DenverScript
Feb
27
6:00 PM18:00

DenverScript

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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Whats going on in JavaScript Land? (20min)

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript (https://twitter.com/denverscript).

Longer Presentation(20 - 30min):

Dockerize All The Things - Drew Dahlman

Make your life easier by using containers for everything. We will walk through adding docker to your workflow and reducing the need to ever install dependencies ( Gems, Node Modules, etc ) on your system but instead rely on Docker for all of that. No more worrying about an update to osX to break all of your applications, because it's in a container you are free to just work.

Drew Dahlman is a Technical Director and Senior Developer at Legwork Studio in Denver Colorado, is the founder of Develop Denver. He works with clients and agencies such as Nike, Google, Coca-Cola, Hakkasan Group and others to create rich interactive experiences though websites and experiential installations.

Longer Presentation(20 - 30min):

Choose Your Own Adventure! -- Morgan Whaley

Waterfall. Agile. Scrum. Lean. Kanban. Nothing at all. With all the different workflows out there, how can programmers continue to bring their A-game, grow, write great code, and above all direct their own career path? If everything is structured, intuition can suffer, but if nothing is structured, all those cat videos aren’t going to watch themselves. I will talk about my own career path and how I have zeroed in on and thrived despite uncertainty, change, and WIP limits.

Socialize:

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

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Let's talk Erlang and Elixir
Mar
5
6:00 PM18:00

Let's talk Erlang and Elixir

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Meetup schedule:Meetup schedule:
6:00 - 6:30 Meet and Greet - we provide have beer, soda and pizza, you provide the chit chat

6:30 - 7:00 -- Beginner's track

• If you're newer to the ecosystem, or just want to brush up, come out early and learn programming in Erlang/Elixir

7:00 - 7:30 -- Talk

7:30 - 8:00 -- Erlang/Elixir show and tell:

• Bring your project, show everyone what you've been up to

• Stuck on a problem, show the group

• Or just come out and share your experiences

Hope you can make it out!

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DDD Denver
Mar
12
6:30 PM18:30

DDD Denver

Organization: Agile/Lean and DDD

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Presentation TBD - Presenter TBD

TBD.

Schedule:

6:30pm - 7pm Food & drink (including alcohol) provided and conversation - a big thanks to Code Talent for sponsoring the catering!
7:00pm - Announcements
7:05pm - Main presentation - Presenter
8:30pm - Conversation

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Node.js
Mar
15
6:30 PM18:30

Node.js

Using Docker Compose - Node.js Denver/Boulder/Ft. Collins

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Talk:
Using Docker Compose

By the end of this talk you will have the tools and knowledge to use Docker Compose to automatically spin up a group of containers that simulate modern-day cloud deployment architecture. This will allow you to develop and test your code in the same kind of environment that it will run in production.

Speaker:

Brooks Patton has worked in the IT industry for the last 12 years, including as a contractor for NASA, Developer for several startup companies, and as a Lead Instructor at Galvanize. He has recently created a Docker for System Administrators online course for INE. He can be seen programming on his Twitch.tv channel at https://www.twitch.tv/brookzerker.

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Schedule:

6:30pm: Pizza, beer, networking
7:00pm: Talk
7:45pm: Questions

Hope you all can make it out to this great talk. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out.

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DenverScript
Mar
27
6:00 PM18:00

DenverScript

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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Details

Whats going on in JavaScript Land? (20min)

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript (https://twitter.com/denverscript).

Shorter Presentation(10 - 15min):

(TBD)

Longer Presentation(20 - 30min):

Generalizing animations - Don Abrams

Don is a Sr Software Engineer @InvisionApp working on the Studio team.

Socialize:

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

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DDD Denver
Apr
9
6:30 PM18:30

DDD Denver

Organization: Agile/Lean and DDD

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Presentation TBD - Presenter TBD

TBD.

Schedule:

6:30pm - 7pm Food & drink (including alcohol) provided and conversation - a big thanks to Code Talent for sponsoring the catering!
7:00pm - Announcements
7:05pm - Main presentation - Presenter
8:30pm - Conversation

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DenverScript
Apr
24
6:00 PM18:00

DenverScript

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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Details

Whats going on in JavaScript Land? (20min)

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript (https://twitter.com/denverscript).

