Thanks to our sponsors Twitter, Microsoft and Mercury Learning!
Twitter security requires you to use your full name when you RSvP. You can change your name here. I have changed my name to "Ed Lee" as a demonstration.
We'll be raffling off three copies of "HTML5 Canvas and CSS3 Graphics"
This presentation will cover how to structure your code for maximum computational efficiency, how to reduce the amount of garbage generated by your scripts, why benchmarks often hide the real bottlenecks, and why TypedArrays are both the fastest and the slowest structures in your script.
Tony Sukiennik will give a lightning talk on iRelate
Brian Lonsdorf will talk about Betraying Humanity with Reactive Programming
At what point does your program become scary smart? Like T-1000 smart? Like year 3000, Steven Hawking's brain in a jar for a head, cyborg smart? Building an application that doesn't just act, but actually reacts can get us one step closer to our inevitable dystopian future of robotic overlords. FRP provides a set of tools that make it easy to build reactive programs. I'll demonstrate how to avoid passing callbacks around, write extremely advanced gui's, and learn to love our humanoid brethren.
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