March BucharestJS Meetup

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It comes with great pleasure to announce that March BucharestJS Meetup is going to be dedicated to showcasing JS-related educational initiatives & projects.

We're going to have 3 super interesting talks and a total of 6 speakers (including 1 HUUUUGE SURPRIZE! Stay tuned!) that will share their experience teaching or learning JS:

🎤 19:00 - Intro notes

🎤 19:15 - Engaging students in product development by Eduard Budacu (from Dovelopers) and Cătălin Iordache

Sharing the experience of creating a real-time quiz app for the CSIE (Cybernetics faculty in ASE). Students from the senior year were invited to form teams and build a product during the first semester using Web and Mobile technologies. We will present the tech stack, what we learned from the experience and demo the winning product.

🎤 19:45 - How to JS Superheroes? by Giorgiana Vlasceanu and Cristina Titrat from Codette

JS Superheroes is a Codette initiative which promotes Web Development to high school students. Giorgiana and Cristina will present the magic behind the two days workshop happening in high schools throughout Romania.

🎤 20:15 - Tips and tricks in learning a new framework/technology by Andrei Antal - Trainers Manager @JSLeague

After 3 JSLeague workshops of Intro in Angular, ReactJS and Vue.js, we observed some patterns in how developers learn and adapt to new technology. We are going to tackle the learning process and present some tips and tricks to making your life easier when confronted with new or alien technology. We also did a short survey among the community of developers to find out their practices when acquiring new tech skills. We are going to dive into the findings and conclusions.

🍕& 🍺20:45 - Outro & networking

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Don't miss this one and feel free to invite 1-2 friends that might be interested in joining the meetup. Make sure to find us on Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/BucharestJS ) and Twitter ( http://www.twitter.com/bucharestjs ).