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How you can use streams both for your benefit and for the benefit of your fellow developers.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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Introducing some of the new native data structures that are available in modern JavaScript

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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Node.js takes asynchronous programming to a new level and has tracked the rise of new approaches to managing complex program flows.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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Faster, more robust and more fun (web) apps.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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We've entered the Ambient Computing Era and ECMAScript 6 is its dominant programming language.

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Let's take a tour through the jungle that is the Device API spec and go looking for some new, interesting features of the API.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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It's time to start talking about some of the established axioms of readability.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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Performance and availability of 3rd party scripts doesn't have to be a worry.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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The 'this' keyword is one of the most perplexing aspects of JavaScript, but understanding function context needn’t be so intimidating.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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Get up to speed with Web Components and see how you can start using them today.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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How to do awesome things with math on the web AND in the real world. Fun with robots!

Want more of this kind of fun? Get yourself along to Web Directions 2014.

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Web based animation has arrived, and it's time for you to start taking advantage of it to engage and delight your users. And in this session we'll see how. We'll cover CSS Transitions and Animations, and throw some 2D and 3D Transforms into the mix as well, to understand how today's most common, and eye catching, animated UI design patterns can quickly be implemented in all modern browsers and devices.

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Through this talk we will look at the history of algorithms and data structures and how we can evaluate their strengths and weaknesses before we write a single line of code.

Like what you see? Want a piece of the action next time around? Then get along to Web Directions South in Sydney October 24 and 25 2013.

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Presentations about development

Podcasts, slides, videos and more

Damon Oehlman — Streaming the web (it’s not what you think)

How you can use streams both for your benefit and for the benefit of your fellow developers.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

See the slides and hear the podcast »

Ben Birch — JavaScript Generators

Introducing some of the new native data structures that are available in modern JavaScript

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

See the slides and hear the podcast »

Rod Vagg — Embrace the Asynchronous

Node.js takes asynchronous programming to a new level and has tracked the rise of new approaches to managing complex program flows.

And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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Alex Feyerke — Offline First

Faster, more robust and more fun (web) apps.

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Allen Wirfs-​​Brock — ECMAScript 6, a Better JavaScript for the Ambient Web Era

We've entered the Ambient Computing Era and ECMAScript 6 is its dominant programming language.

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Andrew Fisher — A Device API Safari

Let's take a tour through the jungle that is the Device API spec and go looking for some new, interesting features of the API.

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Jared Wyles — On Readable Code

It's time to start talking about some of the established axioms of readability.

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Barbara Bermes — A publisher’s guide to 3rd party scripts

Performance and availability of 3rd party scripts doesn't have to be a worry.

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Mark Dalgleish — this: Taking JavaScript out of Context

The 'this' keyword is one of the most perplexing aspects of JavaScript, but understanding function context needn’t be so intimidating.

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Ryan Seddon — Web Components, The Future of Web Development

Get up to speed with Web Components and see how you can start using them today.

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You Can Do What With Math Now? — Video Presentation by Raquel Vélez

How to do awesome things with math on the web AND in the real world. Fun with robots!

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Satisfying Movements — video presentation by John Allsopp

Web based animation has arrived, and it's time for you to start taking advantage of it to engage and delight your users. And in this session we'll see how. We'll cover CSS Transitions and Animations, and throw some 2D and 3D Transforms into the mix as well, to understand how today's most common, and eye catching, animated UI design patterns can quickly be implemented in all modern browsers and devices.

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Making Web Apps as Smooth as Native — video presentation by Andrew Betts

Right now creating high quality user experiences in HTML5 is very hard, and to get to where we are today we need a huge bundle of hacks and extreme techniques, many of which Andrew Betts covers in the session.

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What every developer should know about REST — video presentation from Michael Mahemoff

Our work builds on the the conventions of REST. By getting to know these conventions, we can design websites and web APIs that are faster and easier for other developers to learn and navigate.

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See the tries for the trees — video presentation by Jared Wyles

Through this talk we will look at the history of algorithms and data structures and how we can evaluate their strengths and weaknesses before we write a single line of code.

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