Videos

Tim Pietrusky & Martin Schuhfuss: We ❤ Music & the Web – JSConf Budapest 2016

Tim Pietrusky & Martin Schuhfuss: We ❤ Music & the Web – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
Tim and Martin share a common interest in a lot of things: music, lights, visualizations, MIDI and electronics. But what happens if those interests are combined with the endless possibilities the web has to offer? You will find out in this live audio + visual performance. jsconfbp.com/speakers/pietrusky-schuhfuss.html
Nick Hehr: The Other Side of Empathy – JSConf Budapest 2016

Nick Hehr: The Other Side of Empathy – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
In an industry that is so focused frameworks & tooling, we tend to lose sight of the people behind the products and how we work with them. I’ve found empathy to be a powerful resource while collaborating with teams inside companies and across the open source community. By breaking down The Other Side of Empathy, […]
Rachel White: Internet of Cats – JSConf Budapest 2016

Rachel White: Internet of Cats – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
Ever lose out on a good night’s rest because your pesky cats keep waking you up at 4am for food? Rachel has. Many times. For her first project using node, socket.io, microcontrollers, and johnny-five, Rachel built a web-based feeder that delivers tasty cat chow on a configurable schedule or when triggered remotely. She’ll walk you […]
Maurice De Beijer: Event-Sourcing your React-Flux applications – JSConf Budapest 2016

Maurice De Beijer: Event-Sourcing your React-Flux applications – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
Most React-Flux applications just store the data being edited as is in a database. While it is perfectly fine to treat data in a simple CRUD fashion like this with a smaller application this is not very optimal when applications get more complex. For more complex applications using the Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) design […]
Princiya Sequeira: Natural User Interface using JavaScript – JSConf Budapest 2016

Princiya Sequeira: Natural User Interface using JavaScript – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
The way we interacted with computers on a large scale was stuck in place for roughly 20 years. From mouse to keyboard to joystick, it is game over. Today it is the era of gestures. Today’s gamers can do everything from slice and dice produce in Fruit Ninja to quest for a dragon in Skyrim. […]
Denys Mishunov: Why Performance Matters – JSConf Budapest 201

Denys Mishunov: Why Performance Matters – JSConf Budapest 201

2 years ago
Load a page in less than a second; reduce the number of server requests; keep your CSS and JS merged and compressed to keep them under 50 kilobytes” – these are just a few among technical solutions and recommendations we are getting in the industry to tackle performance issues. But there is one catch – […]
Yan Zhu: Encrypt the Web For $0 – JSConf Budapest 2016

Yan Zhu: Encrypt the Web For $0 – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
Everyone in 2016 knows that websites should use HTTPS. However, there is a common misconception that TLS and other security measures are expensive and slow down both web developers and page load times. This talk will show you some easy tricks to make your site more secure without sacrificing performance or requiring a lot of […]
Safia Abdalla: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to All Things Memory in Javascript – JSConf Budapest 2016

Safia Abdalla: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to All Things Memory in Javascript – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
Unlike C and other low-level programming languages, Javascript takes away the pain of memory management and garbage collection from the programmer. However, this doesn’t mean that developers shouldn’t be aware of the memory management and garbage collection implementation details of the Javascript programming language. Indeed, knowledge of both of those things can go a long […]
Laurie Voss: What everybody should know about npm – JSConf Budapest 2016

Laurie Voss: What everybody should know about npm – JSConf Budapest 2016

2 years ago
npm is six years old, but 80% of npm users turned up in the last year. That’s a lot of new people! Because of that, a lot of older, core features aren’t known about by the majority of npm users. This talk is about how npm expects you to use npm, and the commands and […]

Jane Kim: Conquering fears – JSConf US Last Call

2 years ago
Conquering fears of inadequacy while enabling people to write dope poetry with each other. Basically, the struggles of working on a project alone, how to combine your interests to make something interesting for you to work on, and how to execute and spread the word.

Rachel White: Internet of Cats – JSConf US Last Call

2 years ago
Ever lose out on a good night’s rest because your pesky cats keep waking you up at 4am for food? Rachel has. Many times. For her first project using node, socket.io, microcontrollers, and johnny-five, Rachel built a web-based feeder that delivers tasty cat chow on a configurable schedule or when triggered remotely. She’ll walk you […]

Remy Sharp: The toxic side of free. Or: how I lost the love… – JSConf US Last Call

2 years ago
This is a 5 part story about (my side project and attempted full time project in 2014) “JS Bin” and the abuse that it’s suffered over the last 7 years of being an open project. The stories include tales of spam, abuse from registered users and the impact on personal life, dealing with the process […]