Tarun Kumar at the Component Driven Development Using React.js Meetup

On June 29th, Tarun Kumar spoke at Component Driven Development Using React.js at 3Pillar Global’s office in Noida, India. Component Driven Development Using React.js is a Meetup aimed at the growth of the React.js community in Noida.

Tarun kicked off the Meetup with an overview of component-oriented web development. His talk included: the journey of the front end, server vs. client-side rendering, what a component is and why we use components in development, and component-based vs. MVC design. At the end of the presentation, a brief Q&A session was held.

Tarun Kumar is a Senior Technical Lead at 3Pillar Global. He has over 8 years of experience in design, development, and support for various high-traffic, real-time web applications across various domains using both open source and Microsoft technologies. He also has expertise in agile development methodologies and test-driven development (TDD).

Check out the full video of Tarun’s presentation:

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