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Tuesday, June 23 • 11:50am - 12:20pm
Modern JavaScript Infrastructures - Maël Nison, Datadog

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As JavaScript applications have become increasingly complex, so have the tools and mechanisms necessary to create, deploy, and maintain those applications. Dependency trees, type-checkers, test frameworks, build pipelines, browser and source control extensions—the list is extensive and, as a product developer, frankly exhausting!

Enter a new discipline, that of JavaScript Infrastructure Engineer, whose primary focus isn’t servers, but workflows. Their responsibility is to manage the intricate and rapidly-evolving universe of JavaScript best practices, frameworks, and tools, with the goal of providing a robust, unified experience for the developers.

In this talk, I’ll go over the lessons I’ve learned over the years, such as offline-first setups, cache layers, optimising typechecks, and setting up efficient development environments.


Maël Nison

Senior Software Engineer, Datadog
Maël’s been working in the past two years for Facebook, building innovative infrastructures designed to empower thousands of Javascript developers. Now at Datadog, he continues to oversight the development of Yarn, the Javascript package manager, building tools targeted at developers... Read More →

Tuesday June 23, 2020 11:50am - 12:20pm CDT
Room 3