React - From Front to Back - JS Roundabout #25 @ Zava

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Hi all!

We're excited to announce that JS Roundabout #25 will be taking place at Zava's office in Essex Road. Zava have a massive space for us and can fit up to 200 people - so it's going to be a big one!

Speaking first, we will hear a joint talk from Tiago Morais, Lead Software Developer, and Nicholas Martin, Software Engineer both who work at The Plum guide. Tiago and Nico will be giving a talk titled 'React(ing) to growth - Modernizing and scaling the frontend'.

Next, we'll hear from Thomas Wilson, Front-end Engineer at Privitar. Thomas will be giving a talk on 'Bringing the front-end to the backend' - speaking about his experience of helping backend developers level up their knowledge of React and modern front-end development.

Agenda:

6:00pm - Arrival, pizza, drinks and networking

6:45pm - Tiago and Nico (The Plum Guide) - React(ing) to growth - Modernizing and scaling the frontend

7:15pm - Thomas WIlson (Privitar) - Bringing the front-end to the backend

7:45pm - Networking and Drinks

8:40pm - Pub

Thanks all! Please feel free to spread the word about this meetup on LinkedIn and Twitter! Our handle for both is @JsRoundabout

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