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Time18:00:00 Phone
DateMonday, March 27, 2017 Web
VenueTBA Email

   HackJam Functional Reactive Programming: Build your own version of RXJS


 

 

Hey hackers,

 

We're back with our challenging HackJam session. Our focus this month is on Functional Reactive Programming (FRP).

From beginner to expert, you're welcome to join this amazing learning opportunity.

 

As a beginner, you'll learn what are observable, observer and how to consume data from a reactive system.

 

For those with more experience using FRP, you'll be able to go deeper on few topics such as High Order Observable, Subject, Shared Behaviours and you will learn how to implement your own version of this library.

 

All levels are welcome! We have at least 5 mentors available for this session.

 

This HackJam is built around a series of tests (TDD) that will help you rebuild your own version of RXJS.


By the end of the evening, you should be able to answer these questions:

 

• What is Functional Reactive Programming?

• What is an Observable and an Observer?

• What is a Subject?

• What is the difference between Cold and Hot Observable?

 

 

Requirements:

 

• Bring your own computer with node and git installed

• Have a good understanding of JavaScript or any other programming languages

 

 

Happy Coding!

 

 

 

 

Information & Registration

 

tcube_200_x_100.gifDATE & TIME: 27th March 2017 / 18:00


VENUE: TBA

 

TICKET:FREE

 

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