We are so cheerful to be able to announce episode #5!
Code of Conduct
First of all, everyone involved with JS Kongress has to agree to the Code of Conduct. You agree to comply by participating. Quick version: Be nice to each other and smile! For detailed version go to js-kongress.com/Code-of-Conduct
Please get to know Yulia and Iain, we are so happy that they confirmed!
@ioctaptceb on Twitter
Senior Software Engineer for SpiderMonkeyJS at Mozilla, dowager chair TC39. Working on European Computer Manufacturers Association Script.
Top-level await is in her current focus for SpiderMonkey among others.
@Iainlreland on Twitter
One of his “babies” at SpiderMonkey is the Regular Expression engine.
- What is SpiderMonkey? Where did it come from?
- Mozilla Internals: How does the SpiderMonkey Team work?
- Standardization & Optimization
- Garbage Collector & JIT
- byte code emitter & parser
Anything you ever wanted to know? Ask Yulia and Iain!
Join us on September 29th, 05:30 pm (CEST) when we discuss Mozilla SpiderMonkey. Add your topics, send us your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org