeScript at Scale 10. A Cartoon Quest: New Adventures for WebAssembly 11. Bubble Up your Node.js I/O 12. Embedding V8 in the real world 1. How to Make Your Website Not Ugly: Basic UX for Programmers 2. Witchy Algorithms: Writing Code to Calculate the Phases of the Moon 3. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Guide to Color Theory 4. JavaScript is AsynchroWAT? 5. What Tamagotchis can teach you about ES6 generators 6. Hitting performance goals for the biggest Mobile JS App at Facebook 7. LIVE Podcast Panel discussion hosted by JS Party 8. Navigating Unconscious Bias: a tool-based approach to reprogramming our biases 9. How to Fail at Accessibility 10. Where did all my servers go? 11. GraphQL, the Domain Way 12. Building up the Electron Project: Team and Community Engineering Talk Titles
  9. 9. Top 3 Favorites
  10. 10. 1. HI and AI 2. How to cheat at life, with JavaScript, computer vision, and augmented reality 3. Offline p2p mapping 4. The Immersive Web in 2019 5. The browser as a modular, networked video synthesizer 6. Collaborative remote design working sessions 7. Back to the future of JS II: Beyond what we can foresee 8. I Can Babel Macros (and So Can You!) 9. Adopting TypeScript at Scale 10. A Cartoon Quest: New Adventures for WebAssembly 11. Bubble Up your Node.js I/O 12. Embedding V8 in the real world 1. How to Make Your Website Not Ugly: Basic UX for Programmers 2. Witchy Algorithms: Writing Code to Calculate the Phases of the Moon 3. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Guide to Color Theory 4. JavaScript is AsynchroWAT? 5. What Tamagotchis can teach you about ES6 generators 6. Hitting performance goals for the biggest Mobile JS App at Facebook 7. LIVE Podcast Panel discussion hosted by JS Party 8. Navigating Unconscious Bias: a tool-based approach to reprogramming our biases 9. How to Fail at Accessibility 10. Where did all my servers go? 11. GraphQL, the Domain Way 12. Building up the Electron Project: Team and Community Engineering Top Three (IMO)
  11. 11. Collaborative remote design working sessions https://twitter.com/fvcproductions/st atus/1093622528646381569
  12. 12. Adopting TypeScript at Scale https://twitter.com/fvcproductions/st atus/1093668152892841984
  13. 13. How to Fail at Accessibility https://twitter.com/fvcproductions/st atus/1094028031096569856
  14. 14. Rating
  15. 15. Pros It's Hawaii????!!! Friendly atmosphere/great food & excursions They cared about diversity (lots of gender diversity) Great Slack representation Trish/Mina/Albert/Jonathan were there Cons Some talks were a bit boring Most of these notable people knew each other - networking is hard Not as much racial diversity No Hawaiian speakers No talks on PWAs (lol) Solid Conf! 👍
  16. 16. Still curious?
  17. 17. Thank You! 31 For more useful information, follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/fvcproductions

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