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This is a list of must-watch videos devoted to JavaScript

2019

  1. Rich Harris: Rethinking reactivity [36:44]
  2. Mathias Bynens & Sathya Gunasekaran: What's new in JavaScript? [36:32]
  3. Maxim Koretskyi: JSConf EU: A sneak peek into super optimized code in JS frameworks [23:20]
  4. Una Kravets: CSS Houdini & The Future of Styling [25:42]

2018

  1. Jake Archibald: In The Loop [35:11]
  2. Malte Ubl: Designing very large JavaScript application [28:55]
  3. Ryan Dahl: 10 Things I Regret About Node.js [26:41]
  4. Mathias Bynens & Benedikt Meurer: JavaScript Engines: The Good Parts™ [23:09]
  5. Ronen Amiel: Build your own webpack [39:38]
  6. Addy Osmani: The Cost Of JavaScript [20:07]
  7. Erin Zimmer: Further Adventures of the Event Loop [21:15]
  8. Laurie Voss: npm and the Future of JavaScript [55:00]

2017

  1. Lin Clark: A Cartoon Intro to Fiber [31:47]
  2. Yoav Weiss: Caches All the Way Down! [30:58]
  3. Franziska Hinkelmann: JavaScript engines - how do they even? [25:13]
  4. Anjana Vakil: Immutable data structures for functional JS [26:32]

2016

  1. Brendan Eich: JavaScript in 2016: Beyond Harmony [15:31]
  2. André Staltz: Brains as building blocks [21:26]
  3. Cheng Lou: On the Spectrum of Abstraction [35:31]
  4. Anjana Vakil: Learning Functional Programming with JavaScript [29:56]
  5. Kyle Simpson: Advanced Async and Concurrency Patterns in JavaScript [39:42]

2015

  1. Dr. Axel Rauschmayer: Using ECMAScript 6 today
  2. Brendan Eich: ECMAScript Harmony: Rise of the Compilers [19:17]
  3. Andreas Gal: Dirty Performance Secrets of HTML5 [14:15]
  4. Andre Staltz: What if the user was a function? [32:19]
  5. Gilmore Davidson: Time zone of your life [23:40]
  6. Elijah Manor: Eliminate JavaScript Code Smells [29:15]
  7. Dan Abramov: Live React: Hot Reloading with Time Travel [30:40]
  8. Brain Ford: Problem solving in the open source world [29:57]
  9. Kris Kowal: A General Theory of Reactivity [35:38]

2014

  1. Ilya Grigorik: Website Performance Optimization (Udacity course) [1:13:57]
  2. Mark DiMarco: User Interface Algorithms [27:41]
  3. Neil Green: Writing Custom DSLs [29:07]
  4. Eric Bidelman: Polymer and Web Components change everything you know about Web development [36:12]
  5. Alex Russell, Jake Archibald: Bridging the gap between the web and apps [48:40]
  6. Scott Hanselman: Virtual Machines, JavaScript and Assembler [25:56]
  7. Jafar Husain: Async JavaScript with Reactive Extensions [26:38]
  8. John-David Dalton: Unorthodox Performance [43:39]
  9. Gary Bernhardt: The Birth & Death of Javascript [29:22]
  10. Addy Osmani: Memory Management Masterclass [55:06]
  11. Reginald Braithwaite: Invent the future, don't recreate the past [39:16]
  12. Kyle Simpson: Syncing Async [42:25]
  13. Ariya Hidayat: JavaScript and the Browser: Under the Hood [29:13]
  14. Jafar Husain: Version 7: The Evolution of JavaScript [1:11:53]
  15. David Nolen: Immutability: Putting The Dream Machine To Work [22:05]
  16. Pete Hunt: OSCON 2014: How Instagram.com Works [40:18]
  17. Philip Roberts: JSConf EU: What the heck is the event loop anyway? [26:52]
  18. Mark Stuart: Paypal: Web Security in Node.js and Javascript Apps (SPAs) [29:11]

2013

  1. Nat Duca, Tom Wiltzius: Jank Free: Chrome Rendering Performance [40:53]
  2. Ilya Grigorik: Automating Performance Best Practices with PageSpeed [46:58]
  3. Eric Bidelman: Web Components [32:39]
  4. Alex Komoroske, Matthew McNulty: Web Components in Action [41:28]
  5. Paul Lewis, Peter Beverloo: Device Agnostic Development [40:44]
  6. John McCutchan, Loreena Lee: A Trip Down Memory Lane with Gmail and DevTools [42:09]
  7. Joe Marini: Upgrading to a Chrome Packaged App [43:49]
  8. Pete Hunt: React: Rethinking best practices [29:31]
  9. Martin Kleppe: 1024+ Seconds of JS Wizardry [31:01]
  10. Yehuda Katz: A tale of two MVC's [31:06]
  11. Vyacheslav Egorov: Performance and Benchmarking [25:41]
  12. Brendan Eich: JavaScript at 18: Legal to Gamble [25:44]
  13. Mathias Bynens: JavaScript ♥ Unicode [26:12]
  14. Mark Trostler: Testable JavaScript - Architecting Your Application for Testability [45:35]

2012

  1. Ryan Sandor Richards: Garbage Collection & Heap Management [32:57]
  2. Addy Osmani: Scaling Your JavaScript Applications
  3. John-David Dalton: Lo-Dash [25:08]
  4. Gary Bernhardt: WAT [4:17]
  5. Angus Croll: Break all the rules [31:29]
  6. Nicholas Zakas: Maintainable JavaScript [47:04]
  7. Douglas Crockford: Principles of Security [59:52]
  8. Brian Leroux: WTFJS [18:26]

2011

  1. Douglas Crockford: Level 7: ECMAScript 5: The New Parts [57:18]
  2. Douglas Crockford: Section 8: Programming Style and Your Brain [1:06:45]
  3. Ryan Dahl: Introduction to Node.js [1:06:33]
  4. Alex Russell: Learning to Love JavaScript [1:03:25]

2010

  1. Douglas Crockford: Volume One: The Early Years [1:42:08]
  2. Douglas Crockford: Chapter 2: And Then There Was JavaScript [1:30:22]
  3. Douglas Crockford: Act III: Function the Ultimate [1:13:28]
  4. Douglas Crockford: Episode IV: The Metamorphosis of Ajax [1:33:54]
  5. Douglas Crockford: Part 5: The End of All Things [1:24:42]
  6. Douglas Crockford: Scene 6: Loopage [51:52]

2009

  1. Nicholas Zakas: Scalable JavaScript Application Architecture [52:22]
  2. Douglas Crockford: JavaScript: The Good Parts [1:03:47]

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