LNUG is run and organised by London developers. Our commitment is to represent London's diverse community, to welcome the wider global node.js community to our busy city, and to provide a platform for node.js developers - local rising stars, newbies and experts alike - to share their expertise, to network, and spark new ideas and opportunities.
LNUG Meetup #101 : Svelte for Node.js developers (and more)
🗓 Tuesday, 24 October 2023
🏢 Makers Academy 5 - 25 Scrutton Street, London.EC2A 4HJ
Learn the platform with svelte
Paolo Ricciuti (@paoloricciuti )
Svelte is a frontend framework but despite that thanks to svelte-kit and the general philosophy behind svelte it's a great tool to get started in web dev because while learning svelte you can easily learn how the web platform works, and now with svelte-kit you can learn node too!
I'm Paolo Ricciuti, i work as a full stack developer at Main matter and I'm a svelte lover (and also an official svelte ambassador).
WebRTC: Why Art Thou Such A PITA?
Sean M. Tracey (@seanmtracey )
The history and status of WebRTC, how it's still terribly unwieldy for people to get started with - even after a decade since it's release, and how we can use Node.js to build P2P applications at scale with a little bit of prodding.
@seanmtracey, Developer Relations Manager at Moneyhub; CTO of KadVR.
This event's hosts: Makers Academy
5 - 25 Scrutton Street, London.EC2A 4HJ
At Makers, we are creating a new generation of tech talent who are skilled and ready for the changing world of work. We are inspired by the idea of discovering and unlocking potential in people for the benefit of 21st century business and society.
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