JSX January feat IBM & AND Digital


We kick-started 2021 with an brilliant January JSX event, featuring two incredible speakers and attended by our ever-growing community (783 and counting!).

Hosted by Jessica Rose and Tom Booth from our Development Team, we were joined by Tech100Women winner and IBM Senior Front End Engineer, Anisha Malde and DnB Dancer / Technical Lead at Titan Travel from AND Digital, Sam Hopkins. 

You can now view their talks and find out more below:

Anisha Malde, Senior Front End Developer @ IBM
"From 0 to Production - in 4 Sprints"

Synopsis: 0 to Production in 4 sprints sounds like the title to a horror movie but it was the reality Covid created. As a response to the current situation, we were tasked with building a showcase platform for the students of UAL to upload and display their work for the world to see. I want to take you through the journey and reflect on what I learnt.

Anisha is a Front-end Developer at IBM, she has been there for 3 years. Anisha is passionate about promoting diversity, React and coffee!

Sam Hopkins, Technical Lead, Titan Travel UK @ AND Digital
"Titan Travel - The next(.js) Digital Company"

Titan Travel, a leader in the industry of Guided Travel, are looking to embrace the digital revolution and take their award-winning customer experience online.

Given the chance to replace the old and build Greenfield, Sam from AND Digital is going to talk us through how they plan to create their new lightning-fast site using full stack JavaScript, integrating an exciting Headless CMS solution. Tune in to hear all the techy details as well as how you too could get involved!

Sam is a React Specialist and Tech Lead currently plying his trade with AND Digital. A dancer in his spare time he is full of energy and passionate about building technology that’s good for both people and planet.

You can view the entire evening, including intro and Q&A on our YouTube Channel.

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