Shorter Presentation(10 - 15min):

(TBD)

Longer Presentation(20 - 30min):

Generalizing animations - Don Abrams

Don is a Sr Software Engineer @InvisionApp working on the Studio team.

Socialize:

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

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Node.js
Feb
15
6:30 PM18:30

Node.js

Introducing Denali: a Node framework for building robust APIs by Dave Wasmer

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Talk:

Introducing Denali: a Node framework for building robust APIs

Denali a new framework for Node.js, focusing on letting you ship fast and scale. It’s a "layered conventions" framework for building robust APIs and includes a bring-your-own data layer, a powerful add-on system, and a best-in-class developer experience.

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Speaker:

Dave Wasmer is a senior developer specializing in Ember, product designer, and UX craftsman from Colorado Springs. Connect with him on Twitter @davewasmer.

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Schedule:

6:30pm: Pizza, beer, networking
7:00pm: Talk
7:45pm: Questions

Hope you all can make it out to this great talk. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out.

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Angular in the Rocky Mountains
Feb
13
5:30 PM17:30

Angular in the Rocky Mountains

 

NgRx Jest Testing

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Doors: 5:00 pm 

Pizza + Networking: 5:30 pm 

Presentation: 6:00 pm

Everybody knows how important testing is and yet many of us have projects without tests, commented out tests, or testing disabled. In a perfect world, we build our new project with tests and everything is great until we get asked to refactor the application and now have hundreds of broken tests. In addition, I may have implemented my project with NgRx and I have a whole new set of items to test; actions, reducers, and effects. Jest.js makes testing regular and NgRx projects a breeze. I'll show you how to install and start testing with Jest.js with zero configuration. We will dive into serializers to simplify the output and explore how to test simple functions as well as actions, reducers, and effects. I'll show you how easy it is to test your components and know that they will render exactly the way you expect. I'll also be showing you how your refactor with hundreds of broken tests can be fixed in a matter of minutes.

About the presenter:
Jesse Sanders is the founder and CEO of BrieBug, a premier broker of technology solutions. He learned to code BASIC at 13 years old on his TRS80 Color Computer and started as a developer over 20 years ago on the Microsoft stack using VB4. He founded BrieBug in 2009 and has since built a team of talented developers dedicated to delivering cutting edge enterprise solutions. He is an expert in JavaScript languages, including Angular and React. When Jesse isn’t busy running a software business, he enjoys skiing and cycling in his home state of Colorado. His other hobbies include spending time with his three kids and their dog, Sparkle.

 

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DDD Denver
Feb
12
6:30 PM18:30

DDD Denver

Organization: Agile/Lean and DDD

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Presentation TBD - Presenter TBD

TBD.

Schedule:

6:30pm - 7pm Food & drink (including alcohol) provided and conversation - a big thanks to Code Talent for sponsoring the catering!
7:00pm - Announcements
7:05pm - Main presentation - Presenter
8:30pm - Conversation

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Women In Tech
Feb
8
6:00 PM18:00

Women In Tech

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About This Event

We invite you to join us at our quarterly gathering for Women in Technology. You'll hear from four women in tech giving insight on how they've reached their level of success, advice on navigating the workplace, and how we can support the next generation.

On Thursday, February 8th, join SpotX, Zayo, Havenly, and General Assembly to hear from an esteemed panel of speakers who are pioneers in their respective fields, representing many facets of the Colorado and international tech industry.

The focus of this quarter’s gathering will be on how to land your next job. We will talk through resumes, interviewing skills, networking tips, and ways to build your personal brand. We want to encourage you to be bold, own a confident mindset, and apply to that next role, reach out for a coffee date, and work towards your most ambitious career goals.

