Christian Speckner

Talk: Plugging holes: JavaScript memory leak debugging

Christian, a former physics researcher turned web application developer, loves code, music and Javascript. He lives in Würzburg (Germany) and works a developer at Mayflower GmbH. Christian is talking about Memory leak debugging in JavaScript where he discuss problematic code patterns and show you how to effectively track down and eliminate memory leaks. Find out more […]

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seth-samuel

Talk: Arbitrary Computation on the GPU Using WebGL (by Seth Samuel)

Seth Samuel is a full stack developer with 12+ years of experience. He’s survived multiple startups, and has been using WebGL in production since before that was a good idea. WebGL is already widely in use for 3D graphics and image processing but could be used for much more. We’ll learn how to pass arbitrary […]

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Talk: Writing Secure JavaScript (by Guy Podjarny)

Guy lives in London (UK) and is the CEO at Snyk. His talk will go through some sample security flaws unique to JavaScript’s async nature and surrounding ecosystem and exemplifies live exploits, explains their impact, why they happen and – most important – how to avoid of fix them. Find out more about Guy and his talk on his JS […]

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Günter Obiltschnig

Talk: Connecting Sensors, Devices and Cloud Services with JavaScript and macchina.io (by Günter Obiltschnig)

  Günter Obiltschnig lives in Krumpendorf am Wörthersee (Austria) and is the Managing Director at Applied Informatics Software Engineering GmbH. His talk is about Connecting Sensors, Devices and Cloud Services with JavaScript and macchina.io. It will show how JavaScript can be used to build IoT applications that run on Linux-based devices like the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, UDOO or Galileo. When […]

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Talk: Reactive Angular 2 Applications with RxJS (by Sebastian Müller)

Sebastian Müller lives in Hamm (Germany) and works as a frontend developer at adesso AG in Dortmund. He likes spending time with new web technologies and Single Page Applications. His talk is about how to build Angular 2 applications with reactive patterns like RxJS. Find out more about Sebastian and his talk on his JS […]

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Oliver Zeigermann - Deep neural networks

Talk: Machine Learning in the Browser with Deep Neural Networks

Oliver Zeigermann (@DJCordhose) is a developer from Hamburg, Germany. For the past few years, he dived into the analysis of larger sizes of data using machine learning and/or data visualisation techniques. Machine Learning and its latest hype the Deep Neural Networks are fascinating and not only since the spectacular win of AlphaGo. But unfortunately, most libraries in that […]

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Brief reminder: Developer Week (DWX) takes place next week.

This essential developer conference for .Net, web and mobile starts June 20 in Nuremberg. As usual, their program is packed with great talks. We wish you a successful and exciting DWX! At the conference, keep your eyes peeled for the first JS Kongress program flyer.

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Talk: 360 & VR Video (by Raúl Jiménez)

Raúl (@elecash) is a Front-end Architect from Barcelona with a long track record and 15 years of development on his back. He is a Google Developer Expert in AngularJS, Adobe Certified Expert & Instructor, speaker, open source believer and event organizer. He’s a passionate about the web and any technology related to video and media streaming. His current […]

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Talk: From Software to Hardware: How Do I Track My Cat with JavaScript (by Tomomi Imura)

Tomomi is a front – end engineer and Sr. Developer Evangelist at PubNub – a data stream network in San Francisco. She likes cats and technology and brings both passions together in a project called “HTTP Status Cats”. We are looking forward to finding out more. Tomomi’s JS Kongress speaker page has more information about her and […]

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Presenting the JS Kongress program schedule

We are happy that we can finally present the program schedule for JS Kongress Munich 2016. We were blown away by the response to our call for contributions: we had over 170 submissions from 38 countries! That means that we had to reject a lot of really good talks, but it also means that we […]

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JS Kongress 2016 Program Committee

Presenting the JS Kongress program committee

The JS Kongress call for contributions ended last Sunday. And we received over 170 submissions! We are now hard at work going through all of them and creating an exciting program for the conference. This is the program committee that reviews the submissions: Franziska Hinkelmann Software engineer on Google’s V8 team. Making your JavaScript faster […]

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