Videos

JSConf Iceland 2016 Mood Video

5 months ago
The debut JSConf Iceland drew 400 attendees from around the globe. Two tracks over two days and a bonus “Experience Iceland” day made this a one-of-a-kind community event. We want to thank the team, volunteers, speakers, sponsors and everyone who bought a ticket. Thanks to you, this dream became a reality. JSConf Iceland will be […]
JSConf Budapest 2016 Intro

JSConf Budapest 2016 Intro

1 year ago
Design, 3D-modeling & general awesomeness by @silkine Animation & implementation @usefulthink Music: Amira by @beatmanludmilla (edited) Special thanks to @escapedcat & @timpietrusly for support Interactive Version available at usefulthink.com/jsconf.bp-intro/
JSConf Budapest 2016 Mood Video

JSConf Budapest 2016 Mood Video

1 year ago
Over 500 attendees from 28+ countries got together in Budapest for two days of JavaScript: it’s JSConf Budapest 2016! We owe a huge gratitude for our team, volunteers, wonderful speakers and awesome sponsors – and of course the community, who joined us for this great event! jsconfbp.com
Lena Reinhard: Works On My Machine, or the Problem is between Keyboard and Chair

Lena Reinhard: Works On My Machine, or the Problem is between Keyboard and Chair

1 year ago
You’ve heard it before: “It works on my machine” and you know the punchline “so your problem isn’t real”. Sometimes a bug just won’t appear on your system: computers are fickle beasts full of subtlety. Humans too, but more so: we have habits, preferences, biases, and our background, opportunities vary wildly. And even the technology […]
Claudia Hernández: Down the Rabbit Hole: JS in Wonderland – JSConf Budapest 2016

Claudia Hernández: Down the Rabbit Hole: JS in Wonderland – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
What even makes sense in Javascript? For a language originally created in 10 days it surely has a lot of quirks and perks many JS developers are unaware of. Sometimes, it might even seem like we fell down the rabbit hole only to find that NaN is actually a Number, undefined can be defined, +!![] […]
Stefan Baumgartner: HTTP/2 is coming! Unbundle all the things?!? – JSConf Budapest 2016

Stefan Baumgartner: HTTP/2 is coming! Unbundle all the things?!? – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
HTTP – the way how clients and servers talk to each other on the internet – just got a major update. The first update in 15 years! HTTP/2 has landed and promises solutions to all the current performance workarounds we have for web applications: no more image sprites, no more concatenation, no domain sharding tricks. […]
Rob Kerr: Science in the Browser – JSConf Budapest 2016

Rob Kerr: Science in the Browser – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
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 ignite collaboration, we need to expose the tools that the scientists used […]
Sam Bellen: Changing live audio with the web-audio-api – JSConf Budapest 2016

Sam Bellen: Changing live audio with the web-audio-api – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
As a guitar player, I usually use some effect-pedals to change the sound of my guitar. I started wondering: “What if, it would be possible to recreate these pedals using the web-audio-api?”. Well, it turns out, it is entirely possible to do so. This talk takes you through the basics of the web-audio-api and explains […]
Anand Vemuri: Offensive and Defensive Strategies for Client-Side JS Security – JSConf Budapest 2016

Anand Vemuri: Offensive and Defensive Strategies for Client-Side JS Security – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
Secure software development principles have become of paramount importance in recent times. Studies have revealed that corporate cyber security breaches have most frequently occurred at the web application layer. Furthermore, within the web application security landscape, client-side attack vectors have been known to be particularly dangerous if exploited. Most client-side security resources tend to primarily […]
Nicolás Bevacqua: High Performance in the Critical Rendering Path – JSConf Budapest 2016

Nicolás Bevacqua: High Performance in the Critical Rendering Path – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
This talk covers the past, present and future of web application performance when it comes to delivery optimization. I’ll start by glancing over what you’re already doing — minifying your static assets, bundling them together, and using progressive enhancement techniques. Then I’ll move on to what you should be doing — optimizing TCP network delivery, […]
Oliver Joseph Ash: Building an Offline Page for theguardian.com – JSConf Budapest 2016

Oliver Joseph Ash: Building an Offline Page for theguardian.com – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
You’re on a train to work and you open up the Guardian app on your phone. A tunnel surrounds you, but the app still works in very much the same way as it usually would—despite your lack of internet connection, you still get the full experience, only the content shown will be stale. If you […]
Suz Hinton: The Formulartic Spectrum – JSConf Budapest 2016

Suz Hinton: The Formulartic Spectrum – JSConf Budapest 2016

1 year ago
The physical world is just another binary machine. Data creation, analysis, and corruption combined with JavaScript can make new and unexpected things. Can you programmatically extract joy from the subjectivity it exists in? Can it be translated into intentional forms to hook others in? This session will gently take you along on a personal journey […]