Agenda:

  • 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm - Wine & Chat
  • 6:30 pm - 7:15 pm - Panel Discussion
  • 7:15 - 7:45 pm - Small Group Discussions + Q&A
  • 7:45 pm - 8:00 pm - Networking & Wrap-Up
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Let's talk Erlang and Elixir
Feb
5
6:00 PM18:00

Let's talk Erlang and Elixir

 

Happy Little Macros and and Intro to Elixir Streams

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Meetup schedule:
6:00 - 6:30 -- Meet and Greet - we provide have beer, soda and pizza, you provide the chit chat

6:30 - 7:00 -- Beginner's track: Geoff Smith with give an intro to Elixir Streams

7:00 - 7:30 -- Happy Little Macros, presented by Peter Williams

7:30 - 8:00 -- Erlang/Elixir show and tell:

• Bring your project, show everyone what you've been up to

• Stuck on a problem, show the group

• Or just come out and share your experiences

Hope you can make it out!

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global diversity CFP day
Feb
3
1:00 PM13:00

global diversity CFP day

Have you always wanted to become a tech conference speaker?

Let 2018 be the year that you make that dream a reality!

On Saturday 3rd February 2018 there will be numerous workshops hosted around the globe encouraging and advising newbie speakers to put together your very first talk proposal and share your own individual perspective on any subject of interest to people in tech.

Each workshop will have experienced speakers on hand to:

  1. give you a warm, inclusive welcome in a safe space (check out our Code of Conduct which all participants must adhere to)
  2. mentor you with your proposal
  3. provide speaking advice
  4. and share their enthusiasm to get you to the stage!

Subject matter: These workshops have no specific language, framework or process as a focus. Even if your talk isn’t even related to tech we want to hear from you too! In short, if there is something that you want to shout to the world we're here to help you get there regardless of the boundaries of technology or communities.

Check out the official Denver, CO global diversity CFP day meetup page here.

For specific details on the up-coming meetup go to our event listings

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CULTURE LABx Denver
Jan
30
6:00 PM18:00

CULTURE LABx Denver

Make Happy Work: 3 Critical Pillars to Create an Extraordinary Workplace Culture

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Details

A NOTE FROM KRIS ABOUT THIS MEETUP:

"As a culture advocate, you’re my choir. You get it. You know curating an extraordinary workplace culture is both compelling and complex. One of the reasons we all stand up and show up to CLx is because we’re committed to both sharing and learning new perspectives and tools on how to better hone our efforts. As someone who is committed to creating more joy in the workplace, I’m honored to share with you a few insights from my eight years of doing this work."

In our time together, you’ll learn:

• Why Emotional Intimacy in the Workplace is a Non-Negotiable

• Three Proven Ways to Spark Camaraderie

• A Key Culture Interrupter

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Kris Boesch is the CEO and Founder of Choose People, a company that transforms company cultures, increases employee happiness and boosts the bottom-line. The Choose People 360° Culture Audit is based on over 1000 hours of research conducted with the Industrial Organizational Psychology Department at Colorado State University. She is also the author of Culture Works: How to Create Happiness in the Workplace. Prior to Choose People, Boesch was the CEO of Exodus Moving & Storage. Under her leadership Exodus became the largest mover in Northern Colorado with a turnover rate nearly 40% less than the industry average and a bottom line twice that same average. Kris has been featured as a workplace culture expert in Inc., Entrepreneur and Forbes.

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DenverScript
Jan
23
6:00 PM18:00

DenverScript

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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Details

Whats going on in JavaScript Land? (20min)

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript (https://twitter.com/denverscript).

Shorter Presentation(10 - 15min):

*something about elm* -- Sean Helvey

Longer Presentation(20 - 30min):

*working title* -- Will Klein

Socialize:

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

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Node.js
Jan
18
6:30 PM18:30

Node.js

Angular Next - Getting started with the newest version of Angular

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Talk:

Angular Next - Getting started with the newest version of Angular

JavaScript has changed a lot since it was first released. Now it’s well on its way to becoming a first class language. With technology changing quickly and the need to make sure browsers can keep up, where can you turn to keep things in order? You can turn to Angular. We’ll talk about the benefits that the new Angular framework provides. We’ll look at typescript, classes, and observables. We'll look at code samples and show you how to hit the ground running with the amazing Angular CLI. We’ll discuss why an Angular Hello World app takes a good deal of code to get running and explain why it’s all important. You'll leave this talk with what you need to start your own Angular apps. Come on out and see what all of the buzz is about with Angular.

