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Open call for your lightning talk ⚡️ ⚡️ #176

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admataz opened this issue Oct 4, 2019 · 19 comments

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commented Oct 4, 2019

Tonight will be open mic for short-burst, quick-fire presentations. Maximum 8 minutes to talk about whatever is getting you thinking and acting with node and javascript.

So far we have:

  • Beth Griggs (@BethGriggs) : "What's new to LTS with Node.js 12"
  • Enrique Lacal (@EnriqueL8) : "Simplify deploying cloud-native apps to Kubernetes"
  • Lucas Fernandes da Costa (@lucasfcosta): "How I’m Still not Using GUIs in 2019"
  • Hew Ingram (@hewIngram ): "A talk not at all about node..."
  • Diogo (@diogofcunha): "Async generators in real life"

Add your lighting talk to the lineup in the comments on here and get on the list!

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commented Oct 9, 2019

Title: Appsody - Simplify deploying cloud-native apps to Kubernetes
Abstract: Appsody provides a set of open source tools and capabilities that simplifies the process of building and deploying applications to Kubernetes that are not just cloud packaged, but that are also cloud native. The talk will consist in a brief presentation of Appsody, and a demo of deploying locally a NodeJs Express application using Appsody. Estimated time around 8 minutes.

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commented Oct 9, 2019

@EnriqueL8 that sounds very cool!

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commented Oct 14, 2019

Title: A talk not at all about node...
Abstract: You'll see..... (probably like 10 mins)

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commented Oct 14, 2019

@BethGriggs + @lucasfcosta - if either of you can make it and have an idea of what you want to speak about can you pop a rough title here as a placeholder? 🎉 thanks!!

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commented Oct 15, 2019

Hey @hewIngram, I’d love to do a quick one about how I use vim + tmux + zsh for JS development if that’s possible. What do you think?

Maybe “How I’m Still not Using GUIs in 2019” would be a good title?

Not necessarily focused on Node, but I’ve just presented this in a conf in Bulgaria (it was a 30min talk though) and got quite positive feedback.

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commented Oct 15, 2019

I haven't finalised it yet my topic yet - but as a placeholder "What's new to LTS with Node.js 12?" 5-8 minutes

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commented Oct 16, 2019

That sounds wonderful @BethGriggs!!

@lucasfcosta - it sounds super interesting!!! Do you reckon you could do some brutal cutting to distill it down to 10 mins of pure GUI-less wisdom?

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commented Oct 16, 2019

Yes, sure! That was the plan, sorry I didn't specify that. That was just to explain that I had already done it 😆

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commented Oct 16, 2019

Sweeeeeeeet. Can't wait! Thanks

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commented Oct 17, 2019

Thanks @BethGriggs @lucasfcosta @EnriqueL8 @hewIngram - you're all on listed on the website and meetup page 🎉

Look forward to hearing your talks.

There's still space for one or two more if anyone's interested - add it to the comments below

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commented Oct 17, 2019

So... @Ankcorn and I were chatting...

@admataz - have you ever spoken at LNUG? Could this be YOUR TIME?????

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commented Oct 17, 2019

lol! maybe... 😄

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commented Oct 18, 2019

Title: Async generators in real life
Abstract: It has been a few years since javascript introduced async generators, probably everyone heard about them but what are they? What do they do? How can they help in real life? Are they just "streams on steroids"? The talk will consist in a brief explanation of async generators and iterators and a few code snippets with real life examples where they can make code more readable and at the same time less error prone.
Expected time: 10-15 minutes

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commented Oct 18, 2019

☝️ That sounds very interesting @diogofcunha. do you reckon you could cut it down to 10 mins? We're getting pretty full so if we can keep it slim that'd be COOL.

Can't wait to hear it! Thanks!

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commented Oct 18, 2019

@hewIngram sure can do 👍

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commented Oct 18, 2019

Swweeeeeeettt thanks @diogofcunha

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commented Oct 21, 2019

Hey @hewIngram is my spot confirmed for the 23rd? Just let me know as I need to prepare some slides 😆

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commented Oct 21, 2019

It is @diogofcunha

Thanks

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commented Oct 21, 2019

all confirmed and updated on relevant channels (website, Meetup, twitter...)

Looking forward to Wednesday!

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