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AmsterdamJS Meetup: Navigating the Next Generation Web & more

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AmsterdamJS

May

2

In-Person

Address available to attendees

We missed you this time around!

👋 General Info

Hey, AmsterdamJS Community!

Let's meet on May 2 at CREA centre to have insightful talks on how we developers build for the web in the near future and many more!

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

🤝 Organized by

This event made possible thanks to the support from 

JSNationReact Summit and C3 Fest organizers - GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

  • 18:00 - Doors open – beverages, socialization

  • 19:00 - Intro and announcements

  • 19:10 - Navigating the Next Generation Web; Trust, Identity and Data – Adewale Abati

  • 19:30 - Designing APIs for Humans – Paul Asjes

  • 19:50 - Break with drinks

  • 20:00 - Git Worktrees - Git's Best Kept Secret and Why You Should Use Them – Tomás Arribas

  • 20:20 - Networking, Open Mic Lightning Talks

  • ⚡️ John Fisher – Monorepo - To use Versioned Packages or Local References

  • ⚡️ Hammad Hassan Bajwa – Why You Should Care About Web Accessibility Mingle until 21:30pm

🗣️ Talks

➡️ Adewale Abati – Navigating the Next Generation Web; Trust, Identity and Data

In a period where the digital landscape is constantly evolving, the way we understand and interact with the web & internet is undergoing a profound transformation. The web democratised how we connect with each other and how we exchange information. This talk takes a guided approach to introduce some of the concepts that could shape how we developers build for the web in the near future. Looking into open standards that take into consideration the user’s data, identity and trust.

➡️ Paul Asjes – Designing APIs for Humans

APIs are the cornerstone of communication between services, yet we still treat the design of them as an afterthought. We spend huge amounts of time considering UIs and how users interact with them, why don't we do the same for APIs?

In this talk, Paul leverages 5 years of API experience at Stripe to discuss why we should start designing our APIs for the humans behind them. He'll show examples, share some horror stories and hopefully convince you on some best practises when designing and implementing your API.

➡️ Tomás Arribas – Git Worktrees - Git's Best Kept Secret and Why You Should Use Them

A fairly unknown feature of git is the concept of "working trees". In a nutshell, it allows you to have branches checked out as regular folders. This seemingly simple feature can be a game changer when working between multiple in-progress branches. Forget about stashing, or cross-branch dependency changes nightmares. You can even keep working while another branch is being built or tested! After this talk, you will know how to create and manage worktrees, how to get around their caveats, and the best way to make them the new base of your regular workflow.

➡️ 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

Adewale Abati

Navigating the Next Generation Web; Trust, Identity and Data.

In a period where the digital landscape is constantly evolving, the way we understand and interact with the web & internet is undergoing a profound transformation.

The web democratised how we connect with each other and how we exchange information. This talk takes a guided approach to introduce some of the concepts that could shape how we developers build for the web in the near future.

Looking into open standards that take into consideration the user’s data, identity and trust.

Paul Asjes

Designing APIs for Humans

APIs are the cornerstone of communication between services, yet we still treat the design of them as an afterthought. We spend huge amounts of time considering UIs and how users interact with them, why don't we do the same for APIs?

In this talk, Paul leverages 5 years of API experience at Stripe to discuss why we should start designing our APIs for the humans behind them. He'll show examples, share some horror stories and hopefully convince you on some best practises when designing and implementing your API.

Tomás Arribas

Git Worktrees - Git's Best Kept Secret and Why You Should Use Them

A fairly unknown feature of git is the concept of "working trees". In a nutshell, it allows you to have branches checked out as regular folders. This seemingly simple feature can be a game changer when working between multiple in-progress branches. Forget about stashing, or cross-branch dependency changes nightmares. You can even keep working while another branch is being built or tested! After this talk, you will know how to create and manage worktrees, how to get around their caveats, and the best way to make them the new base of your regular workflow.

