Reactive Programming: Wake Up and Smell the Bacon.js
Monday, March 14
3:30PM - 5:30PM
110 E 2nd St
With apps relying on so many real-time events these days, reactive programming offers a more concise and efficient means of responding to these events, while being a ton of fun to write. Unfortunately, the foreign nature of the programming style and the lack of good beginner resources can make developing front-end applications via reactive programming a daunting task.
This workshop starts with the smallest building blocks of reactive programming, before diving into complex issues like server-sent events, and your very own React app built with Bacon.js baked right in. You’ll leave with the skills you need to write reactively with confidence.
Peter is a software developer at Dell, where he works with a team of four building a marketplace web app. They use Node.js, write single page apps with Backbone and React/Redux, work in a CI/CD env...Show the rest
Peter is a software developer at Dell, where he works with a team of four building a marketplace web app. They use Node.js, write single page apps with Backbone and React/Redux, work in a CI/CD environment and deploy docker containerized services into a home baked microservices architecture . Before Dell Peter did web development work as a contractor for Modern Media (http://modernmedia.co/). Peter has a liberal arts BA education with fine arts concentration, graduated in 2011. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking, cooking and making ceramics sculptures.Hide the rest