Wednesday, July 23, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
Mountain View, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
James Burke from Mozilla will be exploring the difference between a module's ID and its location, and how module systems handle converting an ID to its location. Concepts discussed include module bundling and how it relates to different delivery systems, HTTP/SPDY, DB storage and local disk access. Applicable to AMD, CommonJS and ES6 modules.
- 6:30pm - drinks, food, and mingle
- 7:00pm - kick-off by John Ciancutti, Chief Product Officer at Coursera
- 7:10pm - talk by James Burke, Mozilla
- 7:50pm - thank you by Jiquan Ngiam and Leith Abdulla, Coursera
About the Speaker
This is part of a semi-regular series we host in our Mountain View office. We'll have incredible speakers and topics from the tech industry lined up, including talks by our own team on what we're working on. This is a great opportunity to enjoy a night of learning, talk shop with our engineers, and meet other interesting industry folks! This event is open to all Coursera employees (no need to register), guests, and any interested parties.
When & Where
This talk is hosted by Coursera. We're an education technology platform that serves the best courses from top universities to millions of learners around the world for free. We embrace learning at scale: our platform features massive courses to hundred thousands of students, automated and crowd-sourced grading, and advanced identity verification.
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