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AmsterdamJS Meetup: Fine–Tuning Your Reactivity & more

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AmsterdamJS

Oct

5

In-Person

Address available to attendees

We missed you this time around!

👋 General Info

Hey, AmsterdamJS community!

After a break, we're returning in October with the new AmsterdamJS Meetup and hope to see you all there for great JS discussions and networking!

Don't miss an opportunity to become a speaker if you have some ideas in mind, just fill in this FORM.

📍Event location FiberplaneOvertoom 16, 1054HJ, Amsterdam

🎫 Registration

Please do RSVP here to show your friends you’re coming.

Feel free to bring +1 friend who is interested in joining us (just share the link - so your friend could register as well).

🤝 In collaboration with

Great Respect for Fiberplane for hosting the meetup and fuelling us with snacks & beverages!

  • Fiberplane is building a collaborative notebook platform for DevOps and Site Reliability Engineers. Fiberplane is the creator of Autometrics.

  • Autometrics is an open-source observability micro framework for developers. Autometrics is built by Fiberplane to make observability and monitoring more accessible for developers. The mission of both Autometrics and Fiberplane is to enable developers to resolve and manage incidents with more focus and less friction.

This event made possible thanks to the support from GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

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

  • 19:00 - Intro and announcements

  • 19:10 - Talks 🗣To propose a talk for our meetups please fill in the CFP Form

  • 20:30 - Mingle until 10pm

🗣 Talks

➡️ Salama Ashoush: Fine-Tuning Your Reactivity: Harnessing the Power of Signals

Discover how to achieve high performance and exceptional user experience in your web applications using fine-grained reactivity with signals. This powerful technique allows you to fine-tune the reactivity of your components, making your applications more efficient and responsive to user interactions. Learn the benefits of using signals, how to implement them, and create highly reactive components that respond to changes in a targeted way, resulting in a better user experience.

➡️ Artem Kobzar – How to Make Friends with Android and Backend Departments

In this talk you will know how to share code between the next code bases: Web App, Android application, and Kotlin backend. I will show how to take those 3 applications and iteratively start to share step-by-step: models, data validation logic, request/response services, and even UI. At each step we will have a ready-to-production application and participants could chose any "depth" of the code sharing.

➡️ Laurynas Keturakis – TFW You can't Console.log Your Way out of Production Issues

Congrats, you deployed your Node app to prod! But how do you actually know if your users are having a good experience? Logs are great initially—until your dashboard becomes overwhelming. We could add metrics but they have a steep learning curve. In this talk we'll see where console.log falls short and learn how metrics help us better define what a good user experience is. We'll also discuss why useful code instrumentation is hard, and propose what we can do to make it easier.

➡️ If you have ideas and want to become a speaker, feel free to insert your proposal here

👍 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

Salama Ashoush

Fine-Tuning Your Reactivity: Harnessing the Power of Signals

Discover how to achieve high performance and exceptional user experience in your web applications using fine-grained reactivity with signals. This powerful technique allows you to fine-tune the reactivity of your components, making your applications more efficient and responsive to user interactions. Learn the benefits of using signals, how to implement them, and create highly reactive components that respond to changes in a targeted way, resulting in a better user experience.

Artem Kobzar

How to Make Friends with Android and Backend Departments

In this talk you will know how to share code between the next code bases: Web App, Android application, and Kotlin backend. I will show how to take those 3 applications and iteratively start to share step-by-step: models, data validation logic, request/response services, and even UI. At each step we will have a ready-to-production application and participants could chose any "depth" of the code sharing.

Laurynas Keturakis

TFW You can't Console.log Your Way out of Production Issues

Congrats, you deployed your Node app to prod! But how do you actually know if your users are having a good experience? Logs are great initially—until your dashboard becomes overwhelming. We could add metrics but they have a steep learning curve. In this talk we'll see where console.log falls short and learn how metrics help us better define what a good user experience is. We'll also discuss why useful code instrumentation is hard, and propose what we can do to make it easier.

