Category: NodeConfEU

  • Node.js Feature Livecoding: Tech Talk Video

    Anna re-builds a simple Node.js core feature from scratch on stage, giving insight into the internals of Node.js and the process around making changes to Node core. Anna is part of the Research Team at NearForm. She is a seasoned software developer and maintainer of Node.js Core, known for major Node.js features such as Workers,...
    NearForm
    Video, Node.js, NodeConfEU | 27th November 2019
  • A QUIC bit of fun with Node.js: Tech Talk Video

    We implemented the QUIC protocol for Node.js. Here’s how we did it, why, and a look at the fun things you can do with it. James Snell is Head of Research at NearForm. He has 20+ years' experience in the software industry and is a well-known figure in the global Node.js community. He has been an...
    NearForm
    Video, Node.js, NodeConfEU | 27th November 2019
  • 10 years of Node with Ricardo Leon from Bloomberg

    In our 6th episode of our Q&A series celebrating the 10th year of Node.js, we hear from Ricardo Leon of Bloomberg.  Ricardo has been working with Node.js longer than he can remember and hosted a number theory workshop at NodeConf EU.  The workshop presented ways of using TypeScript types to add two numbers – instead…

    James Snell
    Node.js, NodeConfEU | 22nd November 2019
  • All of the Bangle.js excitement including new community OSS apps already

    As we hoped, the attendees were blown away when they got their Bangle.js at NodeConf EU registration last Sunday. It’s always very satisfying when a project delivers for both your users and for yourselves. There were an huge number of tweets about the watch, some of which you can read below. Following the announcement,  Bangle.js…

    Conor O'Neill
    Open Source, Node.js, NodeConfEU | 20th November 2019
  • Bangle.js – Open Source creating opportunities for Open Health wearables with JS & TensorFlow

    If you’re new to Bangle.js and its recent launch at NodeConf EU by NearForm Research and Espruino, you can read the announcement that we published here. In this first in a series of follow-up posts, we wanted to give you more of the backstory and tell you about the latest details. Of course, as it’s…

    Conor O'Neill
    Node.js, NodeConfEU | 18th November 2019
  • Bangle.js

    Bangle.js is the first hackable open source JS and TensorFlow-driven smartwatch!

    You have no idea how difficult it has been to keep this under wraps. After the huge successes of the 2017 *and* 2018 NodeConf EU digital badges, we knew we were going to have to come up with something completely different for 2019. So the NearForm Research team along with Gordon Williams from Espruino and…

    Conor O'Neill
    Node.js, NodeConfEU | 10th November 2019
  • 10 years of Node with Tomas della Vedova of Elastic

    In this conversation celebrating the 10 years of Node.js, Tomas della Vedova shares his thoughts on the most significant features and milestones of Node.js, where to find the ‘dark magic’ and why async iterators are a popular feature. Before we delve into your world of software and code, can you tell us a little bit…

    James Snell
    Node.js, NodeConfEU | 7th November 2019
  • 10 years of Node with Ujjwal “Ryzokuken” Sharma

    In this episode of our Q&A series celebrating the 10th year of Node.js, we catch up with Ujjwal “Ryzokuken” Sharma as he shares his views on what he is most looking forward to in the future of Node.js and where he sees the new opportunities arising.  Ujjwal is a Node.js core collaborator, Electron maintainer, Google…

    James Snell
    Node.js, NodeConfEU | 31st October 2019
  • 10 years of Node with Alex Korzhikov of ING Bank

    To mark the 10th anniversary of Node.js, we’re reflecting on how far it has come and where it is headed.  Here we speak with Alex Korzhikov to hear his views including how Node.js is particularly suited to front-end development.  A Software engineer, team lead, instructor, mentor, and author of technical materials with 10 years of…

    James Snell
    Node.js, NodeConfEU | 24th October 2019
  • 10 years of Node with Gabriel Schulhof from Intel

    This year we are celebrating the 10th year of Node.js which now ranks as the fourth most important open source project, according to the Battery Ventures Open Source Software Index. To mark the anniversary, we’re reflecting on how far it has come, explore the latest in Node.js developments and showcase its broader importance and impact…

    James Snell
    Node.js, NodeConfEU | 17th October 2019
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