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  • Full Stack Talks

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    The Building Blocks of UI Design By Travis Arnold An Introduction to CSS Grid By Jonathan Suh In Defense of Boring Technology By Mark Ranallo Building Cross-Platform Applications with Electron By James Miller ---------- If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beverages will be provided by Planning Center (https://planning.center), and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

    Avoiding Burn Out By William Dos Santos A look at how burn out occurs among your creative team, and how to avoid it. React Component Patterns By Michael Chan Five component patterns for fast, effective, React application development. General Reusable Solutions to Commonly Occurring Problems in Software Design By Tanner Mares A fly over of software design patterns. Well learn about the four major categories, learn about the most popular patterns from each category, and get a few practical examples. Creating a Development Environment with Docker Compose By Mark Ranallo Let's use Compose, a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications, to create a development environment! ---------- If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beer will be provided by Planning Center (https://planning.center), and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

    Go: The language, the purpose, the eco-system, and the community by Carlisia Pinto Have you noticed Go appearing more and more on your radar? If you want to find out what Go is all about, why and when to use it, and how to get started, this talk is for you. Carlisia is a founding member of GoBridge and a co-host of the Go Time podcast. Amazon re:Invent Recap by Tony Doan Amazon's re:Invent conference is happening right now! Join us to hear whats new in the world of AWS and how you can take advantage of the latest offerings and improvements. Tony Doan is a Staff Security Engineer at Intuit, and a regular speaker at Full Stack Talks. ---------- If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beer will be provided by Planning Center (https://planning.center), and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

    This month, we're meeting a week earlier than usual, on November 3rd, and we'll be opening up the floor for lightning talks! If you have something that you'd like to present in about 5-10 minutes, come prepared and we'll give you a little stage time! -------------------- If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beer will be provided by Planning Center (https://planning.center), and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

    If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beer will be provided by Planning Center (https://planning.center), and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

    Polymer: A Framework for Web Components By Steven McFarlane Polymer is a full JavaScript web framework that enables developers to produce feature rich web apps. It includes support for service workers, Bluetooth, modern CSS, and much more. I'll take you through a quick tour of how easy it is to get started and provide an overview of the many new apis and browser features that Polymer helps you take advantage of. How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Compiler By Tony Doan Rust is a new language from Mozilla that promises speed, safety, and concurrency. In this talk, I'll cover the basics of of the language, and teach you why it's a language worth learning. ---------- If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beer will be provided by Planning Center (https://planning.center), and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

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  • Full Stack Talks

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    Intro to OTP in Elixir by Jesse J. Anderson So You Want to be a Software Engineer? by Shana Moore --- If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beer will be provided by Planning Center, and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

    React JS Style Components by Michael Chan CSS is hard. React Components make creating user interfaces easy. Can React make styling components easier? I think it can. Tonight we'll look at how to use React components to style our applications, what that means for CSS, and how it affects the way we work. An Intro to Ecto: Using Ecto in Non-Phoenix Elixir Projects by Geo Lessel ------------------------------ If you can't make it to the event, talks will be streamed live at http://live.fullstacktalks.com, and will be available on YouTube shortly after the event as well. As usual, snacks and beer will be provided by Planning Center, and there will be ample time after the talks to chat with fellow web professionals about all things design and development. Finally, if you're interested in speaking at an upcoming Full Stack event, please post a message on the Meetup.com boards, or email us your talk idea at [masked] .

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