Powered by JavaScript

An independent meeting on building cutting-edge web and Node.js applications, hosted by Manning Publications

17 September 2014 from 8am to 5pm

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Powered by JavaScript is the event for web technologists, front-end developers, web designers and web entrepreneurs. Focusing on development, best practices and the human experience, Powered by JavaScript's goal is to introduce attendees to the leading experts in the field of front-end development. Attendees can choose introductory talks to get their feet wet, or deep dives to keep their skills sharp.

Powered by JavaScript is a one day conference on September 17, 2014 in St. Louis, Missouri. During this three track, twenty session program, attendees will discover the latest trends in front-end development and the modern web.

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27 known attendees

  • John Coogan
  • Peter Cardillo
  • Alex Miller
  • Pradeep Daripally
  • Kerrick Long
  • Nelis Elorm Duhadzi
  • Lukas Ruebbelke
  • seasoup
  • Ben Vinegar
  • Michael S. Mikowski
  • Brian Lonsdorf
  • Tim Caswell
  • Dave Nugent
  • Michael Nagle
  • Ben Acker
  • Joel Kemp
  • Candace Gillhoolley
  • Pam Selle
  • Dan Shaw
  • Tomomi ❤ Imura
  • Jeremy Wilken
  • Steven Luscher
  • Trek Glowacki
  • Markus Kobler
  • Sarah Groff-Palermo
  • Joel Hooks
  • Mike McNeil

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  • tandy sean
  • Ryan J Ollos
  • takism
  • Nathan Rambeck
  • Linda Nichols
  • Mike Beatty
  • Derek Kastner
  • Nader Dabit
  • Sean Corfield
  • Nicolas Grenié
  • Nicole Schultz
  • Joshua
  • Andrew
  • Luigi Berrettini
  • Steven Roussey
  • Baker Shamlan
  • John Hawk
  • Robin de Jongh
  • Ryan Joy
  • Miguel Miranda de Mattos
  • Erik
  • Ademola "Tope" Adekanbi
  • Samir Gokhale
  • Benjamin Lupton
  • Lori Wilkins
  • Todd H Gardner
  • Courtney Wyrtzen
  • Kelt Dockins
  • Kayla Rose Hinz
  • Joshua
  • Dan Holloran
  • Matt Shwery
  • Andrew Shaw

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