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Atomic Design, Design Systems and React. Cool, but…

By Dominique Carlo on Friday, 7 September, 2018

We’re pleased to announce the September Front Endgineers meetup where we’ll be joined by guest speaker, Cristiano Rastelli. Cristiano is a passionate web designer & developer, currently working as a Mobile Web Developer at Badoo. He loves Atomic Design, Style Guides and CSS architecture and likes to work at the intersection…

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An Evening of Front Endgineers Talks

By Dominique Carlo on Tuesday, 14 August, 2018

Tomorrow we’re delighted to be hosting our latest evening of Front End talks. In case you’ve missed the build up to this so far, we’re going to be joined by web developer Shane Hudson (@shanehudson); freelance full-stack designer, developer, and educator Alex Dytrych (@SomeHats) and Director of Developer Relations at…

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WebAssembly (and the death of JavaScript?)

By Dominique Carlo on Monday, 14 May, 2018

On Wednesday 16th May, the Front Endgineers London, in association with RecWorks, are running an event where we’ll consider ‘WebAssembly (and the death of JavaScript?)’ During the talk we’ll look at what’s wrong with the way we’re using JavaScript today and why we need WebAssembly. We’ll delve into the internals,…

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Join us on 20th February and meet your mentor

By Emili Hone on Monday, 5 February, 2018

Speed dating for Java devs? God, no. Casual drinks with a group of like-minded people? Hell yes. Join us on 20th February in Farringdon for an evening of meeting fellow mentors and mentees. Discuss your experiences, share your challenges and talk about new tech. This is your chance to meet…

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Let’s talk garbage. JVM Garbage Collection in 2018

By Emili Hone on Monday, 29 January, 2018

Join us in London for an interactive, engaging event where we’ll be discussing the state of Java Garbage Collection in 2018. This fishbowl style meetup will feature experienced participants, so come prepared with your most challenging questions and discussion points – that’s what we’re looking for. We’ll be taking a…

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