We are happy to announce our next React Kyiv meetup that will take place on 30th of July at 18:30
This time we will open a registration on 26th of July, Thursday, at 2:00 pm, by link below
You will need to fill out the form and then you'll get a code to your email. That code will be used as an entry pass to the meetup.
Remember, if you register and do not come 3 times, you will be blacklisted forever with no way going back. And if for some reason you can't register via google forms (or just don't want to) we have Pizza Policy which means that you can use Pizza as permission entry. So you can enter the meetup with either pizza or registration code :)
🇬🇧The Ultimate Guide for Software Procrastination
by Boris Litvinsky
Software development is a process comprised of decisions made by the developers. But despite the fact that some decisions can have a long-lasting, crippling effect on our app, we make most of them based on guesses.
But what if the best decision is indecision? What if You could postpone most of your decision until you gather enough facts in order to make the optimal one?
In this talk, we will learn why deferring decisions can result in a much better, simpler code base. We’ll see examples of decisions we think we have to take on day 1 of the project, yet, can (and should) be postponed and see how practices like Spikes and the right design of your application will allow that to happen.
🇬🇧Performance that matters
by Menashe Kaplun
We all want our app to be blazing fast, who doesn’t? But how do we know our app performs good enough? In this talk I will discuss why should we care about our performance and making it a priority, what we should invest our time optimizing, how can we measure performance, and how do we use the data that we measure to paint a real picture of our app’s performance.
by Artem Yavorsky
Working on multiple interconnected projects could be difficult and complicated. We’ll try to find best approaches to handle monorepos, create semantic connections between related projects and optimize it for running tests on CI and publishing. No fluff. Zero bloat. Just monorepos
🇷🇺 Parsing Strings
by Valerii Sorokobatko
The story of how I worked on the development of the parser - from idea to implementation. I want to talk about the implementation process, about the insides and "how to turn a boring task into an interesting one".
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