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Speaker:

Ryan Ciecalone is a Developer who is passionate about Full Stack JavaScript Web Development. He works at Polaris Alpha in Colorado Springs. Connect with him on Twitter @RyanCiecalone.

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Schedule:

6:30pm: Pizza, beer, networking
7:00pm: Talk
7:45pm: Questions

Hope you all can make it out to this great talk. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out.

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DDD Denver
Jan
8
6:30 PM18:30

DDD Denver

Book Club: Reactive Design Patterns

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Details

Book Review and Lean Coffee Discussion on Topics from the book - Hosted by Josh Maletz

Moved from December to avoid various holiday activities. We are going to have a discussion about the book Reactive Design Patterns. The first two chapters are available free on Manning.com.

https://www.manning.com/books/reactive-design-patterns

Some basic background: https://www.reactivemanifesto.org/

Schedule:
- 6:30pm - 7:00pm: Food & drink (including alcohol) provided and conversation - a big thanks to Code Talent for sponsoring the catering!
- 7:00pm - 7:05pm: Announcements
- 7:05pm - 8:30pm (ish): Discussion

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Front Range Front-End Meetup
Jan
4
6:30 PM18:30

Front Range Front-End Meetup

Front Range Front-End Meetup 

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We're starting the year with a Codepen Show & Tell meetup!

Bring a Codepen demo you're proud of and show us all what's cool! The range of acceptable demos is pretty wide: the only rules are (1) have it in a Codepen (https://codepen.io), and (2) stick to the Code of Conduct (https://blog.codepen.io/legal/code-conduct/). It could be a CSS grid demo, some gnarly Sass mixins that make your work faster, a sweet SVG, some smooth animations, a clever responsive trick, some tight CSS naming pattern, an a11y helper - anything front-end, really!

We'll have a moderated open mic format (with all of us being careful not to monopolize the time). You can plug in your laptop (HDMI) if you must, but we'll have one already plugged in to present from. The shared laptop makes transitions quicker & gives more people a chance to show off.

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Angular in the Rocky Mountains
Dec
13
5:30 PM17:30

Angular in the Rocky Mountains

Modeling Redux State 

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Doors: 5:00 pm 

Pizza + Networking: 5:30 pm 

Presentation: 6:00 pm 

One of the challenges of using the Redux architecture for a large, complex application is deciding how to model the state object. We will dive into what types of data should be kept in the state (hint: there's no "right" answer), why it should be normalized, and how to organize state to reduce duplicate and nested data and keep reducer logic simple.

About the presenter:
Jesse Sanders is the founder and CEO of BrieBug, a premier broker of technology solutions. He learned to code BASIC at 13 years old on his TRS80 Color Computer and started as a developer over 20 years ago on the Microsoft stack using VB4. He founded BrieBug in 2009 and has since built a team of talented developers dedicated to delivering cutting edge enterprise solutions. He is an expert in JavaScript languages, including Angular and React. When Jesse isn’t busy running a software business, he enjoys skiing and cycling in his home state of Colorado. His other hobbies include spending time with his three kids and their dog, Sparkle.

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Let's talk Erlang and Elixir
Dec
4
6:00 PM18:00

Let's talk Erlang and Elixir

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Meetup schedule:

6:00 - 6:30 -- Beginner's track

• If you're newer to the ecosystem, or just want to brush up, come out early and learn programming in Erlang/Elixir (Bring your laptop)

6:30 - 7:00 -- Talk

7:00 - 8:00 -- Erlang/Elixir show and tell:

• Bring your project, show everyone what you've been up to

• Stuck on a problem, show the group

• Or just come out and share your experiences

Hope you can make it out!

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DenverScript
Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

DenverScript

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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Whats going on in JavaScript Land? (20min)

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript (https://twitter.com/denverscript).

