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  1. 10 Things I Regret About Node.js - Ryan Dahl - JSConf EU 2018

    See also https://github.com/ry/deno

    JSConf EU is coming back in 2019 https://2019.jsconf.eu/

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  2. Ryan Dahl: Node JS

    For reuse of this video under a more permissive license please get in touch with us. The speakers retain the copyright for their performances.

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  3. Net neutrality was repealed a year ago. What’s happened since? - The Verge

    Three things the FCC’s done since net neutrality was repealed

    https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/9/20687903/net-neutrality-was-repealed-a-year-ago-whats-happened-since

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  4. Node Summit 2017 - PLATFORM AS A REFLECTION OF VALUES: JOYENT, NODE.JS, AND BEYOND - Bryan Cantrill

    Since its inception, Joyent has sought to build robust services for elastic compute and storage infrastructure. For much of our history, our runtime of choice for these upstack services was node.js — to the point that we were the steward of the project from 2010 until the formation of the Node Foundation in 2015. Today, however, while our engineering values remain centered around building robust services, we are no longer exclusive to node.js, finding ourselves looking beyond node.js to other platforms and communities. This talk will candidly describe where we’ve been, where we’re going, and how our relationship with node.js has changed — even as our values have remained the same. Speaker: Bryan Cantrill, CTO, Joyent Location: Level 2, Main Stage

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  5. How Rust Views Tradeoffs

    Stephen Klabnik takes a look at some tradeoffs in the design of Rust, and how that makes it more suitable for some kinds of projects than others.

    https://www.infoq.com/presentations/rust-tradeoffs/

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  6. Dave Jaggar: “A History of the ARM Microprocessor and it’s Rise and Fall […]” | Talks at Google

    Dave discusses the novel and inspiring career that led to the ARM architecture which effectively powers the digital world, being the reason that your phone is small and doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket.

    In the late 1980’s Acorn, a British one-hit-wonder computer company, faced imminent extinction, with its only assets being 18 months of life support rations and perhaps the worst microprocessor ever designed. What they did right was to hire Dave Jaggar, with the ink still wet on his master’s thesis. Over eight years Dave systematically defined the entire ARM architecture, enabling it to be a popular embedded controller for the digital revolution, with around 100 billion units shipped. As ARM’s Head of Architecture Design, Dave authored the ARM Architectural Reference Manual and is the Founding Director of the ARM Austin Design Center.

    Get the book here: https://goo.gle/2Xiheya.

    Moderated by Raymond Blum.

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  7. Carbon Impact.tech: Carbon Capital, Investor Perspectives on Carbon Capture

    Carbon Impact.tech hosted by Fifty Years brought together researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors to look at atmospheric carbon as the opportunity of the century and help catalyze more carbon solutions.

    The symposium covered the nascent technologies that will usher in an era of profitable carbon removal as well as the status quo of carbon solutions and possible business models for implementation. During the symposium, industry experts shared their knowledge on the topic, founders of early-stage companies gave lightning talks on their approach to mining carbon, and brand-name Silicon Valley investors chimed in with their perspective and approach.

    The Carbon Capital investor fireside chat covered overlooked solutions, unused funding models, and undervalued paths to Zero Carbon.

    Participants: Ela Madej, Fifty Years Gustaf Alstromer, Y Combinator James Hardiman, Data Collective Maryanna Saenko, Future Ventures Tom Chi, Investor & Inventor

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  8. Diego Saez-Gil of Pachama - Carbon Impact.tech Lightning Talk

    Diego Saez-Gil, co-founder and CEO of Pachama, gave a lightning talk at Carbon Impact.tech, explaining the company’s business model and approach to mining carbon.

    Carbon Impact.tech hosted by Fifty Years (fifty.vc) brought together researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors to look at atmospheric carbon as the opportunity of the century and help catalyze more carbon solutions.

    The symposium covered the nascent technologies that will usher in an era of profitable carbon removal as well as the status quo of carbon solutions and possible business models for implementation. During the symposium, industry experts shared their knowledge on the topic, founders of early-stage companies gave lightning talks on their approach to mining carbon, and brand-name Silicon Valley investors chimed in with their perspective and approach.

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  9. Max Nova of Silviaterra - Carbon Impact.tech Lightning Talk

    Max Nova, co-founder of Silviaterra, gave a lightning talk at Carbon Impact.tech, explaining the company’s business model and approach to mining carbon.

    Carbon Impact.tech hosted by Fifty Years (fifty.vc) brought together researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors to look at atmospheric carbon as the opportunity of the century and help catalyze more carbon solutions.

    The symposium covered the nascent technologies that will usher in an era of profitable carbon removal as well as the status quo of carbon solutions and possible business models for implementation. During the symposium, industry experts shared their knowledge on the topic, founders of early-stage companies gave lightning talks on their approach to mining carbon, and brand-name Silicon Valley investors chimed in with their perspective and approach.

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  10. Jonathan Foley of Project Drawdown: The Carbon Problem - Carbon Impact.tech talk

    Jonathan Foley, the Executive Director of Project Drawdown gave a "Carbon Problem" talk at the Carbon Impact.tech.

    The talk defined drawdown technologies and laid out the current climate and carbon landscape. It revealed key insights into the scale of the problem — how much CO2 gets put into the atmosphere every year — and provided the foundation of knowledge needed to make an informed attack on CO2.

    Carbon Impact.tech hosted by Fifty Years (fifty.vc) brought together researchers, entrepreneurs, and investors to look at atmospheric carbon as the opportunity of the century and help catalyze more carbon solutions.

    The symposium covered the nascent technologies that will usher in an era of profitable carbon removal as well as the status quo of carbon solutions and possible business models for implementation. During the symposium, industry experts shared their knowledge on the topic, founders of early-stage companies gave lightning talks on their approach to mining carbon, and brand-name Silicon Valley investors chimed in with their perspective and approach.

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