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Beyond the Basics: Design Patterns in JS

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This talk will introduce fundamental Design Patterns for JavaScript, and how to use them to build large-scale applications with loose coupling and scalability in mind. We will also take a deeper dive into the pros and cons of different JavaScript modularization strategies, such as AMD, CommonJS and ES2015. It is not necessary to already know these items but knowing some will help you reinforce your existing knowledge.

This meetup event precedes the Lazy Loading (https://www.meetup.com/Women-Who-Code-SF/events/233503274/) session, which will also take place at Macys.com.

Macys.com will be hosting this event at their space, and Avenue Code will be providing food and drinks.

Avenue Code is the leading IT consulting agency focused on delivering end-to-end e-commerce solutions for the retail industry.

Thanks to both sponsors for making this event the best experience possible!

Agenda

6:30 - 7:00 PM: Sign-in, mingle, and dinner

7:00 - 7:35 PM: First session of lecture and coding

7:35 - 8:10 PM: Second session of lecture and coding

8:10 - 8:45 PM: Optional third session of lecture and coding

8:45- 8:55 PM: Q&A

About the Speaker

Tiago Garcia is a JavaScript P.I., dog daddy, vegetarian rollerblader, not your typical Brazilian.
Tech Manager at Avenue Code, conference speaker and article writer, interested in all the cutting-edge front-end technologies. Check out his talks and articles at http://tiagorg.com (http://tiagorg.com/).

About Us

We are a group of women focused on hands-on coding practice. We share best practice with a healthy combination of dialogue and practice, not just discussion.

Most material is geared towards those actively practicing coding for a significant portion of their time. They have experience with some of the topics we discuss and want to improve. Novice programmers will struggle to keep pace with the group!

In general, familiarity with at least one of the following languages and surrounding ecosystems is helpful: JavaScript, Python, or Ruby.

Beyond the Basics occurs approximately every other Thursday.

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