Sessions

JSUnconf 2016 – Mood Film

JSUnconf 2016 – Mood Film

7 months ago
Get a peek into the JSUnconf 2016, the annual unconference for JavaScript. For the third time, about 400 people from all over the world came together for two days in Hamburg to discuss new trends and give spontaneous talks. 2016.jsunconf.eu/ What makes JSUnconf so awesome? You! Everybody can propose a talk. Everybody votes for the […]
Christoph Reinartz: Project Ironman – JSUnconf 2016

Christoph Reinartz: Project Ironman – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Slides: speakerdeck.com/creinartz/project-ironman-large-scale-css-refactoring-at-trivago-jsunconf-edition Large Scale CSS Refactoring at trivago Keeping technical debt low while developing a CSS base on a large scale project is a tough challenge. Even more exciting is to refactor existing CSS / frontend foundations which became cluttered. Running into consistency issues between code and design which slow down the development of user […]
Ole Michaelis: Whirlwind Tour through the HTTP2 Spec – JSUnconf 2016

Ole Michaelis: Whirlwind Tour through the HTTP2 Spec – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Slides: slidr.io/nesQuick/whirlwind-tour-through-the-http2-spec The Hypertext Transfer Protocol, which powers the modern web, has come a long way since its first version HTTP V0.9 in 1991 and with the final release of the Version 2 (HTTP2) specification at the beginning of 2015 a whole next chapter of web development is ahead of us! After a quick tour […]
Emanuel Kluge: Go Offline with Service Workers – JSUnconf 2016

Emanuel Kluge: Go Offline with Service Workers – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Slides: docs.google.com/presentation/d/1crh5m2aDdZPAL07Zo1FtuAliwwghW6FMOEtXviA_BZo/edit Service Workers are a great way to persist data in the browser cache for offline usage & faster load times. I will give an introduction, point out what it tries to do better than previous solutions and show different ways of using it, depending on the type of data to serve.
Lian Li: Machine Learning with Node.js – JSUnconf 2016

Lian Li: Machine Learning with Node.js – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Slides: slidr.io/Chimney42/machine-learning-with-synaptic In this talk, I’ll be telling you about: * how neural networks do their magic * how I implemented a simple neural network * how to check the performance of the algorithm * how to tackle the error rate
Alexander Pinnecke: Automate Everything – JSUnconf 2016

Alexander Pinnecke: Automate Everything – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Slides: apinnecke.github.io/deployment-talk/ Did you ever want to achieve super simple test cycles, deployments and serving for front- and backend projects? In this talk I’m gonna show you how this can work with tools like Docker, a CI Server and Kubernetes – and how this works out in a production/staging environment integration. Experiences, tips, ideas, discussion. […]
Martin Schuhfuss: Welcome to 3D – JSUnconf 2016

Martin Schuhfuss: Welcome to 3D – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
An Introduction to WebGL Introductions Slides: slides.com/martinschuhfuss/jsunconf-welcome-to-3d One of the most complicated things about learning WebGL or 3D in general is the massive amount of very special concepts and terminology that are often unique to 3D rendering. Knowledge of these underpinnings is needed to understand documentation and code for any of the popular WebGL frameworks. […]
Philip: Hacking Games and Why You Should Do It – JSUnconf 2016

Philip: Hacking Games and Why You Should Do It – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Hannes Diercks: Frontend Testing – JSUnconf 2016

Hannes Diercks: Frontend Testing – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Rami Rihawi: From a Destroyed City to a JavaScript Developer – JSUnconf 2016

Rami Rihawi: From a Destroyed City to a JavaScript Developer – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Anjana Vakil: Learning Functional Programming with JavaScript – JSUnconf 2016

Anjana Vakil: Learning Functional Programming with JavaScript – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
Slides: slidr.io/vakila/learning-functional-programming-with-javascript
Lightning Talks – JSUnconf 2016

Lightning Talks – JSUnconf 2016

6 months ago
* 00:00 – Princiya Marina: The Good, Bad, and Tricky Parts * 05:45 – Dave Brotherstone: Stop Using React! * 07:58 – Mouse Braun: Style Crawler * 10:18 – Michele Guido: Why Aren’t You Giving Talks Yet? * 15:22 – Patty Chaupis: How to Help Juniors * 20:00 – Hannes Diercks: commitMESSages * 25:18 – […]