JavaScript Meetup

JavaScript Meetup 4 Sep 2014 - 19:00

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  • 19:00 Socializing, food, drinks
  • 19:30 Welcome
  • [30min] “JavaScript and AngularJS in an enterprise environment” (David Amend, Philipp Röben)
  • [20min] “Blogging and Writing on JavaScript” (Patrick Mulder)
  • Raffle dpunkt.verlag (German books)
  • Break
  • [40min] “Building JavaScript applications based on Domain-driven Design” (Johannes Becker)

JavaScript and AngularJS in an enterprise environment (David Amend, Philipp Röben)

JavaScript coding is fun for sure! But does client MV* frameworks scale up for banking applications like the Personal Finance Manager of DAB-Bank?
The result, applications architecture & decisions made are presented.

David Amend ist jahrelanger Entwickler mit Java basierten Web Frameworks und Services im Banking-Umfeld und hat den Wechsel zu JavaScript basierten Lösung für Web-Projekte vollzogen. Dabei hat er Spaß daran, das Erfolgsrezept moderner Webentwicklung in Vorträgen, Publikationen, und in Projekten weiter zu geben.

Blogging and Writing on JavaScript (Patrick Mulder)

In this talk, I want to share some learnings I made on writing about JavaScript. Starting with simple blog posts and interaction with JavaScript news aggregators. Writing is a matter of practice, and if you keep some routine, why not start writing a book?

Patrick Mulder is a freelance software consultant focusing on JavaScript, web interfaces, and measurement systems. He worked as a software engineer for many companies and recently published the book “Full Stack Web Development with Backbone.js”.

Building JavaScript applications based on Domain-driven Design (Johannes Becker)

Model-View-Controller (MVC) was born in the 1970s and is still one of the most used architectural patterns in the software world. On top of that it’s common to connect Data-Models using Object-relational Mapping (ORM) to a Database and provide easy Create-Read-Update-Delete (CRUD) Routes as an API for applications.

In this talk I will show an alternative approach and how to easily apply it using JavaScript. Live coding included. In the process the audience will learn about Domain-driven Design (DDD), Command Query Responsibility Seggregation (CQRS), EventSourcing and how to explicitly capture your domain events – something the ThoughtWorks TechnologyRadar2014 also outlined as an emerging technique, because it makes developers and business people happy.

Johannes Becker: Remote Freelancer who found true love in Domain-driven Design, Node.js and DevOps. Passionate about Free Software and a Free Internet.



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