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2021/10/15 12:00

React Brussels By BeJS

https://www.react.brussels/

The BeJS Team is happy to announce its first international conference: React Brussels by BeJS. The first react conference in the heart of Europe. For this first Edition of the conference we are going to have speakers from all around the world. From emerging developers working on the next Big thing in the React ecosystem to rock star developers that speak at hundreds of conferences we're going to bring you the best of React and its ecosystem.

Our conferences can happen and are possible only because of the huge work that is provided by the open source community. That is why we decided to donate 10% of the profits of this event to the community. According to the amount: the donation will be done to one or few projects that will be selected by the speakers and our community partners

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React Brussels By BeJS
2021/09/16 18:15

BeJS#SpecialEdition: JavaScript for Beginners (ONLINE)

It's been almost two years that our community is thriving through Belgium. During this time, we had a lot of different talks, coding competitions and events that were dedicated to JavaScript and it's ecosystem. All of our events previously were targetting experienced and beginner developers but we were not attracting new people to the JavaScript world. This special edition is going to fix that! The BeJS team is happy to announce that we're partnering with Le Wagon Brussels for our first workshop: JavaScript For Beginners!

Workshop name: JavaScript for Beginners

Workshop description:
Discover JavaScript - one of the most popular programming language
Let's go through JavaScript core notions together. This programming language is very popular. It's been used by all web browsers for more than 15 years and every web developer will code some JS during his career. In addition to that, lots of cool JS frameworks were built recently, like React.js from Facebook.

What you will learn:

History and background
Variables & Types
Conditions
Loops
Functions
Objects
DOM
jQuery
AJAX

Our partner for this event, Le Wagon, is Europe's leading coding school for entrepreneurs and creative people. They are now present in 41 cities worldwide, with over 130 startups and 10,000+ alumni. Le Wagon teaches students to develop web applications from scratch or to give them the skills to enter a data science team. Their cutting-edge curriculum and world-class teachers give students all the skills and tools needed to kick-start their tech career, land a job as software developers, product managers, data scientists, data analysts or launch their own startup.

If you'd like to hear more about them, reach out to Pascaline, Brussels city Driver at [masked]

This event is going to happen live (yeah yeah, not online... live!) so the places are very limited. Subscribe only if you're going to attend!

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BeJS#SpecialEdition: JavaScript for Beginners (ONLINE)
2021/07/07 18:45

BeJS#15: How to build a car sharing platform in NodeJS

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#15 where our friend Thibaut Nguyen (CTO of Poppy) will show us: "How to build a car sharing platform with NodeJS".
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/teebot
- Website: https://poppy.be/fr

Talk name: How to build a car sharing platform in NodeJS

Talk Abstract: Poppy is the mobility sharing platform in Antwerp and Brussels with hundreds of environmentally friendly sharing cars and e-steps.

Poppy Mobility's Engineering Team learned a thing or two about how to migrate from a turnkey solution to their own software. The talk will focus on a few specific implementation details that helped the team deliver a performant and reliable experience to their user. We'll discuss API design with Fastify, frontend implementations in React Native, IOT and geographic data.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is 120 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#15: How to build a car sharing platform in NodeJS
2021/06/16 18:45

BeJS#14: Latest developments in Expo and React Native

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#14 where our friend Evan Bacon will be talking about "Latest developments in Expo and React Native".
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/Baconbrix
- Github: https://github.com/evanbacon
- Website: https://evanbacon.dev/

Talk name: Latest developments in Expo and React Native

Talk Abstract: Evan will talk about the latest innovations in cross platform React development from Expo. With a focus on how to apply your current understanding of React to build native apps.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is 120 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#14: Latest developments in Expo and React Native
2021/05/05 18:45

BeJS#13: Securing Node.js APIs with Decentralised Identity Tokens

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#13 where our friend Mohamed Shahbaz Alam will be talking about "Securing Node.js APIs with Decentralised Identity Tokens". Shahbaz is a full stack developer and open source enthusiast, Developer Advocate @ Magic Labs, GDG Ranchi Organizer, and Mozilla Representative. He loves teaching and sharing his learnings at conferences and meetups related to Serverless, Authentication and Authorization, Google Technologies, Security, Web Extensions, SPAs, PWAs and VR/AR/XR.
- GitHub: https://github.com/shahbaz17
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/mdsbzalam
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mdsbzalam
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mdsbzalam
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mdsbzalam
- Dev.to: https://dev.to/shahbaz17
- Medium: https://medium.com/@mdsbzalam

Talk name: Securing Node.js APIs with Decentralised Identity Tokens

Talk Abstract: Authentication and Authorization are serious problems. We often dedicate a lot of time to craft powerful APIs but overlook proper security measures. Let's solve it with Magic using a key-based identity solution built on top of DID standard, where users’ identities are self-sovereign by leveraging blockchain public-private key pairs.

