Getting Started With JavaScript Bundling

Integrating a build process into your web workflow for the first time is scary stuff. I’d like to give a conceptual overview of packaging JS in general. Start with “why to do it” then discuss “basic builds” to concat and minify compared with “intelligent bundling” and using npm to manage libs. EVENT: JavaScript NZ 2017 SPEAKER: Tanya Gray PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcqYhSH44Ow

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Relativistic Software Calendars: It’s About Time!

If you thought getting datetimes and daylight savings correct was tough, wait ‘til you see what relativistic time looks like! In this talk, I’ll show you how keeping clocks in sync becomes literally impossible as soon as you start accelerating away from Earth, and what trying to account for this case might mean if we want our current implementations of datetime libraries to work correctly. EVENT: !!Con 2018 SPEAKER: John Feminella PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hfYl52tSMU

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Actually Understanding Asynchronous JavaScript

Reasoning about asynchronous code can be hard if you don’t understand the mechanics. It often trips up programmers with deep experience in other languages when they try their hand at client or server-side JavaScript. But, asynchronous JavaScript isn’t as hard as it seems once you learn a few simple rules about how it works. In this talk, we’ll dive into the mechanics of concepts that you might have had a chance to full grok. Let’s dispel this confusion once and for all…

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Exploiting Unknown Browsers and JavaScript Objects and Functions

Browsers are embedded everywhere, from popular applications like Steam and Spotify to headless crawlers, IoT devices and games consoles. They execute JavaScript but you don’t have a dev console and some don’t even allow you to interact with them. Many add custom JavaScript objects and functions but how can you discover all this hidden treasure without any dev tools? My talk introduces a new tool for your arsenal that allows you to inspect and exploit these unknown entities. …

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Exploiting Unknown Browsers and JavaScript Objects and Functions

Python In VS Code: Productivity Tips and Tricks

In this demo driven session, we’ll show you how to use the cross-platform, free, and open source Visual Studio Code for all your Python development needs. From editing, to linting, to debugging and more, you will learn how to get started, as well as tips and tricks to save you time in your everyday development lifecycle. If you’re an experienced Python developer, you will learn how to take advantage of all of Visual Studio Code’s capabilities to maximize your productivity. If you’re a new Python developer, you will learn more about Python and how to use Visual Studio Code to get up and running quickly. We will start by showing how to create a new application, configure linting, manage virtual environments, and run code. …

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I’m Good at JavaScript, I Swear

Fraud syndrome, better known as impostor syndrome, is a common phenomena where someone feels like a fraud because they think everyone is better than themselves. Working with JavaScript tends to generate this effect on developers, because there is always a new library to learn, and a new framework to master. Despite their experience, every developer that interacted with JavaScript, has found themselves with a confused face while trying to understand the new technology everybody is talking about, just to have it replaced by another one in the incoming months. In this talk, Jose Aguinaga, author of “How it feels to learn JavaScript in 2016” and experienced developer (he swears), will talk about JavaScript fatigue and better approaches to avoid the Fear Of Missing Out other than trying to learn everything that comes from HackerNews. …

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I’m Good at JavaScript, I Swear