3rd May 2018 17:30 – 20:30

Archie's Bar & Kitchen, Leeds

Join us for a session about Reactive Programming using MobX State Tree + React and Serverless Design Patterns within an AWS Lambda framework. You would have sneak peek on DAZN’s technology future and the opportunity to bounce ideas off us

As always, NTE will be providing technical talks, by techies for techies as well as excellent food and a free bar in a top central Leeds location. We have two great speakers lined up for this session, which will be held at Archie’s Bar, Granary Wharf. The programme will be as follows:

5-10 min Bruno Tavares Head of Software Development presenting DAZN

Presentation 1: MobX State Tree + React: pure reactivity served - 1 hour with Luca Mezzalira

Abstract:

Reactive Programming is definitely the paradigm for the future, MobX is a state management system very easy to pick up and in combination with MobX state tree we can create reactive applications in no time. In this talk I'd like to highlight the key concepts of Reactive Programming inside MobX like observables and observers, computed values and actions. Also I'm going to share a real example that will cover the key parts of a frontend application like: consuming a remote endpoint. managing the data flow. structuring the relation between views and store. reacting to changes.

Speaker’s Bio:

Luca is Chief Architect in DAZN, Google Developer Expert on Web Technologies, London Javascript Community Manager and author of Frontend Reactive Architectures book

30-minute food and drink recess

Presentation 2: Serverless design patterns - 1 hour with Yan Cui

Abstract:

The motivation for this talk is two-fold: 1) to show the audience to some common design patterns that they can quickly adopt, but perhaps even more important 2) to expose the audience to a framework of thinking about the tradeoffs and failure modes with their choice of event sources for Lambda - eg. SNS creates a concurrent execution for Lambda for each message, which makes it a great choice when you want to maximise parallelism, but a terrible choice as a queue between services (to amortise spikes in upstream traffic)

Speaker’s Bio:

Yan is a Principal Engineer at DAZN and is an experienced engineer who has worked with AWS for near 10 years. He has been an architect and lead developer with a variety of industries ranging from investment banks, e-commerce to mobile gaming. In the last 2 years he has worked extensively with AWS Lambda in production, and he has been very active in sharing his experiences and the lessons he has learnt, some of his work has even made their way into the Serverless Well-Architected whitepaper published by AWS. Yan is polyglot in both spoken and programming languages, he is fluent in both English and Mandarin, and counts C#, F#, Scala, Node.js and Erlang amongst programming languages that he has worked with professionally. Yan is a regular speaker at user groups and conferences internationally, and he is also the author of Production-Ready Serverlessand a co-author of F# Deep Dives.

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Mark Pritchett, Software Engineer 

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2018-11-06T10:31:00+00:00

Mark Pritchett, Software Engineer 

Well organised, engaging events
Great event, really thought provoking and informative

Joseph Swan, Principal Engineer @ Sky

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2018-11-06T10:32:47+00:00

Joseph Swan, Principal Engineer @ Sky

Great event, really thought provoking and informative
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