1024+ Seconds of JS Wizardry

A session at JSConf EU 2013

Sunday 15th September, 2013

5:15pm to 5:15pm (CET)

We spend our days creating large-scale applications byte by byte. But what happens at night when we get rid of bloated libraries and browser dependencies? What will we discover deep under the surface if we dissect the language of the web into its atomic parts?

In this talk we will hack tweet-sized games, write code in only six characters and create the self-modifying “Hello World” in less than 1024 bytes of JavaScript. All just for fun and without asking “Why?”.

Prepare yourself for 140 slides full of old-school ASCII art and crazy code golfing!

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Martin Kleppe

Mapper. Reducer. – Co-Founder of @Ubilabs, Organizer of @HHjs and @JSUnconf, Code-Golfing at aem1k.com

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JSConf EU 2013

Germany Germany, Berlin

14th15th September 2013

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Time 5:15pm5:15pm CET

Date Sun 15th September 2013

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