ReactNYC: YERtJ-5wlhM

May 10, 2018 · New York, United States of America

🎤 Get up to speed on Storybook
Dominic Nguyen (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dominic-nguyen-25aa4821/)

Introducing Learn Storybook - a hands-on tutorial that teaches you the fundamentals of isolated component development. If you’re like me, you may have heard of Storybook and initially overlooked it. Another day, another dev tool. But teams at Airbnb, Dropbox, and Github use it so you might be wondering what the hype is about. This lightning talk briefs you on Storybook and introduces open source tutorial Learn Storybook (React contributors needed).

🎤 Reading, '​Riting and React
Rachel Cohen (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelfreya/)

​Someday, someone else will most likely be trying to decipher your code. We don't want these future employees to be confused and unproductive, right? In this talk, a journalist-turned-engineer ​will delve into lessons from reporting and writing that can make your code clear and comprehensible to your future "readers."

🎤 Everything is NSFW: Security Concerns for Modern Single-Page Apps
Derek Misler (https://www.linkedin.com/in/derekmisler/)

Building stuff for the web is pretty neat! Experimenting, learning new things, getting that new tool’s design just right; it’s a lot of fun! The internet, however, is a shockingly and terrifyingly scary place. And you should be scared; none of your data is safe. As a responsible web app owner, you’re aware of the importance of web security, but as the web evolves, it will continue to become increasingly difficult to keep an eye on your app’s security. By putting just a few security best practices in place, your data and your customers’ data will be that much safer, and the internet will be slightly less scary.

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