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3 DAY CONFERENCE

FullStack 2015 - the conference on JavaScript, Node & Internet of Things

Topics covered at #fullstackcon

Monday, 26th - Wednesday, 28th October at CodeNode, London

64 experts. will be speaking. Starts at 8:00 AM.

Want to meet the international JavaScript community and learn and share skills with some of the world's top experts, hackers and makers? Find out about all the latest FullStack technologies and discover the latest best practices and ideas? Then come and join us at FullStack London!

Thank you!!!

Thank you for joining us at Fullstack 2015!! We had a terrific time, we hope you did too! A massive thanks to our great program committee, all speakers, sponsors and to everyone who joined us this year!

What's next

Thanks also to all those who joined us at the FullStackHack at CodeNode. FullStackHack. The hack took place alongside DroidconHack, Gamecraft and Lean Poker, so there was plenty of awesome people to meet, collaborate and work with!

Registration for 2016 is open!

FullStack 2016 will be held on July 13-15th, here at CodeNode. Registration is open already and if you book by November 6th, you'll pay just £195!

Help us create a great conference!

All Skills Matter conferences are created for and by the community. We would love to have your input and ideas on how next year should look like. If you like to help us this way, please contribute to our Call For Thoughts!

Follow us at #fullstackcon to hear all the latest news.

What happened at FullStack London 2015?

Speakers & Program

FullStack is crafted for and by the community and this year is no exception! We received lots of ideas, talks and feedback from our community this year, resulting in a program packed with talks and workshops on JavaScript, ES6, Angular, Node, Microservices and IoT. Find the full line-up here.

CodeNode, the venue

CodeNode is home to Skills Matter's developer community and the UK's largest venue dedicated to technology events, so we could not think of a better space to host FullStack. Find more details about the venue here.

FullStack 2015 was sold out! Registration for 2016 now open!

Fancy joining 400 fellow FullStack, web and IoT developers for 3 days of learning and sharing skills? We have only very few tickets left, so if you do, best to get your skates on and book your 2016 early bird ticket today! Register here.

Impressions of 2014

Day 1: 26th October

Monday

Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
00:00

Speakers' rooms will be announced throughout the day (each day)!

08:30

Arrival, Registration & Breakfast

09:25

Opening & Welcome

09:30

Keynote: The toxic side of free. Or: How I lost the love for my side project

Remy Sharp


JS-Bin github open-source
10:30

Coffee & Tea

10:45

Fully Reactive User Interfaces

Sébastien Cevey


imperative declarative live-coding UI-RxJS virtual-dom SystemJS javascript

New Generation of Front end Architectures

Luca Mezzalira


CSP clojure go ecmascript-6 generators javascript fullstack

How a couple of prototypers hacking on an enterprise CMS saved the day

Jolyon Russ


gulp ux-design javascript fullstack nodejs
11:15

Coffee & Tea

11:30

Progressive Enhancement Strategies

Simon McManus


enhancement javascript advances progressive-enhancement fullstack

The remarkable journey of a single web request

Aaron Kalin


web-request fun web-technologies fullstack

Scaling Node.js Applications with Microservices

Armagan Amcalar


rabbitmq nginx cote.js scaling microservices node.js
12:00

Coffee & Tea

12:15

Responsive sites with Material Design Lite

Sergio Gomes


google material-design material-design-lite fullstack

Performance Testing Crash Course

Dustin Whittle


performance crash testing siege locust.io bees-with-machine-guns google-pagespeed wbench fullstack

Introduction to writing native modules in Node.js

Stewart Addison


nan-native-abstraction-layer javascript fullstack nodejs
12:45

#FullStackCon Lunch

13:45

UX in the Emerging Reality

Matt Perry


ux emerging-reality virtual fullstack

2FA, WTF?

Phil Nash


2FA two-fact-auth hacking fullstack

WebRTC Reborn

Dan Jenkins


webRTC fullstack
14:15

Coffee & Tea

14:30

Blowing Out The Lamp

Oliver Rumbelow


NodeJS-API LAMP-stack api Holiday-Extras nodejs
2

Commit to secure software; How developers can own their own security

Tim Buntel and Paul Boss


nodejs secure security

Debugging your Node.js applications - tools and advice

Stewart Addison


node.js debugging fullstack
15:00

Coffee & Tea + Holiday Extras Raffles


holidayextras raffle fullstack
15:15

Workshop: hapines with devices

Wyatt Preul


internet-of-things IoT hapi fullstack

Workshop: IoT architecture with React and Flux

Peter Kowalczyk


flux react sam IoT fullstack

Workshop: PM2 to manage your micro service app & Keymetrics to monitor them

Alexandre Strzelewicz


Keymetrics PM2 nodejs
17:15

Drinks & Pizza

18:30
2

Have I Got Nodes For You: Pilot Episode

Dylan Beattie and Mark Rendle


quiz-show Bot-or-Not jargon-jeopardy quiz
19:30

#FullStackCon Party

Day 2: 27th October

Tuesday

Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
00:00

Speakers' rooms will be announced throughout the day (each day)!

