The arts meets web engineering

Our JSConf.Asia schedule is now live and every time I look at it I can't stop smiling. This is gonna be such a sweet nerd-fest of amazingly creative, talented and accomplished people. The arts meets engineering, education sprinkled with entertainment. From experience reports to visionary ideas, from hard security problems to insecurity in web developers. The latter talk hosted by one of my favourites and most well known web evangelists out there: Chris Heilmann. It's gonna be a good one.

Find the entire schedule here.

We're going to bump up the ticket price a bit more on November 1st in case we'll have anything left by then. Get yours here. For Singapore first-timers, we have put together a little arrival guide on our DevFest.Asia website.

So excited! See you soon! :)

Matthew Podwysocki is a Principal SDE and open sourcerer at Microsoft with a focus on the Internet of Things, Reactive Programming At All Scales and teaching the next generation how to code. He currently works on the Reactive Extensions for all languages including JavaScript. He is passionate about open source, having helped the Node.js effort on Windows, to open sourcing many libraries at Microsoft.

Prasanna Kanagasabei has worked as a full time hands-on Web Application pen tester for the past 12+ years. His clients have included large international organisations in the e-Commerce, automobile, premium banking and finance, and government spaces. He regular conducts training sessions to up-skill developers to deliver secure and safe solutions. He has presented at popular security events such as nullcon-Delhi, Clubhack, IIT Guwahati and at various meetups. He is one of the community leads in the Singapore security community. His community code contributions include IronSAP, a SAP testing plugin for IronWASP. At present, his interests include Fuzzing.

Christian Heilmann has dedicated a lot of his time making the web better. Originally coming from a radio journalism background, he built his first web site from scratch around 1997 and spent the following years working on lots of large, international web sites. He then spent a few years in Yahoo building products and explaining and training people including Yahoo Answers, Search, Local and Maps. He then worked at Mozilla moving HTML5 support forward and advocating Firefox OS as an open alternative to closed mobile systems. Chris wrote two and contributed to eight books on web development and wrote many articles and hundreds of blog posts for Ajaxian, Smashing Magazine, Yahoo, Mozilla, ScriptJunkie and many more. He also wrote the Developer Evangelism Handbook in use in many companies to coach evangelists. He is currently working with the Microsoft Edge team as a Program Manager for Developer Outreach.

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