JAMstack OPO #3 | Array.prototype.reduce()d to atoms

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JAMstack is not about specific technologies. It’s a new way of building websites and apps that delivers better performance, higher security, lower cost of scaling, and better developer experience.

For this event, we will have Luís Correira demystifying the use of the powerful Array.prototype.reduce() method in JavaScript. We’ll be going over the basic mechanics of it and looking at how it can help to produce elegant transformations on different types of values. You haven’t tried “reduce” before? Do you get all confused trying to read code inside a “reduce”? Do you write “forEach” loops on a daily basis? Wanna have a good time exploring some JS methods and looking at dank memes? Well, buckle up and come along!

About Luís Correia

Luís works as a software engineer for Shift Studio, juggling JavaScript code every day for the greater good of helping others to build web applications the easy way. He’s a contributor for some open source projects like NetlifyCMS and also a motorcycle aficionado and an aviation geek.


- Array.prototype.reduce()d to atoms
- Discussions and beers sponsored by Marzee Labs