TEATRO DO BOURBON COUNTRY PORTO ALEGRE/RS
Douglas Crockford PayPal
Alexandre Gaigalas yahoo!
Demian Borba BlackBerry
Thibault Imbert adobe
Robert Nyman mozilla
Zeke Sikelianos heroku
angus croll && marcel duran twitter
josh holmes Microsoft
angelina fabbro mozilla
Maurício Wolff dell
Stoyan Stefanov facebook
Caridy Patino yahoo!
Zeno Rocha Liferay
Jean Carlo Emer Codeminer 42
Renato Mangini google
Alexande Gaigalas is a developer at Yahoo! Brasil, RESTful architecture enthusiast and Web Semantics.
Surfer, professor of UCSD and Developer Evangelist at BlackBerry, with focus in HTML5 and design
Recently, had the honor to receive the "Must See BlackBerry Developer Evangelist" Award at Jam Americas in San Francisco.
Robert is a Technical Evangelistfor Mozilla and the Editor of Mozilla Hacks. He's a strong believer in HTML5 and the Open Web, has been working since 1999 with Front End development for the web - in Sweden and in New York City.
Designer and Node.js Maintainer at Heroku
Angus Croll && Marcel DuranTwitter
Marcel Duran is currently a Front End Engineer at Twitter Inc. Prior to that he had been into web performance optimization on high traffic websites at Yahoo! Front Page and Search teams where he applied and researched web performance best practices making pages even faster.
Josh Holmes is a passionate soul who gets his kicks solving problems with deep fried awesomeness. He is currently employed by Microsoft as a program manager on the Internet Explorer team.
Angelina works at Mozilla on Firefox OS as a developer advocate and technical evangelist.
Before that, she worked at the bespoke app company Steam Clock Software, and went to school for Cognitive Science at Simon Fraser University.
Angelina is one of the co-organizers of VanJS, an organizer of the Polyglot Conference, and also helps out with CascadiaJS.
She was also nominated as a 'Brilliant Newcomer' of the 2013 .net Awards.
Mauricio Wolff is T&T Global WebDev Lead na Dell, he is a leader of a developers team in 4 countries, doing AB Tests and customizing for the dell.com sites.
Stoyan Stefanov is a Facebook engineer, ex-Yahoo, architect of the YSlow 2.0 performance tool and creator of the smush.it image optimization tool!
Principal FE at Yahoo!, member of YUI Library core team with extensive experience with end-to-end design and architecture of high performance and scalable web applications.
At the moment, Caridy is focused on SSJS/NodeJS and Yahoo! Cocktails platform.
Zeno Rocha already speaked at HTML5DevConf San Francisco, Frankfurt JAX Conf and in a lot other events. Worked as a software enginneer at Petrobras and front-end developer at globoesporte.com
Today, at 22 years, works as a front-end engineer at Liferay. With various open source projects as Browser Diet and e jQuery Boilerplate, is one of the top 20 most active user in GitHub.
Besides that, he writes articles for Smashing Magazine, is the host of the podcast Zone Of Front-Enders and co-founder of the BrazilJS Foundation.
Jean Carlo EmerCodeminer 42
Jean Carlo Emer is from south brazil, internet artisan, post-modern ilusionist, developer at Codeminer 42 and Computer Scientist.
Loves to learn a diferent language, even the kind that solutes arithmetical and logical problems, style, or generates another.
Is one of the creators of Rye.js and a defensor of the plurality of the librarys aspiring to overcome jQuery.
Developer, entrepreneur, geek, amateur (mountain) biker, amateur runner and the best husband I could ever want for my wife!
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Mauricio Wolff Utilizando node.js para automação de build e deploy
Let's see how to use node.js to automate build and deploy of our applications.
We will use a practical example from the T&T team(AB tests and customization) from dell.com.
Marcel Duran && Angus Croll Performance as a Twitter feature && Learning to fly - Twitter Flight and mixin
Web Performance as a feature should be treated accordingly. This talk covers a few ways Web Performance as any other feature in your application should break builds once tests fail.
Renato Mangini Where modern front-end tooling has gone
When you move from demos and samples to a real app in a real company, you need a good set of tools. In special front-end development, with its populated universe of tools, frameworks and libraries. In this talk, we will learn about Yeoman, a gentle English worker that can help you with the ingrate but very important backstage work of connecting and moving the inner gears that allow your app to shine.
Zeke Sikelianos Crowdsourcing Heroku's Node Buildpack
In this talk I'll discuss the tools and techniques I use to help let the open-source community determine the future of the Node buildpack.
Zeno Rocha Um futuro chamado Web Components
Find out how this new concept, based in these five specifications(Templates, Decorators, Shadow DOM, Custom Elements and Imports) will change for ever the way we develop and interact with the web.
Robert Nyman Bringing the open web and APIs to mobile devices with Firefox OS
Learn about the vision behind Firefox OS, and the open web technologies available for building HTML5 apps, including WebAPIs and Web Activities.
