|11:00am - 6:00pm|
HNL Airport - Domestic terminal 2 - Near baggage claim 26 + Starbucks
Look for JSConf volunteers in shirts and our banner. Grab your bags and come to the rally point, we'll help organize carpools for rides to the hotel!
|1:00pm - 6:00pm|
Beach across from the Marriott
Come grab your badge and swag, meet and play games with other attendees, and relax in the sun.
|6:00pm - 9:00pm|
We’ve picked some amazing places to dine and reserved a few tables for JSConf folks and it’s another great chance to meet new folks or enjoy the amazing restaurant scene in Waikiki with your group. Sign up will be available at the Conference check in. Space is limited.
|9:00pm - 10:00pm|
Marriott - Honolulu or Kou room
For those on later flights, come grab your badge!
|9:00pm - Late|
Marriott - lobby / hotel bar
Grab a drink, meet your fellow attendees, and relax after a long day of travel!
|7:30am - 8:00am|
Kona Moku Ballroom
HI and AIby Kyle Oba
Offline p2p mappingby James Halliday
The Immersive Web in 2019Andrés Cuervo
The browser as a modular, networked video synthesizerby Olivia Jack
Collaborative remote design working sessionsby Anna Watt
Back to the future of JS II: Beyond what we can foreseeby Willian Martins
I Can Babel Macros (and So Can You!)by Shawn (swyx) Wang
TBAby Mohsen Azimi, Joe Lencioni & Brie Bunge
A Cartoon Quest: New Adventures for WebAssemblyby Lin Clark and Till Schneidereit
Bubble Up your Node.js I/Oby Matteo Collina
Embedding V8 in the real worldby Stanimira Vlaeva
|5:30pm - 9pm|
Honolulu Zoo (2 blocks away)
A JS Community celebration featuring critters, sno-cones, and a luau themed dinner. This is an alcohol-free event, and family + friends are welcome with purchase of additional ticket.
|9pm - Late|
Nightcaps and socializing
How to Make Your Website Not Ugly: Basic UX for Programmersby Hilary Stohs-Krause
Witchy Algorithms: Writing Code to Calculate the Phases of the Moonby Amy Wibowo
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Guide to Color Theoryby Louisa Barrett
What Tamagotchis can teach you about ES6 generatorsby Jenn Creighton
Hitting performance goals for the biggest Mobile JS App at Facebookby Konstantin Raev
The Art of Code Commentsby Sarah Drasner
Navigating Unconscious Bias: a tool-based approach to reprogramming our biasesby Emily Kearney
How to Fail at Accessibilityby Trish Ang
Where did all my servers go?by Garth Henson
GraphQL, the Domain Wayby Thais Correia
Building up the Electron Project: Team and Community Engineeringby Jessica Lord