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Meet up

Asynchronous JS & Error Handling with React/Redux

Monday, 17th October at CodeNode, London

This meetup is run by London JavaScript Community. Starts at 6:30 PM.

In this Meetup there will be two talks discussing the evolution of asynchronous Javascript and proper error handling with React/Redux.

The evolution of asynchronous Javascript

One of JavaScript’s strengths is how it handles asynchronous programming. Async is one of the most important and often misunderstood part of Javascript or any other language. Async is hard because we, as human beings, can’t do two conscious actions at once and think about both of them at the same moment. In this talk we will see how asynchronous JavaScript evolved over the years. It all started with callbacks… and it landed on generators!

Alessandro Cinelli

Alessandro Cinelli (a.k.a. cirpo) is currently working as Lead Developer at Sainsbury's in London. He has a keen attention for clean code and everything related to performances. He loves to share and give back to the community, that’s why he actively contributes to open source projects and when he was in Italy he has been a board member of the Italian PHP, Javascript User Group, WEBdeBS and had co-organized several events such as agileday, phpday, jsday, nosqlday and nodejsconf some of which were the first of their kind in Italy.

Proper Error Handling with React/Redux

No matter how good you are as a developer and how many tests you write: your application will throw errors. At YPlan we tried to catch all the exceptions and handle them in the right way to give our users the best possible experience. In this talk, I will go through the problems we tried to solve and the solutions we implemented.

Michele Bertoli

Michele Bertoli is a frontend developer with a passion for beautiful UIs. Born in Italy, he moved to London with his family to look for new exciting job opportunities. He has a degree in computer science, and he loves clean and well-tested code. Currently, he is working at YPlan, crafting modern JavaScript applications with React.js. He is a big fan of open source and is always trying to learn something new.

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Overview

In this Meetup there will be two talks discussing the evolution of asynchronous Javascript and proper error handling with React/Redux.

The evolution of asynchronous Javascript

One of JavaScript’s strengths is how it handles asynchronous programming. Async is one of the most important and often misunderstood part of Javascript or any other language. Async is hard because we, as human beings, can’t do two conscious actions at once and think about both of them at the same moment. In this talk we will see how asynchronous JavaScript evolved over the years. It all started with callbacks… and it landed on generators!

Alessandro Cinelli

Alessandro Cinelli (a.k.a. cirpo) is currently working as Lead Developer at Sainsbury's in London. He has a keen attention for clean code and everything related to performances. He loves to share and give back to the community, that’s why he actively contributes to open source projects and when he was in Italy he has been a board member of the Italian PHP, Javascript User Group, WEBdeBS and had co-organized several events such as agileday, phpday, jsday, nosqlday and nodejsconf some of which were the first of their kind in Italy.

Proper Error Handling with React/Redux

No matter how good you are as a developer and how many tests you write: your application will throw errors. At YPlan we tried to catch all the exceptions and handle them in the right way to give our users the best possible experience. In this talk, I will go through the problems we tried to solve and the solutions we implemented.

Michele Bertoli

Michele Bertoli is a frontend developer with a passion for beautiful UIs. Born in Italy, he moved to London with his family to look for new exciting job opportunities. He has a degree in computer science, and he loves clean and well-tested code. Currently, he is working at YPlan, crafting modern JavaScript applications with React.js. He is a big fan of open source and is always trying to learn something new.

Thanks to our sponsors

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