David Vujic

David Vujic

David Vujic

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Biography

David has been developing software since the year of 2000, mainly focusing on Web Development. He works as a consultant in a Stockholm based company called Biolit AB. Some people know him as an early adopter of agile methods and test driven development. He has participated as a speaker at jDays, dotNetConf, Swetugg and DevSum. David is passionate about educating and helping people get up and running with tools like Kanban, JavaScript and Test Driven Development.

Session: You might (not) need a JavaScript framework

JavaScript in 2017 is like ”Yeah, now you need webpack, babel, npm, yarn, React …”. Redux? Relax. Developing a front end web project in 2017 can be a bit intimidating, especially when the home base is back end development. In this session I will talk about & code JavaScript using old school methods and step-by-step add stuff like modules, Babel, ES 2017, ESLint & Webpack. Let’s investigate the value added, how to keep it simple and some of the trade offs to be aware of. You’ll know how to setup and develop an ECMAScript 2017 & React enabled web site, with automated build and real time syntax checking after this session. You might even have been transformed into a JavaScript hipster. Welcome!

Level: Intermediate