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The Dayton Web Developers (http://www.meetup.com/dayton-web-developers/) group is the longest running Dayton, Ohio Meetup group focused on the craft of Web Development.

[ More about us (http://www.meetup.com/dayton-web-developers/about/) ] [ Resources (http://www.meetup.com/dayton-web-developers/pages/Resources_Page/) ] [ Slack Chat (https://daytonwebdevelopers-slackin.herokuapp.com/) ].

Upcoming events (5+)

New To The Web - February

Dayton Metro Library

At DWD New to the Web, we strive to provide valuable information on web development topics from people working in the field. Great oppertunities for people new to the web to get first hand accounts on trends, tools, and much more...

Playing with Code by Ky Lee

Sparkbox

Are you starting out with coding? Do you want to learn more about coding up a user interface? Or may you want to level up your coding skills in general? Then this is a workshop for you! In this workshop, we will start with solving a UI coding challenge by setting up a playground environment using technology of your choice. We'll go over concept like how to break a problem down, what to think about when building a user interface and feedback loops while coding. I'll also share tips on learning and keeping up with new technologies. Ky Lee is a senior software engineer at Quid. https://quid.com/

New To The Web - March

Dayton Metro Library

At DWD New to the Web, we strive to provide valuable information on web development topics from people working in the field. Great oppertunities for people new to the web to get first hand accounts on trends, tools, and much more...

Where The Web Is Going with Jared Faris

Sparkbox

The web is a strange place with many standards and browser vendors that all have to come together to make something useful. In particular, CSS and JavaScript are evolving at a rapid rate. We'll look at this evolution, and how new tools like CSS Grid, Service Workers, Progressive Web Apps, and Web Components are changing the game. We'll discuss how the W3C, WHATWG, TC39, and the IETF work together (or don't) to push the Web forward. We'll also analyze Microsoft Edge's decision to embrace Chromium, and what that means for the future of web standards. You'll leave this session with new technologies to research, and a better sense of what is to come. Jared is a Microsoft MVP and the VP, Solutions at HMB. Jared is a cofounder of the CloudDevelop conference in Columbus, OH and a frequent speaker at regional events. https://twitter.com/JaredTheNerd https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaredfaris/

Past events (146)

Lightning Talk #11

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