08:30

Arrival, Registration & Breakfast

09:30

Keynote - Chrome DevTools Deep-dive

Addy Osmani


google fullstack
10:30

Coffee & Tea

10:45

NodeJS and Enterprise-world? - A case study of a real-time financial transactional system

Imre Fazekas


nodejs REST-backend fullstack

Building applications in ES6 today

Jack Franklin


ReactJS software-design angularjs javascript es6

The Web Is Getting Pushy

Phil Nash


fullstack
11:15

Coffee & Tea

11:30

Defend against the Caveman Coder

Kitson Kelly


js javascript

We fail to follow SemVer – and why it needn’t matter

Stephan Bönnemann


semver npm fullstack javascript

How to be an Awesome Open Source contributor

Christos Matskas


fullstack
12:00

Coffee & Tea

12:15

TypeScript - your regular JavaScript on steroids

Christos Matskas


typescript open-source fullstack javascript

Creating cool gaming resources with an in-browser code interpreter and game engine

Chris Brett


SVG-animation python Blockly rapid-router-game code-for-life fullstack javascript

Rapid Product Typing

Jan Lehnardt


frontend-API in-browser frontend couchdb node.js Hoodie-Open-Source open source user experience distributed systems databases fullstack
12:45

FullStack Lunch + and Clinic - Write Tests, Or Else? (the clinic will be taking place in Shift - downstairs)

Oliver Rumbelow


holidayextras clinic fullstack
13:45

Surviving Micro-services

Richard Rodger


microservices fullstack

Forging static sites with Metalsmith

David Boyer


static-sites Metalsmith node.js fullstack
13:45

CSS and the Internet of Things

Alex Owen


internet-of-things css IoT

JavaScript — Circus freaks and rascals

Gerard Sans


frontend fullstack javascript

Building generic game framework

Nenad Cikic


game-framework gambing gaming game
14:15

Coffee & Tea

14:30

The FullStack Education Paradox

Hannes Moser


agile-workflows Continuous-Delivery-with-docker ruby-on-rails Node.js/io.js university educations education fullstack

We are not Object-Oriented anymore, or why the node callback style is awesome

Matteo Collina


distributed-code object-oriented fullstack
14:30

Running and publishing ES2015 (formerly ES6) code today

James Allardice


javascript TC39 ECMAScript-2015 es6 ES2015

SideStack – Networked JavaScript Desktop Apps

David Mark Clements


Desktop-App SideStack bespoke-to-pdf PDF NW.js Bespoke fullstack javascript
15:00

Coffee & Tea + Holiday Extras Raffles


raffle holidayextras fullstack
15:15

Workshop: Build a working app in 2 hours with MeteorJS

Edward Upton


end-to-end Beta MeteorJS
2

Workshop: Tessel Hack

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay


tessel open-source IoT hardware APIs node

Workshop: Nodeschool

Ian Crowther


nodeschool node fullstack
17:15

End of #FullStackCon Day 2

Day 3: 28th October

Wednesday

Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Shift
00:00

Speakers' rooms will be announced throughout the day (each day)!

08:30

Arrival, Registration & Breakfast

09:30

Keynote: Ember: Building Production-Grade Web Apps Fast

Yehuda Katz


fullstack
10:30

Coffee & Tea

10:45

Microservices.js

Gergely Nemeth


json microservices.js api fullstack

Robocalypse: Controlling Nodebots with Kinect gestures

Joel Lord


node-bot Kinect-gesture socket.io Johnny-Five Ardunio-robot nodejs javascript fullstack

Physics Simulations from the Ground Up

Matthew Keas


WebGL-shaders filter-effects canvas 2d game animation-techniques DIY javascript

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


devops agile lean-startup continuous-development fullstack
11:15

Coffee & Tea

11:30

API Blueprint for API Design Lifecycle

Vincenzo Chianese


web-languages WebAPI APIBlueprint fullstack

Fluid development of mobile apps for IoT in JavaScript

Alex Jonsson


evothings IoT javascript

Using ES6 everywhere

Adam Klein


es6 coding nodejs fullstack

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


devops agile lean-startup continuous-development fullstack
12:00

Coffee & Tea

12:15

Enterprise Interface Architecture

Tomasz Ducin


SPA-frontend api restful javascript fullstack

Building actionable intelligence on the smart grid

Paul Kavanagh


smalltalk AIX oracle IMS Leaflet d3 angular nodejs mongodb JavaScript-stack grid javascript

React and Three.js: React All The Things!

