London JS ConfAutumn 2014

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On the 4th of September we'll be going to The Royal Institution, the home of the electric motor and the laser to host the second London JS Conf. The venue is home to the wonderful Faraday Museum and throughout the day attendees will have the opportunity learn about science first hand. The first of our fantastic lineup of speakers will be announced on June 5th along with a release of early bird tickets at 12pm.

Speakers

  • Domenic Denicola - @domenic

    The state of JavaScript

  • Karolina Szczur - @fox

    To Hell With jQuery

  • Patrick Hamann - @patrickhamann

    Who's watching the errors

  • Mathias Bynens - @mathias

    JavaScript ♥ Unicode

  • Paul King - @nrocy

    Fun With the command Line

  • Martin Kleppe - @aemkei

    Byte Shifting

  • Vikki Read - @vikkiread

    Acceptance Testing

  • Special science guests

Schedule

  • 9:00am

    Registration opens

  • 9:30am

    Welcome

  • 9:40am

    The state of JavaScript – Domenic Denicola

  • 10:20am

    Coffee break

  • 10:40am

    Who's watching the errors – Patrick Hamann

  • 11:30am

    To Hell With jQuery – Karolina Szczur

    A Comprehensive Guide to Performance Optimization by JavaScript Avoidance

  • 12:15pm

    Lunch

  • 13:30pm

    Fun With the command Line – Paul King

  • 14:30pm

    JavaScript ♥ Unicode – Mathias Bynens

  • 15:10pm

    Coffee break

  • 15:30pm

    Acceptance Testing – Vikki Read

  • 16:20pm

    Byte Shifting – Martin Kleppe

  • 17:00pm

    Finish & head to the after party

Venue

The Royal Institution is an independent charity dedicated to connecting people with the world of science and is home to the Michael Faraday museum which includes Faraday's original 1850s laboratory.

The main transport connections for the area are Green Park, Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus

Tickets

Eventbrite - London JS Conf

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