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This article was published on February 12, 2013

    Javascript is the language of the Web. Explore its future as we livestream MLOC.JS this week

    Javascript is the language of the Web. Explore its future as we livestream MLOC.JS this week Image by: Jakub Jirsák
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    Javascript is an essential part of the way the Web works these days, and yet there’s so much more that developers could do with it. On Friday and Saturday this week, we’ll be livestreaming a conference that explores the future of this important part of a developer’s toolkit.

    MLOC.JS is a sellout conference taking place in Budapest and organized by the teams behind some of Hungary’s most successful startups; Prezi, LogMeIn and Ustream. Speakers include representatives from companies such as Google, Facebook, Mozilla, PayPal, Groupon and SoundCloud. The program for the event includes talks about everything from ‘Building Hybrid Web Apps’ to ‘Metaprogramming with Haxe/JS.’ As the event website puts it, it “isn’t gonna be huge, but it will be hard core.”

    Yes, this won’t be for every TNW reader, but if you’re a developer who works with Javascript, there will be lots for you here. So, look out for our livestream, starting at 8.50am CET on Friday the 15th and continuing from 10am on Saturday the 16th of February.

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