Calling all Vue.js fans and developers curious about it! While this group will be primarily focused on VueJS, this is an open environment where all developers can discuss concepts, best practices, or even teach new skills to fellow developers.
Part I - Virtual VueConf 2021 Recap Virtual VueConf 2021 has come and gone, but you don't need to worry about having FOMO. Come join us for a recap of the event's talks. We will talk about what we learned, our experience, and will have a Q&A panel at the end to answer all your questions about the conference. We've missed this during recent meetups & want to make sure we hear from our excellent panelist attendees.
Part II - CodeLabs Join us while we do some live programming on a sample Vue app, especially looking around data handling in Vue 3. Also, bring your own projects or questions, and we can all do some pair programming together!
Ben Hong is a Vue.js Core Team member and a Senior Developer Experience (DX) Engineer at Netlify. He is also a developer / psychologist / educator hybrid who is passionate about creating products that help to empower people with new skills and knowledge regardless of their background.
Tracey Holinka is a front-end web developer and Web Application Architect at Bloomberg Industry Group. She's passionate about building web apps that solve users' problems. When she is not hunched over her laptop, she can be found cultivating vegetables and flowers in her backyard.
Christian Guirreri is a lead front-end engineer at Politico with a vast, varied history of nearly 20 years of experience developing web, multimedia, and mobile applications. Coming from a background in music and science, he is passionate about the latest in tech trends, currently focusing on teams that build in Vue.js.
Jack Koppa is a software engineer, focused on modern web apps & best practices for maintainable, collaborative code. Currently focused on Go microservice development @ Compass, he has also highly enjoyed work w/ Vue.js, loves TypeScript, and improving CI/DevOps practices. Passionate about clean tech, journalism, & hiking.
When clicking the event link, you'll be prompted to download Zoom if you haven't previously used it. If you don't want to download the application, you can also use the web client, which works best in Chrome.
Finally, the meeting capacity will be plenty large for all attendees - feel free to invite any of your Vue friends who can't normally attend in-person! We just ask that people RSVP to the Meetup here in advance.
Questions? Please email [masked] and we'll be happy to help with whatever we can!