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Expert panel: The state of JavaScript

By Expert Panel

In celebration of JavaScript’s 25th birthday, you might be wondering what’s next for one of the most popular languages in the world—and whether it has the staying power to stick around for another 25 years.

Join us and all-star panel of JavaScript experts for a roundtable discussion on the challenges, opportunities and potential for innovation within the JavaScript community, including:

  • How JavaScript can continue to attract new, young developer talent

  • Strategies for deciding on which framework to use (or not use)

  • The most exciting things happening in JavaScript right now

  • And more

About the author

John Papa

John Papa is a Principal Developer Advocate with Microsoft and an alumni of the Google Developer Expert, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP programs. He's passionate about web and mobile technologies and often enjoys speaking around the world at keynotes and sessions for conferences, including NgConf, Build, Ignite, VSLive and AngleBrackets. John is a co-host of the popular Adventures in Angular podcast, author of the Angular Style Guide, several books, and many popular Pluralsight courses. You can reach him at johnpapa.net or on twitter at @john_papa.

Joe Eames

Joe began his love of programming on an Apple III in BASIC. Although his preferred language is JavaScript, he has worked professionally with just about every major Microsoft language. He is currently a consultant and full-time author for Pluralsight. Joe has always had a strong interest in education, and has worked both full and part time as a technical teacher for over ten years. He is a frequent blogger and speaker, organizer of ng-conf, the AngularJS conference (www.ng-conf.org) and a panelist on the JavaScript Jabber podcast (http://javascriptjabber.com/)

Jeremy Morgan

Jeremy Morgan is a consultant, tech blogger and speaker. He likes to stay immersed with the latest in .NET Development and DevOps during the day and works on Linux machines and microcontrollers at night. Jeremy enjoys teaching through his popular tech blog and is a Most Valuable Blogger at DZone, and also writes for various popular tech sites.