It was fascinating and nice to participate in this year's MLOC.js conference, where the big guns like Google, Mozilla, Facebook and WHATWG were also present. The menu offered captivating presentations on a pleasant atmosphere bed; we tried to glance forward and see what the future of the web was (could be).
There can be no complaint regarding the atmosphere of event; the milieu was open and nice. There were developers from all around the world and we understood each other with ease with American, Swedish and Israeli colleagues as well. Everyone was open to discussing their current jobs and projects, the stuff they enjoyed and the stuff they'd like to see improved. An American developer was so enthusiastic about his work that he showed us the apps he developed on his mobile. Then there were of course the usual SWAG that accompanies such events. After entering, we could see many with mloc.js backpacks, however only a few choose to wear the EPAM gloves that were inside the bag. Maybe because it was not as cold as winters come. The content of the presentations lived up to the expectations. In the following, I will sum up the happenings of these 2 days.
Following the weighty topics of Day 1, it was nice to have a beer in the frame of a get-together. The day was perhaps slightly on the deeper side, with too few practical know-hows. Others also admitted that they were too missing to-the-point tricks and tips, and they had also been expecting an approach that was more coding technique-oriented.