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Feb 2016

War Stories

Level 6, 341 George St (Atlassian)

When the dust settles and the passionate claims of one library's supremacy abates, we're left with the reality that JavaScript provides solutions.

Long after the lastest platform is replaced by the next platform, we're left with the reality that JavaScript provides solutions.

That's what JavaScript does. That's why the stack is "full". JavaScript finds its own level.

This month we're going to get first hand accounts of the levels that JavaScript rises to. Not something purely aspirational, but the tales from the frontlines. The war stories of Developers that are using JavaScript. Your stories.

Talks

Jeremy Brown Avatar

Gateway 2000

Solving common frontend issues and fixing broken APIs with AWS Gateway

by Jeremy Brown
PO

When ignoring best practices IS the best practice

Lessons from building a tool for sites you don't control.

by Phil Oye
JB

Asynchronous and Universal Applications: Redux, Relay and beyond

A look at existing best practices and beyond on data declarations in a universal rendering architecture

by Jacob Bass
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