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Michele is a Front End Engineer with a passion for beautiful UIs. He works at Facebook and authored the book React Design Patterns and Best Practices.
Test like it's 2017
Testing UIs has always been a hard job. In the components era, there are new tools and solutions available that transform completely the way we approach testing. From snapshots, through end-to-end frameworks, to style guide testing. In this talk, we'll see some modern (and creative) testing solutions.
Iheanyi Ekechukwu is a Software Engineer at DigitalOcean, living in Brooklyn, NY. He enjoys working with Ember.js and Go and also making videos for Egghead.
gRPC and Protobufs
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Claudia Hernández is senior frontend developer at Dailymotion in Paris. She has previously worked on projects for companies such as Air France, EDF, Groupe SEB and Aéroport de Paris. Claudia has a computer science background and loves learning emerging web technologies. When she is not coding, chances are you’ll find her reading a book ! Claudia also loves travelling and discovering new cultures.
Coming from a physics background, Felix got into software by writing games in Flash. Since then he has spent time working in London and Silicon Valley, working with a wide range of technologies, from mobile to cloud, server to web. He enjoys combining the visual with the technical and is excited about the opportunities WebGL brings. He is one of the founders of Procedural, where he works on creating 3D visualizations, such as those seen on piste.io.
Safari in Safari
Michelle lives in Oakland and works at Stripe. She currently works on the Payments Web team, where she makes iframes and input masking pleasant to work with. Previously, she worked across the stack, on everything from faxing chargeback evidence to building user interfaces for Stripe Radar. In her spare time, she enjoys leisurely walks in grocery stores.
Bounty Hunting: Finding Holes in Modern JS Apps
We're pushing more and more logic into our front-end applications, and along with that we're adding more and more surface area to make mistakes in. Luckily, as our apps grow, so do the tools that help us lock things down. Let's go over a bunch of ways that developers leave themselves open to vulnerabilities, learn about some of the cooler exploits that have occurred in the wild, and then learn about the best ways to avoid entire classes of these problems in our applications.
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