Twitterati rules today's world of frontend: popularity equals life. On the one hand, this is good: you can write your own application without spending money and "rock the world." And on the other hand — now the frontend world is like a line of the famous song: "There are nine million bicycles ..." Is it good or bad? That's what is going to be figured out.
What is a life cycle of technology and is the world really ruled by secret backstage; do React developers really have the highest salaries? In what direction the frontend world goes? In this session, listeners of the talk will see the most interesting examples of frameworks and hear the answers to these and other questions.
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Dart + Angular 2 developer, speaker. For a long time Evgeny was engaged in .NET, Microsoft stack. He worked at Quest Software, then at Dell, where he began to engage in frontend. He went the way from CoffeeScript + Angular 1.0 to Dart + Angular 2.0. Currently Evgeny is working in Wrike (www.wrike.com), the heavy-duty SAAS application with a very rich client code. Wrike team writes on Dart and Angular 2.0 and aims to be up to date with modern trends in the Web world.