Creating a Kanban board from scratch using Next.js w/Heegu Park

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In this talk, Heegu Park will walk us through the process of building your own Kanban Board using Node.JS. You will learn how to create a Meistertask like app from scratch in less than 2 hours. You will leave this talk with new technologies and get used to utilizing them into your next real-life project.

Tools/knowledge:

  • TypeScript
  • JavaScript
  • React
  • React Hooks
  • Next.js

About the Presenter:

Heegu Park has 10+ years of experience as a technical project manager in the IT industry. He is a recent coding bootcamp graduate from LearningFuze. He also aquired his MBA @ USC.

Heegu tries to build and publish one application per week and he truly loves coding, enjoys programming, and likes developing new wacky things.

You can connect with Heegu via LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heegupark or check his work posted on his Homepage: https://www.heegu.net

 

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This meet will be hosted via Zoom and is scheduled for Thursday, November 5th with at 7pm PST.

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