Generators, the proposed “await” keyword and Promises give us several ways to handle async programming.
We’ll talk about why this is so important, and how choosing the right pattern can leave you with a more maintainable, scalable and extensible project.
Native promises and performance
ES2015/ES2016 Iterators & Generators
Topic 1: Sequence without Loops
We'll be hearing from Ariya Hidayat (https://twitter.com/AriyaHidayat), creator of PhantomJS and Esprima and VP of Engineering at Shape Security.
Topic 2: RxJS and Reactive Programming
Ben Lesh (http://twitter.com/benlesh), Senior UI Engineer at Netflix covers our next topic.
There is a certain amount of hype behind the word "reactive" right now, but what does it mean to be "reactive" and how will it benefit your application?
Ben Lesh will discuss the basics of Reactive Programming with RxJS and how those tools and concepts benefitted his team in the development of Argus, a realtime streaming dashboard for the Netflix cloud.
Async & await with Mike North (http://twitter.com/michaellnorth)
ES7 Decorators using Babel with Jay Phelps (http://twitter.com/_jayphelps)