Until the break, there were four speeches. First about community, open source and licenses. What I got from it is that: use Apache license instead of MIT one. Why? The first one has more explicit terminology where to use something and where to not use them.
Right after a lunch break, I listened to talk about Async. How can I leverage async and create proper APIs. I need to grab slides for that one! The last talk before lunch was about imposter syndrome. It was very good talk that gives my insights how to deal which such feeling that I had from time to time (especially with the new projects).
content to learn and try with my self! The new
Proxy API looks promising.
The closing talk was about home automation - I listened man to with great passion for what he does - it was amazing talk.
The first day started with a talk about MVC but not the Model-View-Controller but about Mozart Violin Concerto. It was a great to remind myself about principles that are actual in software engineering word as well as in music.
Before the lunch break, there was a talk about accessibility. I get a lot of insights and thought about how I approach making the websites after this talk!
After the lunch, I watched talk about code reviews and it gets me thinking more about them. How I do them and how others in my team do them too. What is purpose and effect of my code reviews? Great talk!
I also watched talk about animations. It gets me thinking about them and how can I play with them so I I will be able to use them for my future projects. Also great hear.
And here ends my quick summary of two days full of talks and meeting new people at JsConfBP.