Mega Meetup - Web Audio, Progressive Web Apps & Webpack 2 + After Party

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Datev IT-Campus

Fürther Str. 111 · Nürnberg

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Details

We're thrilled to announce our mega meetup. This time we have another world class speakers from Germany and UK, plus a {Live:JS} show. It's all about Web Audio API, Progressive Web Apps and Webpack 2.

The meetup will be hosted and catered by the Software Craftsmanship Community at DATEV eG. Big thanks also to adorsys GmbH & Co. KG which backed travel costs for Sam Wray.

18.00 -Public Entrace - Snacks & Drinks - Make Friends

18.50 - Warm Welcome by FrankenJS & DATEV

19.00 - Web Audio API by Tim Pietrusky (https://twitter.com/TimPietrusky) & Sam Wray (https://twitter.com/_2xAA)

Sam and Tim have an extreme passion for music, visualisations and JavaScript. In 2016 they met each other for the first time and decided to combine their projects (modV & NERD DISCO) into one massive audio & visual live performance. This is their story.

Check out their latest talk (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA7-OfYSzvA) at dotJS, Paris 2016.

19.30 - Progressive Web Apps by Johannes Weber (https://twitter.com/jowe)

There's been a lot of talk lately about Progressive Web Apps. The main purpose is to provide an app-like user experience. For those who haven't heard of them, progressive web apps aim to bridge the gap between the mobile web and native apps by providing things like the ability to install, provide offline support, run background processes and send push notifications.

What are the non-technical doubts about using it? How does it work? Is it worth to dig into PWA now?

Johannes Weber shows PWA in action and is intended to answer all these questions.

He is an adviser and developer in the field of web technologies spotlighted on JS. In his free time he loves to bring people together. He (co)-organizes JS Kongress Munich (https://js-kongress.de), AngularCamp Barcelona (https://angularcamp.org/), the AngularJS (https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/AngularJS-Munich/) and ReactJS (https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/ReactJS-Meetup-Munich/) Munich Meetup Groups.

20.00 - Short Break (15 min)

20.15 - In-depth Introduction to webpack 2 by Tobias Koppers (https://twitter.com/wSokra), the creator of webpack

Tobias Koppers gives a in-depth introduction to webpack 2 (https://webpack.github.io/). He focus on advanced features and why to use them in the web. Basic introduction and concepts are also covered but he doesn't go into details here. Knowledge how web techniques is expected from the audience. webpack and web performance knowledge also helps.

Stuff covered: basic concepts, PWAs, On-Demand-Loading, Routers, Caching, HTTP/2, Offline, Service Workers, targeted builds, server-side rendering, analysis, learning material. Talk is in German, slides in English.

21.00 - {Live:JS} by Tim Pietrusky (https://twitter.com/TimPietrusky) & Sam Wray (https://twitter.com/_2xAA)

Live music by Tim and Sam. Hang out with our JS fellows and make even more friends :)

23.00 - Closing Lights

Important information

If you're using a nick name at meetup.com, please add your real name at the reservation (the question when joining the meetup). The information is absolutely private and will not be shared. This may be needed to guarantee access to the venue, since our host has very high security policies.

The meetup is free as always for our awesome community members =)

Please cancel your reservation if you can't make it to the event for waiting attendees.

We have an amazing but packed schedule. Hence there will be not Q&A after each talk. Feel free to connect after the talk :)

Food Options

You can add your preferred food option when reserving for the event (vegan, vegetarian, flexible). Please let us know if you have any allergies.

Share

Feel free to share and connect via #frankenjs (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23frankenjs&src=typd) or #megameetup (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23megameetup&src=typd). We'll provide Twitter walls at the venue as well :)

Software Craftsmanship Community @DATEV eG

The Software Engineers of our inhouse Software Craftsmanship Community are keen of professional software development and solutions. To reach this high level of programming, their members are working according to the motto "Always code as if the person who ends up maintaining your code is a violent psychopath who knows where you live".

Our community welcomes all kinds of software developers without considering their stage of knowledge. Top priority is to exercise together, learning from each other and to help others mastering the craft!

We are proud to host the next community event in our new software developer center DATEV IT-Campus. Normally our craftsmen meet here for the creative work of software development, several code retreats, many coding dojos and so forth. For the first time in a long while there will be no empty coffee pots and pizza boxes because we really need to keep on coding ... CLEAN!

We are looking forward to meet you soon!!

Lovely Sponsors ♥︎♥︎

DATEV eG (https://www.datev.de/) - Software Craftsmanship Community - Hosting & Catering

adorsys GmbH & Co. KG (https://adorsys.de/) - Travel Costs for Sam Wray

Code of Conduct

Please also note our Code of Conduct http://frankenjs.org/coc/ and be nice to each other <3