Peter O'Shaughnessy


three.js WebGL-library reactive dom react javascript fullstack

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


devops agile lean-startup continuous-development fullstack
12:45

#FullStackCon Lunch

13:45

Keynote - Meet the Node.js Foundation

Danese Cooper


fullstack
14:45

Coffee & Tea

15:00

The Javascript Database for Javascript Developers

Mark Nadal


databases data graph-databases noOps javascript

Wrangling the Internet of Things using Node.js

Kirsten Hunter


Fitbit-API twilio Withings MyFitnessPal Fitbit github

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


devops agile lean-startup continuous-development fullstack
15:30

Coffee & Tea + Holiday Extras Raffles


holidayextras raffle fullstack
15:45

The Death of "Write Once, Run Everywhere"

Steve Lacy


mobile trigger-io titanium phonegap ux react-native javascript

Civilising Bluetooth Low Energy: bringing BLE devices to the web

Jonathan Austin


IoT micro:bits Bluetooth-low-energy BLE fullstack

Full-stack BDD and its side effects

Alistair Stead


SOLID ddd tdd design-patterns bdd javascript fullstack

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


devops agile lean-startup continuous-development fullstack
16:15

Coffee & Tea

16:30

Workshop: Developing Micro-services

Peter Elger


InfluxDB docker mqtt node.js microservices fullstack

Workshop: Espruino

Gordon Williams


espruino javascript fullstack
2

Workshop: Code like a Kid: How we & the BBC made coding instantly accessible to children

Andrew Moss and Jenny Brennan


micro:bit Code-Kingdoms fullstack

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


devops agile lean-startup continuous-development fullstack
18:30

FullStack 2015 Wrap Up


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CodeNode

In August 2015, Skills Matter opened the doors to CodeNode, our new 23,000 sqft Tech Events and Community venue. CodeNode provides fantastic meetup, conference, training and collaboration spaces with unrivalled technology capabilities for our tech, digital and developer communities - a long held dream coming true !

With fantastic transport links and located in the heart of London's Tech City, we could not think of a better location for our 60,000 strong engineering community!

With seven event rooms, including a 300 seater lecture room, thousands more community members will be able to visit CodeNode to learn and share skills, code and collaborate on projects.

CodeNode features a 5,000 sqft break-out space, complete with fully-licensed bar, plenty of power sockets, meeting and collaboration spaces and entertainment areas.

CodeNode will also see the opening of a permanent Hack Space, stacked with microprocessors and the latest tools and devices to play with. A community film studio will be opening too, which you can use to record any tutorials or demo's you may want to share with our community.

If you're interested in hiring CodeNode for your upcoming event, check out more details here.

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CodeNode

Skills Matter | CodeNode, 10 South Place, London, EC2M 7EB, GB


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A big thanks

FullStack is an independent conference organised for and by the community. This year's program was put together, thanks to your tremendous response to our Call For Thoughts, and with the help from Cian O'Maidin (NearForm), Rob Moran (ARM), Robert Rees (Guardian), Sarah Clark (Google) and other members of our JavaScript, Node and Angular community.

Community Pages

With so many great events taking place during and around FullStack 2015, we thought it would be useful to put together a list of JavaScript, Web & IoT related events and parties, taking place in and around Londond in October & November. Follow #fullstackcon to stay close to the FullStack action!

Have an event to add to this FullStack London Fringe Events & Party Guide? Send it here and we’ll put it on the list.

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AppForum2015 - at CodeNode on October 13-14th

AppForum2015 - the must attend event for developers' with a passion for the Connected Enterprise & Smart IoT - provides the perfect venue for developers to discover, in a single event, the latest tools, platforms, products and technologies that can help you architect enterprise-centric next generation solutions. Might like to sign up for this event? Find a full program and tickets here.

