Week 26 - 2019
The weeknote for 6/24 - 6/30. You can edit this page (on github) if you find any error.
- I'm working on the breaking updates of the Reader interface. This is one
of the necessary features for v1.0. It compiles and passes the tests, but
it has a little anomaly in
deno typesoutput. I'm still trying to solve it.
- I'm working on the breaking updates of the Reader interface. This is one of the necessary features for v1.0. It compiles and passes the tests, but it has a little anomaly in
- Our robot
SQ2was displayed in G20 summit in Osaka. I didn't go to the venue, but many pictures appeared which showed SQ2 there. I liked the one which showed SQ2, our manager Sungjae Kim, and Taro Kono the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
河野外務大臣にSQ-2を説明させていただいた時の写真を記事に使っていただきました！— SEQSENSE (@seqsense) June 28, 2019
ReactJS Tokyo is a meetup of react users in Tokyo.
- React users gathered in Mercari's office in Roppongi on Wednesday and listened
to the talks about React. My ex-colleague @taneba presented his experience
react-testing-library. I liked his technique to create the report of the test specs and share it to non-engineers. That process seemed promising.
🐢 Tokyo Node Gakuen is a Japanese local conference of Node.js users.
- We had 34th Tokyo Node Gakuen in Gran Tokyo South Tower on Thursday. This time was a special conference for the reports from JSConf EU 2019. @yosuke-furukawa talked about the package managers. We had 3 major updates from package managers: Tink, Yarn v2, and Entropic. Tink and yarn seemed heading for the similar directions, but entropic seemed having a very different goal. They all proposes very different way of managing node.js programs. I can't say which is better, but anyway they all try to change the node ecosystem significantly. @dorayakikun talked about the Workers, which is the service for edge computing by CloudFlare. @leko talked about the history of Web API adoptions in node.js. @akito0107 presented his own tool marron-glace, which is a very typescript-friendly option parser. Talks were fantastic and the party was nice as well.
#deno_ja is a Japanese local meetup of Deno enthusiasts.
- This time we gathered at the office of LoiLo Inc. We talked about the recent
changes of Deno and each person worked on their own issues. @hashrock worked
on his delectron, a tool like electron, but written in Deno. @locol23 created
the bundle script by
deno bundleand successfuly rendered the DOM using react, crazy work. In the meeting, we decided to join the TechBookFest 7 (22th Sep, 2019), and registered to it. I brought there the stickers I created the last week and they were so popular.
Now we have 3 kinds of deno stickers. #deno_ja #denoland pic.twitter.com/EFGVKevF6S— Yoshiya / ひのさわ / かた(肩) (@kt3k) June 30, 2019
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