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Lunch&&Learn: How to build your own data acquisition framework in Typescript?
Join Devhub Toronto for their weekly series of Lunch&&Learns-- casual one-hour seminars with varying topics targeted at developers. Why not use your lunch break to learn something new? This week's Lunch&&Learn will answer the question of "How to build your own data acquisition framework in Typescript?". This talk will focus on two things: - How to build an API endpoint that can be used to send data to your backend infrastructure. - How to build a Typescript library that communicates with this endpoint to be able to send data from the front-end. The speaker for this Lunch&&Learn is Mohammed Ridwanul Islam Software Engineer at Eventscale and Shopify. Mohammed is working up to his 2nd year at Shopify and is currently with the Eventscale (data platform engineering) team, here in Toronto. Mohammed’s technical areas of expertise are backend and infrastructure development, with over 5 years of experience. Before Shopify, Mohammed has worked at several other companies and industries including sales, advertisement, electrical engineering research, product development and growth hacking. *************************************************************************** Interested in holding a Lunch&&Learn yourself? Or know someone who would be great at it? Email Olivia at: [masked] *************************************************************************** About Devhub: Devhub is Canada’s first full-out community space for developers of all levels. A place where members can work, learn, and teach, whether they’ve been coding for two decades or ten weeks. It’s a space that connects developers with community, mentorship, and a unique co-working environment, all programmed for their needs and growth. ->http://devhub.ca Unfortunately our venue is not wheelchair-accessible. *************************************************************************** PLEASE BYOL (Bring your own lunch): At Devhub we aim to provide developers with free quality events and resources, so are unable to provide lunch for everyone.

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