Last month I enjoyed a trip down to Brighton for a day long workshop with the author of Lean UX, Jeff Gothelf. UX enthusiasts from across the UK and some from as far as Sweden came down to the south of England to learn more about Lean, UX and all things in-between. I’m going to run through my top takeaways from the workshop and explain how they can be applied within your product teams.
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This was my first React dedicated conference, and to be honest I had my reservations. There is only so much you can fit into a single topic. One day single track conf turned out to be quite diverse to keep the attention all the way. As usual I was keeping random notes from the event. All notes and ideas are originated from talks, but are not necessarily direct quotes.
This month we were back at the London Facebook office for another brilliant London React Meetup. We had another full house with plenty of pizza, beer and React geekery.
Here’s the question that gets asked by so many that it’s become annoying - what’s the next big thing in web development? React? Angular 2? CycleJS? WebSockets? HTTP2?
With pizza eaten and beers in hand the Facebook auditorium was once again rammed for this months React.js meetup. We were incredibly excited and honoured to welcome Nick Schrock, Facebook Engineer & GraphQL co-creator, to give an extended talk on his creation – GraphQL.
How many web enabled devices do you own? A very simple question. A phone? A tablet? A laptop? A desktop? These are just the basics. The most common. There are also web enabled TV's, games consoles, and even fridges. Slowly more and more devices are connecting to the web.
It's that time of the year again, when all the big players and related hardware manufacturers try to out do each other with product launches and roadmap announcements. Amazon has announced a new range of tablets/Kindles, Nokia a couple of new Windows Phone 8 handsets, Microsoft has finished Windows 8, announced its own tablet hardware and has Windows Phone 8 announcements yet to come.