If you want to follow along, or play with the examples, the slides are online and you can also check out the code for the slides.
As I’ve given this talk several times I keep changing bits of the content each time depending on what the audience seems more interested in, plus I also sometimes improvise stuff which I don’t remember when writing the final write up, so if you were at any of the talks and see that something’s missing or different now you know why! I’ve also added a section at the end with frequent questions I’ve been asked, hope that’s useful for you too.
As I hinted in my previous Berlin-related post, I’m going to be participating in another event from JSFest.berlin (note this is a real domain!).
The event is the Web Audio Hack Day, and I’m told that it’s sold out already (!!!) but you can try and add yourself to the waiting list just in case someone can’t attend.
This will be held at the SoundCloud office, so we’ve been promised an amazing sound system. We’ll have to produce something worthy!
“Just turn it into a node module,” and other mantras Edna taught me
The story of leaving behind a random mix of Python + php + bash + makefile + Scons scripts to totally embrace using Node, modules, standard callbacks, browserify, and friends to build toys that bleep and bloop with MIDI, WebGL and Web Audio.
As you can maybe deduct, this might not be your average super expert node.js talk, but a story of learning with a non-appointed mentor and an spontaneous community, and improving and making the most out of node.js—and how it informed and shaped the rest of my coding philosophy, both inside and outside of Mozilla.
I must confess that I’m really humbled and flattered to be amongst this amazing line up of true node experts.
UUUUUUUHHH THE EXPECTATIONS!—feeling a bit like an impostor now.
Next next Saturday 19th of July. See you there? :-)
There is going to be a Web Audio Conference for the first time and it’s going to happen in Paris, next January 2015.
This is co-organised by IRCAM and Mozilla, and I’m excited to be involved as part of the technical committee.
Call for papers is open until October the 10th.
*** GO GO GO AND SUBMIT AWESOME STUFF ***
TL;WR*: a mostly social event, great for meeting the authors of those modules you see scroll past when you run npm install and it installs half of the internet. Also, lots of presentations on somewhat hipster stuff which I not always understood, but that’s great–I like not understanding it all from the get go, so I can learn something. And some discussion about physical and mental health and better community building and other important non purely technical stuff that usually never gets the chance to be discussed in tech conferences.