January 21, 2012, Pune
Status: Closed

After Bangalore, JSFoo is coming to Pune! JSFoo is a one day conference about developing next-generation applications in JavaScript. Join us for a full day of intense sessions on a variety of topics ranging from core JavaScript concepts to building complete web-applications in JavaScript.

This is your chance to mingle with and learn from JavaScript experts from all over the country!

Sessions are for 45 minutes each: 30 minutes speaking, 10 minutes of Q&A and 5 minutes for people to move between rooms. Tickets are free for confirmed speakers. If you’ve proposed to speak, please wait to hear from us before you buying your ticket. If your proposal is not selected, you will still get Early Geek pricing.

(This event was previously scheduled for December 10 but has been moved to January since the organizing team was busy with Droidcon.)

# Speaker Section Level +1 Submitted
1 Writing Quality Third-Party JS
Rakesh Pai Default Advanced 8 0 Thu, Jan 12
2 Introduction to Game Development in HTML5
Rakesh Raju Default Intermediate 38 0 Thu, Jan 12
3 Javascript at NH7.in
munimkazia (@munimkazia) Default Intermediate 7 0 Tue, Jan 10
4 Building complex client side apps with Google Web Toolkit
aniket awati (@aniket) Default Intermediate 9 1 Mon, Jan 9
5 How to apply BDD and TDD practices, using Jasmine library?
Anil Tarte (@aniltarte) Default Intermediate 20 1 Mon, Jan 9
6 Amplify your stack
Sunil Pai (@threepointone) Default Intermediate 19 0 Tue, Jan 3
7 Node.js, HTML5 and Phoegap for high performant content site app
Prasoon Kumar (@prasoonk) Default Intermediate 27 1 Tue, Jan 3
8 SEJO Coconut Apps
Mitesh Ashar (@imba) Default Intermediate 1 4 Mon, Jan 2
9 Can we now replace Flash? Open Web Technologies as an alternative to plugins
Michal Budzynski (@michalbe) Default Beginner 5 0 Mon, Jan 2
10 Jquery
Vipul Shah (proposing) Default Beginner 3 2 Tue, Dec 27
11 Building real-time web applications ... (Introduction to Websockets / Socket.IO)
Aditya (@netroy) Default Beginner 11 0 Fri, Dec 23
12 JS beyond the Web - Building Desktop Apps with JS
Aditya (@netroy) (proposing) Default Beginner 12 0 Fri, Dec 23
13 Titanium appcelerator/ Building apps for multiple mobile and Desktop platforms
Karim Memon (@kn330) (proposing) Default Beginner 6 0 Thu, Dec 22
14 CoffeeScript
Shreyank Gupta (@shreyankg) Default Beginner 10 0 Sat, Dec 17
15 Functional programming techniques with JavaScript
Rajasekharan Vengalil (@avranju) Default Intermediate 18 0 Sat, Dec 17
16 Advanced JavaScript Techniques
Rajasekharan Vengalil (@avranju) Default Intermediate 11 0 Sat, Dec 17
17 Angular.js | JavaScript development for the enterprise
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Default Intermediate 7 0 Thu, Dec 15
18 Face / off - JQuery Mobile vs Sencha Touch
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Default Intermediate 16 0 Wed, Dec 14
19 Turbocharge your Canvas based apps using Easel.js
Harish Sivaramakrishnan Default Beginner 4 0 Wed, Dec 14
20 Jquery mobile and phonegap : write your first cross platform app
nitesh sharma (@nitneverlost) Default Beginner 8 1 Sat, Dec 10
21 flatiron: an unobtrusive node.js framework
Pavan Kumar Sunkara (@pksunkara) Default Beginner 9 0 Wed, Dec 7
22 YUI
Manoj Waikar (@mmwaikar) (proposing) Default Beginner 4 0 Wed, Nov 23
23 JavaScript native bindings to node.js
Nikhil Marathe (@nikhilm) Default Advanced 18 0 Wed, Nov 23
24 Node.js Patterns and How we build ActiveNode
Sreekanth Vadagiri (@sreeix) Default Intermediate 14 0 Tue, Nov 22
25 Why jQuery?
Manoj Waikar (@mmwaikar) (proposing) Default Beginner 6 1 Tue, Nov 22
26 The wicked JSON
Ahamed Nafeez (@skepticfx) Default Advanced 15 0 Mon, Nov 21
27 Synchronized models using Backbone, Sockets and Node
Ruben Stolk (@rubenstolk) Default Advanced 22 2 Sun, Oct 16
28 Object Disoriented Programming in JS
Aditya Godbole (@adityagodbole) Default Intermediate 8 1 Fri, Oct 14
29 Error reporting techniques in JS (and introducing Errorception)
Rakesh Pai Default Intermediate 19 1 Fri, Oct 14