June 18-19, 2020 4pm-9pm CEST

THE BIGGEST JAVASCRIPT CONFERENCE IN THE CLOUD

  • 2
    Days
    General + Backend & Testing
  • 25+
    Speakers
    Sharing latest insights
  • 25K+
    JS DEVS
    From all over the globe

CORE LIBRARY AUTHORS.
HANDS-ON LEARNING.
THE FUTURE OF JS.

Want to know the future of the JavaScript ecosystem and get connected to the stellar crowd? Attend a 2-day conference on all things JavaScript, gathering international software engineers in the cloud. To help you stay up-to-date on the latest JS tech, we're coming back with a new remote gig on June 18-19, 2020.

Next to the main JavaScript conference talks delivered by well-known pros, be prepared for an awesome MC and a number of virtual networking rooms focusing on tech topics, interactive entertainment, and engaging challenges for all participants.

This year, we'll have authors and core teams of:

  • Webpack

  • Node.js

  • Angular

  • Vue.js

  • TypeScript

  • Styled Components

  • Gatsby

  • AWS

  • React Boilerplate

  • Cypress

  • AlpineJS

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Features

TOP JS SPEAKERS

Talks & QA sessions (Full HD for full tickets)

NET-WORKING

Live chat rooms where you can make new friends (full ticket only)

REMOTE, SAFE YET FUN

Afterparty with Zoom bars and a QuakeJS tournament (full ticket only)

Speakers & Instructors

John Papa
20:50 June 18
From Code to Scale! Build a Static Web App in Minutes
John Papa
Microsoft, USA

John is a professional Web and Mobile Developer, avid OSS and community advocate, dedicated father and husband. He is currently a Developer Advocate for Microsoft and has formerly worked for Disney on several web and mobile applications that you may have used. John is the author of various OSS such as Peacock, the Angular Style Guide, and many popular courses. You can listen to him on the popular weekly podcast Real Talk JavaScript.

Natalia Tepluhina
VueJS
16:10 June 19
Composition API: a Quick overVue
Natalia Tepluhina
GitLab, Ukraine

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.

Caleb Porzio
AlpineJS
17:40 June 19
Say No To Complexity With AlpineJS
Caleb Porzio
Creator of AlpineJS & LaravelLivewire , USA

Co-Host of @noplanstomerge podcast | Creator of LaravelLivewire & AlpineJS

Tejas Kumar
Tejas Kumar
Contiamo, Germany

Tejas enjoys people, code, and talking about code to people. Having begun coding at age 8, today Tejas travels around the world, encouraging, educating and empowering developers in the web development community.

Tobias Koppers
Ecosystem
18:20 June 18
Module Federation in Webpack 5
Tobias Koppers
Webpack, Germany

Creator of webpack. Working full time on Open Source. Father of two children. Likes to play board games.

Minko Gechev
Angular
18:15 June 19
The State of Angular
Minko Gechev
Google, USA

Minko Gechev is a senior engineer at Google, where he develops tools for the Angular framework. Before joining Google, he was a technical co-founder and the CTO of Rhyme.com, which in 2019 got acquired by Coursera.

The President of the Republic of Bulgaria awarded Minko for his software projects with a high social impact and with a diploma for contributions to the areas of computer science and software engineering.

In 2019 Forbes Bulgaria included Minko Gechev in their selection "30 under 30" in category Science and Technology.

Naomi Meyer
I18N
19:05 June 19
Emoji Encoding, � Unicode, & Internationalization
Naomi Meyer
Adobe, USA

Naomi is a Software Development Engineer at Adobe on the Globalization, Core Services team where she works on the internationalization and localization of Creative Cloud and Document Cloud products. Before writing JavaScript full time, Naomi worked as a teacher across Asia and West Africa. She enjoys weekends outside - hiking, camping, and riding bikes.

Nader Dabit
GraphQL
16:50 June 18
Transforming GraphQL – Infrastructure as Code for Front End Developers
Nader Dabit
Amazon AWS, USA

Nader has been developing with React Native for over 2.5 years. He has worked with and trained developers from fortune 500 companies like Amazon, Visa, American Express, and Microsoft, helping them to get up to speed with React Native as quickly as possible.