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Embercamp London 2015 - at CodeNode in London on October 29th

Embercamp will be hosting 150+ of the world’s top Ember developers for a full day of Ember talks by Core Team and Community members. If you’re looking to make new Ember friends, get the scoop on what's coming next, or to hire Ember talent, EmberCamp London is the place to be. Join us on October 29th.

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Droidcon London 2015 - at the BDC in London on October 29-30th

Europe's largest Android developer conference returns to London this October. Hosted in the heart of London at the Business Design Centre, Droidcon London 2015 is set to be the best year yet. We've got a brilliant event line-up, jammed full of the latest developments in Android technologies. Tickets are selling fast so book today to be sure not to miss out!

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FullStackHack 2015 - at CodeNode, on October 31st to November 1st

We hope FullStack London 2015 will inspire you with lots of new ideas. If you fancy getting stuck in straight away, join fellow FullStack attendees and some of the most talented hackers, makers and developers, for the traditional, weekend-long FullStackHack and create something amazing! Come along to have some fun experimenting with the latest Javascript and web technologies, get your hands dirty coding on some pretty cool gadgets and devices, whilst having a chance to win some of the awesome prizes awarded by our FullStackHack challengers and supporters. Participation is free for registered attendees, and you can register here.

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Amazon Appstore Developer Summit - at CodeNode, on November 3rd

The Amazon Appstore Developer Summit is for Android and HTML5 developers who want to gain unique insights into the Appstore eco-system, emerging user interfaces that are driving new user behaviours, and disruptive new business models that are opening up opportunities for customers and the developer community. Join to see talks and workshops by developer guest speakers, from disruptive start-ups to established consumer brands, who are at the forefront of innovation in their market segments. Like the sound of that? Find out more here.

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HALFSTACK. JAVASCRIPT. IN A PUB. NOV. 13, 2015

For five years, we've had regular JavaScript meetup events. And then we spend time in the pub discussing JavaScript some more. On November 13th, we're flipping this around and bringing the talks to a pub in the Shoreditch area. Talks will include a variety of modern front-end development topics (ES6, TypeScript, React.js, Polymer, Dojo 2, and much more) from leading speakers based primarily in London. Find out more here.

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Skills Matter's community conferences are made possible thanks to our passionate community - who constantly feed us with their ideas - and thanks to the generous support of our amazing partners, who help us keep tickets affordable, organize great workshops and are keen to meet you at their booths, to share their projects, tools and frameworks with you.

To learn more about our partners, click on their logo!

Sponsor Fullstack 2015

  • Would you like to join the world's top innovators, hackers and experts in JavaScript, Node and IoT?
  • Want to demo, discuss and share your projects, devices and tools with a 400 strong community of passionate developers?
  • Keen to associate your brand with a superbly organised conference in the heart of London, Europe's technology and startup capital?

Whether you are seeking to improve visibility of your tools, devices or projects, or simply would like to support the FullStack's passionate community through your engagement, our team will be able to help you select the best sponsorship package for you! Email sales@skillsmatter.com or phone 0207 183 9040.

Available Packages

    • 64-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engage with the FullStack community! Show off your team, projects, tools or devices at your FullStack conference booth!

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      Engagement Benefits
      • Your own booth at FullStack (3m x 1.5m)
      • Your sponsored message with hot linked logo in the FullStack post-conference newsletter
      • Two items (leaflet, device, pen or notepad) included in all FullStack swag bags
      • 5 free tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
    • 32-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Brand Visibility Benefits
      Engagement Benefits
      • Your own booth at FullStack (1.5m x 1.5m)
      • Your sponsored message with hot linked logo in the FullStack post-conference newsletter
      • One item (leaflet, device, pen or notepad) included in all FullStack swag bags
      • 2 free tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).


    • EXCLUSIVE FULLSTACK T-SHIRT SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on all FullStack T-shirts, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      • Your logo on 500 FullStack t-shirts
      • exclusive to one sponsor: space for both logo's solely dedicated to your branding or logo.
    • SPONSOR THE FULLSTACK 2015 PARTY!
    • Be remembered by all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending the party this year! Have your logo printed on the FullStack 2015 Party beer mats and on highly visible party posters and pop-up banners, which are bound to feature in lots of pictures this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo displayed on the FullStack 2015 party beer mats and on the party table pop-up banners;
      • Five free tickets to the FullStack 2015 Party, which you can gift to your clients and team members;
      • Your logo (small) on all in-venue conference banners and on the FullStack 2015 Sponsor web pages;
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com;
      • Exclusive to two party sponsors only!
    • FULLSTACK T-SHIRT SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on all FullStack T-shirts, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on 500 FullStack t-shirts
      • Exclusive to two t-shirt sponsors only!
    • SPONSOR THE FULLSTACK 2015 ATTENDEE BAGS!
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on all FullStack swag bags, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on 500 FullStack swag bags
      • Exclusive to two swag bag sponsors only!

To discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact the team:

Thanks to our sponsors

Overview

Want to meet the international JavaScript community and learn and share skills with some of the world's top experts, hackers and makers? Find out about all the latest FullStack technologies and discover the latest best practices and ideas? Then come and join us at FullStack London!

Thank you!!!

Thank you for joining us at Fullstack 2015!! We had a terrific time, we hope you did too! A massive thanks to our great program committee, all speakers, sponsors and to everyone who joined us this year!

What's next

Thanks also to all those who joined us at the FullStackHack at CodeNode. FullStackHack. The hack took place alongside DroidconHack, Gamecraft and Lean Poker, so there was plenty of awesome people to meet, collaborate and work with!

Registration for 2016 is open!

FullStack 2016 will be held on July 13-15th, here at CodeNode. Registration is open already and if you book by November 6th, you'll pay just £195!

Help us create a great conference!

All Skills Matter conferences are created for and by the community. We would love to have your input and ideas on how next year should look like. If you like to help us this way, please contribute to our Call For Thoughts!

Follow us at #fullstackcon to hear all the latest news.

What happened at FullStack London 2015?

Speakers & Program

FullStack is crafted for and by the community and this year is no exception! We received lots of ideas, talks and feedback from our community this year, resulting in a program packed with talks and workshops on JavaScript, ES6, Angular, Node, Microservices and IoT. Find the full line-up here.

CodeNode, the venue

CodeNode is home to Skills Matter's developer community and the UK's largest venue dedicated to technology events, so we could not think of a better space to host FullStack. Find more details about the venue here.

FullStack 2015 was sold out! Registration for 2016 now open!

Fancy joining 400 fellow FullStack, web and IoT developers for 3 days of learning and sharing skills? We have only very few tickets left, so if you do, best to get your skates on and book your 2016 early bird ticket today! Register here.

Impressions of 2014

Programme

Day 1: 26th October

Monday

Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
00:00

Speakers' rooms will be announced throughout the day (each day)!

08:30

Arrival, Registration & Breakfast

09:25

Opening & Welcome

09:30

Keynote: The toxic side of free. Or: How I lost the love for my side project

Remy Sharp


JS-Bin github open-source
10:30

Coffee & Tea

10:45

Fully Reactive User Interfaces

Sébastien Cevey


imperative declarative live-coding UI-RxJS virtual-dom SystemJS javascript

New Generation of Front end Architectures

Luca Mezzalira


CSP clojure go ecmascript-6 generators javascript fullstack

How a couple of prototypers hacking on an enterprise CMS saved the day

Jolyon Russ


gulp ux-design javascript fullstack nodejs
11:15

Coffee & Tea

11:30

Progressive Enhancement Strategies

Simon McManus


enhancement javascript advances progressive-enhancement fullstack

The remarkable journey of a single web request

Aaron Kalin


web-request fun web-technologies fullstack

Scaling Node.js Applications with Microservices

Armagan Amcalar


rabbitmq nginx cote.js scaling microservices node.js
12:00

Coffee & Tea

12:15

Responsive sites with Material Design Lite

Sergio Gomes


google material-design material-design-lite fullstack

Performance Testing Crash Course

Dustin Whittle


performance crash testing siege locust.io bees-with-machine-guns google-pagespeed wbench fullstack

Introduction to writing native modules in Node.js

Stewart Addison


nan-native-abstraction-layer javascript fullstack nodejs
12:45

#FullStackCon Lunch

13:45

UX in the Emerging Reality

Matt Perry


ux emerging-reality virtual fullstack

2FA, WTF?

