• Node.js Meetup #36 (free food and refreshments)

    Talk #1: Conducting Effective Code Reviews Code review is one of the best defenses against introducing bugs into the codebase. Umut Benzer will show just how far we've come in automating this, what's still left for human reviewers & what we should focus on and how to best communicate in the progress of code reviewing. Talk #2: Worker Threads: The Bigger, The Better Vilva Athiban will explain about the existing Node JS structure, need for multiple process and how Worker threads comes to rescue. He will show us the steps to implement worker thread. A tech talk without code is no fun and hence he will show a code demo and performance comparisons of using Worker threads after the explanations. We're back at Contentful for this edition. ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmb1019). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

  • Node.js Meetup #35 (free food and refreshments)

    Delivery Hero SE

    Talk #1: Cypress - e2e testing for Web in 2019 Shahjada Talukdar will describe how to setup Cypress, write end-to-end tests for modern single page web applications which rely on asynchronous REST APIs, run tests on development and prod environment. We will go though a complete end-to-end testing experience - introducing cypress, handling network calls and running it all on CI. Talk #2: (Async) Iterables Willian Martins will break down JS iterables in a one-two step, showing little by little the use cases, properties, and the new async Iterator protocol, quickly and smoothly, like trying to learn how to dance this fun Jackson's 5 Soul music ;) He'll show how to build custom iterable objects in a bunch of different ways, and then challenge us to go further and experiment with neat tricks like composing iterables. We're being hosted by Delivery Hero SE this time. Delivery Hero is building the next generation global on-demand delivery platform. They have grown rapidly from inception in 2011 to become the world's largest food-ordering network and are now innovating and creating new verticals such as groceries, pharmacies, flowers and other convenience articles in multiple markets. ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com - it's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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  • Node.js Meetup #34 (free food and refreshments)

    Dalia Research GmbH

    Talk #1: A Node.js API Gateway that you control Rolando will show us how to built an api gateway using k-fastify-gateway in node.js that is highly efficient, configurable and compatible with the existing middleware ecosystem of connect/express. 15 minute lightning talk: 'Symbols complicated it all' by Robin Talk #2: Gulp's major refactoring and its place in 2019 A tool many will have used in the past has undergone a major refactoring. Blaine, its lead maintainer, will talk to us about what's changed and what you should use gulp for in 2019. ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmb0519). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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  • Node.js Meetup #33 (free pizza and refreshments)

    Contentful GmbH

    Talk #1: A developer's take on security This talk is not the usual hacking demo. It's about secure build and deployment pipelines for Node.js, efficient dependency vulnerability management and the daily struggle of a security-aware developer. It features the new npm audit command and a possible future for its use to make security part of your CI pipeline. Potential Lightning talk to be confirmed: Improve your memory in order to build features faster :) Talk #2: Error handling: doing it right! A node.js collaborator's journey into the asynchronous debugging horrors, how to avoid them and what patterns can be used to ease the life of each developer debugging applications. We all have run into issues debugging JavaScript. Knowing what went wrong due to missing stack traces in asynchronous contexts and finding the actual issue takes way too long. Following best practices in error handling reduces debugging time and improves the code base a lot! ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmb0319). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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  • Node.js Meetup #33

    Luogo da definire

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  • Node.js Meetup #32 (free beverages)

    Contentful GmbH

    Talk #1: Back to the future of JS: the next features and amazing proposals Do you want to know about the next exciting JS features that you don't even know you need? Willian Martins will present four proposals that may change the way we write code (like the spread operator did). Talk #2: Reducing configs for JavaScript tools Compilers, linters, formatters, testing frameworks... keeping up with tools in the JavaScript ecosystem can be overwhelming. In this talk, Can Göktas will talk about different ways of maintaining tools and configs as well as how custom CLI-wrappers can help with reducing configuration overhead. Learn how to set up new projects and keep existing ones in sync without going crazy! ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmb0718). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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  • Node.js Meetup #31

    Babbel

    Talk: Callbags - lightweight observables and iterables Stephan will give you an introduction into a spec that allows for push-based communication where the overhead of Reactive Extensions and alike are not wanted. Without a central implementation it embraces a distributed governance model, where everyone can become a package author/maintainer. ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmb0518). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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  • Node.js Meetup #30 (free beverages)

    Contentful GmbH

    Talk #1: Hardware Hacking for Web Developers Dominik Kundel will take a look at how you can take the web out of the classic context of browsers into the world of personal assistants and IoT devices. Enjoy hardware hacking even if you don't have a degree in Electrical Engineering and how you can use your existing Node.js knowledge for your projects. Talk #2: Building Performant API's with Koa.js Two years ago Alex gave a talk claiming Koa is marvelous. Since that he's gone over some pitfalls on his koa.js way. Now it's time to share that experience and clarify in which cases koa is the useful tool and vice versa. ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmb0318). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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  • Node.js Meetup #29

    Contentful GmbH

    Talk #1: Job Queues, Deployment and Sandboxing Tim will share insights and give practical examples of architectural and code issues he ran into while building his SaaS tool Checkly (https://checklyhq.com). Talk #2: Debugging & Performance Analysis in Node.js Dominic Umbeer will share some approaches to keep track of system performance and tools for debugging and performance analysis, such as node-inspect, Chrome DevTools & New Relic. Always track performance after significant internal code changes! :) ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmbj0118). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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  • Node.js Meetup #28 (free pizza & refreshments)

    Contentful GmbH

    Talk #1: Reactive programming There is a lot of hype around Reactive programming(RP). Max Kharandziuk will demonstrate how to solve real world problems, such as scraping large amounts of data, with Node.js streams and some RP-ideas. Talk #2: Maps and spatial data in node.js Fidel Thomet will give us an introduction to cartographical tools and libraries for spatial analysis, hosting your own maps and creating spatial apis. ----- JOBS NOTICE: If you're looking for an exciting new tech job or you're looking to hire great devs, please use www.upandfront.com (https://www.upandfront.com/?nmbj1217). It's a 100% dev-run agency and they help us keep the meetups about code only. Register in under half a minute!

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