We believe that everyone deserves a thoroughly pleasant meetup experience, regardless of who they are. Therefore, we adhere to the Code of Conduct (http://bocoup.com/community/conduct/) and expect that all of our speakers, attendees, and volunteers will do the same. Please take the time to read it before attending your first meetup!
Additionally, please refrain from posting job listings or unsolicited proprietary resources. Any posts or communication that violate this will be flagged as inappropriate and deleted. Now we have a dedicated slack channel called #jobs.
Welcome to the June edition of BostonJS!
Thank you to Chewy for sponsoring and hosting! Thanks for providing us with the food and drinks!
📢 NOTE: This event will be held on 5th floor instead of the usual 2nd floor. Please ping Lina or Vinay on slack for directions / assistance
At this edition BostonJS welcomes Ethan Strominger! Ethan is a full stack software engineer, trainer, and evangelist for developing high quality maintainable code using test driven development and pair programming. He facilitates two meetups, Boston Software Crafters and Burlington Software Crafters, that focus on learning through practicing coding challenges. He enjoys biking, hiking, and working on open source projects. Ethan can be contacted at https://www.linkedin.com/in/ethan-strominger
🗣 PRESENTATION 🗣
💻 HANDS-ON EXERCISE 💻
After the presentation Ethan will lead us through an optional hands-on exercise. Attendees could participate in the room or do the exercises at home. that is complimenting the presentation. Exercise is OPTIONAL,
BRING YOUR LAPTOP if you want to participate in the room!
⏰ SCHEDULE ⏰
6:00 - 6:40 pm Welcome, networking!
6:40 - 6:50 pm Opening notes, previewing contestants
6:50 - 7:40 pm Talk
7:40 - 8:20 pm Hands-on Exercise
8:20 - 8:40 pm Networking, Bye!
👩💻 ORGANIZERS 👨💻
Lina Lekova - Lead Organizer BostonJS
Vinay Raghu - Co-organizer BostonJS
Adam Conrad - Co-organizer BostonJS
ℹ️ INFO ℹ️
BostonJS has a Code of Conduct https://jsconf.com/codeofconduct.html