Phil Nash


2FA two-fact-auth hacking fullstack

WebRTC Reborn

Dan Jenkins


webRTC fullstack
14:15

Coffee & Tea

14:30

Blowing Out The Lamp

Oliver Rumbelow


NodeJS-API LAMP-stack api Holiday-Extras nodejs
2

Commit to secure software; How developers can own their own security

Tim Buntel and Paul Boss


nodejs secure security

Debugging your Node.js applications - tools and advice

Stewart Addison


node.js debugging fullstack
15:00

Coffee & Tea + Holiday Extras Raffles


holidayextras raffle fullstack
15:15

Workshop: hapines with devices

Wyatt Preul


internet-of-things IoT hapi fullstack

Workshop: IoT architecture with React and Flux

Peter Kowalczyk


flux react sam IoT fullstack

Workshop: PM2 to manage your micro service app & Keymetrics to monitor them

Alexandre Strzelewicz


Keymetrics PM2 nodejs
17:15

Drinks & Pizza

18:30
2

Have I Got Nodes For You: Pilot Episode

Dylan Beattie and Mark Rendle


quiz-show Bot-or-Not jargon-jeopardy quiz
19:30

#FullStackCon Party

Day 2: 27th October

Tuesday

Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
00:00

Speakers' rooms will be announced throughout the day (each day)!

08:30

Arrival, Registration & Breakfast

09:30

Keynote - Chrome DevTools Deep-dive

Addy Osmani


google fullstack
10:30

Coffee & Tea

10:45

NodeJS and Enterprise-world? - A case study of a real-time financial transactional system

Imre Fazekas


nodejs REST-backend fullstack

Building applications in ES6 today

Jack Franklin


ReactJS software-design angularjs javascript es6

The Web Is Getting Pushy

Phil Nash


fullstack
11:15

Coffee & Tea

11:30

Defend against the Caveman Coder

Kitson Kelly


js javascript

We fail to follow SemVer – and why it needn’t matter

Stephan Bönnemann


semver npm fullstack javascript

How to be an Awesome Open Source contributor

Christos Matskas


fullstack
12:00

Coffee & Tea

12:15

TypeScript - your regular JavaScript on steroids

Christos Matskas


typescript open-source fullstack javascript

Creating cool gaming resources with an in-browser code interpreter and game engine

Chris Brett


SVG-animation python Blockly rapid-router-game code-for-life fullstack javascript

Rapid Product Typing

Jan Lehnardt


frontend-API in-browser frontend couchdb node.js Hoodie-Open-Source open source user experience distributed systems databases fullstack
12:45

FullStack Lunch + and Clinic - Write Tests, Or Else? (the clinic will be taking place in Shift - downstairs)

Oliver Rumbelow


holidayextras clinic fullstack
13:45

Surviving Micro-services

Richard Rodger


microservices fullstack

Forging static sites with Metalsmith

David Boyer


static-sites Metalsmith node.js fullstack
13:45

CSS and the Internet of Things

Alex Owen


internet-of-things css IoT

JavaScript — Circus freaks and rascals

Gerard Sans


frontend fullstack javascript

Building generic game framework

Nenad Cikic


game-framework gambing gaming game
14:15

Coffee & Tea

14:30

The FullStack Education Paradox

Hannes Moser


agile-workflows Continuous-Delivery-with-docker ruby-on-rails Node.js/io.js university educations education fullstack

We are not Object-Oriented anymore, or why the node callback style is awesome

Matteo Collina


distributed-code object-oriented fullstack
14:30

Running and publishing ES2015 (formerly ES6) code today

James Allardice


javascript TC39 ECMAScript-2015 es6 ES2015

SideStack – Networked JavaScript Desktop Apps

David Mark Clements


Desktop-App SideStack bespoke-to-pdf PDF NW.js Bespoke fullstack javascript
15:00

Coffee & Tea + Holiday Extras Raffles


raffle holidayextras fullstack
15:15

Workshop: Build a working app in 2 hours with MeteorJS

Edward Upton


end-to-end Beta MeteorJS
2

Workshop: Tessel Hack

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay


tessel open-source IoT hardware APIs node

Workshop: Nodeschool

Ian Crowther


nodeschool node fullstack
17:15

End of #FullStackCon Day 2

Day 3: 28th October

Wednesday

Track Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Shift
00:00

Speakers' rooms will be announced throughout the day (each day)!

08:30

Arrival, Registration & Breakfast

09:30

Keynote: Ember: Building Production-Grade Web Apps Fast

Yehuda Katz


fullstack
10:30

Coffee & Tea

10:45

Microservices.js

Gergely Nemeth


json microservices.js api fullstack

Robocalypse: Controlling Nodebots with Kinect gestures

Joel Lord


node-bot Kinect-gesture socket.io Johnny-Five Ardunio-robot nodejs javascript fullstack

Physics Simulations from the Ground Up

Matthew Keas


WebGL-shaders filter-effects canvas 2d game animation-techniques DIY javascript

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


devops agile lean-startup continuous-development fullstack
11:15

Coffee & Tea

11:30

API Blueprint for API Design Lifecycle

Vincenzo Chianese


web-languages WebAPI APIBlueprint fullstack

Fluid development of mobile apps for IoT in JavaScript

Alex Jonsson


evothings IoT javascript

Using ES6 everywhere

Adam Klein


es6 coding nodejs fullstack

Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


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12:00

Coffee & Tea

12:15

Enterprise Interface Architecture

Tomasz Ducin


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Building actionable intelligence on the smart grid

Paul Kavanagh


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React and Three.js: React All The Things!