Shorter Presentation(10 - 15min):

Retooling Amazon's Book Recommendation Algorithm -- Courtney Fay

Let's try to make a book recommender system that's better than Amazon's by exploring natural language processing APIs. Courtney is currently a web development student at General Assembly, and she taught middle school technology in Denver Public Schools last year.

Longer Presentation(20 - 30min):

Deconstructing TypeScript Enums - Doug Whitney

A look into how TypeScript implements the enum data structure in ES5, by exploring the compiled JavaScript.

Socialize:

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

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Node.js
Nov
16
6:30 PM18:30

Node.js

JWTs Suck (and Are Stupid)

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Talk: 

JWTs Suck (and Are Stupid) 

JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) are all the rage in the security world. They’re becoming more and more ubiquitous in web authentication libraries, and are commonly used to store a user’s identity information.

In this talk, Randall will explain why you shouldn't use JWTs, and why everyone who tells you to is wrong.

Speaker:

Randall Degges is the Head of Developer Advocacy at Okta, where he spends his time writing security software and educating developers on security best practices. In his free time, Randall works on open source software and builds API services.

Schedule:

6:30pm: Pizza, beer, networking  
7:00pm: Talk  
7:45pm: Questions 

Hope you all can make it out to this great talk. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out.

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DevOps
Nov
14
6:30 PM18:30

DevOps

From 6 Months Waterfall to 1h Code

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In 2011, 2 major releases were delivered on premise enterprise software. Market, technology and customer requirements forced the company’s change in order to remain competitive.

Now – in 2017 – Dynatrace is deploying and providing feature releases every 2 weeks for both on premise and SaaS-based offering. The company deploys 170 SaaS production changes per day and has a DevOps pipeline that allows the company to deploy a code change within 1h if necessary.

To increase quality, Dynatrace built and provides a DevOps pipeline that currently executes 31000 Unit & Integration Tests per Hour as well as 60h UI Tests per Build. The company’s application teams are responsible end-to-end for their features and use production monitoring to validate their deployments which allows them to find 93% of bugs in production before it impacts the end users.

In this session it is explained how this transformation worked from both “Top Down” as well as “Bottom Up” in the organization. A key component was the 4 people strong DevOps Team who developed and “sell” their DevOps Pipeline to the globally distributed application teams. This session will give insights into how the pipeline enables application teams to design, code, test and run a new feature for the user base.

This session will also talk about the “dark moments” as change is never without friction. Both internally as well as with customers who also had to get used to more rapid changes.

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Denver Erlang and Elixir
Nov
6
6:00 PM18:00

Denver Erlang and Elixir

Miranda and microservices and talking Elixir/Erlang

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Hey all,

Clark Hobbie is going to come out and talk about his Miranda microservices platform and it's inspiration from Erlang and libraries such as SubPub and Prospero.

You can find more information on Miranda here: https://miranda-messaging.com/

And as always, bring your questions, show off your project, etc.

Meetup schedule:

6:00 - 6:30 -- Beginner's track - Intro to List Comprehensions - Jeffrey Matthias

• If you're newer to the ecosystem, or just want to brush up, come out early and learn programming in Erlang/Elixir (Bring your laptop)

6:30 - 7:00 -- Talk

7:00 - 8:00 -- Erlang/Elixir show and tell:

• Bring your project, show everyone what you've been up to

• Stuck on a problem, show the group

• Or just come out and share your experiences

Hope you can make it out!

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Denver Microservices
Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

Denver Microservices

Reactive Asynchronous Messaging Systems 

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For our October meeting, we are excited to have Donald Lutz here to talk about Reactive Asynchronous Messaging Systems. 

6:00-6:30 pm: Networking and Food

6:30-6:40 pm: Announcements

6:40-8:00 pm: Reactive Asynchronous Messaging Systems

Reactive Asynchronous Messaging systems which are a set of architectural, design principles for building microservices that are well prepared to meet the increasing demands of availability, recoverability, and scalability using asynchronous messages. This is a discussion on functional principles, immutability and reactive systems such as Akka, Akka.NET, Kafka, proto.actor, Orleans, and Service Fabric and how they implement the Reactive principles.

