ℹ️We are thrilled to announce our NEW DEVS special for July 29. Big thanks to tollwerk GmbH for hosting us 🥳Huge kudos also to seobility for sponsoring food and drinks.
• 18.30 - Open Doors + Food 🍕
• 18.55 - Warm Welcome
• 19.00 - Adventure Time: Let's build a website in 2019 - Vanessa Böhner
• 19.30 - Build dumb sh*t - Sara Vieira
• 20.00 - Break (15 mins)
• 21.45 - Get drinks & make friends 🍻
👉 Since the pre-event NEW DEVS ON THE BLOCK ends shortly before FrankenJS we have to start a bit later this time.
🙏Please cancel your reservation if you can't make it to the event. Please notice that we are on Patreon, too! A few bucks make it easier for us to organize further events. https://www.patreon.com/frankenjs
+++ Adventure Time: Let's build a website in 2019 - Vanessa Böhner, VueVixens, Munich
How to put something on the web nowadays? There are so many possibilities that one might be overwhelmed by the amount of options. In this talk, @vannsl will talk about her experience as a (Vue.js) developer using Nuxt.js, TailwindCSS, Github, Netlify, Cloudinary, and PurgeCSS.
Vanessa is a web developer. She created her first website at the age of ten and has been passionate about web development ever since. She studied Media Informatics with a focus on Human-Computer-Interaction. Now she is striving to provide customers with the best experience possible while creating modern web applications. She is a city coordinator for the VueVixens in Munich.
+++ Build dumb sh*t - Sara Vieira, codesandbox, Berlin
We tend to see our jobs and our work as developers as the pursuit to help the world and build useful things for other people because that's what we are thought.
When we learn something we make to-do lists, we make useful things. In this talk I am gonna try and show you the value of making dumb things, making useless things.
Developer @codesandbox. GraphQL and Open Source enthusiast. Conference Speaker and Airport expert. Also severely into drums and horror movies. Thinks she's way funnier than she is in reality.
Building web apps is a great way to reach a vast number of people. But to do so, your web content should also be discoverable via search. In this talk Martin will dive into a few best practices for areas like structured data, pagination or lazy loading and see how developers can make sure their content can be found.
Besides the best practices, he will cover different rendering approaches as well as dynamic rendering.
Martin is open source contributor and web evangelist by heart from Zurich with a decade experience from the trenches of software engineering in multiple fields.
He works as a Webmasters Trends Analyst / Developer Advocate at Google for Search & web ecosystem. He helps people building applications or publishing content on the web to be successful, productive and visible.
Martin believes in the web platform and is working with bleeding edge technologies that will allow the web to prosper.
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