Browse around all the videos recorded at React conferences and meetups during 2018 Q1. Huge thank you to all the speakers who participated in the creation of this collection. The Q2 digest is already on the way, stay tuned with the monthly newsletter and twitter.
This is the third post covering the latest events of the Vue community (Q3 2017, Q4 2017 and this is the Q1 2018 digest) but this is the first one featuring videos from Vue conferences: VueConf New Orleans and VueJS Amsterdam—and of course several super-exciting talks from Vue meetups across the world.
The Q2 edition is already on the way, stay tuned with the monthly newsletter and twitter. Continue reading “Vue conference and meetup videos from 2018 (Q1 digest)”
This post lists all the Node meetup & conference recordings I could find from the latest quarter of 2017. Browse around 86 videos with descriptions on one page. This is the last post from Q4 on MeetupFeed, I will be posting new roundup posts from 2018 later in April. Subscribe for a monthly summary (newsletter).
This post is my first attempt to index the recorded talks from DevOps related events here on MeetupFeed. These 71 talks had been recorded during Q4 2017 at events like AWS re:Invent, PuppetConf, LISA and DevOpsDays. The next DevOps post will be available in April. Subscribe: twitter, newsletter.
This is the fourth post indexing React talks here on MeetupFeed (previous posts: React Q2, React Q3, React Q3 conferences). From the beginning it was obvious that the React community is one of the most active global dev communities and it hasn’t changed for the last quarter of 2017 either. 118 videos is a lot so you might want to try the MeetupFeed app (beta!) for better browsing experience. Try the search feature for finding talks for your interest.
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This is my first post covering Go events on MeetupFeed: a collection of 37 Go talks recorded at meetups and conferences such as GothamGo, DotGo and GolangSyd (with Rob Pike!). This issue includes everything I could find from the last quarter of 2017. Special thanks to the speakers for helping me out with descriptions!
If you found it interesting, consider subscribing to the MeetupFeed monthly newsletter: the April issue will come with the latest Go talks from Q1, April’s talks will be in the May issue and so on. One email per month, 1-click unsubscribe (Mailchimp), only categorized dev talks and nothing else. Continue reading “Go Talk recordings from meetups and conferences during Q4 2017”
This is the second Angular post on MeetupFeed, showcasing 93 talks recorded during the last quarter of 2017 at meetups and conferences like AngularMix, Angular Connect or NG-BE.
In this post you will find everything that happened in the Rust community during Q4 last year. 37 talks that had been recorded at Rust meetups and conferences, like Rust Belt Rust Conference in Columbus, OH or RustFest Zürich in Switzerland. Many thanks to all the speakers for helping me out with descriptions and reviewing your talks! Continue reading “Rust Talk videos from meetups and conferences like the Rust Belt Rust Conference or RustFest Zürich”
The second VueJS digest is finally live here on MeetupFeed with all the recorded VueJS talks from the fourth quarter of 2017. The first VueJS digest has been quite popular—actually it has been the most popular digest of the last round, surpassing the number of viewers of both Angular and React digests. It will be interesting to see how it changed in 2018.
What is MeetupFeed again?
I’m Tamas Abraham and MeetupFeed is my attempt to build the world’s largest organized dev talks database, the Netflix of the dev community with categorized recordings from meetups and conferences. The blog makes it easy to follow your global community, while the (beta) app enables browsing and searching talks painlessly—that’s why we started linking talks to the app instead of YouTube. Please note, that the app is still very much in beta, but we are working hard on it with my good friends at CodingSans (a big thanks guys!). Feedbacks are very welcome in both email (tabraham at this domain) and on twitter.
In case you’d want to submit talks to MeetupFeed just drop the URLs in email (above) or tweet it to @meetupfeed and I’ll add it to the app and include it in the next digest.
VueNYC (New York, NY)
This talk will be about when to use it, what are the concepts to understand how to implement it.
Justin Bennett (Scripps Networks Interactive)
Building scalable stylesheets can be a daunting task. Luckily Vue makes it easy. This talk will cover the different approaches to styling components, what the browser sees for each approach, and what to watch out for. Continue reading “VueJS Talks Digest Q4 2017 — The latest recordings from VueJS meetups”