All decks
  • Internationalisation is a Piece of Cake - EmpireJS

    While about 51% of the world’s websites are in English, only about 25% of web users are English speakers. With half of the world’s population online, internationalisation is as relevant as ever! Let’s explore how i18n gets made on the web.

  • Internationalisation is a Piece of Cake - BerlinJS

    While about 51% of the world’s websites are in English, only about 25% of web users are English speakers. With half of the world’s population online, internationalisation is as relevant as ever! Let’s explore how i18n gets made on the web.

  • Avoiding Epic Fails

    A brief glance at redux-observable and using reactive programming for your asynchronous side-effects! Warning: GIFs ahead.

  • react + i18n: You have no excuse!

    While about 51% of the world's websites are in English, only about 25% of web users are English speakers.With half of the world’s population online, internationalisation is as crucial as ever. In this talk, we'll explore why all your lame excuses for not internationalising are wrong and how you can get started with i18n today.

  • The tools you are using are wrong

    Sara and I go on a rant about what we think of different javascript tools

  • Get your CS degree in 10 minutes*

    Brief introduction to some Computer Science concepts for codebar monthlies.

  • Internationalisation is a Piece of Cake

    While about 51% of the world’s websites are in English, only about 25% of web users are English speakers. With half of the world’s population online, internationalisation is as relevant as ever! Let’s explore how i18n gets made on the web.

  • Naming Things Is Hard

    Inspired by Clean Code and pop culture, this is a quick lightning recap of some tips to make naming things in programming easier. If you want to learn more check out "Clean Code" by Robert C Martin and friends) http://ricardogeek.com/docs/clean_code.pdf