►Topic: Scaling Front-End Platforms
► Speaker: Nick Sorrentino, Director of Engineering at Grammarly
► Who will be interested: Software engineers of all levels working on web, mobile, or desktop
► Where: Online
► When: January 21, 6 p.m. (Kyiv time)
► Language: English
► Registration: forms.gle/PeMxgz6K9aK2yZov5
The event is free with mandatory registration. Please look out for a confirmation email with all necessary information, including a link to online streaming. We will start sending confirmation emails on January 15.
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►Summary of the talk:
Maintaining front-end systems that take in contributions from hundreds of engineers is difficult to manage. Complexity increases, performance degrades, and the engineering team starts to slow down. In this talk, Nick Sorrentino will discuss Grammarly’s path toward solving this problem, plus his prior roles leading teams to build front-end platforms at scale. He will also cover how to create abstractions at the right level to handle several parallel work streams and set up proper ownership—for both the engineers who maintain the platform and the engineers who contribute features.
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