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CityJS March Meetup

A brief intro to (Dependency) Graphs // Andreas Kollegger

Dependency graphs are a type of directed graph used to represent relationships between elements in a system or a dataset. In a dependency graph, nodes represent elements, and edges represent dependencies between them. Each edge points from a dependent node to a parent node, indicating that the dependent node relies on the parent node to function or exist.
Together, we’ll validate our dependency resolution intuitions by looking more closely at the explicit patterns that emerge in those graphs

Binary Management Introduction for JS Developers: “A Journey of a Thousand Binaries” // Ixchel Ruiz

In this workshop, we will explore some important concepts about dependency management. We all use software dependencies as part of our ongoing daily work. Those fundamental parts of our software can be used at different stages of the development lifecycle: development, runtime execution, and testing. Every time we add one new dependency to our project we need to think about the consequences in the long run. The concerns are considerable from security to maturity, to the level of dependency and type of dependency. In this workshop we will introduce several Best Practices for selecting, managing, scanning, and maintaining control of our dependencies in addition to that we will use several tools on the NPM domain to help us with our dependency resolution and management process.
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