This session will cover the developments of the JavaScript / ECMAScript language in recent years, to give you a quick update on how JavaScript can be written in 2017. The pace of the JS community has remained very high for several years now, and it is often easy to be overwhelmed by the amount of options and new developments. I will present a limited set of features and tools to let you join us in the future without decision paralysis.

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James Titcumb at 11:53 on 29 Sep 2017

Exactly as it says on the tin; good look at what the state of the JS world, was useful for me who doesn't tend to dabble with JS but occasionally needs to. Good to know what other stacks look like and what's popular/not etc. Thanks!

Quite insightful, some helpful guidelines given as well around reactjs & angularjs.