Seven months back, we had made one promise. “We will soon reorganise the meetup” - Generally, people don’t pay much heed to the words when they give their word of honour, but we don’t want to be called a group of people who withdraw from a commitment. So, we all at aircto decided to organise the ReactJS meetup - #20 Once Again!
Though we planned to have a 3 hours event, but the enticing talk of 3 speakers made everyone to get glued to their seats for an extra 2 hours. Wait a minute! Did you notice something here? Yes, we had 3 speakers who talked on a variety of things related to ReactJS. The meetup had a good number of footfall of ReactJS enthusiasts and the place felt absolutely warmed with energy.
The event was initiated with the warm welcome from Mr. Kiran Abburi, who has done numerous ReactJS meetup in the past. He then moved on to give the absorbing talk on GraphQL and Relay. Relay is a new framework from Facebook that provides data-fetching functionality for React applications. And GraphQL is a data querying language designed to describe the complex data dependencies of modern applications.
The next talk was given by Mr. Ciju on ‘Using React in AngluarJS apps’ where he touched the important reasons to use ReactJS. His insightful talk was followed by the delicious ride of snacks and tea. This was the time where people got into the interaction mode and enjoyed the to and fro of the ideas.
The last talk was given by Mr. Siddharth, who holds the position of an engineering manager at Practo. The talk was on ‘Styling the React components’. He did make the talk highly enjoyable by taking everyone on the journey of the evolution of frontend technologies. He has also shared his presentation for anyone who might have missed the meetup.
It was indeed an insightful experience for everyone. We look forward to have more of these in future.
P.S. By the way, we are looking to on-board some frontend experts on our expert panel of interviewers. You may want to visit here to get the best idea.