Meetup 6

This is a past event

53 people went


2200 Commerce St · Dallas, TX

How to find us

Parking is free and included next to the building where we are located. Additional overflow parking is located across the street at our previous location. I sent out an image with details, but please message Tim Waite directly with any questions.

Location image of event venue


Exciting news - our sixth meetup will be held at Dialexa’s brand new office!! We now have an entire block of Dallas’ East Quarter- located right accross the street from our old office. I’ll post more details and the parking map closer to the meetup date. We can’t wait for you to join us for some great talks and check out the new space.

6:00-6:30pm - Food, Drinks and Networking
6:30-7:10pm - PWAs: The Future & Offline Web by Patrick Hulce
7:10-7:20pm - Jobs Open Mic and Break
7:20-8:00pm - Deep Dive Into Vue's Observables by Martin Arista


Dialexa is a technology services firm that designs and engineers custom products and platforms.

We are engaged when speed and quality count for mission critical challenges, high value opportunities and core differentiating initiatives. Our capabilities include design research, experience design, software engineering, platform engineering and technology strategy.

We leverage our interdisciplinary team and a product-centric approach to building custom technology solutions, whether these are internally facing or customer facing solutions.


Patrick is a former Googler, permanent JS enthusiast. Since working on Chrome, he's been building web performance tooling and AI-powered photography apps. Still new to Dallas, he enjoys exploring the area through photography and running, so please share your favorite spots!


Martin Arista is a Senior Associate who has worked at Dialexa for over 5 years. He focuses on UI engineering, but also uses JavaScript and TypeScript for both backend and frontend development. He also has a background in mobile development working extensively with Swift, React-Native, and Objective-C as well as dabbling with Java and Kotlin.

He's also the youngest of four, left-handed, and drives a stick shift. He's loved computers and learning to understand how they've worked since he was 14.


Feel free to message Tim Waite or Joseph Campuzano if you have any questions!

Additionally, if you are unable to make it or wish to watch the meetup later, this event will be live streamed to YouTube starting at 6:30pm