In this talk, we’ll look at proper ways to secure our Node.js APIs with Decentralised Identity Tokens. We’ll go from learning what Decentralised Identity standards are, how the users’ identities are self-sovereign by leveraging blockchain public-private key pairs, why they’re the future of API security, and to put theory into practice we will build a real-world implementation using Node.js where I’ll show common best practices.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is 120 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#13: Securing Node.js APIs with Decentralised Identity Tokens
2021/04/07 18:45

BeJS#12: Build Fullstack Apps in Record Time with Blitz.js

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#12 where our friend Brandon bayer will be presenting one of the newest and hottest frameworks out there. Brandon is the creator and full-time maintainer of Blitz.js. He's passionate about making fullstack development simple and fun. Outside of work he loves aviation, including flying real airplanes and RC helicopters..
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/flybayer
- Blitz.js: https://blitzjs.com/

Talk name: Build Fullstack Apps in Record Time with Blitz.js

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is 120 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#12: Build Fullstack Apps in Record Time with Blitz.js
2021/02/24 18:45

BeJS#11: Lumberjack's extensible architecture and cross-version Angular comp.

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#11 where our friend Lars Gyrup Brink Nielsen will be speaking. Lars is a Tech Writer, Tech Speaker, OSS Contributor, Microsoft MVP. He also works as Frontend Architect at Systemate A/S.
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/LayZeeDK
- GitHub: https://github.com/LayZeeDK
- Blog: https://dev.to/layzee

Talk name: Lumberjack's extensible architecture and cross-version Angular compatibility

Talk description: Lumberjack is a versatile and extensible logging library for Angular. Its plugin-based architecture and cross-version compatibility with Angular and TypeScript enables features to be released across many versions of Angular and many log driver plugins from a single codebase. We use the builder pattern to compose log objects and provide low level building blocks as well as opinionated means for structuring Angular application logs.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is 120 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#11: Lumberjack's extensible architecture and cross-version Angular comp.
2021/01/27 19:00

BeJS#10: Coding game with Roboton.io

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#10 where we will have a coding competition. For those of you who attended BeJS#3, you probably already know Roboton.io: The platform we used for our race car coding competition. We are happy to have Karel on stage again for this new edition and new game: Virtual Sumo! yes you read that right! we're going to challenge your abilities in coding the toughest and strongest sumo fighter :) Join us on the 27th of January for the competition.

BeJS#10: Coding competition with Roboton.io
Website: https://roboton.io/

VERY IMPORTANT: Since this edition will be a coding competition the capacity is very limited! We will have a maximum of 16 teams (you can create a team with your friends, and code together, it's not an issue :))

DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO THIS EVENT UNLESS YOU'RE 100% SURE YOU'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO ATTEND!!!

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#10: Coding game with Roboton.io
2020/12/27 18:45

BeJS#10: Coding game with Roboton.io

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#10 where we will have a coding competition. For those of you who attended BeJS#3, you probably already know Roboton.io: The platform we used for our race car coding competition. We are happy to have Karel on stage again for this new edition and new game: Virtual Sumo! yes you read that right! we're going to challenge your abilities in coding the toughest and strongest sumo fighter :) Join us on the 27th of January for the competition.

BeJS#10: Coding competition with Roboton.io
Website: https://roboton.io/

VERY IMPORTANT: Since this edition will be a coding competition the capacity is very limited! We will have a maximum of 16 teams (you can create a team with your friends, and code together, it's not an issue :))

DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO THIS EVENT UNLESS YOU'RE 100% SURE YOU'RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO ATTEND!!!

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#10: Coding game with Roboton.io
2020/12/16 19:00

BeJS#9: The Operating System of You

The BeJS Team, in Collaboration with Huxley is happy to announce BeJS#9 where our friend Swyx will be speaking. Swyx is an Infinite Builder passionate about Developer Tooling and Developer Communities. He currently works as a Senior Developer Advocate for AWS Amplify and recently published the Coding Career Handbook for Junior to Senior developer careers. In his free time he teaches React, TypeScript, Storybook and Node.js CLI's at Egghead.io, and helps run the Svelte Society community of meetups.

Talk name: The Operating System of You

Talk description: Developers are mostly humans that run the same "hardware". Therefore most performance differences, especially the ones we can control, are down to our "OS" - our conscious prioritization and processing - and "firmware" - our unconscious personality and reactions. What can we do to better take care of our "hardware", and what does running better "software" look like?

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is 120 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#9: The Operating System of You
2020/11/25 18:45

BeJS#8: Composition API: a quick overVue By Natalia Tepluhina

The BeJS Team is happy to announce BeJS#8 where our friend Natalia Tepluhina will be speaking. Natalia Tepluhina is a Vue.js core team member and a Staff Frontend Engineer at GitLab. She is a conference speaker and author of articles on different topics related to Vue.js . Thanks to these activities Natalia has got a title of Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies.