AmsterdamJS Meetup: Navigating the Next Generation Web & more

Primary Photo for AmsterdamJS

AmsterdamJS

May

2

In-Person

Address available to attendees

👋 General Info

Hey, AmsterdamJS Community!

Let's meet on May 2 at CREA centre to have insightful talks on how we developers build for the web in the near future and many more!

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

🤝 Organized by

This event made possible thanks to the support from 

JSNationReact Summit and C3 Fest organizers - GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

  • 18:00 - Doors open – beverages, socialization

  • 19:00 - Intro and announcements

  • 19:10 - Navigating the Next Generation Web; Trust, Identity and Data – Adewale Abati

  • 19:30 - Designing APIs for Humans – Paul Asjes

  • 19:50 - Break with drinks

  • 20:00 - Git Worktrees - Git's Best Kept Secret and Why You Should Use Them – Tomás Arribas

  • 20:20 - Networking, Open Mic Lightning Talks

  • ⚡️ John Fisher – Monorepo - To use Versioned Packages or Local References

  • ⚡️ Hammad Hassan Bajwa – Why You Should Care About Web Accessibility Mingle until 21:30pm

🗣️ Talks

➡️ Adewale Abati – Navigating the Next Generation Web; Trust, Identity and Data

In a period where the digital landscape is constantly evolving, the way we understand and interact with the web & internet is undergoing a profound transformation. The web democratised how we connect with each other and how we exchange information. This talk takes a guided approach to introduce some of the concepts that could shape how we developers build for the web in the near future. Looking into open standards that take into consideration the user’s data, identity and trust.

➡️ Paul Asjes – Designing APIs for Humans

APIs are the cornerstone of communication between services, yet we still treat the design of them as an afterthought. We spend huge amounts of time considering UIs and how users interact with them, why don't we do the same for APIs?

In this talk, Paul leverages 5 years of API experience at Stripe to discuss why we should start designing our APIs for the humans behind them. He'll show examples, share some horror stories and hopefully convince you on some best practises when designing and implementing your API.

➡️ Tomás Arribas – Git Worktrees - Git's Best Kept Secret and Why You Should Use Them

A fairly unknown feature of git is the concept of "working trees". In a nutshell, it allows you to have branches checked out as regular folders. This seemingly simple feature can be a game changer when working between multiple in-progress branches. Forget about stashing, or cross-branch dependency changes nightmares. You can even keep working while another branch is being built or tested! After this talk, you will know how to create and manage worktrees, how to get around their caveats, and the best way to make them the new base of your regular workflow.

➡️ 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

Adewale Abati

Navigating the Next Generation Web; Trust, Identity and Data.

In a period where the digital landscape is constantly evolving, the way we understand and interact with the web & internet is undergoing a profound transformation.

The web democratised how we connect with each other and how we exchange information. This talk takes a guided approach to introduce some of the concepts that could shape how we developers build for the web in the near future.

Looking into open standards that take into consideration the user’s data, identity and trust.

Paul Asjes

Designing APIs for Humans

APIs are the cornerstone of communication between services, yet we still treat the design of them as an afterthought. We spend huge amounts of time considering UIs and how users interact with them, why don't we do the same for APIs?

In this talk, Paul leverages 5 years of API experience at Stripe to discuss why we should start designing our APIs for the humans behind them. He'll show examples, share some horror stories and hopefully convince you on some best practises when designing and implementing your API.

Tomás Arribas

Git Worktrees - Git's Best Kept Secret and Why You Should Use Them

A fairly unknown feature of git is the concept of "working trees". In a nutshell, it allows you to have branches checked out as regular folders. This seemingly simple feature can be a game changer when working between multiple in-progress branches. Forget about stashing, or cross-branch dependency changes nightmares. You can even keep working while another branch is being built or tested! After this talk, you will know how to create and manage worktrees, how to get around their caveats, and the best way to make them the new base of your regular workflow.

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