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3 DAY CONFERENCE

FullStack 2016 - the conference on JavaScript, Node & Internet of Things

Topics covered at #fullstackcon

Wednesday, 13th - Friday, 15th July at CodeNode, London

74 experts. will be speaking. Starts at 9:00 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!

Thanks for joining us at FullStack London on July 13-15th 2016 - SOLD OUT!

FullStack 2017's website is now LIVE - find out more here.

Thanks to everyone's thoughts, input and talk proposals, we've been able to curate a fantastic programme of talks, workshops and discussions.

Check out FullStack 2016's Highlights and Conversations with speakers here!


Highlights include;

* keynotes by Christian Heilmann, Yehuda Katz, Forbes Lindesay, Pete LePage, Todd Motto;

* Have I Got Nodes For You - a quiz show by the great Mark Rendle and Dylan Beattie;

* hands-on workshops on Tessel 2, Angular2, VR, Interactive Numeric Computing with NodeJs and Javascript and Espruino;

* talks on JavaScript, ES6, CSS3, IoT, Machine Learning, Functional Programming, Software Craftsmanship, Testing and various frameworks including D3js, React, Angular, Node, Babylon, Ember and more...

Win amazing Tessel and Espruino prizes at FullStack 2016!

There's also a chance to win amazing Tessel and Espruino prizes during the workshops led by Kelsey Breseman, Jon McKay and Gordon Williams. Find out more here.

Follow #fullstackcon on twitter and let us know what you think!

Tickets

Registration is open and we have some great Early Bird offers available so if you are planning to join us for three days packed with Fullstack fun, get your skates on and book your ticket today!

Impressions of last year

Day 1: Wednesday 13th July

Rooms for day 1 have now been fully allocated! See the detailed programme below.

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08:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:15

Welcome to #fullstackcon 2016

09:30

Progressing JavaScript and Apps the Web way…

Christian Heilmann


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10:30

Coffee & Tea Break

10:45

Building React Components Library

Robert Haritonov


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Event-Sourcing your React-Redux applications

Maurice de Beijer


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Bluetooth for Web Developers: programming flying robots with JavaScript

Peter O'Shaughnessy


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Better JSON through streams

Juan Caicedo


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Data Science for Fun and Profit

Gary Short


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11:30

Coffee & Tea Break

11:45

Effective JavaScript Debugging With Chrome DevTools

Matt Zeunert


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From callback to promises and beyond

Vincenzo Chianese


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There Still be Dragons in the New JavaScript

Scott Allen


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Going Commando - A serverless multiplayer game

Opher Vishnia


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JSON Schema: More than just data validation

Jason Green


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12:30

Lunch

13:45

Keynote

Yehuda Katz


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14:45

Coffee & Tea Break

15:00

What could go wrong? Moving 80 Million Users to React, Redux, & NodeJS

Gregory Wild-Smith


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3

​Redux: Try this for size

Julia Mitchelmore, Rajiv Bose, and Eric Juta


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In Your Face: VR is here and it wants to play

Shaun Dunne


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Meteor: The reactive and realtime stack

Mark Drew


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Reconstructing the web with Polymer

Komal Jain


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15:45

Coffee & Tea Break

16:00

Powering the Euros @ BBC

Ben Lambert


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Introduction to Angular using ES2015

Jad Joubran


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Load Balancing is Impossible

Tyler McMullen


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2

The Bad Guys Have Your Pacemaker: How to Stop Attacks on Your IoT Devices

Sam Headrick and Ian Spiro


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Surviving Web Security

Gergely Nemeth


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16:45

Coffee & Tea Break

17:00

An introduction to Service Workers

Phil Nash


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Moving Pictures - on web Video and Interactivity

Opher Vishnia


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Distributed consensus using Raft, Node, and fuzz testing

Mark Wubben


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A Case for Integrity: JavaScript Apps Should Have it Too

Pedro Fortuna


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Developing for the Unknown

Ashley Nolan


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17:45

Beer & Pizza leading to...

18:30
2

Have I Got Nodes For You!

Dylan Beattie and Mark Rendle


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19:30

#fullstackcon Party!

21:00

End of #fullstackcon Day 1

Day 2: Thursday 14th July

All schedule is up now! Enjoy an amazing day 2 of #fullstackcon!

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08:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:15

Welcome to #fullstackcon 2016

09:30

Keynote: Component architecture and Angular 2

Todd Motto


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10:30

Coffee & Tea Break

10:45

Blazing fast CSS3 transitions

Jad Joubran


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How ES6 and TypeScript have greatly improved Dojo 2

Dylan Schiemann


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Keeping it fast: microservice instrumentation with Zipnish

Federico Schwindt


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Becoming a Polyglot

Kirsten Hunter


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Babylon.js' new Physics Plugin Architecture

Raanan Weber


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11:30

Coffee & Tea Break

11:45

Lightweight libraries with Rollup, Riot and Redux

Cristiano Betta


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AngularJs evolution - from heedless meddler to superheroic assistant

Miloš Bošković


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2

JSON Schema - the good, the bad and the ugly

Maximilian Koegel and Edgar Mueller


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Biological Modeling, Powered by AngularJS

Gil Fink


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Robots, Code and People

Kassandra Perch


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12:30

Lunch

13:45

What Makes a Good Developer

Claire Tran


fullstack fullstackcon testing not-just-code passion teamwork software-practices

Batch execution of existing endpoints and services with JSONScript

Evgeny Poberezkin


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Got 10 minutes to learn ES2015?

Jad Joubran


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3

Talking to Sensors: Fundamentals of DIgital Communication

Kelsey Breseman, Jon McKay, and Rob Moran


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14:00

Using React to drive change at a car maker.

