Tech Talk Meetups für Softwareentwicklung und Coding in München
  • , 5.30 p.m. – 7.30 p.m.
  • jambit GmbH, Munich

TechTalks @jambit Meetup #1: Component Library with Stencil & AWS Lambda Functions

The wait is over! We can finally host a knowledge exchange event on-site in real life again. We are happy to welcome guests again for the first jambit TechTalks of the year in our jambit office at Munich Hirschgarten.
On Thursday, July 29, 2021, the Meetup group Tech Talks @jambit invites interested parties to two exciting talks on the topics component library with Stencil & AWS Lambda functions. As an additional treat to great talks and lively exchange, we are offering beer, wraps, and our famous jambit coffee to all attendees.

And don't worry, even being excited about finally hosting on-site event again, we of course didn't forget about the coronavirus. We are taking the appropriate precautions, such as physical distancing, keeping rooms well ventilated, providing hygiene items, and asking all attendees to wear masks in the hallways and restrooms.
Due to the situation, we have currently limited the number of participants to 25. First come, first serve!

Program of our jambit TechTalks #1 / 2021

Talk 1: "Framework-agnostic, reusable components with Stencil"

Kemal Kaya, Software Engineer, Business Division New Business, jambit

In many projects, a component library promises reusability and a consistent user interface in front-end development.
A component library can be implemented in a specific technology, such as Angular, React or Vue. Consequently, this component library can only be used in front-ends with precisely this technology.
But what if you could develop a component library that works in any environment? This is exactly what Stencil allows us to do with web components.

This talk is showing how a component library with Stencil can look like, how it can be used in front-ends of any technology and what are the advantages and disadvantages.

Language: German

Talk 2: "AWS Lambda Functions"

Christian Mang, Senior Software Architect, Platforms and Operations, jambit

AWS Lambda Functions are part of Amazon's Serverless Application Model. Serverless means there is no server to configure. And yet there is a little piece of silicon somewhere that executes code. But how to call on them? And is it just a single function?

In this talk, we are looking at the capabilities and limitations of Lambda functions. Focusing on Java8, we are figuring out how it connects to the other AWS services. We are also touching on IAM (Identity and Access Management), DynamoDB, API Gateway and CloudWatch.

Language: German

Tech Talks @jambit Meetup in München

Most important information on the meetup at a glance:

  • WHAT? TechTalks #1: Component library with Stencil & AWS Lambda functions
  • WHO? Our jambitees Kemal Kaya and Christian Mang
  • WHEN? Thursday, July 29, 2021, 5.30 to 7.30 p.m.
  • WHERE? jambit GmbH, Friedenheimer Brücke 20, 80639 Munich

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