Meet.js KRK February

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Thursday, February 20, 2020
10:30 AM
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The next meet.js is coming!

and what a meet it's gonna be! Great presentations, splendid guests, free beer! Take your friends, grab a beer and sit tight. You'll have a lot to listen to and talk about.

Whether you're senior developer, JavaScript intern, or you're just dabbling with web apps in your free time, this meetup is the best way to meet people, share and gather new knowledge.

See you soon!

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Timetable:

📌 17:30 - 18:00 Registration
📌 18:00 - 18:15 - intro & news

📌Presentations

📌Łukasz Bandzarewicz - TBA

📌Łukasz Ostrowski - Refactoring React Components
Every application gets heavy and dirty with time. Our weapon to fight with the bad code is refactoring. On this talk, I will go through the common problems specific to React apps and give you tips on how to make code shorter, cleaner and easier to maintain.

📌Tomek Czajęcki - Universal React apps are here: meet Expo for Web

📌Lightning talks

📌Beer and chat time

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🚩 Sponsor:
🙌Huge thanks to the sponsor Houst, who provides space for the meetup, drinks, and snacks. 🙌

Ever considered hosting on Airbnb? It can open a world of opportunity. More time, more money, more freedom. But it’s not easy - sourcing, managing and dealing with a constant changeover of tenants can be tricky. That’s why here at Houst we’re using tech to revolutionise hosting. From powerful host dashboards to industry-leading housekeeping apps, technology drives everything we do.

We’re working on ambitious challenges which no one’s solved before. It won’t be easy, but that’s not why you’re here. You want to make a real impact, shape a business, and have fun doing it. So join us. Together, we’ll define great hosting.

🚩 Please notice that we implemented a new policy about registration and participating in the meetup. The system is straightforward - we overbook, and we have the rule of "first come first serve." This policy was implemented because many of those who marked the "attend" option didn't appear and blocked the sits.