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Whats going on in JavaScript Land? (20min) We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript ( Shorter Presentation(10 - 15min): Proposed Pipeline Operator (|>) and Partial Application Syntax - Mike Frazier This proposed and experimental new operator for JavaScript is currently in stage 1 of the TC39 proposal process. The operator allows for the creation of chained function calls in a readable manner. In this talk, we'll cover what the operator does, how it works, and how the partial application syntax proposal works with the |> operator. Mike Frazier is a software engineer at ClickFox, working within the Angular ecosystem, former educator, skateboarder, and does music stuff. Longer Presentation(20 - 30min): Web3- talking to the blockchain with JavaScript - Jason McGinnis As blockchains come in to their next level of maturity the there is a need to have a set of standard tools for interaction and control. Web3 is becoming that standard interface to the blockchain and it enables users to select a blockchain that has the core functionality they require while interacting with that blockchain with a standard toolkit --Web3. We will discuss how we are building our node/react web3 interface to our custom PoA blockchain and the advantages of using Web3 as a standard interface. Jason McGinnis is the director of Colorado Community Currency a non profit company building a distributed ledger based local currency for Denver. Socialize: We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

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