The organizers of All Things Open are touting their lineup of speakers today as one of the best “ever” focusing on front-end developers.

Plus: RIoT put on a demo night Monday that drew a huge crowd.

One of the highlights was a demo by JewelBots.

Touted as “The Friendship Bracelet You Can Code!,” the New York startup says it offers “smart jewelry for best friends.”

Catch up on the latest RIoT news in on-site tweets and photos at: 

As for today’s program:

“If you’re a tech conference junkie like we are, we politely ask you to take just a moment to consider…

“Is this the greatest single track lineup ever?”

Continue the organizers:

“We’re talking about the Front-End Developer track taking place at this year’s event on Tuesday, October 24.

In no way are we patting ourselves on the back, mind you. On the contrary. We’re honestly still trying to figure out how all the stars aligned.”

The annual All Things Open at the Raleigh Civic Center is expected to draw a record 3,000 attendees.

Here’s today’s lineup and the topics, in order of appearance:

  • Yehuda Katz, Tilde Inc – EmberJS & Glimmer
  • Jeff Atwood, Coding Horror – User Driven Product at Stack Overflow & Stack Exchange
  • Elliot Harmon, Electronic Frontier Foundation – Fighting Back Against DRM
  • John Papa, Microsoft & Pluralsight – Optimize, Build and Deploying Node.js and Angular
  • Sandi Metz, author, programmer, instructor – You’re Insufficiently Persuasive
  • Ginny Hamilton, Red Hat – 15 Ways to Stand out on Your IT Team