Date(s) - 07/02/2020
18:00 - 21:00
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Our next GreeceJS meetup features 2 great talks: Angelos Chaidas will present TailwindCSS, one of the most refreshing front-end libraries that was introduced lately. Dimitris Zotos will showcase how Blueground managed to tame user-generated images with serverless at the edge.
Join us on Friday, Feb 7, 2019 at InnovAthens powered by Samsung – Hub of Innovation & Entrepreneurship of Technopolis City of Athens. The event is proudly sponsored by Causaly.
Have a look at the event agenda:
18:00 – 18:15
Networking & cold beverages
18:20 – 18:25
Opening talk (gr)
18:25 – 18:45
JS Knowledge Quiz (gr)
18:45 – 19:30
TailwindCSS: Pros and cons of a “utility-first” CSS framework (gr)
– Angelos Chaidas, Senior Front-End Developer at Adzuna
The TailwindCSS website (cheekily) suggests that “Most CSS frameworks do too much” and offers a different approach to styling your HTML: Hundreds of “utility classes” that can be combined to create any layout or visual representation. Does this work? What are the benefits and the problems?
Angelos has been finding excuses for the last 2 years to use TailwindCSS in various small projects. He is a seasoned front-end developer and one of the founding members of GreeceJS.
19:50 – 20:00
A word from our sponsor: Causaly (gr)
Causaly Inc. is developing the world’s biggest data platform for Cause and Effect evidence in Biomedicine using AI Machine-Reading technology.
For further info please visit https://www.causaly.com/
20:00 – 20:45
How to thumbnail and serve images at the age of serverless and edge (gr)
– Dimitris Zotos, Senior Front-End Engineer at Blueground
Media rich content has always been a challenge for software products, especially when it was user-generated. However, modern cloud solutions can lift the burden and make this somebody else’s problem :-) In this talk we will present the use case of AWS Lambda@Edge for on-demand image thumb-nailing, watermarking and content type switching.
BeerJS @The Lazy Bulldog Pub
Orfeos 2, Athens (right next to the venue)