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NodeJS Streams and TypeScript 3 - 2nd Oct, MancJS

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NodeJS Streams and TypeScript 3 - 2nd Oct, MancJS


Hi everyone,

Once again, welcome to MancJS meetup!

This time we are hosting Luciano Mammino who is a Cloud Architect at, an AI-driven network threat detection company and Chris Dell who is a back-end and front-end developer and a TypeScript evangelist.

The event will start at 7pm and we’ll be meeting at Federation House once again. We've got some healthy snacks, beer and non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy before the talk.

Hope to see you there on 2nd October, 7pm. Make sure you RSVP now to confirm your place.

A special thanks also goes to our sponsors MRJ Recruitment, Manchester Codes and Codurance for their continuous support!

Thanks to those of have agreed to speak, you can find speaker details and talk abstracts below.

Luciano Mammino:

Bio: Luciano, coming directly from Dublin, Ireland, is a Cloud Architect at, an AI-driven network threat detection company.
Luciano is the co-author of the book "Node.js design patterns, second edition" (Packt) and maintains, a curate weekly newsletter for the ambitious full stack developer.
You can find him on Twitter as @loige or read his blog at


With very practical examples we'll learn how streams work in Node.js & the Browser. With streams, you will be able to write elegant JavaScript applications that are much more composable and memory efficient! Streams are probably one of the most beautiful features of Node.js, but still largely underestimated and rarely used. Once you'll grasp the fundamentals, you'll be able to solve some ordinary programming challenges in a much more elegant and efficient way. With streams power in your tool belt, you'll be able to write applications that can deal with gigabytes or even terabytes of data efficiently. This talk will cover the following topics: Streams: when and how; Different types of streams; Built-in and custom streams; Composability; Utils & Streams in the browser.

Chris Dell:

Chris Dell is a freelance back-end and front-end developer. He is also a TypeScript evangelist.


Taking static typing and inference to crazy new levels using the advanced new features in TypeScript 3.X. Chris will describe ways of writing robust type safe code that works first time and also overcoming some of the challenges where static typing is frequently abandoned. Talk will include a demo of a couple of libraries that he has published that can aid in writing type safe software.

We hope to see you there!

2 Federation Street · Manchester
19 spots left