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Friday, April 23, 2010

In Case You Missed It: JSConf.us 2010 (day 2)

Here's part 2 of my attempt to distill the juicy bits from last weekend's JSConf presentations (here's part 1). Of course, this is only a pale imitation of the experience of actually attending the conference, but hopefully it will serve to keep you, dear readers, up to speed on the latest, bleeding-edge movements within the JavaScript community. Let's get to it:

In Case You Missed It: JSConf.us 2010

Day 2: Sunday, April 18, 2010

Speaker(s)Topic
TRACK A
Mike Ball & Evin GranoSproutCore: Introducing Greenhouse
Dmitry BaranovskiyRaphaƫl the Great
CommonJS Panel DiscussionJavaScript Outside of the Browser - Where it is and where it's going! (wait for the video)
Makinde AdeagboPrimer: Facebook's 2k of JavaScript to power (almost) all interactions
John-David DaltonAll you can leet - Coding for performance, CSS engines, and sandboxed natives
Felix GeisendoerferDirty NoSQL (cancelled due to Icelandic ash)
Jed SchmidtA (fab) approach to web apps
Justin MeyerThin Server Architecture and JavaScriptMVC 3.0 (site)
Steve SoudersThe Best of Steve
Marak Squires, @ScurvyConf Masterhook.io: the crowd favorite from ScurvyConf
Billy HoffmanJavaScript's Evil Side (introducing Zoompf)
/be (Brendan Eich)"An Introduction to JavaScript" (was actually a discussion of JS's future; wait for the video)
Alex RussellGoogle Chrome Frame
TRACK B
Jonathan JulianHangover.js
Shea FrederickExt JS App UI Morphing
Kyle SimpsonDude wheres my UI Architecture
Adam MooreRunning YUI 3 on Node.js
Dean LandoltPintura, Perstore and Awesome-Oriented Persistence
Suvajit GuptaColossal JavaScript
Malte UblJavaScript - The Private Parts
David FurferoSexy.js Boots Bundles Binding
Rob TsukMojo: Developing and Building a touch UI framework for mobile using the Web (or, Writing webOS Services in JavaScript)
Gonzalo CorderoCreating custom modules using YUI3
Alexandre MorgautTaking over the enterprise one hook at a time (cancelled due to ash)
Jan LehnardtEvently: Declarative CouchDB Applications that practically write themselves
Brian LeRouxPhoneGap Hack Around
Tom, Jenn, Adam & DerekJavaScript. @$#*% yeah. (wait for the video)
Ray MorganMustache is simplifying your templates
Brian LeRouxbest of wtfjs

As with Part 1, this is what I've been able to find so far. A lot of the Track B and panel discussions were largely unscripted, and I'm pretty sure Track B wasn't taped, so A lot of the slide decks haven't shown up online yet, so I've tried to link to the most relevant blogs talking about the topics in question. In a few instances (e.g. Rob Tsuk's talk on Mojo/webOS development for Palm), I've failed to find much of anything relevant online, so we'll have to wait and see what (if anything) eventually finds its way online. This is of course one of the big reasons why actually attending a conference is preferable to just reading about it after the fact, and I highly encourage you to take that opportunity when it presents itself.

As before, if there are slide decks from other talks online that I don't have linked here, please note it in the comments below, and I'll update accordingly.

Updates:

  • 2010-04-23: @Getify corrected my bad assumption about the Track B talks, so I've revised the last paragraph.
  • 2010-04-26: Gonzalo Cordero just posted his YUI3 talk slides, so I've added them.
  • 2010-04-27: Dude sent me the link to JDalton's slide deck, so I've added it to the Track A listing.
  • 2010-05-05: Paul Irish graciously shared his copy of Justin Meyer's JavascriptMVC notes, so I've linked them in.
  • 2010-05-12: Tom Hughes-Croucher posted his JSConf recap on the YDN Blog, and it included refs to a couple of the Yahoo presentations that I'd been missing. They're now linked into the table.

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3 Comments:

  • At 4:53 PM , Blogger getify said...

    Actually, all of Track B was taped as well and should be online. And I actually think most of the Track B talks were scripted and had slide decks and such. Most of us were those who proposed Track A talks and didn't get selected.

    Noteable exceptions as unscripted awesomeness would be Chris' cool "how did i pull of jsconf" and the "hangover.js" coding session with the leopard skin robe!

     
  • At 6:08 PM , Blogger Buyog said...

    @getify: Thanks for the info, Kyle. I'll update accordingly.

     
  • At 9:26 AM , Blogger Dude said...

    JDalton's slides: http://www.slideshare.net/johndaviddalton/jsconf-all-you-can-leet

     

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