Day two of OpenJS World followed suit with day one and included so many wonderful keynotes and sessions. We know nothing beats an in-person event, but this came pretty close! If you missed the day one highlights, check out this blog.
Before we dive in, a special thanks to our wonderful sponsors who made the event possible:
Thanks to Diamond Sponsor IBM, Gold Sponsors Cloud Native Computing Foundation and Google, Silver Sponsors Red Hat/OpenShift and SoftwareAG, Bronze Sponsors Heroku, Profound Logic, Sentry and White Source.
We kicked off day one with NASA Astronaut, Christina Koch. Christina talked through her year-long stay in space, her training, and how tech has evolved in space explorations. She even answered some community questions! Check out this interview we conducted with Christina for even more info.
Other keynote speakers included
- Juan Pablo Buriticá: Communities at Work.
- Nicole Sullivan and Shubhie Panicker: Production Loading Performance, 10 Years later
Day two featured many great talks featuring more than 25 breakout sessions and workshops. Presenters from many industries across companies and open source projects gave some really interesting and informative talks.
To see all the replays, check out our YouTube Playlist.
Thanks and (fingers crossed) see you in Austin in 2021
The OpenJS World team and community truly pulled together to make this event fantastic. There were some bumps along the way, as we transitioned an in-person event to a 100% virtual one, but we are fortunate to have an amazing community, including our Program Committee, there to support and guide us.
Thanks also to all who tuned. If you are not already, please consider becoming a member. There’s lots of value in OpenJS Foundation membership. To learn more, check out our website.