Richard McMenamin


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You need a working backend in no time (and life is actually beautiful)

Luca Marchesini


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5 Minute Backend with Node and Syncano

Todd Wacker


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14:15

Dev interviews - You’re doing it wrong

Guy Nesher


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Don't be scared of git

Mike Lewis


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Demystifying HTTP security headers

Niklas Lindblad


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14:30

Coffee & Tea Break

14:45

Workshop: Angular 2

Gerard Sans


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Workshop: Interactive numeric computing with Node.js and JavaScript

Athan Reines


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2

Workshop: Tessel 2 (part 1)

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay


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Workshop: Espruino (part 1)

Gordon Williams


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Workshop: Bring your app into VR

Macy Kuang


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14:50
2

Workshop: Tessel 2 (part 2)

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay


Workshop: Espruino (part 2)

Gordon Williams


17:45

End of #fullstackcon Day 2

Day 3: Friday 15th July

Rooms have been allocated for all talks! :)

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08:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:15

Welcome to #fullstackcon 2016

09:30

Keynote: Data Fetching in React

Forbes Lindesay


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10:30

Coffee & Tea Break

10:45

Serverless: the future of software architecture

Peter Sbarski


serverless aws-lambda front-end api javascript fullstackcon fullstack

NeuroJavaScript: Real-Time Brainwaves

Alex Castillo


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Let's make a premiere? Polymer Native - native apps in JS with less boilerplate and hassle

Denis Radin


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Controlling the Internet of Things with the Web

Stephen Young


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From Amdahl to Zipf: the Physics of Software Projects

Dylan Beattie


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11:30

Coffee & Tea Break

11:45

Universal JavaScript

Jack Franklin


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The differing ways to monitor and instrument

Jonah Kowall


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Let's liberate Frontend: Backend-less Development revisited

Tomasz Ducin


back-end front-end restful api json json-schema angularjs sinonjs fullstackcon fullstack

Git as a database

Kirsten Hunter


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Following through with animation

Opher Vishnia


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12:30

Lunch

13:45

Keynote: Progressive Web Apps

Pete LePage


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14:45

Coffee & Tea Break

15:00

Thinking offline

Phil Nash


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Zen And The Art Of UX Design

David Vogel


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Automating documentation on JavaScript projects

Marcos Iglesias Valle


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How we made Angular 2 fast

Tobias Bosch


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Webmasters, Full Stack Developers, and Other Legendary Creatures

Dylan Beattie


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15:45

Coffee & Tea Break

16:00

Functional Typescript

Francisco Ferreira


typescript callback promise javascript fullstack

Lessons learnt from Functional Programming with Haskell and Elm

Jon Kelly


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7 habits of highly ineffective developers

Kitson Kelly


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FullStack DevOps

Alex Fernández


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Staying ahead of the pack

Opher Vishnia


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16:45

Coffee & Tea Break

17:00

The Things That I Like Are Superior To The Things That You Like

Mark Rendle


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17:45

#fullstackcon Closing Ceremony, Awards and Wrap Up


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Thanks to everyone for a fantastic FullStack 2016

We're delighted to welcome a fantastic range of experts and sponsors to this year's conference. On these pages, you'll find a heads-up on some of the content they'll be sharing at the third edition of FullStack in London this year.


A thank you note from Yoox Net A Porter

"It was great to chat with so many passionate devs at #FullStackCon last week. If you’d like to know more about how we’re pushing the boundaries of FE tech in fashion, or you’re interested in pushing your own boundaries by joining our team, contact me today at tony.soper@net-a-porter.com!"

A thank you note from Gumtree

"Great to meet so many great people at FullStack last week! It was great to be a part of FullStack and the Skillsmatter community this year and enjoyed meeting you all. We’re passionate about Technology and people and want to build great engineering teams. We believe in delivering a great user experience for our customers, striving to improve our product and systems is what we do. Lots of things are happening here (tech workshops, hackathons or pulling trucks - just to name a few), you can check us out on Twitter @GumtreeDevTeam. Also, Gumtree is hiring, we are looking for passionate engineers for all roles, please contact us!"

A thank you note from Pusher

"It was great to meet so many people at Fullstack last week! A big thank you to everyone who came to chat to us and special thanks to those who entered our Red Button competition! Congratulations to Gareth for taking the BB8 home :) If you didn't get a chance to hear what we do; we're a hosted realtime API, we make it mega-simple to add realtime functionality to your apps. You can use us for tonnes of stuff - chat, live data visualisation, collaboration, data-syncing & even red buttons! If you'd like to learn more: * Our developer page - find some use cases and links to our docs * Our front-end quickstart We'd love to stay in touch - say hi to Ben, Jack and Olia on twitter, and follow @Pusher for news and updates about our service. Hope to see you next year!"

A thank you note from IG

A team of people from IG attended this year’s Fullstack Conference as attendees and exhibitors and came back full of praise for the event. Speaking after the conference, one of our developers said: “I really liked Dylan Schliemann’s talk on the history of ECMAScript. Fast paced with a good level of detail, I found it really quite inspiring.” Commenting on Athan Reines’ workshop, another IG attendee said: “This was a brilliant workshop delving deep into the world of maths and JavaScript. It also provided a history lesson in expressing data and an intriguing comparison of different programming languages and libraries.” For those of you who couldn't meet us at the event, IG is the headline sponsor for the Fintech hackathon on 16-18 September. We hope to catch you there."

