WTMB: Advanced JavaScript Crash Course - Lecture #4 - The Frontend

Women Techmakers Berlin
Tue, Apr 17, 2018, 6:30 PM (CEST)

About this event

Welcome to Women Techmakers Berlin's Advanced JavaScript spring course!

The course will spread over 5 lectures during March through May, where we will dive deeper in JS, following our last year's beginners course. If you missed it - you can catch up, as all our talks are online and available here: http://wtmberlin.com/javascript-crash-course/

In this lecture (#4 of 5) we will give our application a real face. We will go over the best practices of frontend engineering and building user interface applications. We will look at Vue.js, talk about its features and capabilities, and build a simple frontend with it.

Join the JS Course Slack channel in the WTMB Slack (#js-crash-course), to submit your homework, ask your questions, catch up on last year's material, or to ask questions from the latest lecture. This year we will keep uploading lectures, so don't worry if you have to miss one.

The syllabus is available on our website: http://wtmberlin.com/javascript-crash-course/

In addition to the lectures, we will meet during the study groups to hack on our projects on a bi-weekly basis, just you, your project, the instructors and a whole-lotta-mate!

The course will be instructed by a team of developers, headed by Armaan Amcalar, Head of Software Engineering at Unu GmbH (https://unumotors.com), and will be hosted at the Le Wagon offices.

FAQ

- Some previous programming knowledge would be really useful
- It's completely free
- Ideally you'll keep working on your project at home
- There will be drinks and snacks
- All genders are welcome
- RSVP opens for the next meetup opens one week in advance, you can RSVP during class

ABOUT HEAD OF INSTRUCTORS

Armagan is a software architect from Berlin and currently works as the Head of Software Engineering at unu GmbH.

Following the software craftsmanship philosophy, he has taught over 40 young engineering graduates on software and helped them enter the software industry.

For the last four years, he has been focusing on distributed cloud architectures and developed among many others an open-source framework, cote.js, for building microservices with Node.js.

Follow Armagan on twitter (https://twitter.com/dashersw), github (https://github.com/dashersw) or on his own blog (https://arm.ag).

ABOUT WTM BERLIN

At Women Techmakers Berlin we are encouraging diversity in tech in Berlin since 2015. Get visibility, networking and resources to make the tech community of Berlin diverse and inclusive!

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ABOUT LE WAGON

Le Wagon is Europe's leading coding school for entrepreneurs and creative people. We are now present in 30 cities worldwide, with over 120 startups in operation, and have been rated the no#1 coding bootcamp worldwide on Course Report & Switchup! Our 9-week, full-stack web development course equips aspiring entrepreneurs, product managers, designers, and junior developers with the technical skills they need to build great products and startups

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