JS Monthly, July Event

31 Jul

6:00 pm Nexmo, 15 Bonhill St London EC2A 4DN Bonhill St, London , London



Please note: The event is hosted by Nexmo.

Please give enough notice if you can’t make it!

The program will be as usual:

18:00 – Door open and pizza (and beer) is served

19:00 – Taking JavaScript to the Edge \ Cameron Diver

Smart devices today are very similar to labour-saving gadgets a generation ago: Where previously everything got a power cord, now everything gets a chip.

Thanks to modern solutions and hardware like the Raspberry Pi and solutions like Resin.io removing the difficult and expensive parts of creating physical devices, this is no longer the purvue of specialized embedded developers, and allows anyone who can code in Javascript or pretty much every other language to become part of this massive new wave of innovation.

19:45 – Voice commands to augment accessibility of your communication platform / Kostas Kapetanakis

How to build your own voice-driven Bot to make your communication omni channel more accessible. Integrate Google Assistant to drive basic functionality of your nexmo-stitch based platform. The omni-channel communication can benefit your provided user experience by allowing your users to drive their clients in a voice conversation with your Google Assistant.

You have an idea and you want to be a speaker?

We are always looking for more speakers – submit your talk here (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdFaatfveOUbrmer47jYb5J4J4ttxAFc1CgTjUDltBXmDOJmg/viewform)

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