We'll talk about the Boilerplate app and other tools designed to get you started developing HTML5 apps for Firefox OS and the open Web.
Angelina Fabbro How to make mobile apps: Web developer REMIX
What you might not know is exactly where to start. How is building and shipping a mobile app different from a desktop web app? What kind of device APIs can you use to get at the hardware? What are important design considerations when building for a small touchscreen device?
This tutorial will walk you through building and app - live! Bring a copy of Firefox on your laptop with the Firefox OS Simulator plugin installed to participate fully, but it'll be fun just to watch too.
Demian Borba Buscando a melhor performance em Aplicativos Móveis com HTML5
We will share findings, experiences and interesting learned lessons after speed tests, besides that, we will dive deep into Remote Web Inspector, with which it becomes possible to inspect mobile applications in HTML5 in a easier, more detailed way.
Josh Holmes The Perf Doctor is In
Building a high performance front end is a balancing act. You need to understand all the different moving parts and subsystems in the browser and how they interact with each other.
Small changes can significantly impact page and app load time, memory consumption, and processor use which has a huge impact on your user’s experience!
In this session, we will dive into the subsystems of the browser and learn to optimize performance on sites and in web apps.
We will also deep dive into the new performance analyzing tools available expose good and bad run-time patterns for your sites and web apps, and provide users with a fast and fluid experience.
Alexandre Gaigalas API Sex
How to make a good API? What they eat? How do they reproduce? By treating software as small based APIs creatures, we will see their lineages, how they evolve, how to choose them and what makes them effective.
A saga de descobrimento de uma linguagem, suas características, dos objetos até módulos. E além disto, um pouco daquilo que está por vir com as novas especificações.
Thibault Imbert Workers of the web
In this session, we will cover in details how to make your code more responsive and efficient in a very simple way thanks to web workers. Say goodbye to UI locks and single threaded code, start leveraging web workers today!
Caridy Patino NodeJS, the good, the bad and the ugly
From a web application, to a robot interface, you could build almost anything with it, which is one of the beauties of NodeJS.
But the fact that you CAN do it does not mean you SHOULD. For NodeJS developers, the biggest challenge is to know the limitations of the platform to avoid falling into some of the common traps, and today we want to discover some of those common issues, and some general guidelines to get the best out of NodeJS in the different scenarios, from a simple CLI tool, up to high-level app frameworks.
Douglas Crockford Programming Style and Your Brain
Computer programs are the most complicated things that humans make. They must be perfect, which is hard for us because humans are not perfect. Programming is thought to be a “head” activity, but there is a lot of “gut” involved.
Indeed, it may be the gut that gives us the insight necessary for solving hard problems. But gut messes us up when it come to matters of style.
Firefox OS - APP Workshop
The Firefox OS Workshop is an invite-only event with the purpose of assisting developers to port existing web apps into the Firefox Marketplace, create new ones, and make sure they run on Firefox OS. Apply soon, there is limited space!Applications Closed
Be part of this great event. BrazilJS Conf 2013 will be a must be!
Sponsors, without you, this event wouldn't happen...
Mozilla is a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better. We emphasize principle over profit, and believe that the Web is a shared public resource to be cared for, not a commodity to be sold. We work with a worldwide community to create open source products like Mozilla Firefox, and to innovate for the benefit of the individual and the betterment of the Web. The result is great products built by passionate people and better choices for everyone.
A global leader in wireless innovation, BlackBerry® revolutionized the mobile industry when it was introduced in 1999. Today, BlackBerry aims to inspire the success of our millions of customers around the world by continuously pushing the boundaries of mobile experiences. Founded in 1984 and based in Waterloo, Ontario, BlackBerry operates offices in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. BlackBerry is listed on the NASDAQ Stock Market (NASDAQ: BBRY) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: BB). For more information, visit www.blackberry.com
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community that develops open standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web.
A Liferay é líder mundial em soluções para portais horizontais de colaboração social de código aberto. Reconhecida pelo Gartner em seu Quadrante Mágico como líder, possui escritórios físicos em mais de 14 países ao redor do mundo. No Brasil os escritórios estão em São Paulo e Recife, responsáveis por atender toda a América Latina.
Chrome is a fast, simple, and secure web browser, built for the modern web. Chrome OS is an operating system that provides a fast, simple, and more secure computing experience for people who spend most of their time on the web. They are, respectively, built upon Chromium and Chromium OS open source projects. Together, Chrome and Chrome OS aim to move the web forward and to provide a unified browsing experience for your computer, phone and tablet.
Introducing modern.IE, a set of tools and resources from Microsoft to help you support modern and older versions of Internet Explorer. Download Virtual Machines for Windows, Mac and Linux. Test your site on different browsers and scan your site for common coding patterns that could cause compatibility issues. Spend less time testing, and more time building what’s next.
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Curators: Those two are reponsable for the event!
Senior system analyst at Terra Networks, web technology enthusiast, works with development for about 8 years and is highly active in the open source community, and is curator of BrazilJS and RSJS.