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auth-name : Hemanth.HM
tag : Javascript, ES6, ES7, ES8
advance costs : TBD
need room : Y
Location : TBD
Can host ppl : N/A
Can host ppl : N/A
# Objective
How ES{6,7,8..} will change the way you code JS, both on client and server side?!
# Description'ES6') is here!
Time has arrived to use the reserved keywords like class and module, along with iterators, for/of loops, Python-style generators and generator expressions, arrow functions, binary data, collections (maps, sets and weak maps), proxies (metaprogramming for virtual objects and wrappers) and much more!
Given that ES6 is very vast, in this talk I shall be giving an overview of all the above mentioned major features with demo on how we can use them today!

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auth-name : Hemanth.HM
tag : WebComponents, Ploymer, X-tags.
advance costs : TBD
need room : Y
Location : TBD
Can host ppl : N/A
Can host ppl : N/A
# Objective
What do I get from attending this talk?
Hmm...This is not a tutorial on web components, rather a study on real use cases which will enable you pick the ingredient for the right dish!
[ "What and Why web components?",
"Use cases with comprative analysis.",
"How to get started with Polymer and X-Tags?"].fill("FTW!");
# Audiances will walk away with:
Enlightment on Templates, Decorators, Custom Elements, Shadow DOM and Imports.
Self contained on when to choose what?
Some uber cool deoms and use cases indeed!
# Requirements
Zeal to embrace the change!

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# infos
auth-name : Frank Rousseau
tag : freedom, privacy, self-hosting, hackable, platform
advance costs : N
need room : N
Location : Paris, France
Can host ppl : 1 ppl
# Cozy, a platform to make the personal server mainstream
One of the most common recommandation to protect your privacy on the web is to
host your services on your own hardware. Unfortunately, that practice is too
complex for most people. It looks like privacy protection is not a feature that
is motivating enough to jump into the self-hosting world.
That's why Cozy is born. Cozy is a platform that allows anyone to manage his
own server as easily as a smartphone. Its architecture is original in two way:
First, it's built like a PaaS, so anyone can build its own web app for the
platform without learning a fancy SDK. Second, applications share the same
datastore that syncs easily with any device.
We believe that, by making the personal server easily manageable and by
providing advanced services that syncs well, we could solve the self-hosting
adoption problem and provide people with a better web experience.
That talk will be the opportunity to explain better why we make Cozy,
to see in details how Cozy works under the hood and to show you a short demo of
the platform and its apps.
* Website:
* Code:

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auth-name : Bryan English
tag : radio, node, rtlsdr, shenanigans
advance costs : TBD
need room : Y
Location : SF, CA, USA
Can host ppl : N
# pirateradio.js
Fun shenanigans using an RTLSDR dongle with node. Yarrr!

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auth-name : Jérome Loï
tag : freedom, privacy, thing that moves and blinks
advance costs : N/A (paris)
need room : N/A
Location : Paris
Can host ppl : 4
# The intranet of things
Now is the time for the internet of things, they say, a bit like the rise of the internet itself, we are "discovering" a new free land, full of creativity, freedom and beautiful ideas.
It is also a time where we know how much value our government value our privacy, a moment where insurance company buy your biometric data for a couple of euro a month ...
History repeat itself, but the cycles are faster and faster every time, we know that we have to fight right now for a free internet, and still we let Trojans in our home everyday.
What we call now internet of things is basically gathering sensors data, send them over the internet to _"the cloud"_ treat/store that data and eventually send data back.
Why don't we take our data back home and treat it where it belongs ?
The privacy we are all betting here is more dangerous than most of our browsing history/personals emails
So we should we build our own system to enjoy the possibilities of all the things without giving sensitive data about our lives.
but can't we play also their own game ? some of them offer them to [pay less insurance by selling your biometric data]( some of them talk about [Building database of biometric data to build per case dependance insurance policies](, can't we all be athletes in the world of things ?
All of these questions have no clear responses, and I believe we should talk about it.
Warning, may contain hardware demos.