👋 Hey hey!
We’re going to meet on May 3, 2023 with our next AmsterdamJS Meetup and hope to see you all there for another evening of great JS discussions and networking!
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🕑 Event Schedule
18:00 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization
19:00 - Intro and announcements
20:30 - Mingle until 10pm
➡️ Adewale Abati - Web Performance as Rocket Science
Building applications for the web has evolved over the years. With new technologies and frameworks promising different things, browsers have also gotten smarter. Across board, we still prioritize creating a fast, seamless and accessible experience for users. This talk will be focused on simplifying some of the steps we can start practicing, to optimize for performance in web applications.
➡️ Ryan Dsouza - Using the Rust Type System in TypeScript
We all love using TypeScript but sometimes the try/catch loop gets too complicated. Let's see how we can leverage the type system that Rust uses to make our errors look cleaner and better.
➡️ More talks to be announced soon!
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