1 day =1 track =12 talks
Software development teams usually are fairly complex: shifting priorities, changing requirements, and different personalities. This talk focuses on the ever-changing front-end tech landscape, along with team management in order to encourage best software engineering practices and better team culture across front-end teams through real-world use cases and historical lessons learned.
Do you know, around the world 1 out of 5 people is not able to access the apps and site we developer are making because they are suffering from either - vision, speech, hear, physical or cognitive problem. We forget while building the fancy apps that we need to make the web accessible for 'All' reason is that web was/is by default accessible to everyone but we developers are doing something wrong. In this talk we are going to see why accessibility is important, type of accessibility we need to take care, what we as developers need to do to make our web apps accessible for all.
Together, we'll live code a mocha-like test runner from scratch.
While understanding the mechanism behind it, we'll create a small CLI app, that runs our test suites, and reports the results to the console.
The presentation will be about my recently released library - Hybrids. As the project has got some tension in the community, I would like to show:
Most of the developers one day will have to work with some kind of legacy application. I want to present a story about one of the applications I've been working on, which was started ~4 years ago as a hybrid of .NET MVC and AngularJS (1.3) and a journey our team came through last year to make it possible to support and more reliable than before. It's not a fairy tale - we still need to rewrite but it is still doing a good job in meeting business needs and making money.
In this talk I'll explain how they can improve your business and how you can start using them. By the end you should have a solid grasp of how Push Notifications work and be aware of the common pitfalls to avoid.
TDD, the final frontier. These are the voyagers of the average developer, to create stable features, to join in the CI/CD world, to boldly develop minimum amount of code!
Many people say it is impossible to develop a front end application without opening the browser. I’m here to put these claims to the (unit) test!
In this talk we will build a working app - without opening the browser during the development process.
By the end of this talk, you will see the true meaning of TDD and how you can work with it to become a better developer.
Ready to become a TDD master? This talk is for you!
Thinking reactively opens new world of possibilities. Makes us understand that we were a bit lied off by technology and bringing streams back home. I will show you concepts and ideas behind it and explain why it may make ours everyday code easier.
Recently, bol.com seller dashboards, which used to be a monolith, decomposed into microfrontends defined by a business domain concept. We experimented on different ways of microfrontend techniques and picked one. Since each application can run independently on their own minimal setup, this gave the teams great flexibility, autonomy and yet improved the ownership of the individuals. Despite some drawbacks, such as UX consistency, performance issues, etc. this technique definitely proved itself within bol.com. In this case study, you will hear our gains from using microfrontends.
In my career I wrote a lot of bad code. When I got back to it I could tell what was wrong, and use this knowledge, to not make the same mistakes in the future.
Not with CSS though. I've used different frameworks, methodologies, preprocessors and I never got the feeling why it worked or not.
I decided to study this topic. In my presentation I will approach styling from a Software Engineering POV. I'll explain the theory of writing testable code and how it affects CSS programming. What parts of CSS we forgot about, but should be using. How we can up our game even more with CSS-in-JS and why you should finally drop BEM.
1 day =1 track =12 talks
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