Orta Therox
TypeScript
16:45 June 19
How Does the TypeScript Team Try to Avoid Negative Effects on the JS Ecosystem
Orta Therox
Microsoft, USA

TypeScript compiler team at Microsoft. For the last decade has worked on large-scale open source projects across the native and JavaScript ecosystem.

Max Stoiber
React
Max Stoiber
Gatsby, Austria

Max Stoiber is a Staff Software Engineer at Gatsby, inventing the future of web development. Previously he worked at GitHub, who acquired the startup he co-founded, Spectrum. He is well known for making styled-components, react-boilerplate, and a wide variety of other open source projects in the React ecosystem.

Matteo Collina
NodeJS
17:45 June 18
1, 2, 3... Fastify!
Matteo Collina
NearForm, Italy

Node.js TSC member, PhD, Technical Director @ NearForm, IoT Expert, Consultant, author of Pino and Fastify. Co-author of the book "Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition" edited by Packt.

Jen Looper
AI/ML
20:15 June 18
PoseDance: Build a TikTok Trainer
Jen Looper
Microsoft, USA

Jen is a Google Developer Expert and a Cloud Developer Advocate Lead at Microsoft with over 20 years' experience as a web and mobile developer, specializing in creating cross-platform mobile apps. Jen is a multilingual multiculturalist with a passion for hardware hacking, mobile apps, Vue.js, machine learning and discovering new things every day. I'm also the founder and CEO of Front-End Foxes, an international initiative and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit created to help women learn front-end technologies.

Gleb Bahmutov
Testing
16:15 June 18
I See What is Going on: Visual Testing for Your Components
Gleb Bahmutov
Cypress, USA

Cypress.io VP of engineering.

Gleb Bahmutov is JavaScript ninja, image processing expert and software quality fanatic. During the day Gleb is making the web a better place as VP of Engineering at Cypress.io. At night he is fighting software bugs and blogs about it at glebbahmutov.com/blog.

Eleftheria Batsou
Career
Lightning Talk 19:10 June 18
When You Think There Is No Time for Learning or Coding
Eleftheria Batsou
MKI Hellas, Greece

App Developer | UX/UI Designer | Public Speaker | Content Creator.

Eleftheria loves using technology-based solutions to help solve real world challenges. She likes learning and sharing her knowledge about web development/design and visual arts.

Paul Henschel
3D
19:40 June 19
Making Games in React
Paul Henschel
oss. founded paranoidandroid, react-spring, react-three-fiber, react-use-gesture, zustand, Switzerland

Front-end developer. Currently living in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Founder of Luxundlaune, a photography platform in Germany, Paranoidandroid, a custom rom for Android and several open source projects including react-spring, react-three-fiber, react-use-gesture, zustand.

Shedrack Akintayo
Lightning Talk 19:10 June 18
Javascript Tooling - The Evolution and Future of JS & Front-end Build Tools
Shedrack Akintayo
Software Developer, Developer Advocate, Technical Writer, Nigeria

Shedrack is a Developer Advocate and Technical Writer from Lagos, Nigeria. He loves community building, open source, and a has knack for improving developer experience of developer focused products.

Laura Silvanavičiūtė
Lightning Talk 20:15 June 19
What Does The Angular Say? 🦊
Laura Silvanavičiūtė
Swedbank, Lithuania

Laura is a software engineer obsessed with front-end development. She is also teaching teenagers about Web Technologies. 2 years ago Laura was on the Dark side - developing with COBOL programming language on Mainframe supercomputers! Due to slow evolvement and limitations of used technologies, she decided to shift them pretty drastically. Laura believes we shouldn't stick to any specific technology in this rapidly evolving IT World, but try and use various different ones instead. Every new experience increases our creativity, knowledge, curiosity and expands mindset. Her latest discovery was music programming, and she wants to share it with us!

Matt McClure
Lightning Talk 20:15 June 19
Going Live from a Browser...with Another Browser
Matt McClure
Head of Technology & Community @MUX, USA

Matthew is an internet video nerd. He's the co-founder and Head of Technology & Community at Mux, a startup building online video infrastructure for developers, a core-contributor to Video.js, the biggest HTML5 video framework, and the organizer of Demuxed, the largest video-focused dev conference/community in the world.

