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FullStack 2015: Call for Papers

FullStack 2015

Our second edition of FullStack – the conference for JavaScript, Node & IoT developers – returns June 25th-27th. The conference is independently organised for and by the community.

Following the tremendous response to our Call For Thoughts, and with support from Cian O’Maidin (nearForm), Rob Moran (ARM), Robert Rees (Guardian), Sarah Clarke (Google) and members of our JavaScript, Node & Angular community, we have been able to identify some key themes for this year’s conference:

  • ES6 and io.js
  • App Architectures for Performance, Maintainability, etc.
  • Software rendering
  • Virtual DOM (e.g. React)
  • NodeJS and associated technologies
  • Implementation stories and soft skills
  • Dev Ops/NoOps
  • Microservices
  • AngularJS 2.0 and related topics
  • Hardware
  • Internet of Things

To submit your proposal, head over to the Call for Papers page. We’re especially keen to hear from people who haven’t spoken at the conference before. If you’re worried about presenting alone, feel free to pair with someone on your team. The community is very friendly and this is a safe way to dip your toes in the public speaking arena. If you need some help a great place to start it here.

If you have any questions then please contact us at info@skillsmatter.com.

The CfP will close on March 20th. All presenters will be contacted the week commencing April 6th. 

Please be sure to read the Skills Matter Code of Conduct. It outlines what we expect from our speakers and guests so that we can continue to provide a fantastic environment to learn and share skills for everyone.

Five top Javascript Skillscasts from the Skills Matter archives

 

Gary Short: End to End Javascript (login required)

Gary Short, End to end Javascript

From the 2012 Progressive .NET Tutorials in London Gary Short, Technical Evangelist for Developer Express, looks at how Javascript as a language was beginning to infiltrate all three layers of application development – from JQuery in the front end, through NodeJS in the middle tier, to Map/Reduce functions on back end databases like CouchDB.

Gary looks at some of the gotcha’s within the language before going on to build an exemplar, 3-tier application in Javascript. By the end of the session he demonstrates a much better appreciation for the language and the power it has on all application tiers.


In the Brain of Carlos Ble: Behaviour Driven Rias with Javascript

Carlos Ble came along to Skills Matter a year ago for an In The Brain talk looking at a whole range of topics: why JavaScript is getting so popular, Executable Specifications with Cucumber for the RIA, the Passive View Pattern, event oriented programming and how to test-drive it, test driving promises, technical debt on purpose and the role of the “server side”.


Tamas Piros: An Introduction to AngularJS

In this talk organised by the Mean Stack user group, Tamas Piros came along to Skills Matter HQ with a presentation suitable for everyone (experienced and brand-new), with an introduction to AngularJS describing the basics such as data-binding, expressions and directives.


Jonathan Fielding: Building better experiences with Responsive Javascript

From the archives of another Mean Stack meetup, Jonathan Fielding goes beyond media queries showing what CSS can offer and moving into the realms of responsive Javascript.


Damjan Vujnovic: Backbone JS Unit tests

While most of us will agree that unit tests are an important aspect of development, actually implementing them seems to be a different story. Damjan takes you through your first steps with unit testing in Javascript in this mini workshop, hosted by the Backbone.js London user group.


FullStack – the Node and JavaScript Conference

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This year sees us host our first ever FullStack Conference, bringing together the best in the worlds of NodeJS, Javascript and hackable electronics.

Join world leaders such as Douglas Crockford (creator of JSON), Cian O’Maidin (founder and CEO at nearForm) and Karolina Szczur (Smashing Magazine) for two days jam-packed with talks, demos, and coding.

Book your ticket now!