Past Presentations

React+Redux at Scale

Congratulations, you made a todo list! Now you're trying to write your next greenfield project in react+redux, but it seems the instant you step up a level in complexity the resources and advice are few and far between. You could succumb to JS fatigue and throw the whole thing out on your way to...

Daniel Cousineau Lead HTTPSter Engineer @Grovo
Modern Clientside Open Space

Refactor Frontend APIs & Accounting for Tech Debt

It can feel like a Shakespearean tragedy having to deal with technical debt when starting feature work - especially when the debt was accrued from a pair of star-crossed lovers - two teams working in parallel. Based on her recent work adding Apple Pay support to perk itemization at Indiegogo,...

Julia Nguyen Software Engineer @Indiegogo
Engineer Innovation Through Rapid Prototyping

Even the best ideas need to be shaped and refined to succeed in the market. Hatchery, Vistaprint's innovation lab, launched many products and services since being formed two years ago and we've refined our process for developing innovative products. We'll walk through how Hatchery generates ideas...

Ramon Harrington Principal Software Engineer @ Vistaprint
Managing State In Your Single Page Application

As our single page web applications grow, we find ourselves having to manage more and more state, whether it’s user input or an API response. Allowing state to be set anywhere in the code, quickly leads to web of update logic that can be difficult to understand or detangle. Enter Redux! Redux...

Christina Kayastha Senior Software Engineer @Vistaprint
Rust, WebAssembly, and Javascript Make Three: An FFI Story

WebAssembly is an exciting new compilation target for the web platform and beyond. While many herald its arrival as the death of JavaScript- the story on the ground is quite different. In this talk, we‘ll tour the Rust and WebAssembly toolchain and the fascinating and challenging technical...

Ashley Williams Core Rust & Rust Wasm WG Team Member

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