Moving to React and Debugging Live
Full Stack is proud to partner with DinosaurJS (https://dinosaurjs.org/) to bring you a couple great talks from DinosaurJS speakers! DinosaurJS tickets are NOT required to attend Full Stack, but there are still a few left if you’re interested in data-science in the browser, testing, or the future of packaging and animation. DinosaurJS is on June 20th and 21st – purchase w/ 10% discount for Full Stack members (https://ti.to/dinosaurjs/2019/discount/fullstack). In celebration of our magnificent prehistoric friends, we’ll have dinosaur-related giveaways! As always, food and beverages will be provided.
Our first speaker this evening will be Cassidy Williams (twitter (https://twitter.com/cassidoo), github (https://github.com/cassidoo), website (http://cassidoo.co/)).
Our second speaker will be Saimon Sharif (twitter (https://twitter.com/saimonsharif), github (https://github.com/saimonsharif)).
5:30 – Social time
6:00 – Moving to React at CodePen – Cassidy Williams
6:30 – Break
7:00 – We’ll do it live: Underhanded Debugging Tactics – Saimon Sharif
7:30 – Social time
9:00 – Doors close
Please note that Full Stack is governed by a Code of Conduct (http://www.meetup.com/fullstack/about/).
Moar about the talks…
Moving to React at CodePen
By: Cassidy Williams
In this talk, Cassidy will discuss about how CodePen is migrating from Ruby on Rails to React over GraphQL.
We’ll do it live: Underhanded Debugging Tactics
By: Saimon Sharif
One of the most stressful moments as an engineer is encountering a bug in a production environment that can’t be reproduced locally. At that point, the only reasonable strategy is to debug in Production! Learn several underhanded debugging tactics, gained from slightly stressful personal experiences, for diagnosing bugs that occur in a production environment and specific techniques for debugging in each layer of the stack while also tracing issues from client-side, in the browser, and to a web server.
Flatiron School (flatironschool.com) a 15-week coding bootcamp here in Denver that’s part of the WeWork family
Space provided by