If you read this title and thought, "Meh, I’m a beginner and don’t write complex code to worry about that", or "My framework must be taking care of that no?", or "Huh? Whats all that about dude?", this session is just for you.

I’d like to talk to you about what memory leaks are, how they occur and, most importantly, why you should care. With JavaScript becoming ever so prominent, it’d be fun to get to know the common caveats and understand what happens under the hood a little better.

 
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I'd like to talk to you about -

What are memory leaks?

Where do they arise from?

Do you have any control over them? 

If so, how much?

How are they affecting you?

What do you do about it?

Learning Outcome

The aim is to have a look at how JavaScript deals with memory, learn what should we do to avoid memory leaks, and understand the workings of this language  a little better.

Target Audience

Anyone who'd like to take a step towards understanding JavaScript better - regardless of your experience level.

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  • Naresh Jain
    By Naresh Jain  ~  2 years ago
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    Great proposal. Please update your proposal with links to slides and videos from past presentation. If you don't have them, please create a small trailer so we can understand your presentation skills.

    • Siddhartha Bhagwan
      By Siddhartha Bhagwan  ~  2 years ago
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      http://blog.coderbear.com/posts/js-memory-leaks

      I will be documenting here, what I know about memory leaks with examples, to pique interest about the presentation. I'll continue writing about this topic every week and use these examples during the presentation. The presentation would be a summary and continuation of that series, highlighting certain areas that I think would be fun, informative and code for thought.


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