A thank you note from Varnish

"Most FullStack participants know that intelligent web caching can deliver performance improvements, hardware savings and stability for your web properties. Maybe you had the chance to meet with Varnish Software at the FullStackCon and found out more about Varnish, caching and Varnish Cache. You may also know, as you’ve gotten to know Varnish, that it can be used for a lot more than caching. But if you’re just getting started, or are refining your Varnish implementation, you can get inside insight by registering to attend our webinar 10 Varnish Cache mistakes & how to avoid them on August 16th, delivered by our founder and CTO, Per Buer. We invite you to learn more by watching the live webinar."

A thank you note from eSynergy

"Great to meet so many passionate FullStack developers @SkillsMatter this week! Our mission is to build awesome engineering teams – so whether you’re looking for your next gig or for a tech rockstar to join your team, contact us today to see how we can help."

A thank you note from Schibsted

"The team at Schibsted got to speak to 130 Software Engineers over the course of three days at Full Stack 2016; although some people knew about Schibsted, many didn't. As a result, we're organising an open-house event next Wednesday evening in our office, so people can talk to our engineers, and learn more about us and what we're building here. You can register . Thank you for taking the time out to visit us!"





Espruino Challenge - Join Gordon Williams and Ruth John for a chance to win amazing prizes!


Learn how to get started with JavaScript on Hardware using Espruino microcontrollers. You'll learn how to connect an LCD display, buttons and speakers and make a self-contained device, and then it's up to you to create whatever you want. This year's theme is Games - come up with the best game by the end of the 3-hour workshop to win a prize! A panel of judges (formed by Gordon Williams, Ruth John, and Rob Moran from ARM) will pick up the winners.

IMPORTANT - Bring your own laptop if you're planning to attend this session (with a USB Type A extension lead).

Be ready to work in a team as spare parts might not be enough.


Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay (Tessel) invite you to take part at the challenge they've set up for you!


Come learn how to use Node.js on electronics with the recently released Tessel 2. You'll work in small groups to learn how to read sensor data from Tessel modules and how to integrate that data with the web. Teams will then work on their own projects. The teams that build the most interesting and useful IoT applications will get to take Tessels home as prizes (as chosen by a panel of judges).

IMPORTANT - You will need your laptop and an LTS version of Node (4.x) already installed.

Be ready to work in a team as spare parts might not be enough.

Excited? Ready to take home the amazing stuff you've created? Kick off the conversation on the FullStack 2016 G+ page, engage with fellow developers, build up your teams, and start discussing ideas on how to win these challenges!


Have I Got Nodes For You!

What: The comedy quiz show about software, programming, the internet and technology. You've seen it at BuildStuff, you've seen it at NDC; now, join Mark Rendle, Dylan Beattie and our guests as we return to SkillsMatter's CodeNode for an hour of technology, trivia, bizarre programming facts, missing words and Twitter bots.

When: Wednesday 13 July, 18:30-19:30

Where: CodeNode, Skills Matter's new home

More info: FullStack 2016 Programme Page.


Join Peter Sbarski as he unveils the mysteries of serverless architecture and much more... only at FullStack 2016!

I am excited to joining FullStack 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on serverless technologies and what I see as the future of software architecture.

The best thing about being part of the fullstack community at FullStack 2016 is having a chance to discuss ideas with people who are passionate about technology.

At FullStack 2016 I most looking forward to learning about advances in JavaScript and IoT.


My talk will be enjoyed by developers and solution architects because it will describe new ways of building elastic, scalable, and high-perfoming applications without having to run or manage traditional infrastructure.

I think the the most anticipated/exciting development for the fullstack community over the next 12 months will be serverless architecture... but I could be slightly biased :)

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Google's Pete LePage on the future of the Web and much more - Keynote speaker at FullStack 2016!

I am excited to joining FullStack 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on Progressive Web Apps and how to make the web a better place.

For me, the best thing about being part of the Fullstack community at is learning from each other. It's great to be able to bounce ideas of fellows developers and also meet amazing people I along the way.

At FullStack 2016 I am most looking forward to learning about the power of the service worker! I think the most anticipated and exciting development for the FullStack community over the next 12 months will be service workers.



My keynote will be enjoyed by web devs the most as I'm a big believer that the web is where it's at! That's my area of expertise and so of course my talk will be most focused on this – there'll hopefully be something for everyone too though!

So looking forward to being there in July - I have no doubt it's going to be a great event!

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay are back for the third time in a row at FullStack London! Here's why their Tessel 2 workshop is not to be missed!

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay, two of the leaders of the open source Tessel Project, are excited to be joining Fullstack again this July! Tessel has been present at every Fullstack conference so far, and it has been a wonderful opportunity to spend time with some of the leading programmers in the UK.

One of the things we particularly like about Fullstack is the strong presence of hardware at a JavaScript conference; from the first, there have been talks by people from ARM, Gordon Williams of Espruino, and more. We love to watch the excitement of web developers and budding developers for the IoT get their hands on hardware and begin to experiment with the possibilities.

This year, we are excited to be working with the Tessel 2 and the host of new capabilities it makes possible, including USB webcams and Tessel as its own wireless access point.

We hope to see people come to our workshop with ideas for what to build. One of the most exciting things about creating hardware for web developers is that the developers already know the value of open source Node modules for creating complex projects quickly. This lets prepared developers add Tessel to existing projects as just another layer of the stack: a new physical component to browser-based games, sensing and actuation to create reactive environments settable through web interfaces, and Tessels that communicate with existing devices over Wifi and BLE.

The Tessel 2 workshop at Fullstack this summer should be one of the best yet. We can't wait to see what you make!

