Spring edition: CSS for JS devs, NodeJS Promise, Coding Challenge

14 Mar

7:00 pm Crea, Nieuwe Achtergracht 170, Amsterdam

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Description

Hey folks, come and join us at the upcoming AmsterdamJS Meetup. We’re bringing a fresh 🌱 Spring Edition that will be dedicated to CSS for JS developers and keeping your NodeJS promise in Production. We also have a special Coding Challenge for JS pros planned for after the talks, so it’s time to bring your A-game! 🏆

We’re very grateful for our ongoing event sponsor Evolution Gaming (https://www.evolutiongaming.com), React and WebGL shop in Amsterdam and number of other cities in Europe. We’d also like to thank this edition’s sponsor Reaktor (https://www.reaktor.com), the company providing consultancy and agency services, built on exceptional technological competence.

# Event Schedule

18:00 – Doors open – snacks, beer, socialization
19:00 – Introduction and announcements
19:10 – 🗣 “Teaching CSS to JavaScripters” by Peter-Paul Koch
19:40 – 🗣 “Keeping your NodeJS promise in production” by Dipro Chatterjee
20:10 – Short break
20:20 – 🏆 Coding Challenge with Ricardo Mallols (Laptop required!)
21:00 – After-party in Crea Cafe

## “Teaching CSS to JavaScripters” by Peter-Paul Koch (https://twitter.com/ppk)

Some JavaScript professionals do not know CSS as well as they’d like to. In order to help them, PPK decided to write a book “CDD for JavaScripters”, where he will explain CSS in terms that JavaScripters will understand.

But what are those terms? What kind of teaching would JavaScripters expect? Is there a CSS mental model that is different from a JavaScript mental model? Is CSS a programming language? Does that matter for teaching or learning CSS?

PPK will give a brief outline of where he’s standing right now on these questions. The majority of the session will be used for a discussion with the audience. How should he teach CSS? Why is it so hard for some to understand it? What are the least-understood parts of CSS? We hope this discussion will yield valuable feedback.

## “Keeping your NodeJS promise in production” by Dipro Chatterjee (https://twitter.com/chatterjeedipro)

As an asynchronous event-driven JavaScript runtime, Node is designed to build scalable network applications. It does not employ multi-threading and yet achieves a desired level of concurrency using its event loop architecture with I/O delegated to libuv. Under the hood, Libuv manages workers to handle asynchronous tasks. During this talk, we will dive into the event loop phases with live code samples e.g. file I/O, data pipelines.

Dipro will share some challenges with designing production systems and their solutions.

About Dipro

Dipro is a Senior Software engineer at DAZN, working on the payments and subscriptions services that enable the user journey of a DAZN customer and generate revenue for the company. I work on AWS, Terraform, Drone and NodeJS. I like promises in Node but never keep them in my personal life.

## Coding Challenge with Ricardo Mallols (https://twitter.com/ricardomallols)

Do you have some basic experience dealing with it? Are you a JavaScript ninja? Either way, this event is for you!

Ricardo has been organizing coding challenges to help people improve their JavaScript skills with the support and advice of the top JavaScript developers from London.

Ricardo and his team have created a coding game to help you improve your tech skills in a friendly, relaxed and motivational environment.

It doesn’t matter if you want to break into the tech market or just want to code for fun; don’t be shy and come over to enjoy the pleasure of modern programming!

Please remember to bring your laptop. 😉

# Code of Conduct

By registering to this event you agree to comply with our Code of Conduct http://confcodeofconduct.com

# Contact

If you have any questions about the AmsterdamJS community, or willing to support us as a company and sponsor the next event – reach us at [masked]

Follow updates on Twitter: https://twitter.com/amsterdamjs

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