Peter O'Shaughnessy


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Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


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12:45

#FullStackCon Lunch

13:45

Keynote - Meet the Node.js Foundation

Danese Cooper


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14:45

Coffee & Tea

15:00

The Javascript Database for Javascript Developers

Mark Nadal


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Wrangling the Internet of Things using Node.js

Kirsten Hunter


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Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


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15:30

Coffee & Tea + Holiday Extras Raffles


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15:45

The Death of "Write Once, Run Everywhere"

Steve Lacy


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Civilising Bluetooth Low Energy: bringing BLE devices to the web

Jonathan Austin


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Full-stack BDD and its side effects

Alistair Stead


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Lean Poker

Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


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16:15

Coffee & Tea

16:30

Workshop: Developing Micro-services

Peter Elger


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Workshop: Espruino

Gordon Williams


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Workshop: Code like a Kid: How we & the BBC made coding instantly accessible to children

Andrew Moss and Jenny Brennan


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Rafael Ördög (aka DeVill)


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18:30

FullStack 2015 Wrap Up


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Venue

CodeNode

In August 2015, Skills Matter opened the doors to CodeNode, our new 23,000 sqft Tech Events and Community venue. CodeNode provides fantastic meetup, conference, training and collaboration spaces with unrivalled technology capabilities for our tech, digital and developer communities - a long held dream coming true !

With fantastic transport links and located in the heart of London's Tech City, we could not think of a better location for our 60,000 strong engineering community!

With seven event rooms, including a 300 seater lecture room, thousands more community members will be able to visit CodeNode to learn and share skills, code and collaborate on projects.

CodeNode features a 5,000 sqft break-out space, complete with fully-licensed bar, plenty of power sockets, meeting and collaboration spaces and entertainment areas.

CodeNode will also see the opening of a permanent Hack Space, stacked with microprocessors and the latest tools and devices to play with. A community film studio will be opening too, which you can use to record any tutorials or demo's you may want to share with our community.

If you're interested in hiring CodeNode for your upcoming event, check out more details here.

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A big thanks

FullStack is an independent conference organised for and by the community. This year's program was put together, thanks to your tremendous response to our Call For Thoughts, and with the help from Cian O'Maidin (NearForm), Rob Moran (ARM), Robert Rees (Guardian), Sarah Clark (Google) and other members of our JavaScript, Node and Angular community.

Community Pages

Fringe

With so many great events taking place during and around FullStack 2015, we thought it would be useful to put together a list of JavaScript, Web & IoT related events and parties, taking place in and around Londond in October & November. Follow #fullstackcon to stay close to the FullStack action!

Have an event to add to this FullStack London Fringe Events & Party Guide? Send it here and we’ll put it on the list.

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AppForum2015 - at CodeNode on October 13-14th

AppForum2015 - the must attend event for developers' with a passion for the Connected Enterprise & Smart IoT - provides the perfect venue for developers to discover, in a single event, the latest tools, platforms, products and technologies that can help you architect enterprise-centric next generation solutions. Might like to sign up for this event? Find a full program and tickets here.

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Embercamp London 2015 - at CodeNode in London on October 29th

Embercamp will be hosting 150+ of the world’s top Ember developers for a full day of Ember talks by Core Team and Community members. If you’re looking to make new Ember friends, get the scoop on what's coming next, or to hire Ember talent, EmberCamp London is the place to be. Join us on October 29th.

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Droidcon London 2015 - at the BDC in London on October 29-30th

Europe's largest Android developer conference returns to London this October. Hosted in the heart of London at the Business Design Centre, Droidcon London 2015 is set to be the best year yet. We've got a brilliant event line-up, jammed full of the latest developments in Android technologies. Tickets are selling fast so book today to be sure not to miss out!

