EN / День 2 / 20:00 / Зал 1

Many web developers know that ECMAScript has the specification for the core of JavaScript, but the specification itself has it's own formatting quirks. This presentation walks through quick examples on how to read and understand the aspects of built-in APIs and syntax grammar from ECMAScript.

The goal is to empower web practitioners — not limited to developers — to comprehend the text of the spec as implementers do. This should enable channels between everyone and create opportunities for those who want to get involved with the standards process set by TC39.

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Leo Balter
Leo Balter

Standards Liaison for the UI Platform team at Salesforce. Helping to push ECMAScript and Web Components forward and testing JS on the way through Test262. Editor of the ECMAScript Internationalization specs. Raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, hobbies include building and maintaining electric guitars and playing video games, mostly Super Mario Maker.

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Nicolò Ribaudo
Nicolò Ribaudo

Nicolò has been a core Babel developer since 2017, and he has helped with the development of different ECMAScript proposal.

When offline, he is a mathematics student in Turin, Italy.

Ujjwal Sharma
Ujjwal Sharma

Ujjwal is an undergrad student, an open source software fanatic, and an active member of the JavaScript ecosystem. A Node.js core collaborator, Electron maintainer, Google Summer of Code mentor, and ex-student, he has been working with the V8 team and the TC39 committee to help make JavaScript better, one commit at a time. He loves to talk about open source software, DevOps, JavaScript, Web Standards, and the Open Web.