What we're about

This is our OC sister chapter of JavaScriptLA, for anyone interested in software engineering (including JavaScript). We are part of the HackBuddy.com, a software engineering group. Visit https://javascriptla.net for more info on us, the meetups we've held, videos you can watch on Youtube.com/hackbuddyorg (https://youtube.com/hackbuddyorg) and blogs offering technical expertise.

Upcoming events (3)

2020 Crypto Round Up with Andy Yang

Online event

Come join us on Tuesday, 12/1 at 7 pm PST and catch up with Andy Yang on Cryptocurrency in 2020. We are looking to get some of the latest updates on Bitcoin, Crypto and how the game has changed thus far. Plus Andy's speculation on what the future holds for working, remote working and how people may be paid in the future. This meeting will be held on Zoom, so please be sure you have a Zoom account. We will not be allowing anyone without Zoom accounts to join the meeting for safety reasons. Please register for this meet beforehand via this link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIlcu-upzoqGNzBcOSCJNCaiwjE16O4C208 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Thanks for supporting our group and leave us comments and suggestions below for what more you'd like us to discuss on the call! About the Presenter: Andrew Yang has been involved in cryptocurrency since 2014. He's recently published a book called "Understanding Litecoin: The Digital Currency for Payments" through the Litecoin Foundation. He's a moderator of r/litecoin and the COO of BlockFuse, a software startup whose goal is to make Litecoin and Bitcoin app development easy. ____________ This ONLINE event is hosted by Farmers Insurance Group, an American insurer group of automobiles, homes and small businesses and also provides other insurance and financial services products. Farmers Insurance has more than 48,000 exclusive and independent agents and approximately 21,000 employees. Want a career at Farmers as a web developer or software engineer? They are hiring! Visit: https://farmers.com/careers for more info. Stuck at Home? MASTER ES6 WITH US. Learn the new industry standard of coding in Javascript. Six hours of video content! Improve yourself while under lockdown! GET THE FULL COURSE FOR JUST $39! https://www.udemy.com/course/guide-to-es6-syntax-in-javascript/ For more details on us, visit: https://javascriptla.net, especially for links to our chat channels on Slack/Discord, and be sure to follow us on all social media including YouTube.com/JavaScriptLA!

JavaScript Data Visualization: Build a Bar Chart Race Generator

Please register with Eventbrite to attend this event. You can sign up via this link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/javascript-data-visualization-build-a-bar-chart-race-generator-tickets-127059146327?aff=hackbuddy Let's create a Bar Chart Race project together in 2 hours! Create enticing animation of bars racing to the top! It's a great way to visualize trends over time and are popular on social media. This workshop will guide you through how to skip the bothersome tasks of server setups & constructing databases. Let's go straight into building what we want to actually see on the screen. All you need is a basic understanding of JavaScript for this workshop! Overview Use Kintone's GUI to create databases (Kintone Apps) Utilize the databases to store & manage data Apply client-side JavaScript to visualize the database data as Bar Chart Races Use Kintone's REST API initiator to call REST APIs from client-side JavaScript Takeaway Free Kintone Developer License for your own projects Functioning Bar Chart Race project Experience developing on a no-code/low-code platform Understanding how to avoid CORS errors when calling REST APIs from client-side JavaScript Directions for your future projects Prerequisite - Sign up for Kintone! ① Sign-Up for Developer Program Account (Website) bit.ly/KDP_signup ② THEN Create a Kintone Subdomain (Database) bit.ly/K_DevLic Quick Video on the Sign-Up Process: Event Schedule (in Pacific Time) 6:00pm - Welcome! 6:15pm - 7:45pm - Kintone Presentation & Workshop 7:45pm - Q&A What You Will Be Building What is Kintone? Kintone is a no-code/low-code cloud platform for teams to easily & effectively share and collaborate on their data. You can add JavaScript, CSS, &/or HTML to enhance the frontend UI/UX of a Kintone App. This can include features such as maps, buttons, and color-coding. Read up on how to customize and develop on the Kintone platform at https://developer.kintone.io/

Building New Reusable Components in React w/Dylan Widjaja

Register in advance for this meetup via Zoom: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItcumuqjkiH9wgZwlBdAFFyRobYz8MkViZ After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. React revolves around reusable components, but how you write those components can determine how flexible and reusable they are. Inversion of control is a great way to write your components to allow a great engineer-focused development experience. On this virtual meetup, Dylan will walk you through his thought process when building new reusable components. About the Presenter: I’m Dylan Widjaja, currently a Software Engineer at SurePrep LLC. I’ve been working as an engineer for about 2.5 years and always trying to learn best practices of the tools I use. I’m happy to share what I’ve learned~ Github: https://github.com/dwidjaja945 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/widjajad ____________ This ONLINE event is hosted by Farmers Insurance, an American insurer group of automobiles, homes and small businesses and also provides other insurance and financial services products. Farmers is hiring! Visit https://farmers.com/careers to get started! Stuck at Home? MASTER ES6 WITH US. Learn the new industry standard of coding in Javascript. Six hours of video content! Improve yourself while under lockdown! GET THE FULL COURSE FOR JUST $39! https://www.udemy.com/course/guide-to-es6-syntax-in-javascript/ For more details on us, visit: https://javascriptla.net, especially for links to our chat channels on Slack/Discord, and be sure to follow us on all social media including YouTube.com/JavaScriptLA!

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