This week I've attended the Codecon technology event at Joinville/SC/Brazil as collaborator and made the most of it. It was pretty hard to choose which talks I was going to attend as there were two tracks with awesome speakers.
Below I'll briefly tell how were the ones I've participated.
● DevOps Culture Transformation
By Linuxmen (@linuxmen)
Christiano Linuxmen talked about how DevOps is actually about people and not tools. DevOps isn't a manifest like Agile and DevSecOps and it should be embedded in the developer culture.
● The Houdini's Magic World
By Fernanda Bernardo (@fembernardo)
Fernanda presented Houdini, a very interesting set of low-level APIs that give developers the power to extend CSS by hooking into the styling and layout process of a browser. She also talked about Worklets, Masonary and how they work.
● Why we've adopted VueJS
By Rafaela Machado
The low learning's curve from VueJS was the main point why Rafaela chose VueJS at Operand's company. She also talked about the benefits of having a single file component, render functions and some adaptation to reactivity on web pages.
By Fernando Daciuk (@fdaciuk)
● GatsbyJS and your project live in minutes
By Caroline Soares
Carol showed how we don't have excuses anymore to have a blog and how GatsbyJS helps to set it up in a easy and fast way.
● Organizing projects in React
Matheus Catiglioni (@mahenrique94)
Matheus showed a nice way to organize a React project by Features using container and dumb components, folders for tests, atomic design, symbolic paths and profiles structure.
● Which challenges we've faced while implementing SCRUM
By Tadeu Bonatti
Tadeu revealed some difficulties that ProJuris encountered while applying SCRUM in their dev teams. He showed a troubleshooting for each SCRUM step and summed all up into encouraging and engaging people and giving value to the methodology as there isn't a perfect one.
● Finding balance in DDD while your application grows
By Caroline Karklis (@carolkarklis)
Carol has given a great talk about Domain-Driven Design and has explained and illustrated several concepts like Ubiquitous Language, Design Stamina Hypothesis, Chrun x Complex and Strategic Modeling.
● The History of a Dinosaur
By Maujor (@maujor)
Maujor is a 75-year-old developer that inspires the audience by sharing its experience while learning web development after its 56 years. It's never late to learn.
Codecon was an awesome opportunity. Thanks Gabriel!
Ágora Tech Park - Joinville - Santa Catarina - Brazil
31th August 2019
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