Talk name: Composition API: a quick overVue

Talk description: Vue 3 brings us a new feature: composition API, a new way of declaring component logic using function calls

In this talk I will explain why we decided to have a new API in Vue 3, how to use composition functions and in which cases they are better than 'usual' object syntax.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is 100 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected
- Do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us at: [masked]

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BeJS#8: Composition API: a quick overVue By Natalia Tepluhina
2020/07/29 18:45

BeJS #7 : Rapidly, Rapidly Prototyping / Art of code (project presentation)

Exceptionally this meetup will be hosted online due to the COVID-19 situation.

B2A solutions and Huxley are glad to announce our next meetup, BeJS#7. This meetup will be a special one as we will have a Project Presentation by a Team of very motivated students, and a talk from the amazing Nader dabit (Author, web and mobile developer, and Senior Developer Advocate at AWS. https://twitter.com/dabit3) :
- Rapidly, Rapidly Prototyping By Nader Dabit (AWS)
- Art of code: Project presentation

The Agenda of the meetup :
18:45 => Rapidly Rapidly Prototyping: As developer talent continues to become more expensive, it becomes harder for startups to compete without either:
1. Massive investment
2. Hyperfocus on developer velocity/efficiency

Modern Serverless technology is lowering the barrier to entry & making #2 more accessible, with a renewed focus on trying to enable front end developers to leverage their existing skillset to build real-world full-stack applications.

Developers, companies, and teams that recognize this will have a large step ahead of their competitors and out of the gate be ahead of the curve when variance in opportunity costs begin to be apparent in the product or service the team is building.

The exciting thing that happened in this space is the evolution of tooling which is focused on making this happen and making it easier. In this talk, Nader will talk about some of the tools available today in this space, then dive deep into the tooling that his team at AWS is building. He will then demo how to build a few types of scalable back ends in a live coding session.

19:30 => Art Of Code: An intelligent developer's assistant that revolutionizes code quality control. It is intended for the whole developer community and allows a global control of the visual, performance, quality, and security of a code before it is put into production. It focuses on a single language, Javascript, so that problems can be dealt with in-depth. Developers will be able to get feedback directly into their IDE and access detailed documentation without leaving it.

=> this project is being developed by an amazing team of 8 developers in their last year of computer sciences school. This is their end-of-study master project and they’ve been working on it for almost 2 years so be sure to be there to support them.

Links: https://artofcode.eu / https://gitlab.com/art_of_code.

Wallaby is supporting the BeJS community. Wallaby creates awesome software developer productivity tools (https://wallabyjs.com and https://quokkajs.com) and they are offering free licenses to a few lucky participants of the next meetup.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is: 100 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup (This will be changed with another way later this year)
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected this time (Only people who RSVPed yes will get the password )
- do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- Do not hesitate to share this event on social networks as this will help give more visibility to our community and also to the amazing project presented by these students :)
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us on: [masked]

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BeJS #7 : Rapidly, Rapidly Prototyping / Art of code (project presentation)
2020/06/17 18:45

BeJS #6 : Javascript meetup in Brussels (Online)

Exceptionally this meetup will be hosted online due to the COVID-19 situation.

B2A solutions and Huxley are glad to announce that we will have Maël, as the next speaker to our online meetup. Maël has led Yarn's development for the past three years. First at Facebook, now at Datadog, he's part of the JavaScript infrastructure team in charge of building great tools to support product teams across the company.

https://twitter.com/arcanis

The Agenda of the meetup :
18:45 => How Yarn 2 will improve your workflows: Managing a JavaScript project isn’t always easy. You need to be careful about keeping your dependencies up-to-date, make your installs fast enough that they don’t slow down your CI, ensure that pull requests don’t accidentally add dependencies you wouldn’t want, setup the right versioning to only release what actually changed… that’s a lot of things to be aware of, and finding how to achieve those goals isn’t always easy.

Fortunately, Yarn can help you! In fact, a lot of those stories can be solved by using old or new features. Whether you’re using Yarn Classic or the more recent Yarn 2, you’ll leave this talk with a better understanding of how you could spend less time doing package manager maintenance, and more time working on what you actually enjoy - your product.

This talk will be followed by a Q&A session - prepare your questions to ask Maël, the lead of the Yarn project! Curious about Yarn 2? Wondering what it’ll mean for Yarn 1? Wondering what’s the big killer feature in Yarn? Fire them off!

Wallaby is supporting the BeJS community. Wallaby creates awesome software developer productivity tools (https://wallabyjs.com and https://quokkajs.com) and they are offering free licenses to a few lucky participants of the next meetup.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is : 100 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup (This will be changed with another way later this year)
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected this time (Only people who RSVPed yes will get the password )
- do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- In order to have more protection against spammers: Please use the same name that you have on meetup to connect to the meeting. Only people that will be in the RSVP list of the meetup event will be admitted to the meeting.

- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose, or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us on: [masked]

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BeJS #6 : Javascript meetup in Brussels (Online)
2020/04/29 18:45

BeJS #5 : Javascript meetup in Brussels (Online)

Exceptionally this meetup will be hosted online due to the COVID-19 situation.

We are glad to announce that we will have Max Stoiber, as the next speaker to our online meetup. Max is a Staff Software Engineer at Gatsby, previously at GitHub who acquired his startup Spectrum

https://twitter.com/mxstbr
https://mxstbr.com
https://github.com/mxstbr

The Agenda of the meetup :
19:00 => The past, present and future of CSS-in-JS : Where did CSS-in-JS come from, where has it gone since those humble beginnings and where will it go in the future?

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is : 100 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup (This will be changed with another way later this year)
- The Zoom meeting will be password protected this time (Only people who RSVPed yes will get the password )
- do not share the password or the link of the meetup on social networks. if you want to invite someone ask them to rsvp on the meetup event.
- In order to have more protection against spammers : Please use the same name that you have on meetup to connect to the meeting. Only people that will be in the RSVP list of the meetup event will be admitted to the meeting.

- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us on : [masked]

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BeJS #5 : Javascript meetup in Brussels (Online)
2020/04/08 19:00

BeJS #4 : Javascript meetup in Brussels (Online)

Exceptionally this meetup will be hosted online due to the COVID-19 situation.

The Agenda of the meetup :
19:00 => Open Source Knowledge : We all believe in the power of open source for code. But when we open source our knowledge, we can get the same benefits and it will last longer than any line of code that we will ever write.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Since this meetup is hosted online, the capacity is : 100 people.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup (This will be changed with another way later this year)

- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us on : [masked]

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BeJS #4 : Javascript meetup in Brussels (Online)
2020/03/04 18:30

BeJS #3 : Javascript meetup in Brussels

B2A solutions and Huxley associates are happy to invite you for the third edition of BeJS meetup (javascript meetup) in the heart of Brussels.

This meetup will be a coding competition using the platform Roboton

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Our meetups have a limited capacity of 50 persons.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup (This will be changed with another way later this year)
- Members of the community who RSVP and then don't show up three times will be removed from the group. ( As we have limited capacity we would like to avoid people not being able to attend because others RSVPed yes and did not show up... If you're not coming please RSVP no so that people in the waiting list can attend)
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us on : [masked]

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BeJS #3 : Javascript meetup in Brussels
2020/01/29 18:30

BeJS #2 : Javascript meetup in Brussels

B2A solutions and Huxley associates are happy to invite you for the second edition of BeJS meetup (javascript meetup) in the heart of Brussels.

Agenda :
=> 18:30 : Meets And greets
Meet and get to know other javascript enthusiasts. Share, discover, collaborate and enjoy each others company. Snack and Drinks will be provided.

=> 19:15 : Implementing powerful offline experiences with Workbox (45 min) presented by Sam Vloeberghs

Implementing offline functionality has been a challenge in the past. Very different technologies enabled offline capabilities in the browser, but with the rise of service worker support the game has changed. Workbox by Google is built with the goal to make developing Progressive Web Apps and offline behaviour using service workers easy.

In this talk we will first go through some short history of offline technologies. Next we will explore the functionalities of Workbox that allow us to create PWA and more specifically powerful offline experiences for our applications.

In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :

- Our meetups have a limited capacity of 50 persons.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup (This will be changed with another way later this year)
- Members of the community who RSVP and then don't show up three times will be removed from the group. ( As we have limited capacity we would like to avoid people not being able to attend because others RSVPed yes and did not show up... If you're not coming please RSVP no so that people in the waiting list can attend)
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us on : [masked]

Also we saw that you were a bit lazy and did not give a lot of feedback on the last event so please feel free to review the event of November here : https://www.bejs.io/review/
This will help us improve and provide you with the best experience possible.

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BeJS #2 : Javascript meetup in Brussels
2019/11/27 18:30

BeJS #1 : Javascript meetup in Brussels

Confrimed Agenda :

18:30 => Networking
19:00 => Talk#1 : Fullstack application with Nx, NestJS and Angular
19:45 => Talk#2 : You might consider micro-frontends

B2A solutions and Huxley associates are happy to invite you for the first BeJS meetup (javascript meetup) in the heart of Brussels. For this meetup we will have two talks of about 20/30 minutes each and 1 coding game so bring your laptops with you. Applications for giving a talk are open, so if you have an idea for a talk or something that you want to share with fellow Javascript enthusiasts, you can do so by applying here : https://www.bejs.io/call-for-papers

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BeJS #1 : Javascript meetup in Brussels