I’m really good friends with the people at Rising Stack in Budapest. I had lots of fun when they invited me to JSConf Budapest back in May, and enjoy every time they show up here in Linz! I’m also looking forward to see them again when Peter will talk at the upcoming Devone conference. So it’s clear that I was more than eager to produce a guest post for their Rising Stack community. Even though I was so eager, it took me roughly 3 months to produce an article based on my recent book “Front-End tooling”. Nevertheless, I thought that my guide to object streams turned out pretty good! I hope you enjoy it!
Back in the day I was an avid reader of The pastry box. You can imagine how super happy I was when Alex, the project’s creator asked me to contribute to his new project Human and the machine. It’s all about productivity, in all shapes and forms imaginable. I wrote about “getting the gist”, and how I manage to stay up to date without having to become an expert myself. Contributing was a wonderful experience, thanks again to Alex for having me and for this great opportunity!
The Perfbytes crew was live at this year’s Perform conference, interviewing crew, attendees and speakers. I had the chance to have a few minutes with them talking about the Visually Complete metric and what it means for Real User Monitoring. Being a podcaster since 2009, it was funny for me doing an interview live from the other side of the microphone. But an experience I fully enjoyed, also mostly due to Mark’s excellent interviewing skills. I should do more live podcasts! If you like, give it a listen at Spreaker. It’s a long show, my part starts roughly at 37 minutes. And keep in mind that I was super jetlagged. Thanks Mark and Brian for having me!
Sebastian and I gathered together a list of links and lots of coverage to our
conference we held in January. Lots of great blogs, podcasts, images and tweets,
including a few words from our side. We had so much fun organising the conference
and a wonderful time being there. Thanks to everybody for coming.
This is a somewhat personal post today. I’m currently in Las Vegas (which would be a story on its own) to
speak and attend our company’s Perform conference. Why me, as a mere
web developer with no customer contact? First, I do like to bring the developer’s view into the whole mix.
Second, I want to see the birth of a new product feature.
Now that my book is out, I dug up an old workshop I held almost one and a half years ago in Belgium at Devoxx. Devoxx is a special type of conference, unlike any other conference I’ve ever seen. And speaking at a cinema definitely is one of the things that get stuck with you. Anyways, here’s the 2 hour course (the rest of the show is a little off topic, intentionally), which is about 75% of the Gulp chapters in live coding.
Let’s make this a tradition! I love to watch conference talks. Be it live or on tape. And just like last year I try to collect the talks that I loved most. I know, since I started organising Script I began seeing conference talks differently. However, those are the ones I put my attendee-hat on. And let’s be honest: A good organiser needs to do that! So enjoy my list of talks I enjoyed most in 2016.
After years of attending conferences and gathering lots of impressions from
around the world, my buddy Sebastian and I decided to do our own thing.
We call it Script’17, and aim to provide an exciting,
ahead and check it out!
I’m so incredibly happy to have my first article published on Smashing Magazine. It’s a
6000 word long story about how we managed to bring roughly 2000 pages on a technology stack made for hackers. It took me
roughly four years to find a story that I’m eager enough to pursue, but in the end I think it totally paid off.
Working with Smashing Magazine, especially Vitaly and Iris, was a complete joy! Thank you again for the professional and
friendly work experience!