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🗣🍔💰Want to speak • host • sponsor? Let us know at vuejs.nyc! 🗣🍔💰 🎉🎉🎉 Talks 🎉🎉🎉 💡 watch and watchEffect 🗣 Alex Riviere Alex is an organizer for the Atlanta Vue.js Meetup as well as PyATL. He has 2 cats, and can absolutely be bribed with mangoes. In Vue 3, watch and watchEffect are new ways to do an old thing. Come along as we dive down into the weirdness of this revised API for triggering side effects. 🎉🍵🥗 Continue the Conversation 🍰🍹🍨 Slack 👨👩👧👦👩👩👧👦👨👨👦👦Code of Conduct: 👩👩👧👧👨👨👧👦👨👩👧👧 Thank you for your part in helping us cultivate a harassment-free experience for everyone regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of our members or organizers. Be kind to others. While VueNYC is a professional community, it's also a community of friends. We ask you to be aware of the fact that conversations that may be appropriate within the context of a specific friendship may not be appropriate in a public space or with someone you don't know well. Be careful in the words that you choose. Remember that sexist, racist, and other exclusionary jokes can hurt those around you. We also follow the Recurse Center's social rules, which are summarized below: - No well-actually’s - No feigned surprise - No backseat driving - No subtle -isms The social rules are lightweight. You should not be afraid of breaking a social rule. These are things that everyone does, and breaking one doesn’t make you a bad person. If someone says, "hey, you just feigned surprise," or "that’s subtly sexist," don’t worry. Just apologize, reflect for a second, and move on.