Modern Web February

Modern Web (Triangle)
Modern Web (Triangle)
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Hello, everyone!

We are super excited to be hosting the first Triangle Modern Web event of the year!

We're very excited to be partnering with Code Craftmanship Saturdays, TriangleJS, Triangle Node.js, GDG Triangle, RTP Angular.js, Triangle ReactJS, & Triangle Ruby.

When: February 27, 2020 from 6:30PM - 9:00PM
Where: Pendo.io (150 Fayetteville St #1400 · Raleigh, NC)

Speakers:
Brandon Mathis
Freelance Full Stack Developer & Co-Founder of GroundLift
"CSS Is Awesome!"
CSS is often loathed by web developers, but it is a language we all use every day when building websites and web applications. Often I work with teams that have large unmaintainable piles of CSS scattered throughout their application. In this talk, I will demonstrate some of the awesome changes that have taken place in CSS over the years and how I use tools and conventions like SCSS and BEM to write CSS that is easily extendable & maintainable by even large development teams!

Diana Rodríguez
Vue Vixens Worldwide community organizer, GDE, & Auth0 Ambassador
"Fostering the DevOps Culture"?
This talk aims to demystify different roles in the ecosystem and how DevOps is not only for infrastructure oriented people but more like a culture to foster collaboration between different sectors and roles in this industry.

Udhayakumar G
Angular Raleigh Meetup Organizer & Blogger @ AngularHive.com
"PWA is the future!"
More than just a buzzword in past couple years, Progressive Web App (PWA) is a set of guidelines to make use of modern browser features in a way that creates a more app-like user experience than traditional mobile web app. In this talk, I will discuss on concepts, steps involved in PWA development, and best practices with quick demo of an app developed using Angular.

Special shout out to our sponsors, All Things Open, Pendo, & Codacy!

Supporting 30+ programming languages, Codacy is the leading platform for software quality standardization. It uses static code analysis to automatically identify issues (such as code coverage, duplication, complexity, security and more) directly from your current workflow. For more information, check out codacy.com! At our upcoming event, Pat Rogers, Senior Account Executive at Codacy will give a brief overview of Codacy and how it helps DevOps with Code Review.

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