Actionable Advice for Moving Faster as a Front-end Engineer

In every team or company, there always seem to be a few engineers that just seem to be faster, despite having to contend with three different fundamental technologies (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript), libraries (jQuery, Lodash, Moment.js, etc), and frameworks (React, Backbone, Angular, etc). In this session, you’ll learn specific techniques, that are both framework and text-editor agnostic, for moving faster as a front-end engineer.

The techniques will revolve around implementing low-hanging fruit for improving workflow and tooling, debugging efficiently in a front-end stack, and reducing friction when implementing new features.

This talk will cover framework-agnostic tips for debugging and implementing features faster as a front-end engineer. They are actionable in that attendees can use them almost immediately. Examples of tips include debugging CSS by deleting markup and mocking missing data to create features faster.

Session Information

May 19, 2017 at 10:30 am