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  • Full Stack Talks

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  • Full Stack Talks

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

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  • Full Stack Talks

    Planning Center

    DEPLOYING A SERVICE USING AMAZON ECS CLI V2 by Mark Ranallo We all need somewhere to deploy our creations. Unfortunately, deployment is sometimes the trickiest part of the whole process. Mark Ranallo will present a potential solution he has come up with that could ease the process. From Mark: "I will demonstrate how to use this soon to be released tool to easily setup a docker container to be deployed on Amazon ECS and support modern best practices such as CI/CD, Multiple Availability Zones and Regions, and a staging environment." A GENTLE INTRODUCTION TO TYPESCRIPT by Richard Clayton An introduction to TypeScript focusing on the fundamentals of the language. We will focus on the core concepts developers need to be productive. This will include basic syntax, type aliasing, functions, classes and basic generics. By the end of the talk, the core concepts of TypeScript should be demystified and giving developers confidence to explore some of the more advanced topics of the language. ---------- Loose Schedule: 7-7:30 Socialize 7:30-7:35 Welcome/Announcements 7:35-7:55 Talk 1 7:55-8:10 Break 8:10-8:30 Talk 2 8:30-9:30 Socialize ---------- 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 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 (GatsbyJS and GraphQL)

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    WHY IS EVERYONE TALKING ABOUT GRAPHQL? by Mike Bobadilla From Mike: "I want my talk to explain what graphQL is and how it is better in a lot of cases than ReST. I would also show some basic queries and mutations using React as the client. I think showing some code using rest vs graphql inside an actual react application would be useful as well." GATSBYJS, HOW TO DO IT, AND WHY by Grant Glidewell Gatsby is a React app generator that has some interesting features. The goal of this talk is for attendees to gain an understanding of it's feature set and how to get started on a project. Its a great fit for a lot of projects, even though its commonly seen as a 'blog' or 'static' site generator. Its actually really useful for eCommerce and other more complex React web apps. The plugin ecosystem and abstracted build process makes doing things that used to be extremely hard, easy to accomplish. There are tradeoffs, and knowing what those are ahead of time will make your learning curve easier. React developers tend to like freedom, but since Gatsby is more opinionated, you trade some of that freedom for an easier build process, static speed, graphql integration, and ease of use with plugins. ---------- Loose Schedule: 7-7:30 Socialize 7:30-7:35 Welcome/Announcements 7:35-7:55 Talk 1 7:55-8:10 Break 8:10-8:30 Talk 2 8:30-9:30 Socialize ---------- 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 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 (Testing React Apps and Design Systens)

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    TESTING MODERN REACT APPS By Luke Ghenco Learn how to test your React app like a user would interact with it. Overcome the barrier of complexity in testing React hooks, async code, and user interactions. KEEPING UP WITH DESIGN SYSTEMS By Travis Arnold Design systems are all the rage, but how do we practically keep these systems up to date and empower others to user and contribute to them? In this talk, we'll look at setting up continuous delivery with Figma and Github in order to keep design and development teams in sync. ---------- Loose Schedule: 7-7:30 Socialize 7:30-7:35 Welcome/Announcements 7:35-7:55 Talk 1 7:55-8:10 Break 8:10-8:30 Talk 2 8:30-9:30 Socialize ---------- 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 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 (React Suspense and Rust)

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    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SUSPENSE By Michael Chan Suspense is a new way to interact with asynchronous data in React. Suspense and it's declarative API changes everything about how you interact with data. Lazily load components and API data with Suspense, Load views in a predictable order with SuspenseList, Handle errors with error boundaries, And control presentation of loading states with useTransition. I'M A LITTLE RUST(Y) By Tony Doan A quick introduction to the Rust programming language. ---------- Schedule: 7-7:30 Socialize 7:30-7:35 Welcome/Announcements 7:35-7:55 Talk 1 7:55-8:10 Break 8:10-8:30 Talk 2 8:30-9:30 Socialize ---------- 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 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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    5 Ruby methods I didn't know I needed (and maybe still don't) By Katie Riley Continuous Delivery is within reach! By Richard Clayton ---------- Schedule: 7-7:30 Socialize 7:30-7:35 Welcome/Announcements 7:35-7:55 Talk 1 7:55-8:10 Break 8:10-8:30 Talk 2 8:30-9:30 Socialize ---------- 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 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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