• Night Owls Hack Night: IBM & Netlify

    Netlify

    Get out and get social: come out and hack on projects together! We're cross-promoting this event on the SF Ruby and SF JavaScript meetups. Bring: Laptops, ideas, projects. Meet other developers. Help each other, or just hack by yourself. 🍕 Snacks & 🥤Drinks: Sponsored by IBM Developers Learn how to build a serverless function on IBM Cloud. Sign up here: http://ibm.biz/SFJSAug19 🏢 Hosted by Netlify 🚋 Public Transportation: From downtown, take the T trolley or 45 bus. From Mission, take the 22 bus. The 22nd St Caltrain station is also a few blocks away. 🚴🏻‍♀️ Bike Parking: Netlify has a hanging rack in the office (and an elevator that will fit a bike) 🏎 Parking: Street parking is free, and in the evening there are lots of spaces on Illinois St behind the building. 🏰 Building Access: The entrance on Third Street is marked with the address. Take the elevator to floor 2 (not 2R), and follow the signs. If you're not familiar with Netlify, check out this video screen cast with Chris Coyier and David Wells for an introduction to some of the coolest features: https://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/165-building-your-backend-with-serverless-functions/ Got questions? Come ask a Netlifriend at the meetup!

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  • [External event/Free] Serverless Developer Summit

    Galvanize - San Francisco

    *This free event is not hosted by SFJS* please register at https://www.meetup.com/IBM-Developer-SF-Bay-Area-Meetup/events/262974711/ Join IBM Developer for our very first Serverless Developer Summit. The Serverless Summit is a full day of talks and networking with speakers from Twilio, Slack, Cloudinary, Kong, StackPath, Espagon and IBM. Free and open to all - come and learn about Serverless, its ecosystem and how to leverage Serverless in the enterprise. Bring your questions and appetite for learning. Learn about event speakers and talks: http://serverless-developer-summit.splashthat.com ==Schedule== *9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Hands-on workshop Bring your laptop and try 3 self-paced Serverless tutorials. Each tutorial can be completed in 7-10 minutes. You will learn how to build the following Serverless functions. You can build one, two or all three. 1) Create, build, and run a cloud-native Node.js Serverless app in less than 15 minutes 2) Create, build, and run a cloud-native Python 3 Serverless application that uses the Visual Recognition service to determine image content 3) Create, build, and run three Serverless functions as a sequence IBM Developer Advocates will be there to help you and answer any questions *10:00 AM Breakfast *10:55 AM Welcome! *11:00 AM Vinciane Chen (Twilio) Deploying Communication Applications with the Serverless API *11:25 AM Tomomi Imura (Slack) Let's Get Chatty with Slack on IBM Cloud *11:50 AM Nima Kaviani (IBM) Knative - Bringing Serverless to your Kubernetes cluster *12:15 PM Kevin Chen (Kong) Open source Serverless with Kong and Apache OpenWhisk *12:40 PM Lunch 1:30 PM Shannon Hogue (Espagon) Distributed Tracing in Serverless Systems *1:55 PM Justin Johnson (StackPath) Serverless Influences on the Edge Computing Future *2:20 PM Coffee break *2:40 PM Brian Luk (Cloudinary) Proofing Cloud Apps for a Media Rich Future *3:05 PM Caleb Brewer (Volta Charging) Building a cloud, stories from going Serverless at Volta *3:30 PM Marek Sadowki and Upkar Lidder (IBM) Serverless - real world use cases you can apply in your solutions today *4:00 PM Happy hour! Learn about event speakers and talks: http://serverless-developer-summit.splashthat.com

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  • Night Owls Hack Night: Call for Code & Netlify

    Get out and get social: come out and hack on projects together! We're cross-promoting this event on the SF Ruby and SF JavaScript meetups. Bring: Laptops, ideas, projects. Meet other developers. Help each other, or just hack by yourself. 🍕 Snacks & 🥤Drinks: Sponsored by IBM Developers IBM is supporting the 2019 Call for Code Global Challenge, which asks developers to create solutions that significantly improve preparedness for natural disasters and relief. Contribute here: https://callforcode.org/challenge/ 🏢 Hosted by Netlify 🚋 Public Transportation: From downtown, take the T trolley or 45 bus. From Mission, take the 22 bus. The 22nd St Caltrain station is also a few blocks away. 🚴🏻‍♀️ Bike Parking: Netlify has a hanging rack in the office (and an elevator that will fit a bike) 🏎 Parking: Street parking is free, and in the evening there are lots of spaces on Illinois St behind the building. 🏰 Building Access: The entrance on Third Street is marked with the address. Take the elevator to floor 2 (not 2R), and follow the signs. If you're not familiar with Netlify, check out this video screen cast with Chris Coyier and David Wells for an introduction to some of the coolest features: https://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/165-building-your-backend-with-serverless-functions/ Got questions? Come ask a Netlifriend at the meetup!

