We are happy to present you an event that will solve many of your questions around app development strategies and techniques.
ABOUT THIS EVENT:
One of the most important questions when starting a new app project (especially if you are dealing with clients) is what technology to use, React Native or Flutter app development. This event will be based around that discussion.
The first part would be a short introduction to the pros and cons of each technology. The second part would be an open discussion about the problems you are facing and feedback regarding your projects.
– React Native vs Flutter app development
– Open Q&A
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
A few words from Sasha Prokhorenko (Flutter Developer)
As a Software Engineer, I have almost a decade of experience in software engineering and in particular, more than six years in the mobile ecosystem.
I’ve been working for very different products, different markets, and various technologies. For high-profile clients like Philip Morris International, and start-ups on early stages.
Sometimes things that I’ve done get attention from people and even collect awards like Red Dot or Golden Drum.
I am currently a Senior Software Engineer at Heartbeat Labs. This organization is shaping health care for the better.
When I have spare time I produce electronic music, read books, or traveling.
Interests: Rust, Functional Programming, Data Science
Specialties: Flutter, Dart, iOS, Swift, Objective-C, React Native, JS
A few words from André Kovac (React Native Developer)
André Kovac is a freelance full-stack web and mobile developer with a with a strong front-end focus working professionally with React Native since 2015. He moved to Berlin in October to take part at the Entrepreneur First program.
He has a background in Cognitive Science and Applied Mathematics, did research in the area of Artificial Intelligence, but then moved on to mainly work on React and React-Native applications of various sizes. He is former CTO of a SaaS startup in the cultural domain, is the creator of an open-source React-Native bridging module ( https://github.com/Driversnote-Dev/react-native-kontaktio ) and loves to share his passion for tech at meet-ups and tech conferences.
Besides, he regularly gives interactive talks about Artificial Intelligence at Science Slams and tech events throughout Germany and occasionally teaches kids how to program at science festivals.
The event is organised by Aemal and Perjan, members of Factory Berlin, and co-captains of Developers Circle (if you are a member too – you are highly welcomed to join our slack channel #developers-circle in the Factory Berlin slack).
Factory Berlin gathers the most ambitious creators from the tech, creative and corporate industries, curating a diverse community to connect, collaborate and thrive. As a platform for active networking, our digital products, spaces, startup labs, events, and programs encourage new connections to impact our surroundings and world.
Factory Berlin Circles are communities of people united by a single passion, who meet each other on a regular basis to help, inspire and just catch up with each other. Program started organically as a way to bring together experts, and currently, we are having Developers Circle, IoT, Blockchain, Sustainability, Designers, Solopreneurs and more.
ABOUT FACTORY BERLIN CIRCLES:
Growing organically from our members’ desire to connect with one another, Circles are self-organized sub-communities at Factory Berlin, gathered around shared interests, industries, and projects, where members exchange ideas, inspire and support each other.
Alongside regular and casual meetings, the Circles program has evolved to include monthly formal meetups supported by Factory Berlin, where speakers from the wider Factory Berlin network are invited to share their experience and expertise.
ABOUT THE DEVELOPERS CIRCLE:
Join the Developer Circle to share knowledge and content with other members – bounce ideas off with developers in the community, provide feedback, and collaborate on projects.
//Factory Berlin Member tickets are reserved for members of Factory Berlin only. Ticket holders will be asked to show their member identification on the door. Guests with Member tickets who cannot provide member identification will not be admitted or will be required to pay by cash for a public ticket on the door.