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Phil Nash tells us why FullStack is a great conference to learn, share and discover all things JavaScript!

I am excited to joining ​FullStack​ 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on service workers and how we move to an offline capable web.

The best thing about being part of the ​fullstack​ community at ​FullStack 2016​ is getting to spend three whole days meeting and learning from talented developers from all over the world.

At ​FullStack 2016​ I most looking forward to learning about all the new places JavaScript is going from new directions in the front end to IoT and everything in between.

I think the the most anticipated/exciting development for the ​fullstack​ community over the next 12 months will be server side rendering.

See you at FullStack 2016!

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Angular Champion Jad Joubran is excited to be part of FullStack 2016 - and so we are! We asked him why.

I am excited to joining ​FullStack​ 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on Angular & ES2015 (ES 6). I am sure that attendees will enjoy writing ES6 code from now on. And if you're looking to upgrade your angular skills, make sure to attend these talks!

Considering the high profile network that FullStack London has created for 2016, I can't wait to attend other talks and learn from them. I've already decided which talks I want to attend!

My motivation comes from the work done by the community and I think that it's very exciting to be sharing it with the other speakers & attendees.

I am also looking forward to present the "Blazing fast CSS3 transitions" talk which is really fit for everyone. Whether you've never heard of CSS3 or you've used them in production before, there will be something new for you to enjoy!
See you in London!

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Opher Vishnia will be inspiring you with not one, not two, not three but FOUR talks at FullStack 2016 - have you decided which one(s) to attend yet?

I am excited to be joining ​FullStack​ 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on that fun place where design and interactivity meets software development on the web: games, animation, video and other cool and shiny things!

The best thing about being part of the ​fullstack​ community at ​FullStack 2016​ is being able to share and learn from like-minded professionals in a positive, encouraging atmosphere

At ​FullStack 2016​ I most looking forward to learning about new and emerging technologies: VR, JavaScript in the physical world and JavaScript in the brain(!)

My talks will be by enjoyed designers, developers and anyone in between because they're going to be fun, positive and educational!
I think the most anticipated/exciting development for the ​fullstack​ community over the next 12 months will be increased collaboration between different companies, libraries and technologies. This is the year for everyone to come together and make the web even more awesome!

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Join Gordon Williams for a workshop on Espruino at FullStack London!

I am excited to joining ​FullStack​ 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on IoT and JavaScript on Embedded devices.

The best thing about being part of the ​fullstack​ community at ​FullStack 2016​ is the huge range of attendees - in previous years it's been a great way to meet people who are really at the forefront of their areas.

At ​FullStack 2016​ I'm most looking forward to learning about IoT, WebGL, and WebVR.

My workshop will be enjoyed by a range of JavaScript developers, as they'll be able to use their existing skills to make things happen in the real world.

I think the the most exciting development for the ​fullstack​ community over the next 12 months will be Web Bluetooth, as it'll give websites access to devices in the real world - finally allowing IoT apps to be written in a platform-independent way.

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


The SitePen man himself and FullStack's Programme Committee member Dylan Schiemann is happy and proud to be part of FullStack 2016!

I am excited to joining ​FullStack​ 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on ES6, TypeScript and their impact on creating Dojo 2.

The best thing about being part of the fullstack​ community at FullStack 2016​ is that FullStack has emerged as the premiere London JavaScript conference, and being able to talk with so many excellent JavaScript minds in one place is very rewarding.

At FullStack 2016​ I most looking forward to learning about emerging approaches taken by developers that work on projects outside of my normal areas of focus.

My talk will be enjoyed back by any audience because I manage to cover both introductory and advanced principles, while telling an engaging story along the way.

I think the the most anticipated/exciting development for the fullstack​ community over the next 12 months will be... the maturity of our usage of ES6 and/or TypeScript, and the new patterns and approaches that emerge as a result.

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Julia Mitchelmore shares more on joining FullStack's line-up of experts that "shape what and how we write code in the future"!

I am excited to joining FullStack 2016 where my colleagues and I will be sharing our thoughts and experiences about implementing Redux at scale, and all the frustrations we have had along the way.

The best thing about being part of the fullstack community at FullStack 2016 is joining the ranks of industry-leading developers and engineers who are working to shape what and how we write code in the future.

At FullStack 2016​ I most looking forward to learning about emerging approaches taken by developers that work on projects outside of my normal areas of focus.


My talk will be enjoyed by developers with some experience using React or Redux because it will examine shared concerns with the framework, and highlight key learnings that they can apply to their own projects.

I think the the most anticipated/exciting development for the fullstack community over the next 12 months will be the extension of web functionality to create progressive web apps capable of competing with native platforms, eg. web push notifications, background processing etc.

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Komal Jain shares on the many new things there are to learn at FullStack 2016!

I am excited to join FullStack​ 2016 ​where I will be sharing my thoughts on PolymerJS, webcomponents, front end design techniques etc. The best part of being part of fullstack community at FullStack 2016 is getting to know so many people who are experts in the field, being able to attend pretty awesome talks, getting to know different thought processes of some great speakers and being able to impart my thoughts and ideas and learning with such a great community.

At FullStack 2016 I most look forward to learn about new ideas, technologies, different solutions to the problems, meeting people of our community, workshops, learn more about real-life case studies etc.

My talk will be enjoyed back by audience from front­end engineers, fullstack developers, UI designers with knowledge of Javascript and Angular.

I think the the most anticipated and exciting development for the fullstack community over the next 12 months will be uncomplicating front­end development and generate more confidence in the non­JS dev community about the fantastic work going on to make the “front­end” more “robust”.

