The JS Kongress Office hours give you a chance to meet face-to-face with the experts. The Office hours are so-called AMA Sessions.
The Atlantic summed up how the concept of Ask Me Anything started:
In 1992, a book debuted called Ask Me Anything: A Sex Therapist Answers the Most Important Questions for the 90‘s. KnowYourMeme says there was a mid-’90s AOL chatroom called, Ask Me Anything in the romance category.
The format is quite simple. There is no format. Anyone can ask anything (based on the suggested topic of the speaker). As simple as that.
|Monday 14:00-15:00||Room #5||Daniel Ehrenberg (Igalia)||TC39 AMA|
|Monday 14:00-15:00||Chillout Corner||Pascal Precht (thoughtram)||AngularJS AMA|
|Monday 16:00-17:00||Chillout Corner||Tobias Koppers (webpack)||webpack AMA|
|Tuesday 11:30-12:30||Room #5||Ashley Williams (npm, Inc)||npm AMA|
|Tuesday 11:30-12:30||Chillout Corner||Martin Splitt (Archilogic)||WebVR AMA|
|Tuesday 16:00-17:00||Chillout Corner||Johannes Ewald (webpack)||webpack AMA|
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