Tanmai Gopal
Lightning Talk 19:10 June 18
Using Remote Joins to Create a Unified GraphQL API for Your Company
Tanmai Gopal
Hasura, India

Tanmai Gopal is the CEO, co-founder of Hasura. He is a StackOverflow powered fullstack developer whose areas of interest and work span React, GraphQL, Nodejs, Haskell, Docker, Postgres & Kubernetes. He is passionate about making it easy to build complex things and is the instructor of India's largest MOOC imad.tech with over 250,000 students.

Pablo Postigo
Lightning Talk 19:10 June 18
Building React frontends for WordPress
Pablo Postigo
CEO & Co-Founder @Frontity, Spain

Software Engineer, entrepreneur and foodie. Born and raised in Madrid, Spain. Pablo and his team are on a mission to make building delightful user experiences universally accessible. He founded Frontity in 2015, has raised 1.5M€ in funding and since June 2019, Frontity became a 100% open-source project after releasing their framework for building lighting sites using React and WordPress.

 Tyler Hannan
Lightning Talk 20:15 June 19
When Worlds Collide: Frontend vs Database
Tyler Hannan
VP of Product & Community @Fauna, Netherlands

Tyler is the former Director of Community at Elastic and Director of Marketing at Basho. He looks after product management and community and brings two decades of experience in databases, distributed systems, and developer advocacy.

Bramus Van Damme
Lightning Talk 20:15 June 19
ESNext: Proposals To Look Forward To
Bramus Van Damme
3RDS, Belgium

Bramus Van Damme is a developer from Belgium. From the moment he discovered view-source at the age of 14 (way back in 1997), he fell in love with the web and has been tinkering with it ever since.

With his company 3RDS he works as a freelance developer, tackling both the frontend (HTML, CSS, JS) and the backend (PHP, MySQL). His current focus is on JavaScript, React and React Native. Not limiting himself to only part of the stack, he also knows his way around supporting technologies (HTTPS, DNS, Docker, Serverless, …)

Before launching 3RDS, Bramus worked at several web agencies in various frontend en backend roles. For seven years he also was a Lecturer Web & Mobile within the study programme Professional Bachelor ICT.

In his spare time Bramus likes to go Scuba Diving.

Vadym Kukhtin
Vadym Kukhtin
Senior Frontend Developer @Delivery Hero, Germany

Passionate about improving testing practices and supporting projects to improve its quality.

Devesh Jadon
Devesh Jadon
Frontend Engineer @Delivery Hero, Germany

Passionate about simplifying complex solutions.

Advice Lounge

Max Stoiber
CSS-in-JS, React
Max Stoiber
Gatsby
Max Stoiber is a Staff Software Engineer at Gatsby, inventing the future of web development. Previously he worked at GitHub, who acquired the startup he co-founded, Spectrum. He is well known for making styled-components, react-boilerplate, and a wide variety of other open source projects in the React ecosystem.
Catalin Pit
Career Building Tips
Catalin Pit
I come from an accounting & banking background, and also worked in construction. I then pursued a CS degree, which I finished. Now I work as a Fullstack Developer.
Natalia Tepluhina
Vue
Natalia Tepluhina
GitLab
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.
Matteo Collina
Node.js
Matteo Collina
NearForm
Node.js TSC member, PhD, Technical Director @ NearForm, IoT Expert, Consultant, author of Pino and Fastify. Co-author of the book "Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition" edited by Packt.
Paul Henschel
3D react-three-fiber
Paul Henschel
oss. founded paranoidandroid, react-spring, react-three-fiber, react-use-gesture, zustand
Front-end developer. Currently living in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Founder of Luxundlaune, a photography platform in Germany, Paranoidandroid, a custom rom for Android and several open source projects including react-spring, react-three-fiber, react-use-gesture, zustand.
Gleb Bahmutov
Testing
Gleb Bahmutov
Cypress
Cypress.io VP of engineering. Gleb Bahmutov is JavaScript ninja, image processing expert and software quality fanatic. During the day Gleb is making the web a better place as VP of Engineering at Cypress.io. At night he is fighting software bugs and blogs about it at glebbahmutov.com/blog.

