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Tech Share: November Recap

Daphne North
Dec 8

At REDspace, knowledge sharing and continuous learning is at the heart of what we do. Every week, our team meets to share tools, resources, and general knowledge about the web and technology industry as a whole. Here’s a monthly recap of some of the topics covered in Tech Shares.

We are fortunate to have a wealth of diverse technical skills and a learning culture that really sets us apart. We love technology and finding new ways to solve problems. This helps us deliver the best solutions in the world to our clients.

In order to maximize this, we facilitate a variety of ways to collaborate and knowledge share within and across different teams. Not only does this keep us at the top of our industry, but it also dramatically helps on-boarding new team members to new projects.

One key way we do this is Tech Shares—a weekly meeting where the REDspace team shares tools, resources, and general knowledge about the web and technology industry as a whole. Here’s a monthly recap of some of the topics covered in November Tech Shares.

 

Highlights from the Next.js Conf Keynote by Chris Burton
NextJS Version 12 is out with a whole slew of great features! With the help of the NextJS Conference team, we learned how we can use new features like Middleware & Edge Functions to send data to our users with speed and personalization.

 

Immutability in JS by Chris Burton
Immutability is one of the core concepts of JavaScript, and we use it daily without even realizing. It can be a confusing concept at first but once you wrap your head around the basics it can be a powerful tool for any developer.

 

React Server Components by Rutul Patel
React Server Components enable developers to build apps that bridge the client and server, combining rich client-side interactions with the performance gains of traditional server rendering. By combining server and client resources, React Server Components enhance the user experience and reduce the load time of your application.

 

Web Workers by Chris Burton
Web workers are designed to run large tasks without freezing up the page for our users. Web Workers can be powerful, but don’t seem to have a big adoption rate. Chris explores where Web Workers fit best in our development process and how we can use them to speed up apps running on low-performance devices.

Want to be part of a collaborative team building custom software solutions that are transforming the future of television, entertainment, and learning? Learn more about a career at REDspace and our current job openings!

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