Let's Go on a console.log() Safari 🦏

One of the first things we learn in JavaScript is console.log(). Yet this belies the true complexity of its behavior. What exactly does console.log() do, anyways? (The short answer: it depends!) Adorn your pith and get in the jeep because we’re about to explore console.log() and maybe learn a few things about streams, browsers and JavaScript engines along the way!

Our speaker

Tyler Lane @tylerlanecodes on Twitter
Tyler Lane Tyler Lane graduated with a degree in Computer Science from Eckerd College. They have worked as a professional web developer for over six years and have taught software engineering at both Austin Coding Academy and General Assembly. They also produce the annual Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, which starts next week! Tyler is non-binary and uses they/them pronouns 😊

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Afterwards, the discussion carries on a few blocks away at Lavaca Street Bar where they have food, drinks, and 12 revolving taps.

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