Abstract Have you ever found yourself completely lost in front of a yield statement? What is this? Where does my promise go? How come I get the result back?
I would then like to go into a step by step decomposition of redux-saga to understand how this wonderful library uses generators.
A bit about me I'm a full stack developer at Theodo UK, a web agency in central London. We help our clients to solve their business problems through code. Our clients range from young startups to large corporates. Twitter: @switcher7707
Abstract Pizza Hut website is powered by a system of 20+ microservices, all docker-ised and running in AWS. What challenges did we meet while writing it? How do you maintain, develop for, and test a system with extremely high availability on such a scale? It's a bit like juggling twenty fragile glass balls while riding a bicycle. Nevertheless, it's a surprisingly reliable way of delivering the best user experience, and pizza, to our users.
More info I'll introduce our (complex) infrastructure and will talk a bit more about challenges we have faced and how we solved them.
About me I'm a software engineer at Pizza Hut (contractor), speaker, node and react developer. Previously worked at Red Badger and Time Out. I recently spoke at JeffConf, React London 2017, several meetups. Twitter handler: @lithinn
Abstract Huncwot is an opinionated & minimal Node.js (yet another) web framework, slightly inspired by Clojure and built for ES6/7 era with « batteries included » approach. It tries to formalize conventions and eliminate choices by providing solid defaults for building web applications that increase the programmers productivity. In this talk we'll explore how to build an application with Huncwot, what it brings to the table and how to make (web) programming more approachable, especially to non-programmers.