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AmsterdamJS Meetup: Build AI for Private Data & more

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AmsterdamJS

Mar

28

In-Person

Address available to attendees

We missed you this time around!

👋 General Info

Hey, AmsterdamJS folks!

We're thrilled to announce the new date for our upcoming meetup - March 28.

📍NEW Event location

SOWISO - Science Park 301, 1098 XH Amsterdam

If your company has a space to host our next event, please reach us here

🤝 Sponsored by

Huge thanks to SOWISO for hosting the meetup and fuelling us with snacks and beverages!

SOWISO is a fast-growing EdTech company from Amsterdam, whose innovative online learning and testing environment for higher & secondary education is used by most Dutch universities and over 60 leading educational institutions worldwide. Their web app, built with Laravel and React, is engaging more than 450.000 students while saving teachers time. SOWISO is all about collaboration, autonomy, and experimentation, always open to new ideas to improve the online education experience.

🤝 Organized by

This event made possible thanks to the support from JSNationReact Summit and C3 Fest organizers - GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

  • 18:00 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization

  • 19:00 - Intro and announcements

  • 19:10 - Build AI for Private Data, in one Line of Code – Amir Houieh

  • 19:30 -  Passkeys: Prepare for the Future – Stepan Suvorov

  • 19:50 - Break with drinks

  • 20:00 - Maps of the Codebase – Christian Gill

  • 20:20 - Networking, Open Mic Lightning Talks

  • Mingle until 21:30pm

🗣️ Talks

➡️ Amir Houieh – Build AI for Private Data, in one Line of Code

In this talk, I'll share how to streamline the entire AI integration from private data all the way to our JS projects, all in one line of code using Unbody.io. We'll explore the challenges that non-ai developers are facing with getting into AI world, and the simplicity behind Unbody, avoiding intimidating AI jargon, and focus on its practical application.

➡️ Stepan Suvorov – Passkeys: Prepare for the Future

In this lightning talk we will dive into the emerging world of Passkeys – a revolutionary approach to authentication that promises to reshape our digital security landscape. We'll explore the fundamental workings of Passkeys: their underlying technology, how they differ from passwords, and their reliance on public key cryptography. The session aims to prepare the AmsterdamJS community for this upcoming shift in authentication paradigms, equipping developers with the knowledge to embrace and implement Passkeys in their future projects. Join me in this exploration of Passkeys, as we step into a new era of digital security and user authentication.

➡️ Christian Gill – Maps of the Codebase

Inspired by Peter Turchi's "Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer," we explore the convergence of cartography and technical writing in software documentation. We'll delve into how maps, as narratives that guide and inform, parallel the goals of effective documentation—telling the story of a codebase and providing clear navigation, We'll uncover insights on crafting documentation that serves as a compass for developers, marrying the art of storytelling with the precision of technical detail to create a more navigable and understandable software landscape.

➡️ Open Mic Lightning talks

🗣 You can become the next speaker, just fill in this CFP form

👍 Code of Conduct

By registering for this event you agree to comply with our 

CoC

📩 Contact

hi@jsnation.com

https://twitter.com/thejsnation

https://www.youtube.com/JSNation

Presentations

Amir Houieh

Build AI for Private Data, in one Line of Code

In this talk, I'll share how to streamline the entire AI integration from private data all the way to our JS projects, all in one line of code using Unbody.io. We'll explore the challenges that non-ai developers are facing with getting into AI world, and the simplicity behind Unbody, avoiding intimidating AI jargon, and focus on its practical application.

Primary Photo for Stepan Suvorov

Stepan Suvorov

Passkeys: Prepare for the Future

In this lightning talk we will dive into the emerging world of Passkeys – a revolutionary approach to authentication that promises to reshape our digital security landscape. We'll explore the fundamental workings of Passkeys: their underlying technology, how they differ from passwords, and their reliance on public key cryptography. The session aims to prepare the AmsterdamJS community for this upcoming shift in authentication paradigms, equipping developers with the knowledge to embrace and implement Passkeys in their future projects. Join me in this exploration of Passkeys, as we step into a new era of digital security and user authentication.

Christian Gill

Maps of the Codebase

Inspired by Peter Turchi's "Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer," we explore the convergence of cartography and technical writing in software documentation. We'll delve into how maps, as narratives that guide and inform, parallel the goals of effective documentation—telling the story of a codebase and providing clear navigation, We'll uncover insights on crafting documentation that serves as a compass for developers, marrying the art of storytelling with the precision of technical detail to create a more navigable and understandable software landscape.

