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PENTABAR

JS: Next Level Up

JS: Next Level Up

Whether you’re new to JavaScript or looking to elevate your skills, this PentaBAR offers invaluable insights and practical advice in a convenient, 2-hour format.

With nearly 14 million developers worldwide, according to the UK analyst firm SlashData, JavaScript dominates the software market. As the community continues to grow, sharpening your skills is critical to stay ahead with this wildly popular programming language.

This presentation features:

  • Pentalog’s Chief Platform Officer, Cornel Fatulescu, as keynote speaker.
  • Alex Moldovan – co-founder JS Heroes & PentaBAR alumni, with The love-hate relationship with React Hooks – a coding session
  • Ken Wheeler – Software Engineer & React Artist, who shows how to Do as little work as possible:
    – Exploration into optimizing run time performance
    – Measuring performance
    – Identifying issues + guideline to fixing them
    – How to use dev tools performance and make apps run faster

About PentaBAR

PentaBAR is an events series designed for those with a passion for technology. It’s a place for professionals to meet and share knowledge.
PentaBAR began as an offline meetup, with the aim of supporting continuous learning and professional development in a relaxed, friendly environment. In June 2020, PentaBAR was relaunched as a virtual event.

Interested in other technical topics? Access our PentaBAR vault to explore the complete series of tech talks available.

About our speakers

Cornel Fatulescu - Keynote Speaker

Cornel joined Pentalog in 2005 as an architecture developer before moving into the Head of CTOs position, then Chief Platform Officer. With extensive knowledge of IS transformation, technical and functional consulting, organization & human resources management, Cornel approaches digitization from a global perspective. He manages a team of 60 engineers and designs data strategies, technical and functional architecture for companies of all sizes. Thanks to his expertise in agile project management, Cornel is a supporter of continuous process improvement and is heavily involved in setting up software factories.