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With Nicholas Kariniemi (Software Developer, Reaktor), Sam Wilcoxon (Founder, Lorem), Andrew Joia (PolicyGenius).
Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 06:30 PM    Cost: Absolutely Free
Shutterstock at Empire State Bldg, 350 5th Ave, 21st Fl
 
     
 
 
              

            
 
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Hi Nodesters! We've got great talks this month!NOTE THE LOCATION at Shutterstock!!!*

Nicholas Kariniemi - JavaScript & Self Deception - Why TypeScript is not enough

JavaScript is often derided for callback hell & for quirks around equality, number handling, type coercions & the "this" keyword. This is largely a straw man argument. Developers learn to work around these shortcomings through conventions, tools, & libraries & the problems caused by these kinds of quirks come up infrequently. This talk instead aims to explore the best ways that I know how to write JavaScript- using good conventions, using functional libraries, using types, using promises & immutable data- & introduce PureScript as a way of pushing the limits & bringing development in the JavaScript ecosystem to the next level.

Sam Wilcoxon - How we usedFog Creek's new product called Glitchto build our MVP & raise$1M

Startups need to move fast. We learned this the hard way after spending 9 months writing production-grade, well-tested, highly-performant code & then throwing it all away when we pivoted the product. Determined to not make the same mistake twice, we decided to build our next MVP using Glitch (Fog Creek Software's new product). Glitch enabled us to quickly get code live, rapidly iterate, & focus on driving customer demand, without having to think about DevOps/Infrastructure/best practices/etc. In this talk, I'll try to convince you why we think more early-stage startups should build their first product onGlitch & move fast.

Andrew Joia -Creating a single source of truth with a React Component Library (RCL)

The RCL is a tool to help create & maintain robust design systems, allowing a developer to roll out higher quality, more consistent User Interfaces (UI) faster. Ours exists as a separate library of React components that we publish to NPM & use as a dependency in our products & projects. By using the principles of Atomic design, the power of CSS Modules, & the modularization made possible by React components, we can "check out" the components that we need from the library & be confident that it will render correctly & function correctly every time; once a component is built, the consumer no longer has to worry about class names or markup changes. We now build with building blocks & interfaces.

Liz Phillips -Async Promise Chains or Around the Web in 800 Links

Async Promise Chains breaks down the execution of async promise chains by walking through the process of creating a web crawler that attempts to make it around the web & back to it starting domain in 800 links. Topics covered include: You Might Need an Async Promise Chain When..., How to Build Async Promise Chains, & How Await Fits Into the Async Promise Chain.

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***Note on security***: As always, please ensure your full name is listed on your Meetup profile, if you RSVP yes to join. Building security will need it to grant you access to the event.

We'll be at Shutterstock this month. Thanks to Shutterstock for hosting! It's going to be a great event!

See you there!

- Matt

 
 
 
 
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