JS Monthly Lunchtime Meetup #03, July Online Meetup

31 Jul

1:00 pm Online event



ONLINE LINK: https://live.remo.co/e/js-monthly-lunchtime-july-event


13:00 – Event online lounge opens

13:15 – The very first computer program // Steven Goodwin

We all know that Ada Lovelace is credited as the first computer programmer. But what did she write? What did it do? And how does it work?

In this talk, we’ll break down the very first program ever written to explain what it does and how it works. And then we can go on to simulate it within a JavaScript version of Babbage’s analytical engine, rewriting it piece-by-piece until it looks like modern code, and thereby demonstrate what features of current languages we now all take for granted.

We’ll finish up with a discussion on the controversy surrounding her involvement in computing, aiming to answer the question once and for all – “Was she really the first programmer?”

Please give us enough notice if you can’t make it so that other people can take your place.

If you have a talk we’d love to hear from you.

Submit your talk here:(https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdFaatfveOUbrmer47jYb5J4J4ttxAFc1CgTjUDltBXmDOJmg/viewform)

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CITYJS 2020 – GLOBAL ONLINE EVENT (http://cityjsconf.org
) – 14-18 September 2020

Less than Keycap digit two months to go!!

Check our speakers, slowly we will be announcing the Keycap digit twoKeycap digit five speakers!

For the first time, our speakers will be from Keycap digit five continents and Keycap digit oneKeycap digit five+ cities!

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