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Excited for Gerard Sans' workshop on Angular 2? He sure is! See what he has planned for FullStack 2016

Yay! I am really excited about FullStack 2016!

During the conference I am looking forward to learn everything JavaScript, Node, Iot and get my hands into VR!

During my workshop I will be sharing my love for Angular 2 and I will try to explain what Angular 2 brings to modern Front End development. There will be a lot of coding and learning while having fun with like minded devs! Did I mention Angular 2 stickers?!? =)

Clear your agenda and switch off your phone. We are going to be busy for two hours so we can squeeze the best out of Angular 2! How does that sound to you?

Wanna find out more? Jump to the Programme Page!


Alex Fernández shares his favourite things about FullStack past and present!

I am so happy to speak at FullStack 2016, where I will be talking about two of my favourite topics together: DevOps and JavaScript. Up until now few people have worked in the intersection of both, but things are starting to look bright with new packages for deployment and systems administration written in Node.js. And of course there are lots of packages for writing custom DevOps code.

I hope to engage developers that want to help deploy, administer and monitor their code, and engineers that just care about solving business needs in the most efficient fashion. I honestly think that JavaScript (and Node.js in particular) is very well suited as a language for DevOps, and needs to reclaim its position in that space from the likes of Java and Go.


I have had the opportunity to attend a few of the events organised by Skills Matter, like Denormalised London or past editions of FullStack 201x. They have always been most interesting, opening new perspectives and allowing me to meet great people that do amazing things. I hope FullStack 2016 will be even more inspiring.

A very intriguing thing about JavaScript is that you can always discover new subtleties in the language, no matter how long you have been using it. With newer versions of the standard things are guaranteed to get interesting. The ecosystem around the language is as vibrant as always, if not more. What some see as a weakness ("chasing the framework du jour") I see as a definite strength: a truly Darwinian environment where many frameworks compete for the top spot and are regularly displaced by new entrants. I hope that this diversity will reach DevOps frameworks too in the next few months.

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Join Gil Fink for his talk 'Biological Modeling, Powered by AngularJS' at FullStack 2016!


I am excited to joining FullStack 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on how I combined SVG and AngularJS together to build biological modeling app.

The best thing about being part of the JavaScript community at FullStack is the opportunity to meet other passionate developers who share the same passion that I have.

At FullStack 2016, I most look forward to learning about new evolving full stack JavaScript technologies and emerging approaches to develop JavaScript oriented apps.

My talk will be enjoyed by anyone who wants build non standard apps with some SVG flavor.

I'm looking forward to see all of you and don't hesitate to catch me for a talk during the conference

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Why is Jack Franklin so excited about FullStack 2016? Find out here!





I am excited to joining FullStack 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on Universal JavaScript and the benefits that it gives our users who interact with our application. We can give them a much better, faster and progressive experience taking into account their internet connection and device's capabilities.

The best thing about being part of the JavaScript community at FullStack is that it's a great place to hear from a number of developers and speak to a likeminded crowed about a number of interests shared by most of the people in the room.

At FullStack 2016, I most look forward to learning about everything! This is a bit of a cop out answer but at a conference like FullStack with such a focus on JavaScript it's great to have a variety of talks on subjects from Ember through to React, Elm, Haskell and others. It's great to sit back and take it all in.

My talk will be enjoyed by people who are building single page JavaScript applications but worry about alienating users without a capable JavaScript browser. It focuses on ReactJS but the ideas translate across all JS frameworks. If people are interested in how JavaScript application development is changing then I think this is a good talk to come to.

I think the most anticipated/exciting development for the JavaScript community over the next 12 months will be the evolution of frameworks and the entire community to building on the server by default. This, coupled with the work on Progressive Web Applications will enable us to offer such a better experience to all users on the web.

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Vincenzo Chianese shares what he's looking forward to at FullStack 2016!





I am excited to joining ​FullStack​ 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on handling asynchronous flow in Javascript avoid callbacks and having a look to new tools.

The best thing about being part of the ​fullstack​ community at ​FullStack 2016​ is getting in touch with superstars on Javascript and related technologies, as well with beginners and intermediate programmers. You will be a teacher and a student at the same time!

At ​FullStack 2016​ I most looking forward to learning about techniques to make React components reusable for real; that’s where, today, developers use to fail.

I think the the most anticipated/exciting development for the ​fullstack​ community over the next 12 months will be about applying Javascript into real IoT applications

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Interested in debugging with Chrome DevTools? Then check out Matt Zeunert at FullStack 2016!





I am excited to join FullStack 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on JavaScript debugging.

The best thing about being part of the JavaScript community at FullStack is meeting other developers and finding out about their real-world experiences with different technologies.

At FullStack 2016, I most look forward to learning about app architecture.

My talk will be enjoyed by front-end developers who use Chrome DevTools and want to get even more out of it

I think the most anticipated development for the JavaScript community over the next 12 months will be improved native ES2015 support and better tooling for compiled code.

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Jon Kelly on Functional programming and all the things at FullStack 2016!





I am delighted to join FullStack 2016 where I will be sharing my thoughts on the benefits of a functional programming approach and where it is relevant. Functional programming and associated concepts can create astoundingly resilient browser applications. It is also fascinating to see how much easier it can be to debug these programs.

Functional programming is also an efficient and powerful way to program IoT devices. We will look at some fun gadgets built on the esp8266 (a wifi device that costs the price of a sandwich), which run programs and mini-games, all written in a functional language.

The talk will show that many areas of FP are already familiar to Javascript coders (some key ES2015 features come directly from FP languages), and cover how to deal with some common obstacles for programmers who feel relatively new to this way of coding.