AmsterdamJS Meetup: Build AI for Private Data & more

Primary Photo for AmsterdamJS

AmsterdamJS

Mar

28

In-Person

Address available to attendees

👋 General Info

Hey, AmsterdamJS folks!

We're thrilled to announce the new date for our upcoming meetup - March 28.

📍NEW Event location

SOWISO - Science Park 301, 1098 XH Amsterdam

If your company has a space to host our next event, please reach us here

🤝 Sponsored by

Huge thanks to SOWISO for hosting the meetup and fuelling us with snacks and beverages!

SOWISO is a fast-growing EdTech company from Amsterdam, whose innovative online learning and testing environment for higher & secondary education is used by most Dutch universities and over 60 leading educational institutions worldwide. Their web app, built with Laravel and React, is engaging more than 450.000 students while saving teachers time. SOWISO is all about collaboration, autonomy, and experimentation, always open to new ideas to improve the online education experience.

🤝 Organized by

This event made possible thanks to the support from JSNationReact Summit and C3 Fest organizers - GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

  • 18:00 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization

  • 19:00 - Intro and announcements

  • 19:10 - Build AI for Private Data, in one Line of Code – Amir Houieh

  • 19:30 -  Passkeys: Prepare for the Future – Stepan Suvorov

  • 19:50 - Break with drinks

  • 20:00 - Maps of the Codebase – Christian Gill

  • 20:20 - Networking, Open Mic Lightning Talks

  • Mingle until 21:30pm

🗣️ Talks

➡️ Amir Houieh – Build AI for Private Data, in one Line of Code

In this talk, I'll share how to streamline the entire AI integration from private data all the way to our JS projects, all in one line of code using Unbody.io. We'll explore the challenges that non-ai developers are facing with getting into AI world, and the simplicity behind Unbody, avoiding intimidating AI jargon, and focus on its practical application.

➡️ Stepan Suvorov – Passkeys: Prepare for the Future

In this lightning talk we will dive into the emerging world of Passkeys – a revolutionary approach to authentication that promises to reshape our digital security landscape. We'll explore the fundamental workings of Passkeys: their underlying technology, how they differ from passwords, and their reliance on public key cryptography. The session aims to prepare the AmsterdamJS community for this upcoming shift in authentication paradigms, equipping developers with the knowledge to embrace and implement Passkeys in their future projects. Join me in this exploration of Passkeys, as we step into a new era of digital security and user authentication.

➡️ Christian Gill – Maps of the Codebase

Inspired by Peter Turchi's "Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer," we explore the convergence of cartography and technical writing in software documentation. We'll delve into how maps, as narratives that guide and inform, parallel the goals of effective documentation—telling the story of a codebase and providing clear navigation, We'll uncover insights on crafting documentation that serves as a compass for developers, marrying the art of storytelling with the precision of technical detail to create a more navigable and understandable software landscape.

➡️ Open Mic Lightning talks

🗣 You can become the next speaker, just fill in this CFP form

👍 Code of Conduct

By registering for this event you agree to comply with our 

CoC

📩 Contact

hi@jsnation.com

https://twitter.com/thejsnation

https://www.youtube.com/JSNation

Presentations

Amir Houieh

Build AI for Private Data, in one Line of Code

In this talk, I'll share how to streamline the entire AI integration from private data all the way to our JS projects, all in one line of code using Unbody.io. We'll explore the challenges that non-ai developers are facing with getting into AI world, and the simplicity behind Unbody, avoiding intimidating AI jargon, and focus on its practical application.

Primary Photo for Stepan Suvorov

Stepan Suvorov

Passkeys: Prepare for the Future

In this lightning talk we will dive into the emerging world of Passkeys – a revolutionary approach to authentication that promises to reshape our digital security landscape. We'll explore the fundamental workings of Passkeys: their underlying technology, how they differ from passwords, and their reliance on public key cryptography. The session aims to prepare the AmsterdamJS community for this upcoming shift in authentication paradigms, equipping developers with the knowledge to embrace and implement Passkeys in their future projects. Join me in this exploration of Passkeys, as we step into a new era of digital security and user authentication.

Christian Gill

Maps of the Codebase

Inspired by Peter Turchi's "Maps of the Imagination: The Writer as Cartographer," we explore the convergence of cartography and technical writing in software documentation. We'll delve into how maps, as narratives that guide and inform, parallel the goals of effective documentation—telling the story of a codebase and providing clear navigation, We'll uncover insights on crafting documentation that serves as a compass for developers, marrying the art of storytelling with the precision of technical detail to create a more navigable and understandable software landscape.

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