Virtual – Aftercamp Meetup – 12 Factor Applications for New’ish Developer
Web Developers who have either self-taught themselves, or those who have graduated from a development boot camp or computer science program.
Those who have a solid foundation on Full-Stack development and are looking to explore the next step.
When you learn about Web Development via school, self-taught, or perhaps a bootcamp, you are tackling all the concepts of full-stack web development. There is so much to learn in that amount of time. From conceptually how the web works, to programming syntax, to the flow of interaction, and so on.
What is missed sometimes in that training, is the bigger picture of how big applications, that teams of developers work on come together. More specifically, the important things to consider when working with that large of an application and team. Finally, what’s important when launching these applications to the broader internet for users to interact with.
The 12 Factor Application pattern has become the new standard in working with Web Applications and Web Applications that leverage the cloud.
In this session, you will learn about the 12 Factor Application pattern. The goal of the session is to gain awareness of each of the 12 patterns that a team should follow when working on Web and Cloud-based applications. This session is meant to give you an edge in understanding what your broader team is considering when working on applications and help you conceptualize how your code fits into that picture.
5 mins – Kick off!
45 mins – Presentation – 12 Factor Applications
Speaker: Scott Bromander
10 mins – Questions and Wrap-up
Director of Engineering and Growth, Artisan Technology Group
Scott is an experienced Web Developer Leader, Developer, Educator, and Learning Experience Designer. He has led agency projects for Fortune 500 companies and has started multiple development bootcamp campuses across the United States. He has 1000’s of hours of speaking experience and is passionate about people and their growth, web and cloud technologies, psychology, neuroscience, and sociology.