AmsterdamJS Meetup: Fine–Tuning Your Reactivity & more

Primary Photo for AmsterdamJS

AmsterdamJS

Oct

5

In-Person

Address available to attendees

👋 General Info

Hey, AmsterdamJS community!

After a break, we're returning in October with the new AmsterdamJS Meetup and hope to see you all there for great JS discussions and networking!

Don't miss an opportunity to become a speaker if you have some ideas in mind, just fill in this FORM.

📍Event location FiberplaneOvertoom 16, 1054HJ, Amsterdam

🎫 Registration

Please do RSVP here to show your friends you’re coming.

Feel free to bring +1 friend who is interested in joining us (just share the link - so your friend could register as well).

🤝 In collaboration with

Great Respect for Fiberplane for hosting the meetup and fuelling us with snacks & beverages!

  • Fiberplane is building a collaborative notebook platform for DevOps and Site Reliability Engineers. Fiberplane is the creator of Autometrics.

  • Autometrics is an open-source observability micro framework for developers. Autometrics is built by Fiberplane to make observability and monitoring more accessible for developers. The mission of both Autometrics and Fiberplane is to enable developers to resolve and manage incidents with more focus and less friction.

This event made possible thanks to the support from GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

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

  • 19:00 - Intro and announcements

  • 19:10 - Talks 🗣To propose a talk for our meetups please fill in the CFP Form

  • 20:30 - Mingle until 10pm

🗣 Talks

➡️ Salama Ashoush: Fine-Tuning Your Reactivity: Harnessing the Power of Signals

Discover how to achieve high performance and exceptional user experience in your web applications using fine-grained reactivity with signals. This powerful technique allows you to fine-tune the reactivity of your components, making your applications more efficient and responsive to user interactions. Learn the benefits of using signals, how to implement them, and create highly reactive components that respond to changes in a targeted way, resulting in a better user experience.

➡️ Artem Kobzar – How to Make Friends with Android and Backend Departments

In this talk you will know how to share code between the next code bases: Web App, Android application, and Kotlin backend. I will show how to take those 3 applications and iteratively start to share step-by-step: models, data validation logic, request/response services, and even UI. At each step we will have a ready-to-production application and participants could chose any "depth" of the code sharing.

➡️ Laurynas Keturakis – TFW You can't Console.log Your Way out of Production Issues

Congrats, you deployed your Node app to prod! But how do you actually know if your users are having a good experience? Logs are great initially—until your dashboard becomes overwhelming. We could add metrics but they have a steep learning curve. In this talk we'll see where console.log falls short and learn how metrics help us better define what a good user experience is. We'll also discuss why useful code instrumentation is hard, and propose what we can do to make it easier.

➡️ If you have ideas and want to become a speaker, feel free to insert your proposal here

👍 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

Salama Ashoush

Fine-Tuning Your Reactivity: Harnessing the Power of Signals

Discover how to achieve high performance and exceptional user experience in your web applications using fine-grained reactivity with signals. This powerful technique allows you to fine-tune the reactivity of your components, making your applications more efficient and responsive to user interactions. Learn the benefits of using signals, how to implement them, and create highly reactive components that respond to changes in a targeted way, resulting in a better user experience.

Artem Kobzar

How to Make Friends with Android and Backend Departments

In this talk you will know how to share code between the next code bases: Web App, Android application, and Kotlin backend. I will show how to take those 3 applications and iteratively start to share step-by-step: models, data validation logic, request/response services, and even UI. At each step we will have a ready-to-production application and participants could chose any "depth" of the code sharing.

Laurynas Keturakis

TFW You can't Console.log Your Way out of Production Issues

Congrats, you deployed your Node app to prod! But how do you actually know if your users are having a good experience? Logs are great initially—until your dashboard becomes overwhelming. We could add metrics but they have a steep learning curve. In this talk we'll see where console.log falls short and learn how metrics help us better define what a good user experience is. We'll also discuss why useful code instrumentation is hard, and propose what we can do to make it easier.

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