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Allianz Deutschland AG,

Seidlstr. 24a · 80335 München

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18:00 Socializing, food, drinks

19:00 Welcome

[10min] Béla Varga – Secret Talk about a JavaScript Conference in Munich.
[30min] Julie Ng – Introducing Continuous Integration and Delivery for JavaScript.
[15min] Break
[45min] Elena Vilchik & Carlo Bottiglieri – SonarJS: How to build a static code analyzer.
[30min] Maya Lekova – Diving into ES2015 proxy performance in V8.

Location and food sponsored by Allianz Deutschland AG.

Julie Ng

– Introducing Continuous Integration and Delivery for JavaScript.

At Allianz Germanywe are introducing continuous integration and continuous delivery pipelines as part of an IT transformation that includes a switch to service architectures. Learn about how we integrate Docker, GitHub (Enterprise), Jenkins, Pipeline as Code, PhantomJS, Angular and Protractor into a single workflow for developers. Laugh at the mistakes we made along the way and see how we addressed some challenges. (Note: this talk will feature live coding)

Julie Ng – Julie started as a web designer in the late 1990s and proved progressively from design to frontend, and backend development. Today she is a software architect at Allianz Germany, co-founder of Refresh Munich and co-organizer of UX Munich. She also loves barefoot running and climbing.

Elena Vilchik & Carlo Bottiglieri – SonarJS: How to build a static code analyzer.

What is SonarJS good for? How does it work internally and how to use it to prevent bugs? An introduction to the ins and outs of the SonarJS code analyzer. After a live demo of the usage of SonarJS within an IDE, we will look into what it means to build a code analyzer and how JavaScript code is represented and understood at different levels of abstraction. And finally, we will see how to execute JavaScript code without its actual execution, which is our way to detect runtime exceptions statically.

Elena Vilchik – Elena strongly believes that clean code makes a product much more robust. So since 2 years, she contributes to SonarJS, a static analyzer for JavaScript developed by SonarSource company.

Carlo Bottiglieri – Currently a developer in SonarSource, Carlo has recently escaped from the corporate gilded cage. He seeks simple and expressive software design in daily work and great teams to devote to. So far he has created many systems he is not entirely ashamed of, a few agile teams he loved and a software development organization that was not half bad.