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Building Internal tools at Netflix with Trent Willis

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Building Internal tools at Netflix with Trent Willis


NOTE: This event is at full capacity. If you have not RSVP’ed, we cannot guarantee admission, including those on the waitlist.


We’re excited to welcome Trent Willis, Senior UI Engineer at Netflix, to Codesmith for this month’s SoCal React Meetup to talk about Building Internal Tools at Netflix.

Join us for a great evening full of discussion on the newest technologies and how they're being used! SoCal React will be meeting monthly to host discussions and workshops covering the latest in React, Node, and other exciting technologies.

Agenda -

6:30pm - 7:00pm: Check in

7:00pm - 8:00pm: Speaker session

8:00pm - 8:30pm: Wrap up and networking

Speaker - Trent Willis, Senior UI Engineer at Netflix

Abstract - Many millions of people around the world are familiar with Netflix’s feature-rich and reliable video streaming applications, but most of them probably don’t realize that underneath that shiny exterior lies a complicated world of internal tools and applications. And, if all goes well, they will never need to know it exists.

In this talk, we’re going to take a peek into this world. We’ll learn about a few of the internal products that keep Netflix running smoothly, see what life is like for engineers working on those products, and understand the pros and cons of working on internal products instead of customer facing products.

Speaker Bio - Trent Willis is a Senior UI Engineer at Netflix, where he builds tools and applications to give other engineers insight into their products. Additionally, Trent is a regular conference speaker, project lead for the open source QUnit JavaScript testing framework, and a self-professed music junkie.

Parking Information -
Our HQ in Venice has free parking in the lot next to the office.

Looking forward to seeing you there!
1600 Main St. · Venice , ca
How to find us

This meetup will take place at 1600 Main St, 1st Floor in Venice, CA

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