Reactive Meetups Budapest #1 || JSConfBP edition

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We are delighted to announce that we're doing our very first meetup in Budapest on Sept 24th.

To warm up for JSConfBP (https://jsconfbp.com) we are hosting a meetup with 3 amazing speakers followed by drinks, pizza and neworking.

Please don't forget to sign up here too. You will need this for the registration: https://ti.to/reactive-free/reactivemeetups-budapest-JSConf/with/bsqws4es2z0

//SPEAKERS//

*Damini Satya - Software Engineer at Salesforce*
Damini builds compelling user interfaces and experiences to the world’s leading CRM solutions. She is a speaker, mentor, and advocate for diversity in tech She is an active open source contributor and a part of various open source communities while continually aiming to bring more women into contributing to open-source software.

She will give a sneak peek into Git internals. Raise your hands if you all start to panic when you mess up your local git workflow, trying frantically to save your work and eventually giving in to the complications thereby deleting your repository. Well, Git isn’t the terrible dinosaur you think it is, on the contrary, the messier it becomes, the more interesting it gets. Her session will aim to make friends with Git and express the hidden gems in the mysterious git land which will definitely help you to become more productive and look cool in front of your peers struggling with a git-gone-wild.

*Matheus Fernandes - Principal Engineer at Zeit*
A Software Engineer passionate about open-source, networks, low-latency CDNs and photography. He quit college to pursue his dream of traveling the world and writing code

From his talk, you'll learn how the ZEIT CDN – a 23 (and counting!) location global network – works, and how it can effortlessly help you and your team make use of technologies that guarantee the uptime of your website and APIs, like if you had paid for cloud insurance services.

*Tibor Szasz - Senior Engineer at TransferWise*
Tibor has founded multiple startups and was a mentor at Hungary's leading coding school, before joining TransferWise. He will talk about his side project, and how he built the coolest t-shirt art generator, instart.design.

//SCHEDULE//
18:00-18:30 - Arrival, Registration
18:30-18:50 - Tibor Szasz (TransferWise) - Building a generative t-shirt platform
18:50-19:20 - Matheus Fernandes (Zeit) - ZEIT CDN – Insurance for the Cloud
19:20-19:50 - Damini Satya (Salesforce) - A sneak peek into Git internals
19:50-21:00 - Networking, Pizza & Drinks