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Hang out and discuss JavaScript tips, tricks, hacks, and frameworks with some of the best scripters around. Show off cool stuff you've done and learn about what else is going on in the JS community. No pressure, no mandatory presentations. Come, hang out, and hear great people talk about cutting edge scripting.

CharlestonJS is committed to maintaining an inclusive, harassment-free atmosphere. Attendees, speakers and sponsors must all abide by our Code of Conduct (http://confcodeofconduct.com/). Please do not spam the group with job postings/contact info or bring collateral to the events.

Upcoming events (2)

Intro to FP with RamdaJS and Meet Deno a TS/JS Server Runtime and Edge Computing

Agenda

5:30 - 6:00pm — drinks, snack and networking
6:00 - 6:45pm — Intro to Functional Programming with RamdaJS (Robert Pearce)
6:45 - 7:30pm — Deno TS/JS Server Runtime and Edge Computing Presentation (Tom Wilson)
7:00 - 7:30pm — drinks, snacks and networking

Happy New Year! Charleston JS is excited to kick off the new year!

We have two presentations this meetup:

* Intro to Funtional Programming with RamdaJS (Robert Pearce)
* Meet Deno a TS/JS Server Runtime (Tom Wilson)

RamdaJS is a functional utility library for javascript, utility libraries provide a set of commonly used functions that can enable a very declarative coding style, reduce the code surface, and reduce repetitive bugs. Robert will introduce Ramda and some of its super powers to productive code patterns.

Deno, the TS/JS server runtime, that is bringing the server to the edge. If you are part of the Javascript community you have heard of NodeJS, NodeJS gave developers the ability to write JavaScript on the server and has exploded over the last 13 years! A few years ago the original core developers of NodeJS, started a new project called Deno. This project aims to improve on some of the design issues found in the NodeJS runtime. At this meetup we will dive into Deno and share some opinions on why we believe it is the future of TS/JS server runtimes.

Presenters:

Robert Pearce

Senior Software Engineer at Articulate; President at Pearce Software, LLC. Author of the Ramda Guide - https://ramda.guide/book/intro.html and incredible teacher of technology.

Tom Wilson

Founder/CEO at Hyper63, LLC, community leader, and technology teacher.

Building Excellent UX with Remix & Github Actions and Tag and Release

Agenda

5:30 - 6:00 pm — drinks, snack, and networking
6:00 - 7:00 pm — Building Excellent UX with Remix
7:00 - 8:00 pm — Github Actions and Tag and Release

Talk1: Building Excellent UX with Remix

Remix is a Web Framework that uses the web platform to enable you to build excellent user experiences. In this talk, I'm going to show you what makes Remix so special and how the user experiences you build with Remix are excellent by default.

Presenter: Kent C Dodds
Bio: https://kentcdodds.com

Talk2: Github Actions and Tag and Release

Automating continuous delivery can be a challenge using mono-repos and multiple deployment options. Join Tyler Hall as he presents an OpenSource Github action he has been working on called "Tag and Release" that manages the complexity of CD using Github and Github actions.

Presenter:
Tyler Hall

Bio:
Tyler Hall is a full-stack software developer. He is a Software Engineer at hyper, a company that provides hyper, a meta-service framework, to remove the pain of working with cloud services. Before hyper, Tyler was a Technical Architect at Somo Global, a digital product agency. Tyler enjoys tech such as GraphQL, Deno, and Svelte. Connect with Tyler on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tyler-hall-78a267b3/).

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