It will be great to be part of the JavaScript community at FullStack, where everyone is learning and sharing new ideas and perspectives in an energetic postive environment. We are all continual learners, but sometimes on our own that process can be slow. At FullStack, over several days, we get all the benefits of learning as a group, and learn at warp speed!

Personally, I look forward to learning a great deal at FullStack 2016 - progress with the off-line web, new Iot devices, exciting new Nodejs packages, and what the new frameworks have to offer.

My own talk will be enjoyable for everyone who’d like to know how to stop their programs crashing with run-time errors (ever again!), or not to fail quietly with unheard issues in the console. It is for people who are interested in new ideas, but have been put off by too much emphasis on academic theory. It will also discuss honestly some potential difficulties, so people can make their own judgements. Anyone who enjoys interactive IoT gadgets with lights and mini-games will see some of those and find out that FP has a role to play in this area.

For me some of the most exciting developments for the JavaScript community over the next 12 months will be ideas such as uni-directional data and data streams (e.g. Redux and RxJs), and resilient programs becoming part of the mainstream coding environment. Rather than having to pick a specific language or framework because of these ideas, they will increasingly exist in all environments.

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Learn how to transfer large JSON through streams with Juan Caicedo at FullStack 2016!





Web applications that work with large amounts of data pose some very interesting technical challenges. I’m excited to share my thoughts on how we can improve user experience and application performace through streaming data transfer.

Anyone that has ever wanted a lot power and flexibility from AJAX requests will enjoy this talk!

The best thing about being part of the JavaScript community at FullStack is realizing how many smart people there are in our industry and how many new things they can teach us.

This year at FullStack, I’m most excited to learn about containerized dev ops and server-less architectures. And anything Yehuda Katz wants to tell us about!

I think the most exciting thing for the javascript community in the near future is destructuring assignment and native modules. At least that is what will most clean up my code ;)

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Luca Marchesini from Kuzzle shares what he's looking foward to at FullStack 2016!





I’m very excited to be part of it: all the talks have such a futuristic fingerprint and, honestly, the stakes are super high. We’ll have the pleasure to meet a world-class star like Yehuda Katz for the Day 1 keynote (I’m still looking for my jaws on the floor) and the other speakers won’t be less relevant: we’ll be hearing talks about the future of Javascript, Data Science, React and Redux, Web VR, Serverless architectures, Progressive Web Apps, Functional Programming and much more!

I’ll be talking about Kuzzle.io and the way it solves the problems of Backends As A Service without losing their benefits, speeding up the kick-start of your projects and letting your focus on your UX (basically, how it makes your life really beautiful :) )

I have no doubt: the future is here, come meet it in London on July 14th, we’ll be glad to shake hands

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Find out why Marcos Iglesias is excited for FullStack 2016!





I am super excited of being part of Skills Matter’s FullStack 2016! I can’t wait to get a pulse of the new projects and initiatives on the JavaScript community for this year, sharing impressions and making new connections with interesting attendees.

I can’t wait to attend the always fun and insightful Christian Heilmann’s Keynote, learn about Functional Programming with Jon Kelly and see what’s new on Angular 2.

On my side, I am excited to relate the audience about my findings on JavaScript documentation automation. I think there’s a good opportunity to improve how documentation is being approached nowadays, focusing on the new best practices of the community and reaching excellence with little work!

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Gregory Wild-Smith explains why FullStack is so important to him





FullStack means a lot to me. Not only is it in my home country (which I see far too little) but it represents a lot of things that I think are undervalued a lot these days.

A desire to learn. You can never progress in anything if you have no wish to admit what you don't know, push your limits, and listen to others experiences.

Cross-discipline training. Because while we can debate if "full stack" is even a thing there's something we can't deny - to become a better developer you need to know how other developers in other areas work. Building front-ends? They'll be better if you know how backends serve their data. Building backend systems? They'll be better with an understanding of how it is going to be consumed and optimized for that. It's a truism that I've always stood by and I see it demonstrated day after day.

Co-operation across cultures. The frontend and backend worlds are too often siloed away from each other but I mean more than this. When I came to FullStack last October I was delighted to see so many people from so many countries working, learning, and being just plain excited about their craft together. We had educators from the Netherlands, presenters from London, Germany, Paris, and Spain and attendees from all over the world sharing and working together.

It was a beautiful thing, something I valued very much.

Together we can build things better, together we are stronger: a community. Together we can push technology further than we could apart.

I jumped at the chance to present at FullStack 2016 and I hope my talk on how Bleacher Report is using React, Redux, and Node will engage you all as much as I'm sure you all will engage me.

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Ashley Nolan give us some insight into his FullStack 2016 talk 'Developing for the Unknown'!





Next week, I’m excited to be making the short trip down the M4 to speak at FullStack 2016 in London.

I’ll be talking about 'Developing for the Unknown' and how keeping this in mind has influenced the work that I’ve been a part of over the last year at JUST EAT. Ultimately, the aim of my talk is to get more developers thinking about the long term implications of the work they do – something that I plan to write about in more detail in the near future.

So if you want to hear about how we approach front-end development at JUST EAT and some of the best practices I recommend when working with CSS and JavaScript, then my talk is most definitely for you.

I’m personally looking forward to learning more about the latest developments around developing progressive web applications and how other companies – such as the BBC – are building scalable JavaScript applications and the processes that they are using that can help inform the work that we do.

Make sure to check out Ashley's blog here!

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Check out FullStack 2016 speaker Maximilian Koegel's post 'JSON Schema – the good, the bad and the ugly'!





In the last years we have been heavily using JSON Schema, a web standard to describe JSON instances/your data in web applications.

