Scaling React with micro frontends, the decision-making diet, and more

React Berlin
React Berlin
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Hey React devs, you're invited to our upcoming React-focused Meetup on November 14. At the event, our speakers will talk about how JavaScript developers can save their decision-making energy for more important decisions, and how to build a plugin system for other devs to independently develop frontend modules for a final product.

We'll also tell you all about the perks of coming to our annual conference React Day Berlin (https://reactday.berlin) happening on Dec 6. 😉

# Event Schedule

18:30 – Doors open: snacks, drinks, networking
19:00 – Introduction
19:10 – 🗣 "Scaling react with micro frontends" by Simon Jentsch
19:40 – 🗣 "Practising the decision-making diet in a JavaScript developer's life" by Robin Pokorny
20:10 – 🗣 "How to improve the quality of your apps" by Manuel Bieh
20:30 – Finishing beers and more networking



# Talks

## "Scaling react with micro frontends" by Simon Jentsch

Because of multiple platforms that we have worldwide, we build a plugin system for our product (portal for restaurant owners) to make the developers of our platforms able to independently develop frontend modules for this portal. The developers are able to deploy independently of our deployment cycle and are (kinda) technology agnostic.

I will tell how they build a runtime plugin/micro frontend system at Delivery Hero.

About Simon (https://twitter.com/tchockie)

Senior Software Engineer at Delivery Hero SE. He's into MobX, GraphQL and of course React.

## "Practising the decision-making diet in a JavaScript developer's life" by Robin Pokorny

President Obama and Mark Zuckerberg wear the same outfit every day. Why? You can’t make decision after decision without paying a biological price. Simply put, they save their decision-making energy for more important decisions.

I have spent the last year on the decision-making diet. In the books, articles, and podcasts I discovered concepts and techniques, I had no idea they existed beforehand.

Quite soon, I realised that as a software developer, I need to apply these to the coding, too. Sometimes as low as on the level of JavaScript language features. In my talk, I will share what I learnt. I will show how to take advantage of precommitment, work on the environment design, and monitor the overall progress. And, most importantly, how I was able to start focusing on the things that matter.

About Robin (https://twitter.com/robinpokorny)

Robin is a JavaScript developer at NewStore, creating a mobile retail platform in React. Enjoys writing functional JavaScript, explores Reason for inspiration. He organises several meetups (including this one), records coding videos, and frequently speaks.

## "How to improve the quality of your apps" by Manuel Bieh

While Product Owners always talk about how important it is to provide a good User Experience, talking about Developer Experience mostly comes short. There are many to make your life as JavaScript developer a whole lot easier, improve the quality of your code, and ultimately bring the software you're building onto the next level. Let's have a look at some of the tools and methods you can use today to make your life as a JavaScript and React Developer easier.

About Manuel (https://www.twitter.com/manuelbieh)

Manuel Bieh is working as a freelancer for over 7 years, with a total experience of over 15 years in the tech industry. He has published a book about React earlier this year to share some of the learnings he had during the 4 years he's been involved in over a dozen different React based frontend projects.



# Code of Conduct

By registering to this event you agree to comply with our Code of Conduct https://reactday.berlin/coc

# Social

Check out last events talk recordings https://www.youtube.com/ReactDayBerlin
Follow updates on twitter https://twitter.com/reactdayberlin