About Lucas Recknagel
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AmpeersEnergy

As the “green” CTO of AMPEERS Energy, I am committed to creating a carbon-neutral future. I have a passion for working with NodeJS and Kafka, and I'm eager to delve deeper into Rust and streaming technologies. Whether I'm enjoying a quality cup of coffee or spending time outdoors hiking and skiing, I'm always on the move.

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About Lucas Recknagel
CTO
AmpeersEnergy
Université du Québec

Daniel Lemire is a computer science professor at the Data Science Laboratory of the University of Quebec (TELUQ). He is among the top 500 GitHub users worldwide and has published over 80 peer-reviewed research papers. He is an editor at the journal Software: Practice and Experience,

As the “green” CTO of AMPEERS Energy, I am committed to creating a carbon-neutral future. I have a passion for working with NodeJS and Kafka, and I'm eager to delve deeper into Rust and streaming technologies. Whether I'm enjoying a quality cup of coffee or spending time outdoors hiking and skiing, I'm always on the move.

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WORKSHOP
WORKSHOP
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Have you ever thought about the carbon footprint of your Node.js or JavaScript app? If so - Nice one! Let’s push it further. If not, our workshop provides a starting point for you! We give a short intro about the carbon footprints of humans, clouds, and apps / packages. We explore some open codebases with the focus: how they can be made be more sustainable at scale. We analyze them via CodeQL, find potential sustainability-blockers and show how to “decarbonize node”.
  • Date: 07 Nov 2023
  • Time: 16:00 GMT | 15:00 UTC
  • Length: 1.5 hour workshop
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