Vilnius Front-end meetups are becoming a solid tradition2018 11 23
This May Baltic Amadeus invited front-end developers to the first Vilnius Front-end meetup. The main goal – to bring front-end’ers community together and share knowledge – was met, so it was decided to continue this initiative.
This week the third Vilnius Front-end meetup took place at Vilnius Tech Park. This latest event was special not only because the audience has been the biggest so far, but also because we had three guests form world-known travel booking company kiwi.com.
After two presentations about 5 essential tools to keep your JS apps sane and scalable and about Serverless backend services for JS developers, front-end community had an opportunity to ask questions or to have a discussion with speakers during the networking pat of the meetup.
Growing audience shows that it is essential to build local front-end community, to share new, trends, good practice and, finally, a good coversation afterwards.
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