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Wednesday, April 6 • 11:05am - 11:55am
Bringing the Peer Web To All Your Devices with Node.js - Matthew Podwysocki, Microsoft

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Lots of new social networks are coming online seemingly every day, with new ways of sharing data with our friends. But, have you ever thought, when I share this data, who now owns it? And what are they going to do with it? Why can’t I have greater control? Enter Thali (http://thaliproject.org), an experimental open source platform fora creating peer web applications on your devices where YOU own the data. Today, you can build applications using Thali, to create new experiences to share data with your friends, without requiring any internet connection at all, instead will be synced peer to peer via Bluetooth, WiFi direct or other technologies. We'll talk about who is using it and why in the industry. And best of all, you can create them on iOS and Android today and submit them to the App Store or Google Play and make the peer web great again!

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Matthew Podwysocki

Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft
Matthew Podwysocki is a Principal Software Engineer and self-described open sourcerer at Microsoft. He currently works on the Internet of Things, Reactive Programming at All Scales and fixing technical education. He is passionate about STEM and teaching the next generation to cod... Read More →

Wednesday April 6, 2016 11:05am - 11:55am PDT
Harbor Ballroom F