Building a Better Web
June 19–20, 2017: Training
June 20–22, 2017: Tutorials & Conference
San Jose, CA
Nicole Chung

Nicole Chung
Software Engineer, TWG


As a Software Engineer at Toronto-based product studio TWG, Nicole Chung works with Node, React, and Redux to build fast and efficient user interfaces. She is also an occasional lead instructor at Canada Learning Code, a non-profit dedicated to building technical skills for all Canadians, and has mentored at at HackerYou for their part-time JavaScript courses.


9:50am–10:30am Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Future JS & Functional
Location: 210 BF
Secondary topics:  Functional Programming (Elm, ClojureScript, Erlang), Future of JavaScript (ES7, ES8, WebAssembly, etc.), JavaScript/ES6
Nicole Chung (TWG)
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From callbacks to promises to generators to async/await, JavaScript has a myriad of ways to handle out-of-order events and processes—some of which are more readable than others and some of which are more testable than others. Nicole Chung explores the readability and testability of each approach in detail. Read more.