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Syntax Tree is an underlying structure of a programming language. These structures can be used for understanding, transforming, formatting, linting or minifying code. In this talk you will learn about lexing, parsing, and working with syntax trees. You will also learn how to apply this knowledge in practice with some live examples.
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Kirill Cherkashin, originally from Moscow, now lives in NYC working for Firebase. He enjoys teaching and organising meetups. He has been teaching Web for the past few years, and is the organiser for AngularNYC, ReactNYC and soon VueNYC! He loves Angular and teaches it at Google and all over the world. In spare time, He enjoys dancing tango, reading books and good conversations.