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EmpireJS 2018
Two days, one track, all Javascript. September 20-21, 2018
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EmpireJS 2018 Oct 30
The wait is over! Our videos are finally up! Check them all out at ✨📼✨
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EmpireJS 2018 Oct 7
🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 ~*REGISTER TO VOTE*~ 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸
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EmpireJS 2018 Oct 7
Lol sorry Mani and Sam! Tweeting is hard sometimes! Pretty sure I meant to tap this photo. V similar pixels 😅
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✨ Nishat ✨ Sep 24
Here are the slides from my talk last week ✨✨✨
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EmpireJS 2018 Sep 25
Replying to @EmpireJS
Class dismissed! (Until next year 🍎)
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EmpireJS 2018 Sep 25
Replying to @EmpireJS
And thanks to all our attendees! We hope to see you again next year!
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EmpireJS 2018 Sep 25
A huge thanks to all our speakers, sponsors, and volunteers. Without you all, EmpireJS wouldn’t have been possible!
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Tracy Sep 25
Replying to @HackyGoLucky
We build these confs because we care to work for the change we want to see in our tech communities, local and at large. Our sponsors make that happen. Our speakers bring one of a kind content. Our attendees bring an open mind and smiles to build stronger connections.
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Tracy Sep 25
Community-driven nonprofit conferences are built off the positive energy of its organizers(and very little money). A HUGE thanks to for making this year's 💖magical💕🍩.
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Tracy Sep 25
Replying to @EmpireJS
We intentionally keep small in attendance for repeated, meaningful interactions. Doesn't make things easier on us. It's worth reconciling the money we need to gather in order to invest in our ecosystem. To offer opportunity scholarships for awesome 1st time attendees.
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Asia Hoe @Clarity_Conf #Clarity2018 Sep 21
Replying to @nitya
shows how to improve web performance using audits with Google Lighthouse. Use a Chrome extension, Node CLi, the Audits panel in DevTools, the WebPageTest website, or if you apply, an API. Results can be shared with Lighthouse Viewer.
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Marty Sep 22
New blog post, with links to as many of the slide sets from that I could find, plus Jenn Creighton's repo for creating dynamic looping animations with ES6 generators and Tamagotchi:
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Sher Minn Sep 23
slides for my talk on recreating retro art! Most of my sources are linked -- check them out for more retro computer goodness:
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K. Adam White Sep 21
Thanks for having me, ! My slides are here: and Gutenberg is here: come help us make it as good as it can be!
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Asia Hoe @Clarity_Conf #Clarity2018 Sep 21
Replying to @thathijabae @d3js_org
says, "Engineering with empathy is really important." Born in Bangladesh, she was drawn to tech due to its capacity for impact. She used data viz to graph Bengali migration, and give structure to her father's memories of war.
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flo-hoho-rida 🎄 Sep 21
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Susana Sep 21
Closing time... were amazing MCs! Thank you ladies 🌟😍 Another great year with
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EmpireJS 2018 Sep 21
Closing out the conference, we have drawing us a picture of how they remade amazing generative retro computer art made on 3 million dollar IBM computers, printers, and cathode ray oscilloscopes using JavaScript 🖥🎨
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flo-hoho-rida 🎄 Sep 21
Shout out to and his dad-joke repo for providing me and the dad jokes we’ve been sharing
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EmpireJS 2018 Sep 21
Now and are talking about building their own ORM (object-relational mapping) at work— why they did it and the challenges and benefits of doing so 🕸
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