Web Rebels 2014

Web Rebels 2014

By Anders Olsen Sandvik on

After the conference I held a presentation at Framsieforum (Finn.no). In the presentation I talked about all the talks and what they were about. Web Rebels 2014 in 5 minutes.

Jessica Lord #

Git-it, Share it (Slides) (Video)

Jessica Lord

Anette Bergo #

Rebel and Evolve: Moving beyond point-and-click (Slides) (Video)

Anette Bergo

Patrick H. Lauke #

Getting touchy - an introduction to touch and pointer events (Slides) (Video)

Patrick H. Lauke

Nuno Job #

process.env.NODE_ENV === 'PRODUCTION' for all your "webscale" apps! (Slides) (Video)

Nuno Job

Arnout Kazemier #

Transforming WebSockets (Slides) (Video)

Arnout Kazemier

Mathias Buus Madsen #

Bittorrent, Streams and JavaScript (Slides) (Video)

Mathias Buus Madsen

Angus Croll #

Stop being Perfect (Slides) (Video)

Angus Croll

Marijn Haverbeke #

Seeing Types in JavaScript (Slides)

Marijn Haverbeke

Arne Martin Aurlien #

Not Mobile-Unfriendly UI Components With React (Slides) (Video)

Arne Martin Aurlien

Mikola Lysenko #

ndarray: Modular multidimensional arrays for JavaScript (Slides) (Video)

Mikola Lysenko

Vyacheslav “mraleph” Egorov #

Crooked Mirrors of Performance (Slides) (Video)


Camille Teicheira #

Geography for Web Mapping: the Good, the Bad, and the Stuff You Can Forget (Slides) (Video)

Camille Teicheira

Parisa Tabriz #

Got TLS? An overview of why you need it and how to do it right. (Slides) (Video)

Parisa Tabriz

James “substack” Halliday #

The ghost of javascript future (Video)


Max Ogden #

The LEBRON Stack: It's a Slam Dunk (Slides) (Video)

Max Ogden

The day after the conference I went to NodeSchool Norway Tour with Max Ogden and Jessica Lord. I had lots of fun. It was the first time I tried NodeSchool. What a great way of learning.

All the pritty drawings are from @elisabethirg.

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