Noticing a trend in the talks about building tools for the developing world: connectivity is a much scarcer resource than compute power.
Amazing story from @patggs about improving Ebola treatment response times with offline-first apps and PouchDB.
As a meetup organizer I have to constantly remind myself of this. Awesome talks are nice but mean nothing without awesome people #jsconf
"Everything we do [at AMP], we want to see in a browser, but changing a browser is..." #jsconf
"Concurrency is usually explained with these high-powered applications. We need to explain concurrency with simple use cases." #jsconf
“if you have a computer science degree and you haven’t read SICP you probably feel guilty about it” #jsconf is so quotable today!
Hadn't realized #jsconf "We must make the Web great again" was going to be an AMP talk. Should have. Title fits in all the wrong ways.
bookmarklets are really interesting possibilities for that incremental hackable web #jsconf
Recurring theme: devs looking back at earliest Web, realizing editing and not just reading docs was key. Want again. At #jsconf & elsewhere.
Recurring themes of @jsconf: Stop ignoring security; Current mobile-inspired UX trends are awful.