@/all - kicking off the chat here for the meetup later - looking forward to talks from @arismarko and @craigtaub - details from lnug.org:
On those critical times, I took the chance to learn something new and tried to PRISMA 2, to create a small website, that shows where there are supplies [Bread, Pasta and ToiletRolls].
I will go through all the difficulties of developing the app as Prisma2 is still in development, and how to deploy the app in Heroku.
For the frontend I used NextJS that connects to a nodejs API (very simple) that uses the Prisma client.
Aris is a developer for a number of years in FullStack development and a servant of the London's community powering CityJS and JSMonthly.
A look at the mechanisms inside web bundlers e.g Webpack.
Starting with why they are still useful.
Then how to build a small compiler, akin to Webpack. There are many interesting topics in a very small space here.
Next how to use the output of our compiler with an application.
Finishing with all the additional parts Webpack does which ours doesn't, hopefully with some idea on how those could be done.
how Twitter got hacked, and what they could have put in place to prevent it
this would be very interesting
🎉 🎉 Upcoming event!! 🎉🎉
Given the (ongoing!) news from Elasticsearch’s licensing change we’ll be having a Discord discussion on it. Theres some background on it below and some articles to have a flick through.
On the night someone will give a brief lay of land with regards to Elasticsearch and then we’ll have a discussion around Open Source rights in general using Elasticsearch as a jumping off point
It’ll be a very chill round table event, you 100% can just listen in if you want to (I’ll probably just be listening).
⏰ When: Next Wednesday (27th) 7:00pm
🗺 Where: The Lounge channel in Discord: https://discord.gg/DtPTak5pdQ
Do I have to stay for the whole thing?
Absolutely not, dip in when you can
I know nothing about Open source, I won’t add anything?
That’s totally fine - it’s meant to be an opportunity for all of us to learn. Just being on the call and listening will be a great way of getting an idea of how it works.