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ACS Masterclass: Build & Deploy a Full-Stack Web App

Discover how you can save hundreds of engineering hours with a simple addition to your tech stack. This code-along masterclass is designed for all the software engineers and database administrators who are struggling to deploy critical web applications on schedule.

Event Start: Thu 15 Feb 02:00 AM
Event Finish: Thu 15 Feb 03:00 AM


Registration End Date: Wed 14 Feb 10:00 PM

<em>*If you are not a current ACS member, you will be asked to &#39;create an account&#39;. Your details will be used for registration processes only. If you experience technical issues, please contact</em><br><br>Discover how you can save hundreds of engineering hours with a simple addition to your tech stack. This code-along masterclass is designed for all the software engineers and database administrators who are struggling to deploy critical web applications on schedule. Dominik Keller, CEO and Co-Founder, Five and Pranoy Sarkar Five&#39;s product advocate, will demonstrate how you can build and deploy a full stack web application in just over 30 minutes. <br><br>Participants need to download and install Five <u><strong>prior to the session</strong></u> in order to follow along.<br><a href="" target="_blank"></a><br><strong>This is a large file, please download well in advance of the webinar to avoid delays.</strong><br><br>Outline:<br>1.    Rapid App Development Platforms<br>2.    Building an Application in Five<br>    a. Managing Your Data: Creating a SQL database and connecting to REST APIs<br>    b. Building out the App: Forms, charts, dashboards and reports<br>    c. Adding Logic: Writing JavaScript Functions<br>    d. Stay on top of the development process: audit trail and debugging<br><br><br><br>** If you are not an ACS member, please contact <u><strong></strong></u> to register - with your name, email address, phone number, and organisation.

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Dominik Keller

Dominik Keller

CEO and Co-Founder, Five

Domik Keller is one of Five's co-founders and the CEO of the company. Prior to Five, he worked at a German construction software company in Hong Kong, and served on the board of various software and technology companies in India, Germany and Hong Kong. Though not a programmer by education, Dom enjoys learning about up-and-coming technologies by listening to software engineering podcasts, or by reading programming books. He also regularly writes about technology, low code and programming on Five's blog.

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Pranoy Sarkar

Pranoy Sarkar

Product Advocate, Five

Pranoy Sarkar is Five's product advocate. Five is an Australian low-code company headquartered in Brisbane. Pranoy wrote his first line of code when he was 12 years old. He also graduated from the University of Queensland with a degree in Software Engineering. When not developing web applications using Five's low-code code environment, he likes to code in JavaScript, TypeScript, CSS and C# to build full-stack applications.

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Pavel Zemnukhov

Pavel Zemnukhov

Data Engineer, Department of Resources (Queensland Government); ACS QLD Emerging Professionals Committee Member

With a background in international logistics, Pavel made a career transition to pursue his passion for technology, earning a Master of IT degree from Monash University in Melbourne. Since joining the Department of Resources and moving to Brisbane in December 2022, Pavel has been actively involved in the ACS QLD Community. Currently, he is engaged in a significant data migration project, leveraging Azure technology to drive impactful outcomes at work.

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ACS Masterclass: Build & Deploy a Full-Stack Web App

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