Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

schedule

H.1308 (Rolin)


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 10:30 18:55 Graph Processing, Software Defined Storage
Sunday 09:00 16:55 Javascript
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Introduction of OSS Weaviate, the Decentralised Knowledge Graph
What is a decentralised knowledge graph and what is the contextionary that powers it?
Gephi JS: Exploring the dystopian future of a Javascript Gephi Leveraging real-time streaming with Neo4j-Streams Graph usage in EFL
using graphs to navigate a UI
Using networks to study 18th century French trade Differentiated access control to graph data
Applied to TinkerPop-compatible graph databases
Multiplex graph analysis with GraphBLAS Mgmt Config: A tale of three graphs
Real-time, autonomous, automation with graphs (mostly DAG's)
Ceph wire protocol revisited - Messenger V2 Challenges in Monitoring Distributed Storage Environment and how Tendrl addresses them What's new in DeepSea
An overview of new features
Replicated SDS with DRBD & LINSTOR
An Open Source SDS for the automated management of storage clusters
Sunday JavaScript: If you love it, set it free Cross browser extensions Using Progressive Web Apps to control IoT
Using a PWA app to control an IoT device using JS frameworks
High end augmented reality using Javascript
Using markers with a webcam is cool but what about a HoloLens or MagicLeap straight from the browser?
From jQuery to React
Gradual migration with hybrid approach
Developing data structures for JavaScript
Why and how to implement efficient data structures to use with node.js or in the browser
Where is my error gone? PWA caching strategies
How to obtain maximum performance from your Progressive web app
Less painful E2E tests with Cypress.io JavaScript as a teaching-tool
How JS can be used to teach tricky programming concepts.
Bring JavaScript to the Internet of Things - From Embedded Device to Smart Gateway Hacking NodeJS applications for fun and profit
Testing NodeJS Security
Testing GraphQL in your JavaScript application Web Components are the future. And the future is now! Node.js feature-flipping through Git
Git as a Continuous Manager
The JavaScript Binary AST
Making the web faster with a new semantic content encoding

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  Introduction of OSS Weaviate, the Decentralised Knowledge Graph
What is a decentralised knowledge graph and what is the contextionary that powers it?
Graph Processing 10:30 11:10
  Gephi JS: Exploring the dystopian future of a Javascript Gephi Graph Processing 11:15 11:55
  Leveraging real-time streaming with Neo4j-Streams Graph Processing 12:00 12:40
  Graph usage in EFL
using graphs to navigate a UI
Graph Processing 12:45 13:05
  Using networks to study 18th century French trade Graph Processing 13:10 13:50
  Differentiated access control to graph data
Applied to TinkerPop-compatible graph databases
Graph Processing 13:55 14:35
  Multiplex graph analysis with GraphBLAS Graph Processing 14:40 15:20
  Mgmt Config: A tale of three graphs
Real-time, autonomous, automation with graphs (mostly DAG's)
Graph Processing 15:25 16:05
  Ceph wire protocol revisited - Messenger V2 Software Defined Storage 16:30 17:10
  Challenges in Monitoring Distributed Storage Environment and how Tendrl addresses them Software Defined Storage 17:15 17:40
  What's new in DeepSea
An overview of new features
Software Defined Storage 17:45 18:10
  Replicated SDS with DRBD & LINSTOR
An Open Source SDS for the automated management of storage clusters
Software Defined Storage 18:15 18:55

Sunday

  JavaScript: If you love it, set it free Javascript 09:00 09:25
  Cross browser extensions Javascript 09:30 09:55
  Using Progressive Web Apps to control IoT
Using a PWA app to control an IoT device using JS frameworks
Javascript 10:00 10:25
  High end augmented reality using Javascript
Using markers with a webcam is cool but what about a HoloLens or MagicLeap straight from the browser?
Javascript 10:30 10:55
  From jQuery to React
Gradual migration with hybrid approach
Javascript 11:00 11:25
  Developing data structures for JavaScript
Why and how to implement efficient data structures to use with node.js or in the browser
Javascript 11:30 11:55
  Where is my error gone? Javascript 12:00 12:25
  PWA caching strategies
How to obtain maximum performance from your Progressive web app
Javascript 12:30 12:55
  Less painful E2E tests with Cypress.io Javascript 13:00 13:25
  JavaScript as a teaching-tool
How JS can be used to teach tricky programming concepts.
Javascript 13:30 13:55
  Bring JavaScript to the Internet of Things - From Embedded Device to Smart Gateway Javascript 14:00 14:25
  Hacking NodeJS applications for fun and profit
Testing NodeJS Security
Javascript 14:30 14:55
  Testing GraphQL in your JavaScript application Javascript 15:00 15:25
  Web Components are the future. And the future is now! Javascript 15:30 15:55
  Node.js feature-flipping through Git
Git as a Continuous Manager
Javascript 16:00 16:25
  The JavaScript Binary AST
Making the web faster with a new semantic content encoding
Javascript 16:30 16:55