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FullStackHack 2015 - at CodeNode, on October 31st to November 1st

We hope FullStack London 2015 will inspire you with lots of new ideas. If you fancy getting stuck in straight away, join fellow FullStack attendees and some of the most talented hackers, makers and developers, for the traditional, weekend-long FullStackHack and create something amazing! Come along to have some fun experimenting with the latest Javascript and web technologies, get your hands dirty coding on some pretty cool gadgets and devices, whilst having a chance to win some of the awesome prizes awarded by our FullStackHack challengers and supporters. Participation is free for registered attendees, and you can register here.

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Amazon Appstore Developer Summit - at CodeNode, on November 3rd

The Amazon Appstore Developer Summit is for Android and HTML5 developers who want to gain unique insights into the Appstore eco-system, emerging user interfaces that are driving new user behaviours, and disruptive new business models that are opening up opportunities for customers and the developer community. Join to see talks and workshops by developer guest speakers, from disruptive start-ups to established consumer brands, who are at the forefront of innovation in their market segments. Like the sound of that? Find out more here.

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HALFSTACK. JAVASCRIPT. IN A PUB. NOV. 13, 2015

For five years, we've had regular JavaScript meetup events. And then we spend time in the pub discussing JavaScript some more. On November 13th, we're flipping this around and bringing the talks to a pub in the Shoreditch area. Talks will include a variety of modern front-end development topics (ES6, TypeScript, React.js, Polymer, Dojo 2, and much more) from leading speakers based primarily in London. Find out more here.

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Sponsors

Thanks to our sponsors

Skills Matter's community conferences are made possible thanks to our passionate community - who constantly feed us with their ideas - and thanks to the generous support of our amazing partners, who help us keep tickets affordable, organize great workshops and are keen to meet you at their booths, to share their projects, tools and frameworks with you.

To learn more about our partners, click on their logo!

Sponsor Fullstack 2015

  • Would you like to join the world's top innovators, hackers and experts in JavaScript, Node and IoT?
  • Want to demo, discuss and share your projects, devices and tools with a 400 strong community of passionate developers?
  • Keen to associate your brand with a superbly organised conference in the heart of London, Europe's technology and startup capital?

Whether you are seeking to improve visibility of your tools, devices or projects, or simply would like to support the FullStack's passionate community through your engagement, our team will be able to help you select the best sponsorship package for you! Email sales@skillsmatter.com or phone 0207 183 9040.

Available Packages

    • 64-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Engage with the FullStack community! Show off your team, projects, tools or devices at your FullStack conference booth!

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      Engagement Benefits
      • Your own booth at FullStack (3m x 1.5m)
      • Your sponsored message with hot linked logo in the FullStack post-conference newsletter
      • Two items (leaflet, device, pen or notepad) included in all FullStack swag bags
      • 5 free tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).
    • 32-BIT SPONSORSHIP
    • Brand Visibility Benefits
      Engagement Benefits
      • Your own booth at FullStack (1.5m x 1.5m)
      • Your sponsored message with hot linked logo in the FullStack post-conference newsletter
      • One item (leaflet, device, pen or notepad) included in all FullStack swag bags
      • 2 free tickets to the conference which you can gift to your clients, your engineering team or members of Computing At School (teachers learning computing to teach the new National Computing Curriculum).


    • EXCLUSIVE FULLSTACK T-SHIRT SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on all FullStack T-shirts, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits

      • Your logo on 500 FullStack t-shirts
      • exclusive to one sponsor: space for both logo's solely dedicated to your branding or logo.
    • SPONSOR THE FULLSTACK 2015 PARTY!
    • Be remembered by all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending the party this year! Have your logo printed on the FullStack 2015 Party beer mats and on highly visible party posters and pop-up banners, which are bound to feature in lots of pictures this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo displayed on the FullStack 2015 party beer mats and on the party table pop-up banners;
      • Five free tickets to the FullStack 2015 Party, which you can gift to your clients and team members;
      • Your logo (small) on all in-venue conference banners and on the FullStack 2015 Sponsor web pages;
      • Your own dedicated partner page on skillsmatter.com;
      • Exclusive to two party sponsors only!
    • FULLSTACK T-SHIRT SPONSORSHIP
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on all FullStack T-shirts, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on 500 FullStack t-shirts
      • Exclusive to two t-shirt sponsors only!
    • SPONSOR THE FULLSTACK 2015 ATTENDEE BAGS!
    • Be remembered! Have your logo printed on all FullStack swag bags, provided to all conference attendees, speakers and sponsors attending this year.

      Brand Visibility Benefits
      • Your logo on 500 FullStack swag bags
      • Exclusive to two swag bag sponsors only!

To discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact the team:

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