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Event Title: The State of JavaScript: The future of App develpment?

This talk will explore the past and current state of JavaScript, what can it be used for and some useful tools to help you get your applications up and running faster.

Jules Gribble and the Berkshire Committee 

18.30 Registration
19.00 Presentation
21.30 Close


The talk will cover:
- Problems with legacy JavaScript and browsers
- ES2015+
- Webpack/Babel
- NodeJS
- Frameworks & libraries (Angular, React, etc.)
- JavaScript for non web (React Native, Electron)


Headline Speaker: Jules Gribble

Jules Gribble is a recent graduate from the University of Reading with a 1st Class Honours degree in Computer Science. During his degree he took part in the Eli Lilly placement programme as Developer in their emerging technologies team. This role introduced him to technologies such as NodeJS, Docker/Containers and React, which he was able to bring into his final year project. Since graduating Jules has joined the Apak Group in Newbury, where his experience enabled to implement React, ESLint and Docker in his first 6 months.
Jules first joined the BCS’s Berkshire Branch Committee via the student chapter while studying at Reading University. In September 2018 he fully joined the committee, taking on the role of Communications Lead.

This event is bought to you by: https://www.bcs.org/category/14631

The State of JavaScript: The future of App development? - BCS Berkshire
Date and time
Tuesday 21 May, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Central Working

Aldwych House 2 Blagrave Street
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