Each of the nine talks lasts 30 minutes and they span over six hours, starting at 9:00 am EDT, which is 13:00 UTC. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions in the You Tube chat during the presentations and can also reach out to the speakers on Twitter.
The speakers and their talks are:
Scaling Team Delivery Using Standardization, by Debbie O'Brien, Head Developer Advocate at Bit How can you scale fast and build fast, yet keep the same standards across all projects and teams? Let's take a look at tooling as well as creating shareable configs and template generators for components so you can speed up your team's delivery.
Documenting the Web Platform, by Florian Scholz, Content Lead at Open Web DocsThe Open Web Docs collective is sponsored by a community of people and companies who care about docs for the Web platform.In this talk, we are going to explore how the Web gets documented at MDN Web Docs and how we'd imagine documentation to appear within a broader context of developer's workflows.
Documentation Playgrounds With Module Imports Support, by Andrey Grandilevskiy, Frontend Developer at JetBrains It is impossible to develop the UI-library on React and its documentation without usage examples with source code. In this talk, we’ll explain how we implemented the live code-sandboxes inside markdown content with supporting imports for our new RescUI library.
Angular 13, by Aaron Frost, Software Architect at HeroDevs Welcome to version 13 of enterprise's favorite framework: Angular. During this talk, we'll go through all of the latest and greatest changes to the framework, showing you each of the newest additions and deletions.
Monorepos: Any Size Fits All, by Altan Stalker, Software Engineer at Nrwl Popularized by tech giants like Google, monorepos have become increasingly popular across organizations of all sizes in recent years. Is this model correct for your organization? What are the benefits, and how do these stack up against the initial overhead of adoption?
How to Get Involved in Open Source: A Quickstart Guide, by Tracy Lee, CEO of This Dot Labs How do you get involved in open source? This is a question I get asked a lot, and surprisingly, it's not as difficult as you may think. In this talk we'll discuss the WHY and HOW related to open source contributions, and also touch on the DOs and DONTs so you can be successful today!
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