Mo Khazali
Mo Khazali
Mo is the Head of Mobile and a Tech Lead at Theodo UK, having worked on several projects with startups and established enterprises to create cross-platform mobile application in React Native. He's passionate about React Native, MobileDevOps, and pushing the boundaries of combining code across web and mobile. Before joining Theodo, Mo was a full-stack developer at Nasdaq. He is a graduate from the University of Edinburgh.
React Advanced Conference 2023React Advanced Conference 2023
“Microfrontends” for Mobile in React Native
Scaling has always been an issue in software development. Architects have been grappling to solve this problem on many layers. In the early 2000s, a concept of “micro-services” started popping up - a system could be split up by business domain into a number of smaller loosely-coupled services. 
More recently, this concept has started being adopted by the frontend community. An app could be split into multiple sub-apps, each with their own teams, technologies, and codebases. Companies like Spotify, Amazon, and Microsoft have adopted this approach and it has helped them scale even faster.
In the world of mobile development, the question arises: “Can we create Microfrontends for mobile apps?”.
TechLead Conference 2023TechLead Conference 2023
32 min
Why Leetcode is Dead and Pair Programming for Interviews is the Way Forward
We’ve all experienced the job application which required us to do an online coding test. You have to brush up on your algorithms, data structures, time complexity, and by the end of it you’re cramming as if it was a university exam! Now that we’re the ones usually interviewing candidates, a good question to ask is: “are online coding tests the best indicator of a candidate’s proficiency and competence?” In this talk, we’ll explore:
- The pitfalls of Leetcode-like tests
- What we should be looking for in candidates
- How pair programming is the best way to see how a candidate would work with the team
- Plus a little mini demo on a remote pair programming interview