JSConf EU 2018
I'm off to JSConf EU this weekend, updates to follow.
The "Live" Updates
6:44am, at Heathrow, way too early. Sat in a restaurant wondering if all the fog outside will be a problem
8:17am, about to board. Picked up a copy of Monocle, love the font they use, Plantin and created in 1913 by the Monotype Corporation.
11:59am local time, and we're landed Berlin
12:42pm, melting like cheese in an oven
6:26pm, somewhere near a nice red train station, about to eat potatos
8:18pm, from heatwave to thunderstorms, I've got no idea what to wear. In other news I can order stuff in German, but if they ask if I want a receipt my brain just shuts down 🤷. Off to meet the rest of the troops.
12:28am, we invented the Probably Not. One part German beer, one shot whiskey, topped with a wedge of pineapple
7:58am, super German breakfast at the hotel.
9:24am, conference is just about to start. Holy cow is this a big one!
10:00am, mention of frozen yogurt! In other news, loving how creative this is conference is
10:27am, not many people like semicolons. The illustrations from the first talk on errors were brilliant.
12:48pm, learning all about how systems uniquely fingerprint browsers/users. Dark stuff.
2:29pm, off to hear about web development in China
It was an awesome talk, but I seem to have stopped posting the rest of Saturday from here on 🤷.
~1:00am, karaoke happened
10:17am, survived karaoke till about 2am before everything started getting turned off. Had a pizza slice on the way back. There were a lot of people who were only just starting their night about that time.
There's a couple of friends talking today, looking forward to hearing them speak.
10:31am, pay with your face at KFC China
10:43am, just witnessed Charlie on stage use her mind to control a keyboard and then navigate a 3D space, so awesome.
10:55am, Gabi's time to shine
11:30am, what a beautiful talk, "When you assume, you make an error out of you and me".
11:57am, some really interesting thoughts on our choice of vocabulary within technology by Brittany Storoz.
12:55pm, Adam's friend, Patima Tantiprasut, talking about Overtraining Syndrome. Always a healthy discussion, and learned a new phrase "hard yakka".
3:16pm, some inspiring talks and it's refreshing to hear more than just heavy tech during this conference. Time for a breather though
4:04pm, now for "Securing your site like it's 1999". Sounds like a riot
8:01pm, and that's pretty much it. Time for a party on a boat
10:35am, just about to go for brunch at Datscha Xberg to wrap up the conference. Just people watching from a café nearby while the rest of the FT group meander over.