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JS Kongress Munich

JavaScript for web, hardware and games

28 29 November 2016

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22 speakers

22 sessions

Day 1 Monday 28th November 2016

Day 2 Tuesday 29th November 2016

33 known attendees

  • Umar Hansa
  • Frederic Hemberger
  • Zlatko Đurić
  • Kai Radanitsch
  • David Steinkopff
  • Stefan Baumgartner
  • Matteo Figus
  • Thomas Rasshofer
  • Gordon Williams
  • Axel Rauschmayer
  • Béla Varga
  • Johannes Weber
  • Guy Podjarny
  • Oliver Zeigermann
  • Tomomi ❤ Imura
  • Jake Archibald
  • Elisabeth Engel
  • Seth Samuel
  • Jan Lehnardt
  • ⪡Web-Componenter⪢
  • Pascal Precht ʕ•̫͡•ʔ
  • Sebastian Müller
  • Johannes Stein
  • Günter Obiltschnig
  • Sayanee
  • Ingvar Stepanyan
  • Christoph Burgdorf
  • Markus Leutwyler
  • Andrzej Mazur
  • Martin Splitt
  • Carmen Popoviciu
  • Franziska Hinkelmann
  • shaman_sir

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  • Tobias Adam
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  • Alessandro Gatti
  • Christian Sharaf
  • Wayde Stallmann
  • Walé Ogundipé
  • Klaus
  • Chinmay Pendharkar
  • Phil Nash
  • Dmitry Zamura
  • Marc Görtz
  • Brandt Welker
  • Rodney Rehm
  • Martin Sachse
  • joe sepi
  • Andreas Ofner
  • Diviyesh Patel
  • JAMES NKANSAH
  • Sebastian Kippe
  • Michael Kühnel
  • Sam Najian
  • James Allardice
  • Carsten Sandtner
  • marc thiele
  • Vitaly Friedman

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