Our MC's

Bruce Lawson
Bruce Lawson
Freelance web standards & accessibility consultant, UK

Bruce Lawson is freelance web standards and accessibility consultant. He was co-editor of the HTML5.3 specification, one of the inventors of the element, and was on the committee that drafted the British Standard for commissioning accessible websites. He co-wrote 'Introducing HTML5'. He's previously been deputy CTO of Opera browsers, front-end lead for a large UK legal organisation, a Fortran and mainframe programmer as well as a Bollywood movie extra, a musician, a tarot card reader, tutor to a Thai princess and actor.

Mettin Parzinski
Mettin Parzinski
Passionate People, Netherlands

A frontend developer that started out writing ActionScript, did jQuery and thus has all sorts of knowledge on deprecated stuff. Currently consulting at med-tech startup Aidence to help them detect early-stage lung cancer, using React and ML. Part of a frontend development couple that produced a kid.

Floor Drees
Floor Drees
Microsoft, Netherlands

Floor studied design, worked in advertising, then worked with a bunch of start-ups in product and community roles, learned how to program (Ruby), (co)organized countless tech conferences, meetups and workshops, ran a co-working space and start-up accelerator in Vienna, before moving back to the Netherlands and getting back into developer relations.

Chris Waniala
Chris Waniala
Few&Far, UK

Chris is an experienced Talent Consultant within the web engineering team at Few&Far. Few&Far has worked with over 400 businesses like Babylon, JustEat, Tesco, Transferwise, Typeform, and WorldRemit, helping them fill engineering roles around the world. As a part of the React Advanced London community, Chris is passionate about scaling software development teams within small to medium sized organisations.

Schedule

16:15
Cypress, USA
I See What is Going on: Visual Testing for Your Components

Many modern web frameworks use components as their building blocks.

In this talk, I will show component testing using Cypress - and I mean "show" literally. You will see the component running inside a real browser, you will interact with the component like a real user, and you can debug the component using the real browser's DevTools. Finally, I will go through the current open source and commercial options for visually testing the component's styles and rendering.

16:50
Amazon AWS, USA
Transforming GraphQL – Infrastructure as Code for Front End Developers

As front-end tooling and frameworks continue to evolve and improve at a pace that is often hard to keep up with, serverless abstractions continue to move closer and closer to the client, abstracting away back end services and making them more and more consumable by traditionally front end developers.

In this talk I’ll show how we can use a combination of GraphQL SDL along with a new DSL (GraphQL Transform) created by the Amplify team to build out a full stack cloud application directly from your GraphQL schema. Using this GraphQL DSL, we’ll walk through how to model a Database, authorization rules, relationships, and custom access patterns. We’ll look at how to rapidly prototype an example application, and view some demos including a voting app capable of handling over 100,000 operations per second.

17:45
NearForm, Italy
1, 2, 3... Fastify!

In my journey through nodeland, I always wonder about the cost of my abstractions.

I started a journey to write an HTTP framework with extremely low overhead, and Fastify was born. With its ability to reach an astonishing 90k requests/sec, Fastify can halve your cloud server bill.

In this talk, I will walk you through the basics of the framework: how to route requests, write tests, and use the plugin system.

18:20
Webpack, Germany
Module Federation in Webpack 5

Microfrontends as Monolith? Shared component library or styleguide? This technique allows to consume modules from separate builds, which can be developed and deployed independently. An introduction, and further ideas.

18:55
19:10
When You Think There Is No Time for Learning or Coding - Eleftheria Batsou

Do you ever feel like you’re stuck in your career? Do you constantly feel like you don’t have time to work on your projects? Do you want to learn something new, expand your knowledge, develop yourself and be the best you can be?

In this session, I am going to share my story on how I started coding, how I make time to work on side projects and how you can grow and advance in your career. After this talk, I hope you 'll be inspired to work smarter, make new habits and continue pushing yourself even when things fall apart.

I will present some helpful tips about self-motivation, time-management, setting priorities and goals, staying organized, believing in yourself and keeping a balance between your career and personal life. Additionally, in this session, we are going to talk about building the habit of coding and the benefits of it. We are going to explore ways of finding mentors in your job and outside of it and also expanding your social network.

