A Sneak Peek into the JS Interactive Schedule

Haven’t heard of JS Interactive yet? JS Interactive is an expansion of Node.js Interactive bringing the wider Node.js and JavaScript communities together to collaborate face-to-face, network, and learn how to better their skills with JavaScript in serverless, IoT, backend, frontend, and more. The conference takes place from October 10–12 in Vancouver, Canada.

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*Image taken at last year’s Node.js Interactive during the Node.js Community’s Code + Learn event.

Co-hosted by the JS Foundation and Node.js Foundation, the program covers a broad spectrum of the JavaScript ecosystem including Node.js, frameworks, best practices and stories from successful end-users. Today, we are sharing a preview of the programming! A few panels and talks to look forward to, include:

  • Don’t Break the Web! — Evolving JS without Ruining your Day, panel with TC39 committee members
  • Going FaaSter: Function as a Service at Netflix from Yunong Xiao, Principal Software Engineer at Netflix
  • Internationalize your web applications with Globalize.js from Alolita Sharma, Principal Technologist at AWS
  • Building websites for the invisible majority from Keerthana Krishnan, software engineer at Baker Hughes, a GE company

There are plenty more to come, which will cover everything from diagnostics testing to progressive web applications to security and more.

The full schedule will be available the week of June 7, 2018. Keep informed on everything that is happening by following us on Twitter (hashtag #jsinteractive), Facebook and subscribing to our newsletter.

*In our original post, we noted the full schedule would be available on June 4. The correct date is June 7.

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