After long weeks of hard work, we're excited to introduce you to our new series of monthly events. We call it The Monthly Dev 🌈
The Monthly Dev (TMD) is a series of online events brought to you by daily.dev. TMD is where we bring world-class speakers to empower the developers' community, once a month. Our events will cover hot topics that developers love such as:
- Web performance
- New libraries and frameworks
- Job interviews
- And more...
Here's a link to the first event.
We aim to bring world-class speakers to empower our developers' community. The events are open and entirely free.
Talk by David S. Price - Co-Founder at RedwoodJS
RedwoodJS is a full-stack, edge-ready framework built on React and GraphQL. Out of the box, it comes with code generators, first-class serverless deploy support, and tight integration between the frontend and backend. In this presentation, David will discuss the design and architecture choices that make Redwood so powerful. He'll then demo several features that highlight Redwood's delightful user experience. By the end, you'll have both the knowledge and inspiration to start your journey with Redwood.
Talk by Sam Saccone - Staff Software Engineer at Google
Technical interviews are fraught with ambiguity and unknowns, join Sam as he shares his learnings and recommendations on how to handle these unknowns and successfully tackle the tech interview process.
Talk by Ben Lesh - Software Engineer at Citadel & Author of RxJS
RxJS is one of the hottest libraries in web development today. We will walk through understanding reactive programming, the components of RxJS, common operators and Observables, and how to create an Observable from scratch.
The event will be live-streamed on January 26, 10 AM PST.
- Opening Remarks by Ido Shamun (Co-Founder, CTO at daily.dev)
- A RedwoodJS Getting Started Guide by David S. Price (Co-Founder at RedwoodJS)
- Navigating the Technical Interview by Sam Saccone (Staff Software Engineer at Google)
- RxJS & Reactive Programming Fundamentals by Ben Lesh (Software Engineer at Citadel & Author of RxJS)
- Cool surprise
The event will be held in English.
Here's the link again, in case you've missed it: