Main Stage Speakers
Schedule - April 17 (Workshop Day)
Workshops run concurrently and their durations/end times will be determined by the instructors.
|Arrivals, set up||3rd Floor|
|Get in the Fast Lane: Measuring Web Performance||Sia Karamalegos||3rd Floor - Room 214A|
|Zero Dependency Components: Introduction to Web Components||Nate Clark||3rd Floor - Room 213|
Schedule - April 18 (Conference Day)
|Registration||3rd Floor Corridor|
|Empower Through Web Development||Blake Watson||Main Stage - Theater|
|Renderless Components with Hooks||Ken Wheeler||Main Stage - Theater|
|The Future of Front-End Performance||Sia Karamalegos||Main Stage - Theater|
|The WebAssembly Revolution Has Begun||Jay Phelps||Main Stage - Theater|
|Using JS to Bridge the Tech and Culture Gap||Michael Liendo||Main Stage - Theater|
|Transition to Lunch|
|Overview: Mississippi Coding Academies||Bryce Mullican||Lunch Stage - Rooms 301-304|
|Join the Revolution||Gant Laborde||Lunch Stage - Rooms 301-304|
|Code Everyday: A Self-Taught Developer's Journey||Tae'lur Myers||Lunch Stage - Rooms 301-304|
|Dissecting the fluff from the buff of TDD, Twitter Driven Development||Justin Samuels||Main Stage - Theater|
|How to Avoid SUX (Some User Experience)||Kayla Sween||Main Stage - Theater|
|Full Stack Development in the Era of Serverless Computing||Nader Dabit||Main Stage - Theater|
|Buliding the Next Generation of Mobile Apps Using Draftbit||Peter Piekarczyk||Main Stage - Theater|
|So Many Hats: Security for Web Developers||Vince Falconi||Main Stage - Theater|
|Writing Code Saved My Life||Kurt Kemple||Main Stage - Theater|
|Door Prizes / Announcements / Dismissal||J.C. Hiatt / Kenneth LaFrance||Main Stage - Theater|
|After Party - Open Invite!||Fondren Public|
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MagnoliaJS is Mississippi's first-ever developer conference. Our mission is to foster growth and opportunities for developers in the Southeast and be the launching point for greater things for the tech in Mississippi.
We are aiming to bring together around 200 web developers and friends to learn new skills and concepts and to network and develop new relationships.
Here's your chance to contribute to that mission! We're looking for the best companies to partner with us and help to make the first-annual MagnoliaJS conference a success.