Schedule JSConf EU 2017
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"Back Track""Side Track"
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Timemin#Who?What?Timemin#Who?What?
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Day 1: Saturday, May. 6th
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8.3060allBreakfast
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9.27300CuratorsOpening JSConf EU 2017
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10.00301Addy OsmaniThe Browser Hackers Guide To Instantly Loading Everything
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10.30302Marcin SzczepanskiWhat's new in Netscape Navigator 2.010.303015
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11.0030allCoffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio11.0030
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11.30303Anjana VakilImmutable data structures for functional JS11.303016Zachary Johnson, Andrew ReitanoNESpectre: The Massively Multi-Haunted NES
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12.00304Laura CarvajalYES, your site too can (and should) be accessible. Lessons learned from building FT.com12.003017Henry ZhuMaintaining an OSS Project (Babel)
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12.30305Ruth JohnHow To Be A Web A/V Artist12.303018Jessica TranPavlov’s Dog & Foucault’s Panopticon: Hacking My Anxiety With Open-Source Technology
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13.0060allLunch13.0060Lunch
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14.00306Chris PojerBuilding High-Quality JavaScript Tools14.003019Irina Shestakknock-knock-who-there-file-compression-TALK-FINAL-4.tar.trz.bz2.gz
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14.30307Matthew ShottonDynamic video in the browser14.303020Emil BayKeeping passwords safe in 2017
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15.00308Chen ShayYou don't need AMP for that15.003021Meno AbelsWeakest Link
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15.3030all Coffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio15.3030Coffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio
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16.00309Zahra JabiniSequential Art, Comics & SVGs16.003022Harriet LawrenceSociolinguistics and the Javascript community: a love story
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16.303010Monica DinculescuEmoji, Web Components, and Art16.303023KhalidBarriers to Entry in the JavaScript Community
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17.003011Mariko Kosaka & Suz HintonCan You Read Me? Creative JavaScript to Make Computer Science Fun17.003024Christian KästnerHow to Break an API: How Community Values Influence Practices
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17.3015allCoffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio17.3015Coffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio
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17.453012Ashley WilliamsA Brief History of Modularity17.453025Meara CharnetzkiHow Does Javascript Math?
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18.153013Tom DaleMaking the Jump: How Desktop-Era Frameworks Can Thrive on Mobile18.153026
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18.453014Rachel WhiteKeep the Internet Weird
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19.151CuratorsClosing Day 1
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19.16104allDinner and expo time in the festival and sponsors area
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21.0027Kahlil, Boris, Jan, MartinHow It's Made: opening jsconf.eu
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21.30o.e.allMain Party by Google
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Day 2: Sunday, May. 7th
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9.0060allBreakfast
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9.55300MCsOpening Day 2
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10.00301Denis RadinApplying NASA coding standards to JavaScript10.003014Amelia AbreuFrom Advocacy to Innovation: How JS Developers will shape the future of Internet Security, Privacy, and Trust
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10.30302Franziska HinkelmannJavaScript engines - how do they even?10.303015Matt JohnsonThe Past, Present, and Future of JavaScript Date and Time APIs
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11.00303Marja HölttäParsing JavaScript - better lazy than eager?11.003016Ben VinegarSource maps through the looking glass
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11.3015allCoffee by Bloomberg, Service by TwilioCoffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio
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11.45304Emily GorcenskiThe Ethics of the Internet of Things11.453017Alexander ReardonLet's go big
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12.15305Lin ClarkA Cartoon Intro to WebAssembly12.153018Tilde Ann ThuriumMy gender is emoji pizza unicorn: shipping expanded gender options
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12.45306Claudia HernándezDown the Rabbit Hole: Javascript in Wonderland12.453019Maggie PintSharing is Caring - Patterns for JavaScript Library Design
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13.1560allLunch13.1560Lunch
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14.15307Jason MillerPreact: Into the void 014.153020John FawcettInvisible Code: Building JavaScript Libraries For Non-Technical People
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14.45308Ben SchwarzReal world connectivity: Beyond the bubble14.453021Sarah Saltrick MeyerTwo Problems: Regular Expressions for Revolutionaries
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15.15309Maureen McElaneyGo Offline First to Save The World15.153022Jan KrutischÆsthetics of code.
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15.4530allCoffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio15.4530Coffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio
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16.153010TC39Panel16.153023Paul Verbeek-MastCalendar / Kalender / تقويم (aka, the fun of locali[zs]ation)
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16.453011Nidin VinayakanShared Memory & Parallel Programming with JavaScript16.453024Alexander PopeOutbreak: index-sw-9a4c43b4b4778e7d1ca619eaaf5ac1db.js
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17.1515allCoffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio17.1515Coffee by Bloomberg, Service by Twilio
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17.303012Steve KinneyBringing Back the 1990s: The Revenge of JavaScript Style Sheets
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18.003013Whitney Williams:The Legacy of the JavaScript Community
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18.305CuratorsClosing Conference; Instructions for Party
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18.3515allGroup Foto
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19.00allParty Day 2 - by TBD
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