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The final NLHTML5

  • TamTam

    Delftseplein 27, Rotterdam (map)

    51.924999 4.472775

  • When in the building, ring the bell for Dept on the 13th floor.
  • On December 15th, we will be hosting our very last meetup, at TamTam in Rotterdam. But we're finishing with two amazing talks at a great location!

    NLHTML5 won't come back next year, read more about it in our blog post:

    Event Schedule:

    • 18:00 Doors open 
    • 19:00 Introduction by Niels Leenheer (@html5test)
    • 19:15 Fritz van Deventer (@fritzvd)
    • 20:00 Break 
    • 20:30 Pilar Huidobro (@Althaire)
    • 21:15 Final words from the organisers of NLHTML5 
    • 21:30 Drinks and snacks 
    • 22:30 Room cleared

    NES development with the help of JavaScript - Fritz van Deventer

    The NES remains one of the most popular retro consoles and certainly started a few of the most popular franchises. In this day and age it's still quite complex to get started with development. I will talk about some of the pains and also show some ways to use JavaScript to get started more easily.

    About Fritz:

    I'm Fritz. I love dipping my toes in all kinds of things as a creator of digital and analogue things. With the band Cheeses of Mexico that means: music and videos, as well as games. As a developer it means creating Flood simulation models at As a hobbyist it means working in the wee hours of night developing stuff for the NES, or making sourdough bread.

    The Mythical Creatures of Summer of Code - Pilar Huidobro

    How can I make a lasting contribution to tech that will grow into something much bigger than just me and the tools I use?

    The answer to that question is also the answer to the question: How can I change someone’s life?

    In this talk we will look at Team Tessie’s magical adventures in Rails Girls Summer of Code and the effect on the amazing people that made this happen.

    About Pilar:

    Pilar is a media informatics student and part-time developer, aiming to make people happy with tech. She spends her time creating art, playing video games, obsessing over code, taming puppies and above all, making people fall in love with tech.


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