Fluent Conf 2017 —Catch some of these fantastic speakers on video!

  • Thankfully, some of these fantastic speakers have presented their talks recently at other conferences, so you don’t have to feel left out!Also, for those of you who couldn’t attend in person, watching some of these videos this is a great way to participate in this great conference from all around the world!DISCLAIMER: This is the result of a “best effort” search.
  • Please feel free to let me know if you find any I’ve missed, or if there’s a better representative video for a particular talk.Wednesday, June 219:00AMAddy Osmani’s talk on the latest fast-loading browser best practicesMax’s talk on using JavaScript to style React components9:50AMIlya Nesterov’s fantastic talk from OWSAP on latest Content Security Policy advancements and best practices11:00AMDean Hume’s great talk on Service Workers, HTTP/2 and other PWA technologiesJeremy Fairbank gives a great introduction to Elm, and provides a guided tour of the the philosophy behind itTJ VanToll gives a great walkthrough of taking your Angular skills to the iOS and Android world, via NativeScript3:35PMI was fortunate enough to watch Anjana Vakil’s talk about immutable data structures in functional JavaScript in person at JSConf EU.
  • She has some remarkably approachable examples!Elijah Manor has gone totally above and beyond, and has turned his talk on minimalistic JS build tooling into an egghead.io course!Click to check this course out!Thursday, June 229:00AMBen Lesh is the authoritative source for all things RxJS, so this talk about the latest major release is a MUST WATCHEstelle Weyl’s deep dive into some of the most confusing and perplexing bits of CSS is thoroughly example driven, and delightfully comprehensive.
  • Another one of my favorites from JSConf EU 20174:25PMBen Vinegar’s fantastic deep-dive into JavaScript source map formatting, generation and parsing was truly enlightening for me, even with some specific experience in this area.
  • It’s not often we get conference talks that go so deep into such a specific area!

In any great multi-track conference, I sometimes find it hard to pick which talks to go to. Thankfully, some of these fantastic speakers have presented their talks at other conferences recently!

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Fluent Conf 2017 —Catch some of these fantastic speakers on video!

In any great multi-track conference, I sometimes find it hard to pick which talks to go to, and which to catch up on later. Thankfully, some of these fantastic speakers have presented their talks recently at other conferences, so you don’t have to feel left out!

Also, for those of you who couldn’t attend in person, watching some of these videos this is a great way to participate in this great conference from all around the world!

DISCLAIMER: This is the result of a “best effort” search. Please feel free to let me know if you find any I’ve missed, or if there’s a better representative video for a particular talk.

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Addy Osmani’s talk on the latest fast-loading browser best practices

Max’s talk on using JavaScript to style React components

Ilya Nesterov’s fantastic talk from OWSAP on latest Content Security Policy advancements and best practices

Dean Hume’s great talk on Service Workers, HTTP/2 and other PWA technologies

Jeremy Fairbank gives a great introduction to Elm, and provides a guided tour of the the philosophy behind it

TJ VanToll gives a great walkthrough of taking your Angular skills to the iOS and Android world, via NativeScript

I was fortunate enough to watch Anjana Vakil’s talk about immutable data structures in functional JavaScript in person at JSConf EU. She has some remarkably approachable examples!

Elijah Manor has gone totally above and beyond, and has turned his talk on minimalistic JS build tooling into an egghead.io course!

Ben Lesh is the authoritative source for all things RxJS, so this talk about the latest major release is a MUST WATCH

Estelle Weyl’s deep dive into some of the most confusing and perplexing bits of CSS is thoroughly example driven, and delightfully comprehensive. She covers things that veteran developers often misunderstand like quantitative specificity calculations and some non-trivial animation techniques! This video is a bit old, so I can’t wait to hear what she’s got to say about some of the new WTFs.

Laura Carvajal from The Financial Times makes an incredibly compelling case for accessibly. Another one of my favorites from JSConf EU 2017

Ben Vinegar’s fantastic deep-dive into JavaScript source map formatting, generation and parsing was truly enlightening for me, even with some specific experience in this area. It’s not often we get conference talks that go so deep into such a specific area!

Fluent Conf 2017 —Catch some of these fantastic speakers on video!

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