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May 22, 2019
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Online ft. Tatiana Mac, Jen Luker, and Carlos Rufo

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Tatiana Mac, "Edge cases: Out of the margin and into view"

Description: The term edge case is used to describe something rare that only occurs at an extreme. In praxis, we often use the term to dismiss a use case's relevance to the broader success of our product or service. But edge cases can be portals to safety leaks, unserved populations, and unconsidered journeys. By centring edge cases in our process and examining what they can tell us, we can work towards more ethical, inclusive, and considered products.

Jen Luker, "Accessibility Myths"

Description: An increasing number of teams and companies are investing in improving the accessibility of their apps. Let's keep you on the right track by busting some accessibility myths. You may be surprised by what you learn!”

Carlos Rufo, "End-to-end Type-Safe GraphQL Apps"

Description: Building applications using type-safety is the new challenge nowadays. JavaScript, as most popular dynamic typed language, comes at the cost of making many mistakes (such as typos, misspellings, etc), here's where TypeScript comes in. Having a strongly typed GraphQL schema as Single Source of Truth, we'd want to keep the data structures in sync over the whole application to reduce the propensity of errors. This talk discusses the tools and best practices for building full type-safe applications with GraphQL, touching on topics like schema-based code generation, type-safe resolvers, client-documents types and more!

May 22, 2019

Online ft. Tatiana Mac, Jen Luker, and Carlos Rufo

Join this online meetup to hear talks by..

Tatiana Mac, "Edge cases: Out of the margin and into view"

Description: The term edge case is used to describe something rare that only occurs at an extreme. In praxis, we often use the term to dismiss a use case's relevance to the broader success of our product or service. But edge cases can be portals to safety leaks, unserved populations, and unconsidered journeys. By centring edge cases in our process and examining what they can tell us, we can work towards more ethical, inclusive, and considered products.

Jen Luker, "Accessibility Myths"

Description: An increasing number of teams and companies are investing in improving the accessibility of their apps. Let's keep you on the right track by busting some accessibility myths. You may be surprised by what you learn!”

Carlos Rufo, "End-to-end Type-Safe GraphQL Apps"

Description: Building applications using type-safety is the new challenge nowadays. JavaScript, as most popular dynamic typed language, comes at the cost of making many mistakes (such as typos, misspellings, etc), here's where TypeScript comes in. Having a strongly typed GraphQL schema as Single Source of Truth, we'd want to keep the data structures in sync over the whole application to reduce the propensity of errors. This talk discusses the tools and best practices for building full type-safe applications with GraphQL, touching on topics like schema-based code generation, type-safe resolvers, client-documents types and more!

Tracy Lee

Tracy Lee

Founder, This Dot & RxJS Core Team
  • Angular
  • RxJS

Tracy is a Google Developer Expert, a Women Techmakers Lead, and on the RxJS Core Team. She is the organizer of This.JavaScript, Modern Web, Contributor Days, Google Developer Group, and RxWorkshop.

Tatiana Mac

Tatiana Mac

Independent
Jennifer Luker

Jennifer Luker

Lead Engineer @ FormidableLabs
  • A11y
  • Reactjs
  • CSS

Lead Software Engineer at @FormidableLabs, Speaker. Co-host @BookBytesFM

Carlos Rufo

Carlos Rufo

OSS Developer
  • JavaScript
  • GraphQL

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