JS Foundation and Node.js Foundation Announce Initial Keynotes and Full Agenda for JS Interactive in Vancouver
The Linux Foundation | 08 June 2018
The schedule will feature keynotes and sessions from leading open source technologists including:
- Alex Grigoryan, Head of Engineering for the Online Grocery and Application Platform team, WalmartLabs keynote on contrasting two approaches to tech transformation
- Teri Chadbourne, Developer Advocate, IBM, presents on the Offline First approach to web development
- Myles Borins, Developer Advocate, Google, discusses inconsistencies between ES Modules and Common.js and how the Node.js Project is addressing and reconciling the problem
- Antoinette Janus, Software Engineer, PBS Kids, talks about bridging the gap between designer and developer in contemporary web trends and topics
- Nara Kasbergen, Software Engineer, NPR, outlines building voice-based apps with Node.js
- Jamund Ferguson, JS Architect, PayPal, shares best practices for debugging Node.js in production
- Ipsha Bhidonia, Tech Speaker, Mozilla, discusses service workers and how to start developing progressive web applications
- Kazuhito Yokoi, Researcher, Hitachi, presents on different tooling around Node-RED
Along with keynotes and panels, JS Interactive will host several workshops during the conference. Workshops include:
- “An Introduction to Web Components and Polymer,” John Riviello, Distinguished Engineer and Chris Lorenzo, Distinguished Engineer, Comcast
- “Master Serverless with JS Foundation Architect,” Brian LeRoux, CTO, Begin
- “A New Way to Profile Asnc Activity in Node.js,” Mathias Buus, Open Source Developer, nearForm
- “Reading the Repo: A Workshop on Clear, Effective Communication Techniques,” Jory Burson, COO, Bocoup
- “Vue.js Vixens Workshop,” Jen Looper, Senior Developer Advocate, Progress
Join the conference on social by following our hashtag #jsinteractive.
Registration, Accommodations and Travel to the Venue
Register hereby July 20 to save up to $549USDon registration. Hotel room rate discounts are available here. Book early to secure a spot and receive the discounted rates. Flight discounts are also available with Air Canada and Delta, more on how to secure a discount here.
JS Interactive Diversity Scholarship
JS Interactive is awarding a few scholarships based on a combination of need and impact. The scholarship includes a conference pass, coach airfare and hotel accommodation for three nights. For eligibility and how to apply click here. All submissions are due by July 6.
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