About Donald Lutz:

Donald is the Director of Software Engineering at Peak10 + ViaWest, a hybrid cloud provider. An accomplished Director of Software Engineering and Solutions Architect with an enormous depth and breadth in Microsoft architecture as well as having over 20 years’ experience in designing and building large enterprise systems. Specializes in providing companies’ real-world cloud solutions implemented using Actors, ASP.NET Core and functional lanaguages to build integrated, orchestrated microservices using AWS, Azure and Docker. His thought leadership enables him to creatively and effectively drive business solutions through technology as well as technical teams. Technically, his evangelism and expertise with system architecture and programming ensures project success.

8:00 pm: Drinks/Socializing

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DenverScript
Oct
24
6:00 PM18:00

DenverScript

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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What's going on in JavaScript Land? (20 min) 

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript. 

Lightning talks(10 - 15min): JS and CSS Variables - Mike Frazier

Brief intro to CSS variables (custom properties) and how to change them using JavaScript.

Mike is a software engineer at ClickFox working with Angular2+. In a previous life, Mike was a chemist and teacher.


Chrome DevTools 101 - Guillermo Moratorio Let’s review what are some of the most useful features in Chrome 60, and also highlight some other helpful features from previous releases.

Guillermo has been working at Voalte, a medical communications startup for over 5 years in: project management, product management, and product release scheduling. He finally got tired of dancing around the technology and decided to dive in. He graduated from Galvanize in March, and returned to Voalte to join their Engineering team as a Software Developer.

Socialize:

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

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Node.js Denver
Oct
19
6:00 PM18:00

Node.js Denver

Building Real World Serverless Apps with Node, Webtask, and Vue. 

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Serverless applications are all the rage these days, but can they be used to build real world applications? Find out as we build an app that allows you to compare two items and let's the community vote on which is best. In this talk we’ll cover building serverless applications with Node.js and Webtask. We are going to build, secure, and expose a Node.js API and hook it into a front-end client that we will build with Vue.js.

You will learn: 

  • Why serverless is awesome 
  • How to build an awesome front-end client with Vue.js 
  • How to add dynamic functionality by building a serverless Express.js app with Webtask 
  • The importance of security and how to implement JSON Web Token authentication and security for your users and API 

(Bring your computer if you'd like to code along!) 

Speakers:

Chris Sevilleja, Scotch.io

Chris is the founder of web dev tutorial site, scotch.io. Taking complex topics and simplifying them to their core is his driving mission. He focuses on teaching web development topics and making real-world apps.

Ado Kukic, Auth0

Ado is a Developer Evangelist at Auth0. Mixing his passion of programming and education, he creates tutorials, courses, and other educational content focusing on security, authentication, and much more. On the front-end, he prefers Angular v2, while on the backend he flip-flops between Node.js and Golang.

Schedule: 

6:30 pm: Pizza, beer, networking 

7:00 pm: Talk 

7:45 pm: Questions 

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Angular in the Rocky Mountains
Oct
18
5:00 PM17:00

Angular in the Rocky Mountains

Angular HTTP Interceptors: There and Back Again 

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Doors: 5:00 pm 

Pizza + Networking: 5:30 pm 

Presentation: 6:00 pm 

The 4.3 release of Angular introduced a new HTTP client library and with it brought back a believed feature from Angular JS-interceptors. Interceptors in the Angular teams own words: "When your application makes a request, interceptors transform it before sending it to the server, and the interceptors can transform the response on its way back before your application sees it." In this talk, we will show you hot to create HTTP Interceptors with Angular 4.3+, use cases for the interceptors—in our case and probably the most common case; authentication and authorization, as well as additional best practices and tips and tricks using the new HttpClient library. 

Speaker Bio: Ado Kukic @kukicado

Ado is a full-stack developer and developer evangelist at Auth0. Mixing his passion of programming and education, he creates tutorials, courses, and other educational content focusing on security, authentication, and much more. On the front-end, he prefers Angular, while on the backend he flip-flops between Node.js and Golang.

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