  • *External Event* BuildETH Decentralized App Developer Conference

    Mission Bay Conference Center

    *NOTE: This is an outside event organized by BuildETH. You must register at https://www.buildeth.io/. Use discount code "/JAVASCRIPT" for 20% off your ticket.* BuildETH will be held on July 19, 2019 in San Francisco. It is a one-day Ethereum developer conference and will feature presentations, workshops, round table discussions, and expert sessions from the top developers and architects in the Ethereum and blockchain community. It will be a premier gathering of the best creators, innovators, and industry experts in the decentralized space. Talks and discussions will cover everything from the basics on Dapp development to issues such as real-world usability, layer 2 solutions for security and scalability, stable coins, network governance, secure smart contract development, decentralized identity, and more. Register at https://www.buildeth.io/ using discount code javascript for 20% off your ticket.

  • Night Owls Hack Night: Call for Code & Netlify

    Get out and get social: come out and hack on projects together! We're cross-promoting this event on the SF Ruby and SF JavaScript meetups. Bring: Laptops, ideas, projects. Meet other developers. Help each other, or just hack by yourself. 🍕 Snacks & 🥤Drinks: Sponsored by IBM Developers IBM is supporting the 2019 Call for Code Global Challenge, which asks developers to create solutions that significantly improve preparedness for natural disasters and relief. Contribute here: https://callforcode.org/challenge/ ☁ Get a free IBM Cloud instance: https://ibm.biz/Bd25zM 🏢 Hosted by Netlify 🚋 Public Transportation: From downtown, take the T trolley or 45 bus. From Mission, take the 22 bus. The 22nd St Caltrain station is also a few blocks away. 🚴🏻‍♀️ Bike Parking: Netlify has a hanging rack in the office (and an elevator that will fit a bike) 🏎 Parking: Street parking is free, and in the evening there are lots of spaces on Illinois St behind the building. 🏰 Building Access: The entrance on Third Street is marked with the address. Take the elevator to floor 2 (not 2R), and follow the signs. If you're not familiar with Netlify, check out this video screen cast with Chris Coyier and David Wells for an introduction to some of the coolest features: https://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/165-building-your-backend-with-serverless-functions/ Got questions? Come ask a Netlifriend at the meetup!

  • Night Owls Hack Night: Call for Code

    PubNub

    Get out and get social: come out and hack on projects together! We're cross-promoting this event on the SF Ruby and SF JavaScript meetups. Bring: Laptops, ideas, projects. Meet other developers. Help each other, or just hack by yourself. Agenda: 6:00-6:30 Registration & Introductions 6:30-6:45 Marek Sadowski presents AI based Visual Recognition under 10 minutes with Node.Red 6:45-9:00 Open-format hacking with support from PubNub and IBM developers 9:00 Event ends! 📣 Call for Code 2019 Building on the success of the 2018 competition, the Call for Code 2019 Global Challenge again asks teams of developers, data scientists, designers, business analysts, subject matter experts and more to build solutions that significantly improve preparedness for natural disasters and accelerate relief when they hit. Prizes include $200,000 cash and open source support from the Linux Foundation. Answer the call: https://ibm.biz/Bdzs3m 🍕 Snacks & 🥤Drinks: Sponsored by IBM Developers IBM is supporting the 2019 Call for Code Global Challenge, which asks developers to create solutions that significantly improve preparedness for natural disasters and relief. Contribute here: https://ibm.biz/Bdzs3m 🏢 Hosted by PubNub: https://www.pubnub.com/ 🚋 Public Transportation: PubNub is 3.5 blocks from the Montgomery and Powell St BART/Muni stops. The closest Muni bus stops are for the 8, 12, 30, 45 and 91 lines. It is also walkable from Caltrain. 🚴🏻‍♀️ Bike Parking: PubNub has a hanging rack in the office. 🏎 Parking: Street parking is free in the evening, and there are two paid garages nearby. 🏰 Building Access: The entrance is on Folsom St.

