WebHack#29 WebAssembly, UX, Frontend and more!
Special yearend event with various topics
Organizing : WebHack
Food & Drink
Tech Meetup WebHack would like to express the special thanks of gratitude to U-NEXT who provides the wonderful venue, food and drinks! 🍻
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Introduction to WebHack #29
This month, WebHack will present you a knowledgeable year-end party! We will have a long talk, a short talk, and three lightning talks, with topics ranging from WebAssembly, frontend development, DevOps, and UX!
Besides, this time we're gonna use HackMD collaborative writing notes! Here is the link of our collaborative note for the event: https://hackmd.io/@WebHack/H1ejVCB6r
Let's enjoy the great talks and chat with old friends together 🎉!
Native goes Web: Create powerful browser apps with WebAssembly
A practical coverage of WebAssembly and its development ecosystem will give you the essentials you need for making informed decisions whether and how this technology can empower your projects.
I will show you how U-NEXT embraced WebAssembly early on in order to build a new service. For understanding its technological impact in web development, it is also essential to know its architecture, which I will cover as well as a short take on the history of native code execution in browsers.
Ziad Jabri is Principal Engineer at U-NEXT, where he is Web developer, Scrum Master and DevOps expert. He designed and implemented a solution for streaming books in web browsers using asm.js and WebAssembly, which has been released with their book service renewal rollout in March 2019.
In the first half of his now more than 2 decades of software development career he had been programming native PC applications and device drivers in x86 Assembler, C++ and C#. His interest in computer architecture and machine language originated during his high school years from hacking on the Atari ST home computer, writing extensions for GEMDOS in Assembler and C.
Weaving empathy into your product development process
Code is one of the language of communication. In terms of communication, good communication is rooted in empathy. Come to hear about how to weaving empathy into your product development process from Jasper.
Jasper Wu is the co-founder of creative 増し増し And the Google design sprint global chapter’’s community lead in Japan. Also the CXO (chief experience officer) of U-NEXT.
Lightning Talk ⚡
- How Abstract benefits designer-developer collaboration
Speaker: Zoey Xie, UI/UX designer in U-Next
- Web-components: Intro and in practise
The talk will contain a short introduction of web-components api, and a library called Stencil to productively work with web-components.
Speaker: VB is a js dev at U-Next. He has extensive experience in building web-apps, and is enthusiastic about current and emerging js-ecosystem.
- Taking advantage of k8s for one time workloads
Speaker: Aaron is a senior software developer in U-Next, who has profound experience in AWS and k8s.
Stay tuned for more detail!
|19:00 - 19:20||Registration and Food|
|19:20 - 20:00||Long Talk|
|20:00 - 20:15||Short Talk|
|20:20 - 20:50||Lightning Talk|
|20:50 - 21:30||Networking & Mingling|
This meetup will be on the 9th floor of the Meguro Central Square building. Big thanks to U-NEXT who will be hosting us for this event!
- Meguro Station
- Look for the WebHack staff at the lobby (3F) of Central Square building and they will guide you to the 9th floor.
- Reception is at 9F of Meguro Central Square building