This month, we'll have Nick Nisi discussing Dojo, developer ergonomics, and open source! Additionally, Jonathon Lonowski will take us on a tour of Git internals!
6:30 - 7:00 - Welcome, food, and networking
7:00 - 8:00 - Presentations
8:00 - beer.js at DJs Dugout
WebSockets are a fantastic tool for providing realtime interaction within your web applications. We're going to examine how they work under the hood and discuss what's actually involved in establishing a connection and shipping data back and forth from client to server.
6:30 - 7:00 - Food and Networking
7:00 - 8:00 - Talk
8:00 - Networking and Discussion
RSVP-ing to this meetup will not grant entry to the event. In order to attend, you must purchase a ticket at https://2018.nejsconf.com/
Hurry—early bird pricing ends soon!
🗓 Before June 22—$150
🗓 June 22—Low Earth Orbit (LEO) tickets $180
🗓 July 1—Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) tickets $210
🗓 July 8—High Earth Orbit (HEO) tickets $240
GraphQL has taken the web by storm, with some calling it a "REST killer." What can we make of this? What value is provided by migrating or developing a new or existing service to GraphQL? What are the pitfalls, pain points, or areas where migrating might not make sense? This talk intends to provide answers to each of these questions while also serving as a gentle introduction to what GraphQL does and how you can begin using it today.
6:30pm - 6:45pm - Networking and food
6:45pm - 8:00pm - Talk
8:00pm - Socializing
Interested in speaking or hearing about something cool at NebraskaJS? Check out our speaker sign up page at https://github.com/NebraskaJS/speaker-signup/issues
This month we have Stephen Haberman with a talk based on his recent blog post!
Blog Post: http://www.draconianoverlord.com/2018/03/16/are-classes-and-prototypes-that-different.html
Stephen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shaberman
We'll also have a lightning talk on AI and Social Media with Node from Tim Hemmer!
• What we'll do
We've rescheduled this meetup, which was cancelled last week due to the weather! Will's Summary:
I’m pretty bought into Stencil for doing UI work. In this talk, we’ll introduce you to Stencil, we’ll compare Stencil’s methodology against other component methodologies, and we’ll try to do some live work on Tech Omaha and I’ll talk through some of the decisions I’m making while I’m coding.
• What to bring
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