What is this session about?
Let’s work together in a code-a-long session to build a Green Browser Extension. Follow the ‘bouncing leaf’ in the code and we’ll have a browser extension built in no time. This extension will call the C02Signal API to check the carbon intensity of your part of the world. You can install it in Edge, Chrome, and Firefox, and always have a datapoint at your fingertips to check whether your region is experiencing intense carbon usage. Use this extension to make informed decisions on when to consume electricity.
Who is it aimed at?
Students who enjoy building for the web or who want to learn more about this activity, or those with an environmental focus.
Why should I attend?
If you are curious about building a browser extension but never had time to try, let’s work together to build one and use it right away for good!
For more on this series, visit https://aka.ms/ReactorGreenTech
Jen Looper | Cloud Developer Advocate Lead
Jen Looper is a Google Developer Expert and a Cloud Developer Advocate Lead at Microsoft on the Academic Team with over 20 years’ experience as a web and mobile developer, specializing in creating cross-platform mobile and web apps. She’s a multilingual multiculturalist with a passion for hardware hacking, mobile apps, Vue.js, machine learning and discovering new things every day. With a PhD in medieval French literature, Jen’s area of focus is currently in digital humanities by way of applied machine learning, applying new techniques to rediscover ancient artifacts. She is the founder and CEO of Front-End Foxes, Inc., an international nonprofit charity that promotes diversity in front-end developer communities. Visit Front-End Foxes Inc at https://www.frontendfoxes.org and learn about our bootcamp for women at https://frontendfoxes.school. Visit Jen’s personal site at https://www.jenlooper.com, or connect via Twitter @jenlooper.
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Before we will go over the builder design pattern, let’s briefly go over design patterns in general.
A design pattern is a general and reusable solution for common problems you may encounter when designing your software. Each design pattern solves a different problem and can be customized to your use case with much ease.
One of the main reasons we need design patterns is to make our software very changeable, so it will be maintainable and will support future changes.
All software programs have to change and modify or they will cease to exist. The amount of time we spend on maintaining a software program is bigger than the amount of time it takes us to develop the program.