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We help large organizations bring innovation to market.
We help large organizations bring innovation to market.

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Tutorial: How to build a progressive web application (PWA) which searches books using the Google Books API.

http://mdus.co/2wQaN90
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"'So, why don’t you have your PMP certification?' Before I could really think about a polished, polite response, it slipped out. 'Because certifications are a waste of money.'"

http://mdus.co/2vBmjko
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Wednesday || Brooklyn, NY: Moving Large Scale Web Apps to React

http://mdus.co/2uqyJNu #javascript #meetup #reactjs
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Would you like to be part of a great software team building mobile and web applications with some of the brightest thought leaders and technologists in the world? Join Modus Create!

Current open positions:
• Back End Engineer - PHP
• Business Analyst
• DevOps Engineer
• Manual QA Engineer

http://mdus.co/2tS45fU
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If you've thought about learning #ReactJS, check out these tips from Andrew Owen.

http://mdus.co/2sQZ8UA

#javascript #learning
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05.09.17 | NYC | TechDuels: React VS Angular

Two teams of skilled developers will discuss why they feel their framework
is better in the following areas:
• use by companies
• use by programmers
• ease of implementation & scalability

Join Stan Bershadskiy as he judges the battle between #ReactJS and #AngularJS.

http://mdus.co/2p9RPlp
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https://www.meetup.com/Split-JS/events/239099812/

Our guest speaker Domagoj will discuss modern architectural approaches to delivering modular and reusable JavaScript applications.

• Front-End:

How RxJS can be used with React for creating modular JavaScript application, making all components isolated and reusable.

• Back-End:

Event sourcing & CQRS: the power of eventual consistency for creating scalable architecture.



** Domagoj Kriskovic has over 10 years of experience in web development. In early days, he started as a "classical full stack" developer working mostly in PHP and MySQL, but as web industry evolved he continued with only JavaScript for both backend and frontend.

He's developed a fair amount of large and complex applications (like Codeanywhere editor).

Most recently he's been experimenting with reactive programming and RxJS and created a library called Recycle.
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https://www.meetup.com/Prov-JS/events/238830416/

Getting started with React Native is a pretty simple thing to do. Following the basic how-to gets you a decent looking application that runs well. However, what about when you’re ready to build something more involved and a bit complex? Stan Bershadskiy will walk through some of the most valuable things you, as a developer, need to know about React Native. You will learn about some crucial built-in UI components, working with native modules, and finally some deployment strategies. This talk will give you a better understanding of React Native as a whole and how to build your apps past the “Hello World” stage.



*ABOUT THE SPEAKER*

Stan Bershadskiy is an architect at Modus Create and specializes in all things JavaScript with vast knowledge in Sencha frameworks. Recently, he has directed his focus towards React Native and is the co-author of the React Native Cookbook. He has architected systems across many industries. Stan is located in New York City and can be found co-organizing NYC.JS Meetups and presenting at conferences around the country.
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