JW Developers at Empire JS 2016

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Last week, 10 JW Player engineers attended Empire JS to support one of our own, Donato Borrello, who spoke about “The Nitty Gritty of Video Transmuxing in JavaScript,” and learn from other thought leaders in the JavaScript community.

This year’s conference opened with the inaugural OSS night, where Rob Walch and John Bartos helped to mentor first time open source contributors on fixing bugs, adding features, writing tests, documentation, adding resources, and writing guides. The conference talks covered everything from welcoming open source communities, to transpilers, web workers, the V8 API, node.js releases, and beyond to DJing with Web MIDIs, creating visual art with JavaScript, and mapping the growth of JS conferences around the world. Stay tuned for a follow up post on video transmuxing using Media Source Extensions in JS once the conference videos are posted, but for now, you can find Donato’s slides HERE.

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