nodeday

A Node.js conference
by the enterprise, for the enterprise
June 26, 2015
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About nodeday 2015

nodeday is a Node.js conference by the enterprise, for the enterprise. Now in its second year, this one-day industry conference brings together people from companies that have adopted or are planning to adopt Node.js, and focuses on the issues that these companies face. It gives participants a forum to discuss and share their experiences with Node.js, share advice, tips and tricks, and drive forward both the technology and the community.
Come join us at DigitasLBi, Brick Lane, London, UK

Speakers

Lin Clark

About Lin Lin Clark is Dev Star at npm, Inc. Prior to npm, she was a researcher at DERI Galway, one of the world's leading Web Science research institutes, and was core module maintainer on a CMS which powers an estimated 8% of all CMS-driven sites. She has been involved in W3C standardization efforts any many open source projects across different ecosystems.

Lin Clark

Dev Star
npm

Matthew Clark

About Matthew Matthew is a Senior Technical Architect for BBC Online's Sport and live event products. He's led the technical solution for the BBC's online major event coverage over the past four years, including the 2012 London Olympics and 2014 FIFA World Cup. Matthew's a big fan of Node.JS and has played a strong part in promoting its use throughout the BBC. His team is based at MediaCityUK, Greater Manchester.

Matthew Clark

Senior Technical Engineer
BBC

Ian Crowther

About Ian Ian continues to be an active member of the Node community both internationally and here in London. Ian organises events such as the London Node User Group, Nodeschool London and most recently International Nodeschool. He has also taken on roles for conferences such as OneShot by NodeConf and FullStack Conf. Ian has spent a number of years working as a Full Stack Node Developer in the Enterprise tier and runs Nexttick, a Node, Javascript & Docker consultancy in London.

Ian Crowther

CEO
Nexttick

Clifton Cunningham

About Clifton Clifton has a passion for technology, but within the context of the transformational change and value it can bring to an organisation. He is currently Chief Technology Officer at TES Global, having joined the company in May 2014. Clifton was previously the CTO of the MailOnline, and was responsible for building the technology team and platform that helped to more than double the user base in three years to well over 180 million monthly unique browsers in 2014. He was also previously the Head of Web Platforms for Capgemini UK, the Head of Enterprise Architecture at ITV and spent a period from 2004 to 2009 in Accenture’s UK technology consulting practice in the United Kingdom. Clifton received an Electrical Engineering degree with First Class honours in 1999 from The University of Queensland.

Clifton Cunningham

CTO
TES Global

Aaron Faber

About Aaron Aaron is a Senior Interface Developer at the global marketing and technology agency DigitasLBi. He first experimented with Node.js as part of his undergraduate thesis back in 2012 and has been working professionally with the technology since 2013. He has been technical lead on a number of full-stack projects, helping to build products for the healthcare industry as part of the Digital Innovation Group. In his spare time he enjoys making and sipping Sherry.

Aaron Faber

Senior Interface Designer
DigitasLBi

Al Graham

About Al Al is a Senior Consultant for Red Hat working with a number of large enterprise clients in the airline, rail and service industries, using the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform to create hybrid mobile solutions and microservices with Node.js. He also trains and leads internal development teams in how to use Node.js to fulfill their mobile business needs. His previous experience includes work on loyalty systems in the travel industry, natural language processing of documents, and the enterprise CMS space.

Al Graham

Senior Consultant
Red Hat

Ian Huntington

About Ian Ian is a Senior Interface Developer at DigitasLBi and has spent the past year building a RESTful API in Node and NodeWebkit apps. Ian was also a member of a team from DigitasLBi that built a speaking clock for the Hack the Barbican exhibition. Away from writing code Ian plays the piano and attempts painting.

Ian Huntington

Senior Interface Designer
DigitasLBi

Johnathan Ishmael

About Johnathan Johnathan is a Technical Product Owner at BBC Sport and is responsible for the services which underpin BBC Sport, including delivering real-time sports data and mobile alerts. He has worked on projects such as the Olympics 2012 website and the recent Live Elections Coverage for the BBC. He has a strong R&D and software engineering background, with a focus on Internet technologies.

Johnathan Ishmael

Technical Product Owner
BBC Sport

Robert Kuo

About Rob Rob is full-stack software engineer at PayPal, having come from Apple as a front-end engineer. He really enjoys coding in Javascript for both nodejs and the client side, in addition to working with various Javascript frameworks. Recently his focus has been leveraging isomorphic Javascript to develop PayPal’s next money transfer experience, which is scheduled to go into production some time in August. In his off time he likes to work on his personal projects in swift and react-native.

Robert Kuo

Software Engineer
PayPal

Luca Maraschi

About Luca Luca Maraschi is Platform Architect at IceMobile, focused on innovating shoppers digital loyalty. His expertise varies from designing enterprise architecture to designing programming languages, bringing innovation with a touch of craziness. Active sustainer of open-source and bleeding edge technologies, he was attracted by node.js from 0.2.0. He enjoys his free time playing golf, kite-surfing and snowboarding.

Luca Maraschi

Platform Architect
IceMobile

Richard Rodger

About Richard Richard Rodger is co-founder and chief technical officer (CTO) of nearForm, a Node.js consultancy that builds large-scale enterprise systems. He is an internationally recognized thought leader and speaker on Node.js and microservices. He is also author of Mobile Application Development in the Cloud (Wiley, 2012), and former CTO of FeedHenry, a mobile applications platform that was recently acquired by RedHat. Richard is creator of a number of open source tools, including Senecajs.org and Nodezoo.com. Richard is a regular contributor to the Sunday Business Post newspaper in Ireland, and holds degrees in Mathematics and Philosophy, and Computer Science.

Richard Rodger

CTO
nearForm

Andy Royle

About Andy Andy is a Senior Engineer at Opentable now working on the International Engineering Team. He has built many systems and microservices in Node.js at Opentable using Hapi in our endeavor to re-architect our system from a single .NET monolith to a more distributed microservicesarchitecture.

Andy Royle

Senior Engineer
Opentable

Topics and Agenda

9:00-09:30

Registration

09:30-09:45

Welcome

Cian Ó Maidín - nearForm

09:45-10:15

Running Node at Scale

Clifton Cunningham - TES Global

10:15-10:45

Isomorphic Javascript with Kraken and React

Robert Kuo - PayPal

10:45-11:00

Coffee

11:00-11:30

Building Fast-updating Websites Using Socket.IO & React

Matthew Clark - BBC

11:30-12:00

Panel: Node for Digital Media

12:00-12:30

Rapid Digital Innovation: How Node.js Delivers

Richard Rodger - nearForm

12:30-13:30

Lunch

13:30-13:50

Insights into the London Node community

Ian Crowther - Nexttick

13:50-14:20

The Evolution of Modularity

Lin Clark - npm

14:20-14:30

Coffee

14:30-15:00

A Tale of Four Cities

Ian Huntington & Aaron Faber - DigitasLBi

15:00-15:15

Coffee

15:15-15:45

Bringing innovation to Hearts and Wallets: scaling loyalty with node.js

Luca Maraschi - IceMobile

15:45-16:30

Panel: Lessons Learned

16:30

Closing Remarks

17:30

Drinks at DigitasLBi Bar

Code of conduct

Our conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion (or lack thereof). We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.

Location


DigitasLBi

DigitasLBi
146 Brick Lane
London E1 6RU
United Kingdom

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