For example in the JSONForms project we make heavy use of JSON Schema. JSONForms is an AngularJS-based framework to simplify the creation of forms for data entry and edit in web applications. It allows you to declaratively define the content and layout of a form and to embed the form into your HTML with one simple tag. We use JSON Schema in this context to describe the JSON (data) that should be displayed in the forms and to refer to the properties that are to be displayed.

While using JSON Schema we of course learned a lot about it – the good, the bad and the ugly. Next week we will present this knowledge in a nutshell at the Fullstack conference in London – check out the program and the sneak preview.

Join us for our talk on Thursday “JSON Schema – the good, the bad and the ugly”. Looking forward to meet you there!

Make sure to check out the EclipseSource blog here!

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Alex Castillo is looking forward to FullStack 2016!





I am so thrilled to joining FullStack 2016 where I will be demonstrating how to work with brainwaves in JavaScript and Node.

The best thing about being part of the JavaScript community at FullStack is seeing the human side of technology, knowledge sharing and meeting people with similar interests.

At FullStack 2016, I most look forward to learning about IoT, specially with Tessel 2 and Espruino.

My talk will be enjoyed by researchers, engineers, artists, scientists, designers, makers, and anyone interested in building or using the next generation of open source tools for the human brain.

I think the most exciting development for the JavaScript community over the next 12 months will be the reach of many new platforms to come!

Make sure to check out Alex's blog here!

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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.

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Events on the FullStack fringe

As the FullStack 2016 hurricane arrives in London soon, many members in our community are organising related meetups, parties and other fun stuff around the time of the conference. We thought to share the ones we're aware of with you on these pages, so you can plan your FullStack week in London.

Whilst you are here, you may like to come along to some of the FullStack Fringe Events prior, during and after FullStack, including some great workshops, community talks and meetups. Here's a selection you might enjoy:


If you are organising a Fringe Event and would like to have it included on the FullStack Fringe pages, email enrico.meloni@skillsmatter.com details and we'll add it to the listing!


HalfStack 2016 - JavaScript. In A Pub


What: Javascript. In A Pub
When: Friday 18 November, 11:00-22:00
Where: Corbet Place Bar & Lounge, Old Truman Brewery, Shoreditch, London
Info: halfstackconf.com.

For six years, The London Ajax Meetup group has had regular JavaScript meetup events at Skills Matter followed by a visit to a pub discussing JavaScript some more. For the second time, 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, Dojo 2, and much more) from leading speakers based primarily in London. Call for papers is now open: Submit your talk here!


EmberCamp London 2016


When: Tuesday 12 July, 09:00-18:00
Where: CodeNode - London
Info: embercamp.com.

EmberCamp London is back for a second year! We’ll 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 July 12th, 2016.


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      Announcements, submissions and the award ceremony are all filmed and published on the Skills Matter website. In addition to high social media activity Fullstack Hackathons create each year, your engineers will have the opportunity to work and collaborate with the hackathon's passionate engineers over 48 intensive (all day all night) hours.

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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!

Thanks for joining us at FullStack London on July 13-15th 2016 - SOLD OUT!

FullStack 2017's website is now LIVE - find out more here.

Thanks to everyone's thoughts, input and talk proposals, we've been able to curate a fantastic programme of talks, workshops and discussions.

Check out FullStack 2016's Highlights and Conversations with speakers here!


Highlights include;

* keynotes by Christian Heilmann, Yehuda Katz, Forbes Lindesay, Pete LePage, Todd Motto;

* Have I Got Nodes For You - a quiz show by the great Mark Rendle and Dylan Beattie;

* hands-on workshops on Tessel 2, Angular2, VR, Interactive Numeric Computing with NodeJs and Javascript and Espruino;

* talks on JavaScript, ES6, CSS3, IoT, Machine Learning, Functional Programming, Software Craftsmanship, Testing and various frameworks including D3js, React, Angular, Node, Babylon, Ember and more...

Win amazing Tessel and Espruino prizes at FullStack 2016!

There's also a chance to win amazing Tessel and Espruino prizes during the workshops led by Kelsey Breseman, Jon McKay and Gordon Williams. Find out more here.

Follow #fullstackcon on twitter and let us know what you think!

Tickets

Registration is open and we have some great Early Bird offers available so if you are planning to join us for three days packed with Fullstack fun, get your skates on and book your ticket today!

Impressions of last year

Programme

Day 1: Wednesday 13th July

Rooms for day 1 have now been fully allocated! See the detailed programme below.

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08:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:15

Welcome to #fullstackcon 2016

09:30

Progressing JavaScript and Apps the Web way…

Christian Heilmann


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10:30

Coffee & Tea Break

10:45

Building React Components Library

Robert Haritonov


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Event-Sourcing your React-Redux applications

Maurice de Beijer


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Bluetooth for Web Developers: programming flying robots with JavaScript

Peter O'Shaughnessy


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Better JSON through streams

Juan Caicedo


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Data Science for Fun and Profit

Gary Short


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11:30

Coffee & Tea Break

11:45

Effective JavaScript Debugging With Chrome DevTools

Matt Zeunert


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From callback to promises and beyond

Vincenzo Chianese


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There Still be Dragons in the New JavaScript

Scott Allen


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Going Commando - A serverless multiplayer game

Opher Vishnia


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JSON Schema: More than just data validation

Jason Green


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12:30

Lunch

13:45

Keynote

Yehuda Katz


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14:45

Coffee & Tea Break

15:00

What could go wrong? Moving 80 Million Users to React, Redux, & NodeJS

Gregory Wild-Smith


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3

​Redux: Try this for size

Julia Mitchelmore, Rajiv Bose, and Eric Juta


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In Your Face: VR is here and it wants to play

