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HTML5 Dev Conf and IOTAConf

Next week is going to be really fun. I have the opportunity to attend the HTML5DevConf and IOTAConf again and also go to a new conference hosted by Twitter: Twitter Flight Here's the schedule of the talks I intend to go for the HTML5DevConf:

http://www.iotaconf.com/schedule.html
http://html5devconf.com/schedule.html

Monday:

7:30-9:00
Registration

9:00-9:50
1. The Web of things - Leveraging the web for the internet of things, E-135
2. Design patterns for an internet of things, N-123
3. Dump SASS and Less CSS for JS powered CSS, Michael Mikowski, Qualaroo, E-131

10-10:40
Break

10-40-11:30
1. How to create native-like experience in the mobile web, E-131
2. Bringing Web content to the big screen with google cast, E-130

11:40-12:30
1. Virtual Reality & the future of the web, E-135
2. The new meteor platform, web and native mobile from a single reactive javascript codebase, E-133

1:30-2:20
1. Engaging Apps: Service Workers, Push and notifications, Alex Russell, Google - E-135
2. React and Flux, Bill Fisher, Facebook, E-133

2:30-3:20
1. Angular.js 101, N-120
2. The physical Web + Generating Real Time Imagery Using HTML5, E-132

3:20 - 4:00
Break

4-4:20, 4:30-4:50
1. What’s coming in Node.js, E-135

5-5:50
1. Data Structures with Javascript, Rajesh Kumar, Uber, E-135
2. Beer locker: Building a Restful API with Node, Scott Smith, E-132

Tuesday
7:30-9:00
Registration

9-9:50
1. Parallel JavaScript: A high-level parallel programming model for the web + Death to cookies, Long lived JSON web tokens, E-133
2. Architecting the next generation of IOT + IOT monetization: challenge and changes, N-123

10-10:40
Break

10-40-11:30
1. How Web components will change CSS best practices, Philip Walton, Google, E-133

11:40-12:30
1. Scaling A/B testing with Node.js, Alex Liu, Netflix, E-132

12:30-1:30
Lunch

1:30-2:20 and 2:30-3:20
1. Theory and practice of functional reactive javascript, E-133

3:20 - 4:00
Break

4-4:20, 4:30-4:50
1. IOT Landscape, Evolution and maturity models, N-124

5-5:50
1. The web is your API, feeds and actions using HTML5 and web mentions, E-134

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