This talk is not only about getting better at your 9 to 5 job but also about developing yourself.

Using Remote Joins to Create a Unified GraphQL API for Your Company - Tanmai Gopal

With Hasura Remote Joins, you can join your table data with a Stripe API or Github API or any GraphQL API. Without writing a single line of code. Using GraphQL's amazing type system combined with Hasura's declarative configuration, you can create relationships across tables and other services and get a beautiful unified API. In a single call, get all the data necessary for building your apps from anywhere in the world.

Building React frontends for WordPress - Pablo Postigo

In this talk, Pablo Postigo, co-Founder and CEO of Frontity, will give an introduction to the basics of Frontity Framework and talk about the main challenges when developing a React front-end for a headless WordPress site. In addition, he will share his insight on the future of JavaScript in the WordPress ecosystem and the story behind Frontity.

Javascript Tooling - The Evolution and Future of JS & Front-end Build Tools - Shedrack Akintayo

I can tell at least that in 3 years, JavaScript will gain more the status of a VM and lose the status of a language. Already today, not many people use raw JavaScript. You usually have some transpilation, at least e.g. Babel. In the future, Web Assembly will enable more innovation in that regards, and existing transpiling languages like Elm, TypeScript, PureScript will continue to improve.

In this talk, I'd go through the Evolution of JavaScript Tooling and frontend build tools, Javascript itself and the future of them all.

Also, Babel and other build tools, what they might most likely be in the future. Also, I'd talk about javascript itself as a language, it's present and it's future.

20:15
Microsoft, USA
PoseDance: Build a TikTok Trainer

Do you scroll through TikTok, amazed at the goofy, yet complicated dance moves featuring today's youths? Those kids are popping off while you're sitting around, coding SQL queries. Fortunately, we are technologists, and there's no problem we can't solve, including getting better at TikTok dancing. In this talk, I'll show you how I perfected my moves by building PoseDance, your friendly TikTok trainer. We'll discuss how I leveraged PoseNet, which allows you to pinpoint body motion and draw a 'skeleton' on a video. Combined with a webcam mapping your own dance skeleton, a bit of math to compare the matching points, Azure functions to authenticate a user, and PlayFab as a game-friendly backend to keep scores and create a leaderboard, you've got the perfect quarantine pastime, making a perfect fool of yourself in front of a webcam. Come dance with me!

20:50
Microsoft, USA
From Code to Scale! Build a Static Web App in Minutes

You've built an app an you want it to scale. Do you want CI/CD, custom domains, SSL certificates, APIs, global scale of your static assets, authentication, and authorization? Let's learn how to build a static web app on Azure and go from GitHub repo to global scale in minutes.

16:10
GitLab, Ukraine
Composition API: a Quick overVue

Composition API is one of the biggest new features in Vue 3. In this talk, I will explain what is it and how to use Composition API for code abstraction and reuse.

16:45
Microsoft, USA
How Does the TypeScript Team Try to Avoid Negative Effects on the JS Ecosystem

TypeScript is becoming one of the dominant ways in which people write JavaScript. The goal of TypeScript is to augment and not replace JavaScript – so how does the team ensure that the future of JS is always JS.

17:40
Creator of AlpineJS & LaravelLivewire , USA
Say No To Complexity With AlpineJS

Modern JavaScript is powerful, but big frameworks like Vue or React add an overwhelming amount of complexity to a developers' workflow. That’s why I wrote AlpineJS. It’s less than 10kb, requires no build process, takes almost no time to learn, yet gives you the declarative templating and reactivity you can’t live without. I can’t wait to show it to you.

18:15
Google, USA
The State of Angular

In this presentation, we’ll look at the current state of Angular and its tooling infrastructure. We’ll discuss what features enabled the latest version of our rendering engine Ivy and how you can take advantage of them today.

Along the way, we’ll look at the work we did to ensure small bundle size and fast execution! In the second part of the talk, we’ll focus on the tooling that Angular provides to help you deliver apps quickly and efficiently.

