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One Shot London: What you missed

Using Node.js for Everything [Charlie Key](https://twitter.com/zwigby) burns through his jetlag to give a talk on how in 2010 he and 2 other cofounders started messing with node. They created a full javascript multiplayer game (tic-tac-together) in node 0.6.8 which ended up having an uptime of 2 years (!). The ability to quickly develop apps and services led to the creation of [Modulus](https://modulus.io) (one of the sponsors of…

LXJS Day 2: What you missed

by Andy Trevorah. Missed day 1 as well? Read about it here. Keynote: Internet of Nothings [Jonathan Lipps](http://twitter.com/jlipps) kicks off day two with some thought provoking observations on technology's role in our lives. He begins by touching on Albert Borgmann's ideas on the device paradigm and showing the separation between mechanism and product. This separation sadly leads to knowledge being lost as the mechanism becomes more complex. He then goes into Jaron…

LXJS Day 1: What you missed

by Andy Trevorah Keynote: Componentize the web! [Addy Osmani](http://twitter.com/addyosmani) kicks off the event with a back to basics html concept known as Web Components, which are a new set of web platform features that enable developers to build applications in a declarative, composable way. He also mentions the [Polymer library](http://www.polymer-project.org/) that helps us achieve this now, and gave some cheeky examples of it in action. Audio for the…