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Ronald Jaramillo – Get your hands dirty – play with hardware! [Reject.JS 2015]

Ronald Jaramillo – Get your hands dirty – play with hardware! [Reject.JS 2015]

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Ronald Jaramillo (@RonaldXJT) # Get your hands dirty – play with hardware! Powerful computation, cheaper electronics, increased connectivity and the steadily lowering of barriers to entry to prototyping and production are propelling a new hardware revolution. And you can be part of it. JavaScript might just be your […]
Chris Ward – Geek Health [Reject.JS 2015]

Chris Ward – Geek Health [Reject.JS 2015]

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Slides: presentations.gregariousmammal.com/geek_health/#/ Chris Ward (@ChrisChinch) # Geek Health We keep up to date with the latest developments in technologies and tools. We make sure to post pull requests to fix bugs we found in projects. We offer helpful advice in forums to people with coding questions. We propose […]
Lisa Passing – Ukulele Hero [Reject.JS 2015]

Lisa Passing – Ukulele Hero [Reject.JS 2015]

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Slides: github.com/lislis/ukulele-hero-slides Lisa Passing – #whoislisapassing # Ukulele Hero One of the things that make video games awesome is that you can use anything to make a game. One of the things that make being a web developer awesome is that you have a lot of amazing APIs […]
Melanie Thewlis – Better Accessibility with JavaScript [Reject.JS 2015]

Melanie Thewlis – Better Accessibility with JavaScript [Reject.JS 2015]

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Slides: melmo.github.io/accessibility/berlin.js/code/dist/index.html Melanie Thewlis (@littlewebgiants) # Better Accessibility with JavaScript Making the web accessible to people with all abilities is a key social justice issue of our era. Unfortunately, there’s still a lack of commonly adopted best practices. For developers, it can feel like a daunting challenge to sort […]
Robert Kerr – Science in the Browser – Orchestrating and Visualising Neural Simulations

Robert Kerr – Science in the Browser – Orchestrating and Visualising Neural Simulations

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Robert Kerr (@robrkerr) # Science in the Browser – Orchestrating and Visualising Neural Simulations Open-science is about making scientific research accessible to everyone, from other scientists to the general public, but often that means just dumping data sets and publishing the researchers’ interpretations. To truly communicate findings and […]
Jennifer Geacone-Cruz – Perfectly Portable – Japanese Mobile Culture Influencing the Front-End

Jennifer Geacone-Cruz – Perfectly Portable – Japanese Mobile Culture Influencing the Front-End

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Jennifer Geacone-Cruz (@anomiseditrix) # Perfectly Portable – Japanese Mobile Culture Influencing the Front-End Today’s development environment is heavily focussed on “mobile first”, but the long-term transition to this framework has been a challenging one. From mobile technology’s first forays into web connectivity, user-friendliness, and market shaping, Japanese mobile […]
Jenna Zeigen – What if your brain were ~*literally*~ JavaScript [Reject.JS 2015]

Jenna Zeigen – What if your brain were ~*literally*~ JavaScript [Reject.JS 2015]

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Jenna Zeigen (@zeigenvektor) # What if your brain were ~*literally*~ JavaScript Computers and brains are often used as metaphors for one another, but how exactly does JavaScript stack up against the human mind? This talk will take three facets of human cognition: attention, knowledge representation, and language processing, […]
Myles Borins – Why Empathy Matters [Reject.JS 2015]

Myles Borins – Why Empathy Matters [Reject.JS 2015]

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Myles Borins (@thealphanerd) Slides: kni.sh/rejectjs-2015 # Why Empathy Matters Empathy can be a pivotal factor in the success of yourself and your projects. If you don’t care about the people using your product, why are you making it? If you don’t care about your co-workers who will have […]
Jocelyn Ho & Drew Petersen – Using mobile technology in live musical perfomance

Jocelyn Ho & Drew Petersen – Using mobile technology in live musical perfomance

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Jocelyn Ho (@JocelynHo_Piano) Drew Petersen (@KirbySaysHi) # Everyone is a rockstar – Using mobile technology in live musical performance Music is often thought of as a purely auditory experience. But scientific research (and any fan of concerts!) has shown that our senses are interconnected: they intermingle to create […]
Ashley Williams – If you wish to learn ES6/2015 from scratch, you must first invent the universe

Ashley Williams – If you wish to learn ES6/2015 from scratch, you must first invent the universe

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Ashley Williams (@ag_dubs) # If you wish to learn ES6/2015 from scratch, you must first invent the universe Javascript has always been a language with very little syntactic sugar—for better or worse. With ES6/2015, and future iterations,though, Javascript is gaining a more and more abstract and expressive syntax. […]
Mariko Kosaka – Once upon a punch card – how textiles can explain why we have the web

Mariko Kosaka – Once upon a punch card – how textiles can explain why we have the web

1 year ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Mariko Kosaka (@kosamari) # Once upon a punch card – how textiles can explain why we have the web From a textile loom, to a teletype terminal, to a desktop computer, to the web; the stitches in your garment and the letters on your screen are both the […]
Impressions from Reject.JS 2015

Impressions from Reject.JS 2015

12 months ago
Reject.JS 2015 – Berlin, September 24, 2015 Relive Reject.JS 2015 with this video and learn about our motivation to bring Reject.JS to this community. A big thank you to everyone who joined us in making this happen, it has been a wild 5 year long ride and we hope to see more cool events all […]