2019: A Year In Review

2019: A Year in Review

"Building Component Libraries with a Monorepo," Lee Robinson, September 2019 In 2019, the Des Moines Web Geeks organized and hosted 22 lunch and evening events. We learned new programming languages, new frameworks, and new ways of thinking. We learned about…

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Recap Of Full Stack Marketing: Analytics For Developers

Recap of Full Stack Marketing: Analytics for Developers

We had a great turnout for Full Stack Marketing: Analytics for Developers by Andy Brudtkuhl on October 18. https://twitter.com/jplhomer/status/920710515545948160   Here are the slides and demo website from the presenter: https://brudtkuhl.com/full-stack-marketing/ https://speakerdeck.com/abrudtkuhl/full-stack-marketing https://twitter.com/abrudtkuhl/status/925443414023397378  

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A Look Back At 2016

A Look Back at 2016

As we recover from the holiday season, it's time to reflect on the past year. For the Des Moines Web Geeks, it was incredible! In 2016, we: Hosted 16 events, including 12 evening events, three lunch events and our annual social event…

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Get Up to Speed with WordPress

WordPress powers almost 25% of the world's websites – largely because it's both easy to get started and extremely powerful to use as a content management system. Whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced user of the hugely-popular platform, we'll…

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Should web beginners start with Meteor?

Meteor's popularity has been out of this world lately and claims to help developers create modern data backed applications using radically less code. Let's put that claim to the test. It incorporates the best ideas from many popular tools like…

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Learn Node.JS: A Hands-On Lab

Join the Des Moines Web Geeks for our December dojo. This month, we're digging into Node.JS. Matt Nuzum has written and spoken about Node.JS, and he'll lead us through the evening. We'll start with the basics of building a simple web server and…

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