Remote Conferences

Systems Programming for the Ruby Developer – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Rubyists are famously polyglot. I've heard people joke that there are more JavaScript talks at some Ruby conferences than there are Ruby talks. But there's one area in which most Rubyists don't go: low-level programming. We often say "Ruby is slow, but that doesn't matter. I'll just drop down to C when I need performance."…

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APIs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

Service oriented systems have become hugely popular, and the golden age of the "monorail" is starting to end. Sometimes, these services can be fantastic, and other times not so much. Learning how to evaluate APIs and identify problem areas before jumping head first into development can save us frustration, time, and money. This session will…

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Structured Logging: Understanding Service Chaos – Ruby Remote Conf 2015

As teams build and compose more services, their dependency on logging grows exponentially. Being able to quickly make use make use of those logs can easily mean the difference between quickly finding a bug and struggling to even understand it for weeks. For this reason, services that make their logging data easy to consume by…

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Marketing Yourself to Boost Your Career – John Somnez – JS Remote Conf 2015

Let's face it. If you want to have a successful career in software development today, being a good coder doesn't just cut it anymore. Sure, writing good code will help you keep your job, but there are plenty of good and great coders out there that you've never heard of, either looking for jobs, or…

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Building a mobile app with Meteor, Mongo, and Cordova – Josh Owens – JS Remote Conf 2015

A live coding session where a fresh Meteor.js app is built. Cordova support will be introduced and we will start building an isomorphic js app that will output an iOS app.   Learn how easy and quick it is to get Javascript, Node.js, Mongo, and Cordova working in harmony with Meteor.js.

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A road to open-collaboration – Charles Wood – JS Remote Conf 2015

The most critical and valuable life learnings of one of the most prominent open-source JavaScript developers, compressed into a 40 minute talk.  

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Bring Fun Back to JS: Step by Step Refactoring Toward Ember – Brandon Hays – JS Remote Conf 2015

You didn't need a full-blown MVC, you just wanted to add some nice interactive functionality to your server-rendered app. But then one jQuery plugin turns to three, add a dash of statefulness, some error handling, and suddenly you can't sleep at night.   We'll walk through using Ember Components to test-drive a refactor until your…

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jQuery for WebRTC – Thomas Gorissen – JS Remote Conf 2015

WebRTC promises awesomeness. Embedded audio/video and data transfer in every website! But the API's are note straight forward and require a complicated signaling process to work. SkylinkJS is an open-source project that makes leveraging the powers of WebRTC as easy as using JQuery.  

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ES6: The New JavaScript – Aaron Frost – JS Remote Conf 2015

Many of your have heard about ES6 among the chatter in the community. However, it can be tough to find one place to go that will answer all your ES6 questions and show you all of the ES6 features. As part of the show, Aaron show you each of the new pieces, a long with…

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Developing Hybrid Mobile App using AngularJS & Javascript – Rahat Khanna – JS Remote Conf 2015

Javascript has become widely popular for developing hybrid mobile technologies by the advent of tools like Phonegap, Kony, Telerik App Builder. In this talk, I will demo how to create a Hybrid Mobile app using Javascript – AngularJS & Ionic Framework.

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HotDraw Revisited: Object-Oriented JavaScript and Canvas – Ken Auer – JS Remote Conf 2015

In the late 80s, Kent Beck and Ward Cunningham came up with HotDraw (http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?HotDraw), a two-dimensional graphics framework for structured drawing editors, originally written in Smalltalk-80. Since then, many implementations have been created, and the principles applied in a lot of places. While a lot has been learned, the original HotDraw still outshines many of…

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Angular Q&A – Brad Green, Igor Minar, and Miško Hevery – JS Remote Conf 2015

The Angular.js team answers questions about Angular.js, its future, the framework, and anything else you want to ask about.

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