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  • Night Owls Hack Night: Call for Code & Netlify

    Get out and get social: come out and hack on projects together! We're cross-promoting this event on the SF Ruby and SF JavaScript meetups. Bring: Laptops, ideas, projects. Meet other developers. Help each other, or just hack by yourself. 🍕 Snacks & 🥤Drinks: Sponsored by IBM Developers IBM is supporting the 2019 Call for Code Global Challenge, which asks developers to create solutions that significantly improve preparedness for natural disasters and relief. Contribute here: https://callforcode.org/challenge/ ☁ Get a free IBM Cloud instance: https://ibm.biz/Bd2CPA 🏢 Hosted by Netlify 🚋 Public Transportation: From downtown, take the T trolley or 45 bus. From Mission, take the 22 bus. The 22nd St Caltrain station is also a few blocks away. 🚴🏻‍♀️ Bike Parking: Netlify has a hanging rack in the office (and an elevator that will fit a bike) 🏎 Parking: Street parking is free, and in the evening there are lots of spaces on Illinois St behind the building. 🏰 Building Access: The entrance on Third Street is marked with the address. Take the elevator to floor 2 (not 2R), and follow the signs. If you're not familiar with Netlify, check out this video screen cast with Chris Coyier and David Wells for an introduction to some of the coolest features: https://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/165-building-your-backend-with-serverless-functions/ Got questions? Come ask a Netlifriend at the meetup!

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  • #PerfMatters Conference 2019

    Cañada College

    PerfMatters is a two day, community-oriented web performance conference in Redwood City, California. Topics include performant JS, CSS, HTTP2, PWAs and Service Workers, WebAssembly, performance budgets and cultural aspects of software development. List of talks: https://perfmattersconf.com/talks/ Location information: https://perfmattersconf.com/venue/ Register: https://perfmatters.lilregie.com/booking/attendees/new

  • ForwardJS San Francisco 2019

    Holiday Inn Golden Gateway

    💵This is a paid event, so in addition to your RSvP, on meetup, you must purchase a ticket.💵 Join dozens of experts from companies like Google, Netflix, Slack, Mozilla, Yelp, Microsoft, Twitch for five days of workshops, sessions, panels and networking on JavaScript and the future of the web. 🗓 Schedule: https://forwardjs.com/schedule 👩🏻‍🏫 Your ticket includes access to one of our free partner workshops on Jan 25: ➡ Machine Learning in Tensorflow.js w/ the Google Team ➡ Architecting & Building Serverless Applications w/ Upkar Lidder ➡ Integrating Blockchain into your JS App w/ Lennart Frantzell ➡ Building Data-Driven Applications in JavaScript w/ Rey Riel Want more knowledge? Add on a full-day workshop by one of our JS experts: ➡ PWAs with React w/ Max Firtman ➡ Four Semesters of CS in Six Hours w/ Brian Holt ➡ Hacking Web Performance w/ Max Firtman ➡ Node Fundamentals w/ Samer Buna ➡ React Fundamentals w/ Samer Buna 🎟For more information or tickets see: https://forwardjs.com (Meetup members may use discount code SFJS-50 for $50 off your ticket.)

  • Night Owls Hack Night

    Netlify

    Start off the new year on the right foot: come out and hack on projects together! We're cross-promoting this event on the SF Ruby and SF JavaScript meetups. Bring: Laptops, ideas, projects. Meet other developers. Help each other, or just hack by yourself. 🍕 Snacks & 🥤Drinks: Sponsored by IBM Developers Check out upcoming IBM Developers Bay Area events on JavaScript, Data Science, Machine Learning and more: https://www.meetup.com/IBM-Developer-SF-Bay-Area-Meetup ☁ Register for IBM Cloud for free: https://cloud.ibm.com 🏢 Hosted by Netlify 🚋 Public Transportation: From downtown, take the T trolley or 45 bus. From Mission, take the 22 bus. The 22nd St Caltrain station is also a few blocks away. 🚴🏻‍♀️ Bike Parking: Netlify has a hanging rack in the office (and an elevator that will fit a bike) 🏎 Parking: Street parking is free, and in the evening there are lots of spaces on Illinois St behind the building. 🏰 Building Access: The entrance on Third Street is marked with the address. Take the elevator to floor 2 (not 2R), and follow the signs. If you're not familiar with Netlify, check out this video screen cast with Chris Coyier and David Wells for an introduction to some of the coolest features: https://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/165-building-your-backend-with-serverless-functions/ Got questions? Come ask a Netlifriend at the meetup! 🏆 Giveaway: We'll be giving away a ticket to ForwardJS, a web developer conference happening January[masked] in San Francisco. https://forwardjs.com/. SF JavaScript meetup members get $50 off with code sfjs-50.

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