Excitement is building for our annual conference, OpenJS World! On June 2, developers, software architects, engineers, and other community members from OpenJS Foundation as well as folks from hosted projects such as AMP, Fastify, Electron, and Node.js will tune in to network, learn and collaborate.
As we approach June 2, we want to shine a light onto the amazing content submitted by the community and curated by the OpenJS World program committee. Here’s the full schedule. Our event will feature tracked playlists that will go live once keynotes conclude and we’ll be scheduling time with our speakers so audience members can ask questions. If you haven’t already, join our community Slack channel.
The Development Track was a quite a popular tracks for our submissions this year and will feature some informative talks for beginners and seasoned developers alike.
Some highlighted talks in the Development Track include:
- Shiver My Timbers! A Recipe for Migrating Libraries to ECMAScript Modules – Benjamin Coe, Google
- Node.js: The New and the Experimental – Bethany Griggs, Red Hat
- Making Capacitor Flux with NativeScript and an Ionic Friend – Nathan Walker, nStudio LLC
- One Source to Rule them All – John Niedzwiecki, Disney Streaming Services
Here’s the full track:
Thanks to our wonderful Foundation members and sponsors for all they do to support open innovation through the OpenJS Foundation.
Thank you to the OpenJS World program committee for their tireless efforts in bringing in and selecting top-tier keynote speakers and interesting and informative sessions. We are honored to work with such a dedicated and supportive community!