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Introduction to JSON-LD #3

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angelo-v opened this issue May 9, 2019 · 2 comments
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Introduction to JSON-LD #3

angelo-v opened this issue May 9, 2019 · 2 comments
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accepted feature-talk 20-45 minute "regular" talk september

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angelo-v commented May 9, 2019

HamburgJS Talk Submission

Talk Title: Introduction to JSON-LD

Talk Description:

What is JSON-LD? How can it be used to decouple a JS frontend from an API? What are the differences to plain JSON and how can I start using it?

Name: Angelo Veltens

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Twitter Handle (optional): aveltens

Website (optional): https://angelo.veltens.org

Months Available to Speak:

  • May
  • June (limited)
  • July
  • August
@ZauberNerd ZauberNerd added accepted feature-talk 20-45 minute "regular" talk july Selected for the July meetup labels Jul 10, 2019
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@angelo-v thank you for your proposal, we have just accepted it for the 23rd of July.

Please read through the FAQ and keep in mind, that your talk should be limited to 20 Minutes:
https://github.com/hamburg-js/proposals/blob/master/speakers.md

@dmbch dmbch removed accepted july Selected for the July meetup labels Jul 17, 2019
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dmbch commented Sep 20, 2019

@angelo-v thanks again - and again, please read through the FAQ and keep in mind that your talk should be limited to 20 Minutes, although we could make it a bit longer this time since yours will be the only talk this time:
https://github.com/hamburg-js/proposals/blob/master/speakers.md

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