February 18-20, 2015
Montreal, Canada

The Future is Now: JavaScript, ES6, and Traceur

A new version of JavaScript is on the horizon, with features include built-in class support, iterators, templates, destructuring assignment, promises, just to name a few. We don't need to wait to use it! Google's Traceur compiler "transpiles" these new ES6 features, so you can write future compatible code, today!

This talk will cover new features of JavaScript, demonstrating how they can be used to write more maintainable OO JS code.

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Tim Griesser

Tim is a frequent Open Source contributor and speaker, developing in primarily JavaScript and PHP. He is a collaborator on the Backbone.js project and is the author of the Knex and Bookshelf database libraries for Node. Tim is passionate about learning from and teaching the best ideas from different languages and frameworks.

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