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Ever thought about localising your site, but realised it led to a lot of messy duplication? Do you want to re-use component styles, but have some styles overwrite others due to that cascade? Not sure where to start with CSS architecture?

Learn from Sareh Heidari how to get started with your own lightweight, localised CSS setup. We'll go through how we use Grandstand, a CSS framework built by BBC Sport, as the scaffolding for our CSS. Starting with bare bones of just ~10kb, it has the flexibility to allow layouts in 10 scripts for 20+ languages, and we’re using it across the BBC News & Sport sites.

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Stack Overflow is a website that helps millions of developers every day. On the other hand, not many developers realize that this site serves them with incredible efficiency. For example, a question and answer page is typically served in 10ms.
How do you serve so many requests in so little time while running on 9 web servers? In this new talk, Marco will explain how this is planned, implemented and measured.

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The web has disrupted the way developer approach software development. It is Fast, almost FTL. It’s not rare to hear people saying they want their own project to scale like the web, and to evolve as fast as the web. But how does it evolves so fast without being (too) chaotic?
Alex and Daniel are W3C Invited Experts and will provide insights into the W3C.

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Vito shares his little adventure and experiment trying to automate the boring bits of his electronic life with a JavaScript tool called Jodot.

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Live streaming can drastically enrich a product: Super-stars connecting with fans, professors broadcasting vivid live courses and live video shopping experiences.
In this talk, Chengxi from Tencent is going to use React, a component based framework which makes it easy to build and maintain the bricks and blocks for a live streaming web-app.

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Remember the times when you needed to hardcode an API response because the actual APIs are still to be implemented? Making it impossible to simulate edge cases with the real APIs or the network? The wait is over! Khang has created just the tool for those situations.

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Cheng will share how Electron managed to attract users and contributors through the shear power of community, from the early days with just one user to now with a new app everyday.

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Ashwin shares his learnings and practices from implementing JavaScript in large enterprises with the intent to bake these learnings into your planning and development process and help you build sustainable applications for enterprise companies using JavaScript.

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Bots are a new way to interface with services and businesses. In today’s landscape, there’s Alexa, Facebook Messenger, Slack and more. Let KahWee show you how you can code and test chat bots efficiently using natural language tools.

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We don’t have a whole lot of data structures here in JavaScript world, but there’s a whole world of super useful data structures out there. In James' talk we're going to learn all about the fundamental data structures. Hash Tables, Arrays, Stacks, Queues, Linked Lists, and Binary Search Trees, we won’t just learn them, we’re going to build them. When we’re done you’ll be impressing all your friends with your mad structured data skills.
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