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Tuesday, June 23 • 3:50pm - 4:20pm
Resuscitating IoT with JavaScript - Peter Hoddie & Lizzie Prader, Moddable

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We all know IoT has big problems. Its potential to improve our lives has been suffocated by laughable security, lack of respect for privacy, unreliable software, prehistoric user experiences, and limited interoperability. JavaScript has a role to play in solving these problems for IoT as it already has for the web.

Recent engine advances have brought modern JavaScript to inexpensive IoT hardware for the first time. This led Ecma International, the standards body responsible for JavaScript, to create TC53 to define standard software modules for IoT.

This talk introduces work underway to bring JavaScript to IoT at scale including virtualization with Secure ECMAScript, the XS JavaScript engine for resource constrained devices, and Ecma TC53 proposals for standard IoT APIs in JavaScript. These technologies empower web developers to breathe new life into IoT by applying their experience.

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Peter Hoddie

CEO, Moddable
Peter Hoddie is an engineer and entrepreneur focused on client software. He is recognized for crafting compact and efficient code that pushes the boundaries of user experience on consumer hardware. The software he and his teams have built has powered mass-market consumer products... Read More →
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Lizzie Prader

Software engineer, Moddable
Lizzie Prader is an engineer whose educational background is in theoretical computer science, but is currently better described as an engineer focused on developers’ needs. She recognizes the importance of customer support during all stages of a project, and enjoys working with... Read More →


Tuesday June 23, 2020 3:50pm - 4:20pm CDT
Room 2
  IoT