September 15th-16th, Lilienblum 28, Tel Aviv

NodeConf.iS is an exclusive super fun event for tech leaders and full stack javascript programmers.
The event features in depth lectures from international and local top notch speakers, workshops, awesome companionship and great food.

NodeConf.iS 2014 is over and it was a huge success.

Many thanks to the speakers, production team and of course the participants!

See you next year at NodeConf.iS 2015

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  • Most of the talks will be given in english
  • The number of participants is limited.
  • Registration will cost 70$ (about 250 nis)
  • Changes in speaker line up or schedule might occur due to the situation

SCHEDULE

Day 1 (15th of September)

13:00 - 13:30 - Gathering and registration

13:30 - 13:45 - Opening speech

13:45 - 14:30 - Modular email - James Halliday (substack)

14:45 - 15:30 - WebRTC - Damon Oehlman

15:45 - 16:30 - LEBRON - Julian Gruber

16:45 - 17:30 - NodeRT - Nadav Bar

17:30 - 18:30 - Big break and workshop registration

18:30 - 20:30 - Hands on workshops

20:30 - Proceed to Casa Veranda bar

Day 2 (16th of September)

13:00 - 13:30 - Gathering and registration

13:30 - 14:15 - Describing asynchronous systems - Dominic Tarr

14:30 - 15:15 - Flexible Application Management with Amazon OpsWorks - Cyrus Amiri

15:30 - 16:15 - Internet of things - Amos Haviv

16:15 - 17:15 - Big break and workshop registration

17:15 - 20:15 - Hands on workshops

20:15 - 20:30 - Closing speech

20:30 - Proceed to Casa Veranda bar

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Talks

  • Describing asynchronous systems

    Dominic Tarr

    Programming has always been hard, but now that we *must* program across distributed (and thus asynchronous) systems, it is getting harder. There physical and mathematical reasons why this is unavoidable! So we need to get smarter...

    Computer science to the rescue!

  • Modular email

    James Halliday (substack)

    How to build an email system out of tiny reusable components that you can use completely separately from the problem of email

  • LEBRON

    Julian Gruber

    Lebron, that is LevelDB, Browserify and Npm, is a selection of technologies that lets you create mostly basically everything. I’ll live code some cool stuff with it!

  • WebRTC

    Damon Oehlman

    WebRTC brings peer-to-peer networking to the browser, which opens up a whole new breed of applications that can now be built in the browser. This talk will take you through both what can be built, and also how to build awesome applications in an efficient, modular way.

  • Internet of things

    Amos Haviv (Tikal)

  • NodeRT

    Nadav Bar (Microsoft)

    Use Windows WinRT API directly from Node.js in a natural way.

    I’ll talk about building this code generation tool, why we built it and will show some cool demos.

  • Flexible Application Management with Amazon OpsWork

    Cyrus Amiri (Amazon AWS)

    This talk includes an intro to Amazon OpsWorks and a live demo where a node.js powered web application will be deployed and managed through OpsWorks

Workshops

  • Workshop - Unix adventure

    James Halliday (substack)

    Learn to assemble programs the unix way, chaining the stdout of one program to the stdin of the next, creating complex structure from small components

  • LevelDB

    Dominic Tarr

    LevelDB is a minimal database building block that combined with the node ecosystem lets you create powerful data storage in a few lines. This workshop will teach you about LevelDB, node and databases in general

  • Browserify

    Julian Gruber

    Applying LEBRON to build a small scale application

  • WebRTC

    Damon Oehlman

    After the talk its time to get "hardcore" with topics like creating data channels on the server and communicating with multiple browser clients

  • Introduction to Node-Webkit

    Sagi ben basat (ironSource) and Daniel Cohen (ironSource)

    More details soon...

  • DevOps for Node.js

    Adi Baron (Tikal)

    infrastructure provisioning using vagrant and ansible for Node.js applications