Thursday, 24 May, 2018 UTC


Vancouver Convention Centre where JS Interactive takes place from October 10 – 12, 2018.
This year, the JS Foundation and Node.js Foundation are hosting JS Interactive, a conference that gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and JavaScript communities, and the businesses that are bringing these technologies into the enterprise. The conference  — taking place October 10 – 12 in Vancouver, Canada — provides JavaScript practitioners with the opportunity to collaborate face-to-face, network, and learn how to better their JavaScript development skills and for organizations to meet developers where they are and learn about the many advantages JavaScript can bring to their business.
The full schedule will be available on June 4, however we wanted to provide a small taste of what to expect from this conference. A few panels and presentations featured on our website now, include:
    • Don’t Break the Web! – Evolving JS without Ruining your Day, panel with TC39 committee members
    • Standardizing JavaScript – a Look at Ecma and TC39 from Jory Burson, COO of Bocoup
    • Offline First: Making Your App Awesome When theNetwork Isn’t from Teri Chadbourne, developer advocate at IBM
    • Going FaaSter: Function as a Service at Netflix from Yunong Xiao, Principal Software Engineer at Netflix
    • Internationalize your web applications with GlobalizeJS from Alolita Sharma, Principal Technologist at Amazon Web Services
More amazing panels and talks are available here and (again) the full schedule is coming your way on June 4, 2018. Register now to attend this premier JavaScript event or, to stay informed on other happenings around this conference, follow us on Twitter (hashtag #jsinteractive) and subscribe to our newsletter.
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