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Async International Show'n'Tell 2016

Async's 2016 International Show n' Tell

Wednesday 9th November, 2016

Speakers gist

Would you like to speak on the night? You'll have five minutes to tell us about something: a project, a library, a technique, a story, or anything else about JavaScript, related tech (HTML, CSS, SVG, etc), or the wider world of web.

Please leave a comment below (you can use Markdown if you want) and include:

  • Your name
  • Your main website, if you have one
  • Twitter username, if you have one
  • A sentence or two about your talk
  • Any relevant links
@RShergold

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RShergold commented Oct 23, 2016

Name: Remi Shergold
best website: remi-shergold.com

From nought to PCB prototype of a little Internet Of Things gadget. As a developer, with a poor understanding of how electricity even, how I built a thing that ALMOST works. Also a general appeal for help/advice from anyone willing

@orangespaceman

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orangespaceman commented Oct 24, 2016

Name: Pete

I can show one or two of my pointless web experiments (again): https://goo.gl/NUfC2i

@almost

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almost commented Oct 24, 2016

Name: Tom Parslow
Website: tomparslow.co.uk
Twitter: @almostobsolete.net

ESGolf, it's like JSGolf except you get to use all the fancy new JavaScript features to make your code even more impenetrable.

For those that don't know JSGolf is a game were you write code that would usually get you fired. The goal is to solve the problem (or "solve" the problem, cheating is encouraged) in as few characters of JavaScript code as possible. It's fun, honestly.

@Silv-C

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Silv-C commented Oct 25, 2016

Name: Silvia Clausin

Speech title: A waterfall project gone wrong

@premasagar

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premasagar commented Oct 25, 2016

Prem Rose <http://premasagar.com>, @premasagar

"Numcode" - Save as much as 50% of your server bandwidth with this one weird trick... An experiment to encode numeric data as Unicode code points and back again. Will be available at https://github.com/premasagar/numcode

@peterrcook

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peterrcook commented Oct 26, 2016

Peter Cook animateddata.co.uk @animateddata

Something data visualisation related probably.

@cham

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cham commented Nov 2, 2016

Dan Neame dan.nea.me @cham

A network graph

@yanneves

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yanneves commented Nov 9, 2016

Yann Eves, https://yannev.es, @yanneves_

Last minute entry (if I'm needed), lightning live code demo of front-end-as-a-service.

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