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Track B: Friday May 31st, 2013 - 11:00AM Slot #32

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voodootikigod opened this Issue May 1, 2013 · 7 comments

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Name: Stephen Bannasch
Title: Lab: a JavaScript framework for computational simulations
Description: http://lab.dev.concord.org/
Two years ago the Google Foundation awarded us a major grant to develop a JavaScript + HTML5 version of our educational physics simulation called Molecular Workbench

Because Javascript is fast and the web is ubiquitous, we have extended the work to create a general framework for publishing explorable scientific simulations that run in the browser,

From the beginning we've kept a close eye on performance and extensibility.

We'll show off our framework and talk about the lessons we've learned regarding this relatively new form of web app.
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stepheneb commented May 1, 2013

Name: Stephen Bannasch
Title: Lab: a JavaScript framework for computational simulations
Description: http://lab.dev.concord.org/
Two years ago the Google Foundation awarded us a major grant to develop a JavaScript + HTML5 version of our educational physics simulation called Molecular Workbench

Because Javascript is fast and the web is ubiquitous, we have extended the work to create a general framework for publishing explorable scientific simulations that run in the browser,

From the beginning we've kept a close eye on performance and extensibility.

We'll show off our framework and talk about the lessons we've learned regarding this relatively new form of web app.
Image: https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/5810a1b7743eb2186ca0ea1d0a3469a0?s=140&d=https://a248.e.akamai.net/assets.github.com%2Fimages%2Fgravatars%2Fgravatar-user-420.png
I agree to release any and all audio and video recording and broadcast rights to JSConf for publication

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Name: Joel Dart
Title: Art & Fear and Poetry.js
Description: Inspired by vocal music and the way text is set against music, this project uses JavaScript execution and semantics to progressively enhance text. Why? As with all art - to explore humanity and our world. The underlying theme in this artist talk (and the art it discusses) explores being an impostor and all the ways fear stops us from our best work.
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I agree to release any and all audio and video recording and broadcast rights to JSConf for publication

joeldart commented May 1, 2013

Name: Joel Dart
Title: Art & Fear and Poetry.js
Description: Inspired by vocal music and the way text is set against music, this project uses JavaScript execution and semantics to progressively enhance text. Why? As with all art - to explore humanity and our world. The underlying theme in this artist talk (and the art it discusses) explores being an impostor and all the ways fear stops us from our best work.
Image: https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/384ca9d82c2ce113d36915569c92415c?s=140&d=https://a248.e.akamai.net/assets.github.com%2Fimages%2Fgravatars%2Fgravatar-user-420.png
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FYI, the email address I registered to jsconf is: sbannasch@concord.org

stepheneb commented May 1, 2013

FYI, the email address I registered to jsconf is: sbannasch@concord.org

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Based on http://2013.jsconf.us/schedule it looks like these 3 were not the ones opened up but were the sand trap, haha

joeldart commented May 1, 2013

Based on http://2013.jsconf.us/schedule it looks like these 3 were not the ones opened up but were the sand trap, haha

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Track B slot awarded to @stepheneb

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Track B slot awarded to @stepheneb

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@joeldart ping me direct (voodootikigod on all channels)

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