Note: This schedule is tentative and may change at any point in time leading up to the event without notice.

Friday December 4th, 2015

Welcome Reception 6:00PM - 9:00PM

Bloomberg Campfire
9:00PM - 11:00PM

Saturday December 5th, 2015

Conference Tracks

Time Zappos Track Track B
7:30AM Hot Breakfast, Coffee, and Registration
9:00AM Opening Remarks by the JSConf US Curators
9:30AM Gaurav Seth & Steve Lucco
Inside Chakra
Kevin Old
Debugging Impostor Syndrome
10:15AM Irina Shestak
Building Interactive npm Command Line Modules -- All The Things
Heiko Behrens
JS on Pebble, Pebble in JS
11:00AM Amy Cheng
Building Your Own Internet of Things: How to Connect All of Your Stuff to the Interwebs
Carlos Perez
Knock, knock, who's there? Designer.
11:45AM Lunch
12:45PM Todd Gandee & Glen R. Goodwin
Creative Borrowing
Ron Cohen
1:30PM Matthew Podwysocki
Change the World With the Peer Web and Thali
Ben Rondeau
i18n via Front-end & Back-end JS
2:15PM Francisco Tolmasky
Transpiling in JS
Kris Borchers
Open Source is Hard
3:00PM Pam Selle
OMG Streams!
Malte Ubl
Make the web great again
3:45PM Break
4:15PM Martin Naumann
Multiplayer WebVR - Virtual Reality using Oculus Rift and Google Cardboard and WebRTC
Rektide de la Faye
HTTP2 Push and WebPush
5:00PM Jed Schmidt
Building BoroJS
Justin Meyer
High Performance Apps with DoneJS
5:30PM Aaron Quint
5 Years of Bacon: Every single thing I've learned since JSConf 2010
6:00PM Closing Remarks from the JSConf Team

Microsoft Pool Dinner Party 7:00PM - 11:00PM - Meet at the Pool Deck

Bloomberg Campfire
9:00PM - 11:00PM

Sunday December 6th, 2015

Conference Track

Time Zappos Track Track B
7:30AM Hot Breakfast, Coffee, and Registration
9:00AM Opening Remarks by the JSConf US Curators
9:30AM Patricia Garcia
Good Tech for Hard Places: Fighting Ebola with Javascript Offline Apps
Chris Gomez
Faster filtered arrays in CanJS
10:15AM Jane Kim
Conquering Fears
Thomas Watson
Emulating printers
11:00AM Rachel White
Internet of Cats
Travis Webb
I'm not qualified to run a software company, AND SO CAN YOU!
11:45AM Lunch
12:45PM Remy Sharp
The toxic side of free. Or: how I lost the love for my side project
David Calhoun
Philosophy and JavaScript
1:30PM Lin Clark
A cartoon guide to the wilds of React data handling
Tim Doherty
Treating Framework Fatigue With JavaScript
2:15PM Dustin Long & Andrew Reitano
JavaScript the NES
Daniel Harden
JavaScript in Space, or There and Back Again
3:00PM Earle Castledine
Painting by Functions
Joey Di Nardo
Atomic Components - Managing Dynamic React Components using Atomic Design Principles
3:45PM Break
4:15PM Jan Lehnardt
JSConf History
Patrick D Kettner
Modern Websites for the Modern Web
5:00PM Charlie Robbins
JSConf changed my life
5:45PM Chris Williams

Closing Party
7:00PM - 11:00PM

Bloomberg Campfire
9:00PM - 11:00PM