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First videos of JSK19 already on our YouTube channel: “Future JavaScript” by Axel Rauschmayer, “frontend engineering at scale” by Nadia Makarevich, “Understanding webpack from the inside out” by Sean Larkin

[Last updated May 10] All videos of #jskongress 2019 will be available for free and in full length. First sessions are already available, and more recordings will be added one by one weekly on Fridays.

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All videos from JS Kongress 2019 are as well accessible for deaf and hearing-impaired people: sign language interpreter Christian (DGS) is visible for the complete duration and captions are available. Meet Christian in this blog post.

These videos are available now (status 2019–04–16) — find all videos in our YouTube playlist “JS Kongress 2019”

Opening Keynote | Everything’s a plugin: Understanding webpack from the inside out | Sean Larkin

Decomposition and beyond: frontend engineering at scale | Nadia Makarevich

Future JavaScript: what’s still missing? | Dr. Axel Rauschmayer

Scaling Node.js applications with Kubernetes and Docker | Erick Wendel

Dissecting a completely Functional-Reactive JavaScript app | Netta Bondy

Streaming HTTP and GraphQL | Rob Richard

Opening Keynote: The big piece of the post-LAMP pie | Maria Shoaib

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