Decentralize.js

Use JavaScript for great good!

9 September 2014 from 7pm to 10pm

Let's have ourselves a whole meet-up dedicated to discussing the re-decentralization of the Web and JavaScript's role in that journey!

We'll have 4 short talks (20 minutes, plus time for Q&A), plus a lightning talk round, so that every participant has the opportunity to introduce what they're working on or thinking about. Open end after the prepared schedule.

4 speakers

6 sessions

36 known attendees

  • Jan Friedensreich
  • elf Pavlik
  • /me npm i dance
  • Klaus
  • Jan Lehnardt
  • Martin Stadler
  • Lorenc Estrefi
  • Jan Krutisch
  • Johannes Jö Schmidt
  • mickeyrourkeske
  • Sébastien Lerique
  • Spiros Martzoukos
  • Aditya Bhatt
  • Richard Brammer
  • Αβρααμάκης ¯\(⊙︿⊙)/¯
  • Nikolay Georgiev
  • Johannes Hund
  • Sergey Dobrov
  • Andreas
  • Manel Vilar
  • Fredrik Rubensson
  • iilab
  • ғιѕcнaelaмeer ☂
  • Mario Gemoll
  • Dorotea
  • Witek Strzelczyk
  • Kei Kreutler
  • justin kelly
  • drlogout
  • Guillaume C. Marty
  • Nick Jennings
  • Sebastian Kippe
  • Garret Alfert
  • Lloyd Watkin
  • Michiel de Jong
  • Jan Lelis

16 people tracking this event

  • david potocnik
  • Mark Nottingham
  • Thomas Hollstegge
  • Nils Windisch
  • Astro
  • Joachim Lohkamp
  • Raphaela Wrede
  • Nar Chhantyal
  • Alexander Adam
  • Giulia Alfonsi
  • KartoffelScript™
  • Bruno Vieira
  • Chris Adams
  • Dmytrii S.
  • Jon Richter
  • Fabian Neumann

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