JSFoo 2012 Pune

Pune gets its own JSFoo

After Bangalore, JSFoo is coming to Pune! JSFoo is a one day conference about developing next-generation applications in JavaScript. Join us for a full day of intense sessions on a variety of topics ranging from core JavaScript concepts to building complete web-applications in JavaScript.

This is your chance to mingle with and learn from JavaScript experts from all over the country!

Sessions are for 45 minutes each: 30 minutes speaking, 10 minutes of Q&A and 5 minutes for people to move between rooms. Tickets are free for confirmed speakers. If you’ve proposed to speak, please wait to hear from us before you buying your ticket. If your proposal is not selected, you will still get Early Geek pricing.

(This event was previously scheduled for December 10 but has been moved to January since the organizing team was busy with Droidcon.)

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Rakesh Pai

@rakeshpai

Error reporting techniques in JS (and introducing Errorception)

Submitted Oct 14, 2011

Go over several techniques for reporting errors that happen in client-side JS code in a fair amount of detail.

Outline

JS errors happen in the wild, and these errors never feed back to the developer. Considering that apps are getting more complex JS-wise, it’s becoming increasingly important to find out about these errors. This talk will go over some 6-7 different mechanisms for reporting errors back to the developer. It’ll end by introducing Errorception (http://errorception.com/) - a service I built, which relies on one of those mechanisms.

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