This is a group for practitioners and learners who want to "Be Agile" and go beyond theoretical knowledge.
We would aim to share experiences, war stories of using Agile principles in delivering products and Org Transformation. We would aim to have hands-on workshops to actually see how various flavors of Agile work like Kanban, XP, etc and also have talks and hands on sessions on Technology practices that make all of this possible (like CI, CD , TDD, etc)
Web applications are getting more and more complex. Many organisations are struggling to maintain monolithic front-end codebases and to scale their front-end development processes across multiple teams.
How Micro Frontends can help big teams? What are their main advantages? What are their restrictions? Let’s take a closer look at a working Micro Frontend application developed with multiple apps using multiple frameworks.
Micro frontends are just one approach to managing that complexity, by splitting products up into smaller, simpler applications that can be delivered all the way to production by independent, autonomous teams.
Let's dig deep and learn more about Micro Frontends in detail.
About the host:
With over 18-years in front-end development, Abhinav Sharma is primarily responsible for UI development, UX analysis, and designing UI architecture at Fabric Group.
5:30 - 6:00 pm- Registrations, Meet people, grab some bites
6:00 - 7:30 pm- Presentation
7:30 - 8:00 pm- Q&A, Network.