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TorontoJS x FutureMakers Mega Meetup!
This month we have a MEGA MEETUP™️! 🙂 Seriously, we're joining up with the RBC FutureMakers and three other local tech communities for a huge event at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre! We would like to thank RBC FutureMakers for inviting us. They're providing food and beverages (one drink ticket for everyone on the house!) Please RSVP here and also at https://futuremakers-mega-meetup.eventbrite.com in order to have your food and drink ticket. // TALKS 1. Dan Steinman - Jaxcore Spin Introduction Dan will demonstrate an innovative new IoT peripheral - the world's first wifi volume knob and dial remote control for that is fully programmable with JavaScript. Dan is a long-time JavaScript enthusiast who's bringing his expertise to the world of web-connected hardware. https://twitter.com/jaxcore 2. Quinntyne Brown - Building Resilient Applications using RxJS Building reliable web experiences are hard. The network can be flaky. In the world of microservices it's no longer if a server may go down, it's when. Learn the techniques and practices to provide a reliable and awesome web experience for your users. Quinntyne Brown is Software Architect and Engineer. He as spent the last 15 years developing web application using .NET, HTML, CSS JavaScript. Since 2012, he has been developing applications using Angular and .NET. He also mentors aspiring developers of all ages. https://twitter.com/Quinntyne 3. Branko Culum - PlinkoJS: Building an In-Browser Networked Physics Game in Javascript PlinkoJS is a real-time, browser-based, multiplayer physics game. It was built using Javascript, Node.js, React, and WebSockets. PlinkoJS features a client-server architecture which synchronizes game state for multiple clients in real-time, allowing for real-time gameplay. This game features only technology native to the browser and does not depend on any special client-side plugins as most networked games do. Branko Culum is a full-stack web developer who loves exploring how the web can be used to create real-time, collaborative experiences. http://brankoculum.github.io/ // SCHEDULE 4:30pm - Doors open. Grab something to eat and network with attendees. 5:30pm - RBC Opening Remarks and Keynote. 6:00pm - Opening announcements. News and information about the Toronto JavaScript community and upcoming events. 6:05pm - Dan Steinman - Jaxcore Spin Introduction 6:35pm - Quinntyne Brown - Building Resilient Applications using RxJS 7:10pm - Branko Culum - PlinkoJS: Building an In-Browser Networked Physics Game in Javascript 7:40pm - Wrap-up and networking. // Note that the schedule is subject to change and accommodates short // breaks between sessions. // Interested in speaking or sponsoring? // Please email us at [masked] for more information. All skill // levels are welcome for talks! // Join us on Slack: http://slack.torontojs.com/ // Follow us on Twitter: http://slack.torontojs.com/ // See you there!

Metro Toronto Convention Centre - North Building

255 Front St W · Toronto, ON

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