Past Meetup

BudapestJS 2018 September

This Meetup is past

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Details

As it is the end of the summer vacations for most of us, it is about time we get back to the usual business! This time with 3 presenters!

SCHEDULE
- 18:00-18:30: arrival and mingling
- 18:30-19:00: 1st presentation + Q&A
- 19:05-19:35: 2nd presentation + Q&A
- 19:35-20:00: break, food, drinks, ...
- 20:00-20:30: 3rd presentation + Q&A
- ... socializing and depending on the mood, we might visit a local pub

PRESENTATIONS

CONTAINERS VS. SERVERLESS FROM A DEVOPS STANDPOINT
(Adnan Rahić - JavaScript developer, teacher, and mentor. Technical Evangelist at Dashbird.io")
Abstract:
"The pros and cons of managing your own containers versus letting serverless do it for you - Explained with a simple Node.js app. Two simple real-life examples will show how to deploy an app to a Kubernetes cluster and how to deploy the same app to a serverless environment which includes AWS Lambda and AWS API Gateway."

REACT STATE MANAGEMENT WITH REMATCH
(Konstantin Lebedev - works in Prague as a senior frontend developer. He started his journey as a web developer about 9 years ago, and has worked on different projects, from large enterprise solutions to more "light-weight" startups. He loves all-things Javascript (and TypeScript even more), functional programming, ... )
Abstract:
"State management is a hot topic, with a lot of libraries trying to tackle the problem in their unique way. Redux seems to have taken a strong lead, with a huge community behind it and great documentation. But is there a way to do even better? Can we improve on Redux ideas to make developer experience better? In this talk, we’ll talk about Rematch, a state management library that strives to push Redux to the next level."

REACT + FLOW: DIVE IN
(Luis Felipe Roman - Born in Colombia, living in Prague and leading projects for US startups as a Frontend Developer at STRV, Luis is passionate about technology and loves to share his knowledge with the developer’s community.)
Abstract:
"All programmers have a special part of our brains exclusively dedicated to introduce bugs in our apps, even if we don’t like to admit it, we make typos, pass wrong data and return unicorns where a number was expected. So relying on a static analysis tool like Flow to keep an eye on our code, will not only help us avoid having those issues, but more importantly by doing so we’ll look smarter. This talk will take you to some of the basics and relevance of the type system and then dive deep into typing a react app."