Learning from Legends
Wednesday 15 Feb 2017 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Since before the very first SydJS, our commnunity has had the support and acknowledgement of the team from Atlassian. Personnel and pizza … beverages and benches … Atlassian have been there for us exhibiting the Lengendary Support that's a hallmark of their company.
And as the community has grown, so has Atlassian, although to be fair, they've outstripped us in the growth stakes.
If you want to see the kind of projects and passions the Atlassian team are famous for, then join us this month as we learn from the legends.
this is fine
by Jamie Georgeson
Join Jamie as he introduces the rules and considerations with
this, new ES2015+ considerations.
Long-term asset caching with webpack
by Drew Walker
Learn with Exercism.io
by Lucy Bain
This session will introduce you to Exercism, a platform to practice coding, give and get feedback, and find the devil in the details. After discussing why Exercism's is a great way to learn I'll do a quick demo to submit an exercise so you can see the platform in action.
A gentle introduction to GraphQL
by Brad Baker
A gentle introduction to GraphQL for people who have heard of it, and wonder what all the hoopla is about.
Extending Confluence with Connect
Simple! Build awesome add-ons for Confluence using Connect.
Making a JIRA REST API Client with ES6
by Lachlan Hunt
Lachlan will explain how he made use of ES6 template strings and Proxies to create a JIRA REST API client library with lazy method generation.
webpack as a service
by Ben Gummer
Introducing a webpack bundling endpoint that's handy for prototyping your npm packages in lightweight environments.
webpack weight loss tips
by Marcin Szczepanski
webpack makes it easy to add and use dependencies, but what happens when your bundle gets too big? Tips for working out what's in your bundle, and some approaches for reducing the size.
Aik — Painless prototyping for Front End Developers
A look at prototpying for those who tire of setting up a development environment each time they want to prototype something, or try a new library or framework.