How We Built the World Wide Web in Five Days

At the most recent edition of Fronteers Conference – a conference which I’ve been attending for over 10 yeras by now – Jeremy Keith & Remy Sharp did a two-person talk on their rebuild of the original WorldWideWeb application back in February. Join (Je)Remy on a journey through time and space and code as they […]

ESNext: Proposals to look forward to (Fronteers Jam Session)

At last years’ edition of Fronteers Conference I gave a lightning talk on ESNext, covering the TC39 Process and highlighting three of my favorite proposals (some of which have hit Stage-3 by now!). Earlier this week they released the video of my (short) talk The lightning talk itself was a short version of a full […]

Front-End Performance: The Dark Side @ Fronteers Spring Conference 2016

Video of the talk β€œFront-End Performance: The Dark Side” by Mathias Bynens which he gave at Fronteers Spring Conference 2016 which I attended: In security-sensitive situations, performance can actually be a bug rather than a feature. This presentation covers timing attacks on the web, and demonstrates how modern performance-related web APIs can sometimes have a […]

JavaScript Roots: Core Language Essentials

(That’s a presentation embedded above. Use your left/right arrow keys to navigate through it. You might need to click it first in order to focus it.) Whilst we, JavaScript developers, are nowadays spoiled with tools, frameworks, build systems, etc. we might tend to forget some of the core things contained in the JavaScript language. Think […]