LWS February 15 2016

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Tickets will be released on Friday 5th February at 1pm from our GetInvited page

This month we bring you an extended dance Remix of Dan Appelquist’s talk ”
Ads, Trackers, Blockers, Super-Cookies, Private Modes and other Ghastly Beasts” and first hand insights on building your own JavaScript framework and the challenges this might bring! We’ll also have a lightning talk on Web Components by Francesco Iovine.

“Ads, Trackers, Blockers, Super-Cookies, Private Modes and other Ghastly Beasts (extended dance remix)”, by Dan Appelquist @torgo

After spectacularly failing to deliver this talk in lightning format at the last LWS event, Dan will be back to talk about the rise of privacy enabling technologies on the web. What does the rise of tracker network blockers and ad blockers mean for web sites?

About Dan

Dan Appelquist is an independent consultant and Open Web Advocate, currently splitting his time between projects for the UK Government Digital Service, the Open Data Institute and the Samsung browser team. He is co-chair of the W3C’s Technical Architecture Group, co-founder of the Over the Air hack day. He tweets at
@torgo.

“How to build a JavaScript framework”, by Mike Nelson @accordionpeas

There are many benefits and some detriments to building your own JavaScript framework. With so many frameworks available do you need to build one at all? What kind of API should you provide? And how do you ensure quality as your codebase grows? This talk covers answers to these questions and more in order to provide a solid starting point for you to create a successful JS framework.

About Mike

Mike is Head of Rich User Interface Development at HeathWallace, a global digital agency, where he has worked for the last 8 years. During which time he has built a team of JavaScript developers and created an in-house framework that is used on almost all projects throughout the business. Mike enjoys coding, playing music and drinking beer.

Lightning Talk – Web Components explained by Francesco Iovine, @franciov

Web components are an old concept and soon a new standard for the Open Web Platform. The W3C specifications are still evolving, but there are many libraries and toolkits around, even if designing a high-quality component is still hard to achieve.

Our Venue

ThoughtWorks London

78 Wardour Street

London W1F

Nearest tube station: Piccadilly Circus/Leicester Square

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We are still looking for a permanent venue for
100 plus attendees. Get in touch if you know anybody who can help us with that.

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