18:50
19:05
Adobe, USA
Emoji Encoding, � Unicode, & Internationalization

Why does '👩🏿‍🎤'.length = 7? Is JavaScript UTF-8 or UTF-16? What happens under the hood when you set ? Have you ever wondered how emoji and complex scripting languages are encoded to work correctly across browsers and devices - for billions of people around the world? Or how new emoji are introduced and approved? Have you ever seen one of these: □ � “special” glyph characters before and want more information on why they might appear and how to avoid them in the future? Let’s talk about Unicode encoding in JavaScript and across the world wide web! We’ll go over best practices, common pitfalls, and provide resources to learn more - even where to go if you want to submit a new emoji proposal! :)

19:40
oss. founded paranoidandroid, react-spring, react-three-fiber, react-use-gesture, zustand, Switzerland
Making Games in React

This talk is going to be about react-three-fiber. We'll make a mini game together. We'll see how even beginners can make it through all the heavy boilerplate and math without losing their minds, and then translate it to anything, be it a game or a website with some interesting visuals and effects.

20:15
Going Live from a Browser...with Another Browser - Matt McClure

There are other ways to proxy live video from a browser to an RTMP endpoint, but what if we wanted to interact with that stream first? And not just interact by writing obtuse ffmpeg filters, but just some good ol' HTML and CSS? Let's do that! We'll talk about how you can allow your streamers to go live directly from their browser by using headless Chrome and ffmpeg.

When Worlds Collide: Frontend vs Database - Tyler Hannan

Classic frontend vs backend API design conflicts are becoming a headache of the past with serverless and Jamstack architectures and tools; frontend developers are building the full stack. But this poses a new problem: “What database? Who cares about the database?” This talk will help you with the questions you should ask of the database for your next side project...and a place to begin your journey in database internals.

ESNext: Proposals To Look Forward To - Bramus Van Damme

With the yearly ECMAScript releases (ES2015..ES2019) of a lot of things have changed in JavaScript-land, and there's even more to come. This talk takes a look at a few of the newest (ES2020) and some of the upcoming ECMAScript features, which (hopefully) will become part of the ECMAScript Language Specification in the near future.

What Does The Angular Say? 🦊 - Laura Silvanavičiūtė

We are very used to generating visual results with code but are still often surprised to hear that we can create music in the same way. Oh, you didn’t know that? You are not alone. Even though the idea of music programming is older than all of us this concept is still pretty unfamiliar among many developers. Not for long! Let's shed some light on music coding in our daily bases web applications using Angular.

Adaptation of the E2E Tests for a Big Project - Vadym Kukhtin & Devesh Jadon

DeliveryHero is a huge international company. And like in every big company, introduction of a new technical improvement is a hot topic. Get to know the challenges our team faced while making our platform E2E tested, how our reporting mechanisms improved over time and solutions we developed to test different variations of a feature.

21:00

Program Committee

Joonas Salovaara
Joonas Salovaara
Reaktor, Netherlands

Joonas Salovaara is a Principal Consultant and team lead at Reaktor Amsterdam. He is an advocate of the meetup scene, where he helps run AmsterdamJS, HelsinkiJS, and React Helsinki.

Kanstantsin Klimashevich
Kanstantsin Klimashevich
Xebia, Netherlands

Kanstantsin is a Software Developer Consultant at Xebia. He is passionate about running, racing cars and JavaScript.

Aleksandr Korotaev
Aleksandr Korotaev
Tinkoff.ru, Russia

Aleksandr is a Frontend Developer with 6 years experience. He is a member of JSNation Program Committee and an active member of Saint-Petersburg local meetup scene. He is passionated about games development, visualization and other graphics stuff.

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June 18 –Testing, CSS-in-JS, NodeJS, SvelteJS.

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Gleb Bahmutov

Testing – June 18

Matteo Collina

Node.js – June 18

Tobias Koppers

Webpack – June 19

Minko Gechev

Max Salnikov

Angular – June 19

Max Stoiber

CSS-in-JS – June 18

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Alexander Esselink

Svelte.js – June 18

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VueJS – June 19

Caleb Porzio

AlpineJS – June 19

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Career Tips – June 19

Tejas Kumar

TypeScript – June 19

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