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JSConf EU
The labour-of-love conference for the JS community in Europe. | June 1-2, 2019
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JSConf EU Aug 7
💥 And just like that we released the complete set of videos of JSConf EU 2018 🍿 Excited to see you all in 2019! 👊🏾
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@rem Aug 9
Dear europeans: one month left for scholarship applications to . We budget for ticket, travel and hotels 👉 - please share with those would benefit from a day of amazing web talks ❤️
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JSConf EU Aug 7
💥 And just like that we released the complete set of videos of JSConf EU 2018 🍿 Excited to see you all in 2019! 👊🏾
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Alvaro Videla Aug 5
I just published “DuraznoConf — The Human Side of Programming”
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Eli Schütze Ramírez Aug 3
Replying to @DKundel @jsconfeu
10th anniversary of all the way
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@rem Aug 2
My talk for - likely you'll learn nothing, end with a little earache, but I will show you some of the bananas stuff you can make a browser do if you want to reach back to the 80s!
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JSConf EU Aug 2
Using a modern web to recreate 1980s horribly slow & loud loading screens ’s closing keynote of 2018
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ℝ𝕒𝕓𝕓𝕚 𝔹𝕖𝕟 𝔾𝕣𝕖𝕖𝕟𝕓𝕖𝕣𝕘 Jul 31
It was such an honor to give this talk at . Thank you to the organizers for welcoming me and providing the space to share my thoughts on how to prepare for technical interviews as a "liberal arts" coder!
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himynameisdave Jul 31
's talk literally blew my mind! 🧠
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JSConf EU Jul 31
From Rabbi to Coder: How To Prepare for the Technical Interview Amazing insights by about how to make a big career change and successfully master technical interviews
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Kim Crayton 🏢 💻🎙 Jul 31
. is this week’s project. I've spent the past 2 yrs traveling the world advocating 4 improving inclusion & diversity in tech, now it’s time 4 this community 2 demonstrate its commitment 2 meaningful change
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Nordic.js Jul 30
We know you've been waiting a long long time for this. ⏳ But now it's finally time to announce the Nordic.js speakers! ❤️ We'll create a huge thread and this is the starting tweet. We'll share a new speaker each day. STAR & RETWEET ⭐️
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JSConf Jul 27
🎉💥 Wow! We just welcomed the 100,000th subscriber to our Youtube channel 💖 Thanks all of you for the trust and support over the years!
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Tara Vancil Jul 26
For those who have been asking, my talk is up! I discuss why servers kind of suck, and what we might do to make it better. And of course, I had to do a demo 💻 ✨
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JSConf EU Jul 26
Replying to @pfrazee @taravancil
…and staying on topic: The Web was envisioned as an open platform for publishing & sharing information, but that vision has been lost: most people will never publish independently on the Web. What went wrong? in “A Web Without Servers”
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Matt Davis Jul 23
This is a really incredible talk by . If it resonates, go download , fork Fritter (), and get a glimpse into an alternative world.
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Paul Frazee✌️ Jul 23
My JSConfEU talk is up! I argue that user rights are encoded in Web standards, and by extension, the systems that implement them. We have to treat our technical networks as civic systems and write standards with rights and authority in mind.
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JSConf EU Jul 23
Formalizing user rights on the Web How should we think about harassment, bullying, bots, and misinformation on the Web? Have we failed as an industry to protect users, and do we need to aggressively police our spaces? in
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Sophie Koonin Jul 21
Another excellent talk from JSConf EU by about the origins of some of the common terms we use in programming (including bug, throw/catch and foobar). Plus bonus pointers on how to make your variable names inclusive!
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Sophie Koonin Jul 21
When I tell people I did a linguistics BA followed by a computer science MSc, they often say "wow, quite a change of track!". It really wasn't - there is a surprising amount of crossover between linguistics and programming!
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