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Brown Bag Lunch baggers database

To add yourself as a speaker, send a pull request on baggers.js file.

Getting Started

Install all the dependencies by:

yarn

Speakers dataset

The speakers array contains the list of speakers ordered by their "join" date. It means that you need to add yourself at the end of this list.

Mandatory fields:

  • since: the current day, format yyyy-MM-dd
  • name: your full name "First Last"
  • bio: some words about you
  • picture: a valid link to picture of yourself.
  • cities: an array of cities you want to appear in. Any city in that list should exist in the ending city list.
  • contacts: see below
  • sessions: an array list of your sessions. See below

Optional fields:

  • location: A string which describes where you'd like to speak (might be replaced in the future)
  • websites: see below

Contacts

Contacts field can contain your contacts on:

  • twitter: your twitter handle (without the @)
  • mail: your email address

Example:

{
  "twitter": "fsarradin",
  "mail": "fsarradin@gmail.com"
}

Websites

A list of website objects following this pattern:

  • name: The website "type". Please pick one of those: Web, LinkedIn, AboutMe, Podcast, Book, GitHub, Google+, Slideshare, Hopwork, InfoQ, Viadeo, Speakerdeck
  • url: Link to the website

Note that you can have more than one website per type.

Example:

"websites": [
  {
    "name": "Web",
    "url": "http://link.to/site1"
  },
  {
    "name": "Web",
    "url": "http://link.to/site2"
  }
]

Sessions

A session object must contain:

  • title: the short title of your session
  • abstract: the description of your session
  • tags: an array of String
  • lang: in which languages this session can be played (ISO 2 letters code like fr, en)

Example:

{
  "title": "A Web Framework in Scala from Scratch in One Hour",
  "abstract": "(live coding - en/fr) Discover Scala through the development of an efficient small tested Web framework.",
  "tags": [
    "Java",
    "Scala",
    "Programmation fonctionnelle",
    "Scrum",
    "Agilité"
  ],
  "lang": [
    "fr"
  ]
}

Cities dataset

The cities object contains one city object where the key is the city name. The city object must define the following fields:

  • name: The city name
  • ville_img: The relative path to the city BBL logo. If you don't have any, you can use img/villes/BBL.jpg. In the next future, this field won't be mandatory anymore.
  • lat: Lattitude point for the city (might be the center of the city)
  • lng: Longitude point for the city (might be the center of the city)

Example:

"Nantes": {
  "name": "Nantes",
  "ville_img": "img/villes/BBL_Nantes.jpg",
  "lat": 47.219102,
  "lng": -1.551132
}

A full speaker example

{
  "since": "2013-02-09",
  "name": "François Sarradin",
  "bio": "Consultant Java/Scala/λ | Manager technique capitalisation chez Ippon Technologies",
  "picture": "https://fr.gravatar.com/userimage/14188452/66f640699084b5d57856723e7e20505c.jpg?size=200",
  "websites": [
    {
      "name": "Web",
      "url": "http://kerflyn.wordpress.com/"
    }
  ],
  "location": "Paris, Ouest parisien (+ Nantes), remote",
  "sessions": [
    {
      "title": "A Web Framework in Scala from Scratch in One Hour",
      "abstract": "(live coding - en/fr) Discover Scala through the development of an efficient small tested Web framework.",
      "tags": [
        "Java",
        "Scala",
        "Programmation fonctionnelle",
        "Scrum",
        "Agilité"
      ],
      "lang": [
        "fr"
      ]
    },
    {
      "title": "Kata : un type Option en Java",
      "abstract": "(live coding) Tests unitaires et refactoring pour un type Option en Java",
      "tags": [
        "Java",
        "Scala",
        "Programmation fonctionnelle",
        "Scrum",
        "Agilité"
      ],
      "lang": [
        "fr"
      ]
    },
    {
      "title": "Une alternative à AOP ?",
      "abstract": "(poney / live coding / présentation) Découvrez quelle alternative la programmation fonctionnelle propose face à AOP (session jouée à Devoxx FR 2013 sous le titre \"FlatMap Zat Shit\")",
      "tags": [
        "Java",
        "Scala",
        "Programmation fonctionnelle",
        "Scrum",
        "Agilité"
      ],
      "lang": [
        "fr"
      ]
    },
    {
      "title": "Scrum Under Pressure",
      "abstract": "Découvrez Scrum, sa mise en place et les pratiques annexes de l'agilité à travers un véritable retour d'expérience qui ne vous laissera pas indifférent.",
      "tags": [
        "Java",
        "Scala",
        "Programmation fonctionnelle",
        "Scrum",
        "Agilité"
      ],
      "lang": [
        "fr"
      ]
    }
  ],
  "cities": [
    "Paris"
  ],
  "contacts": {
    "twitter": "fsarradin",
    "mail": "fsarradin@gmail.com"
  }
}

Formatting

Please use/apply the editorconfig configuration provided.