Shaun Dunne


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Meteor: The reactive and realtime stack

Mark Drew


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Reconstructing the web with Polymer

Komal Jain


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15:45

Coffee & Tea Break

16:00

Powering the Euros @ BBC

Ben Lambert


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Introduction to Angular using ES2015

Jad Joubran


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Load Balancing is Impossible

Tyler McMullen


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2

The Bad Guys Have Your Pacemaker: How to Stop Attacks on Your IoT Devices

Sam Headrick and Ian Spiro


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Surviving Web Security

Gergely Nemeth


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16:45

Coffee & Tea Break

17:00

An introduction to Service Workers

Phil Nash


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Moving Pictures - on web Video and Interactivity

Opher Vishnia


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Distributed consensus using Raft, Node, and fuzz testing

Mark Wubben


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A Case for Integrity: JavaScript Apps Should Have it Too

Pedro Fortuna


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Developing for the Unknown

Ashley Nolan


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17:45

Beer & Pizza leading to...

18:30
2

Have I Got Nodes For You!

Dylan Beattie and Mark Rendle


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19:30

#fullstackcon Party!

21:00

End of #fullstackcon Day 1

Day 2: Thursday 14th July

All schedule is up now! Enjoy an amazing day 2 of #fullstackcon!

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08:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:15

Welcome to #fullstackcon 2016

09:30

Keynote: Component architecture and Angular 2

Todd Motto


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10:30

Coffee & Tea Break

10:45

Blazing fast CSS3 transitions

Jad Joubran


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How ES6 and TypeScript have greatly improved Dojo 2

Dylan Schiemann


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Keeping it fast: microservice instrumentation with Zipnish

Federico Schwindt


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Becoming a Polyglot

Kirsten Hunter


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Babylon.js' new Physics Plugin Architecture

Raanan Weber


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11:30

Coffee & Tea Break

11:45

Lightweight libraries with Rollup, Riot and Redux

Cristiano Betta


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AngularJs evolution - from heedless meddler to superheroic assistant

Miloš Bošković


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2

JSON Schema - the good, the bad and the ugly

Maximilian Koegel and Edgar Mueller


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Biological Modeling, Powered by AngularJS

Gil Fink


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Robots, Code and People

Kassandra Perch


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12:30

Lunch

13:45

What Makes a Good Developer

Claire Tran


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Batch execution of existing endpoints and services with JSONScript

Evgeny Poberezkin


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Got 10 minutes to learn ES2015?

Jad Joubran


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3

Talking to Sensors: Fundamentals of DIgital Communication

Kelsey Breseman, Jon McKay, and Rob Moran


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14:00

Using React to drive change at a car maker.

Richard McMenamin


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You need a working backend in no time (and life is actually beautiful)

Luca Marchesini


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5 Minute Backend with Node and Syncano

Todd Wacker


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14:15

Dev interviews - You’re doing it wrong

Guy Nesher


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Don't be scared of git

Mike Lewis


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Demystifying HTTP security headers

Niklas Lindblad


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14:30

Coffee & Tea Break

14:45

Workshop: Angular 2

Gerard Sans


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Workshop: Interactive numeric computing with Node.js and JavaScript

Athan Reines


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2

Workshop: Tessel 2 (part 1)

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay


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Workshop: Espruino (part 1)

Gordon Williams


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Workshop: Bring your app into VR

Macy Kuang


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14:50
2

Workshop: Tessel 2 (part 2)

Kelsey Breseman and Jon McKay


Workshop: Espruino (part 2)

Gordon Williams


17:45

End of #fullstackcon Day 2

Day 3: Friday 15th July

Rooms have been allocated for all talks! :)

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08:00

Registration & Breakfast

09:15

Welcome to #fullstackcon 2016

09:30

Keynote: Data Fetching in React

Forbes Lindesay


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10:30

Coffee & Tea Break

10:45

Serverless: the future of software architecture

Peter Sbarski


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NeuroJavaScript: Real-Time Brainwaves

Alex Castillo


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Let's make a premiere? Polymer Native - native apps in JS with less boilerplate and hassle

Denis Radin


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Controlling the Internet of Things with the Web

Stephen Young


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From Amdahl to Zipf: the Physics of Software Projects

Dylan Beattie


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11:30

Coffee & Tea Break

11:45

Universal JavaScript

Jack Franklin


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The differing ways to monitor and instrument

Jonah Kowall


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Let's liberate Frontend: Backend-less Development revisited

Tomasz Ducin


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Git as a database

Kirsten Hunter


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Following through with animation

Opher Vishnia


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12:30

Lunch

13:45

Keynote: Progressive Web Apps

Pete LePage


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14:45

Coffee & Tea Break

15:00

Thinking offline

Phil Nash


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Zen And The Art Of UX Design

David Vogel


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Automating documentation on JavaScript projects

Marcos Iglesias Valle


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How we made Angular 2 fast

Tobias Bosch


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Webmasters, Full Stack Developers, and Other Legendary Creatures

Dylan Beattie


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15:45

Coffee & Tea Break

16:00

Functional Typescript

Francisco Ferreira


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Lessons learnt from Functional Programming with Haskell and Elm

Jon Kelly


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7 habits of highly ineffective developers

Kitson Kelly


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FullStack DevOps

Alex Fernández


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Staying ahead of the pack

Opher Vishnia


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16:45

Coffee & Tea Break

17:00

The Things That I Like Are Superior To The Things That You Like

Mark Rendle


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17:45