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March 7 - 12

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React has fundamentally changed the way we think about and build user interfaces.

-Tom Occhino, Manager of the React Team at Facebook

ABOUT

Developers from around the world will descend on Silicon Valley for Facebook’s React Conf on March 13-14.

Reactathon is a week of community-run events in San Francisco leading up to the conference.

GOALS

  • checkmarkBuild Community
  • checkmarkEducate Newcomers
  • checkmarkShowcase the Experts
  • checkmarkFurther Empower the Advanced
  • checkmarkFun!

Meetup

Tuesday, March 7

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

An evening of socializing, networking, and technical presentations

Featuring

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Imad Elyafi

Front-end Engineer

Pinterest

How We Migrated Pinterest Profiles to React

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Justin Bachorik

Lead Web Developer

NPR

Modernizing Legacy Codebases

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Harry Tormey

Software Engineer

Mobile

When To Go Native Over Javascript

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David Wells

Software Engineer

Serverless

Scalabale Static Sites with React & Phenomic

Register Free
Food & Drink Provided
Presented By
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Workshops

March 7 - 10

Learn from Leaders in the Field

Choose your workshops a la carte, or select tracks for multi-day instruction and discounts.

Please note: ALL of our workshops assume that you are comfortable using JavaScript.
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Ben Ilegbodu

Lead Front-end Engineer

Eventbrite

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Brian Douglas

Senior Engineer

Netlify

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Berkeley Martinez

CTO

freeCodeCamp

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Muhsin Abdul-Musawwir

Front-end Engineer

Esurance

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David Wells

Software Engineer

Serverless

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Mike Grabowski

CTO

Callstack.io

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BEGINNER

ES.next Fundamentals

Ben Ilegbodu

Lead Front-end Engineer, Eventbrite

March 7
Learn how to write cleaner code using arrow functions, destructuring, rest parameters, and other ES.next features to improve your developer speed, functionality, and maintainability.
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Ben is a Christian, a husband and a father of 2 with 10+ years of experience developing user interfaces for the Web. He currently leads and manages Eventbrite’s Frontend Platform team. On the side, Ben also enjoys playing basketball, DIY, watching movies, and blogging. He blogs at (benmvp.
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BEGINNER

React.js Fundamentals

Brian Douglas

Senior Engineer, Netlify

March 7
Learn the basics of building Composable UIs in React, by building a real-world application to explore best practices styling, testing, and managing data inside React Components.
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Brian is a developer at Netlify, where he was first hired to convert their Angular app to React. Since then he has been working heavily on multiple React apps using Redux, GraphQL/Relay, and a variety of solutions for styling.
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INTERMEDIATE

Integrate Redux into your React App

Berkeley Martinez

CTO, freeCodeCamp

March 8
Simplify your state management and application scalability with the most popular implementation of the Flux architecture, Redux. Learn Redux as we integrate it into a full-stack application boilerplate.
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Berkeley is the CTO of freecodecamp.com, a free online community for learning full-stack web development where students garner real-world experience by engineering solutions for nonprofit companies.
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INTERMEDIATE

Webpacking

Muhsin Abdul-Musawwir

Front-end Engineer, Esurance

March 9
Set yourself apart and take control of the most popular module bundler for React apps - Webpack. While others struggle to reconfigure their boilerplate code, you'll be writing custom solutions to be ahead of the game.
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Muhsin "Moose" is a Front End Engineer at Esurance Working in React and Node. He has a passion for tooling, workflows, awesome build pipelines, and learning/teaching new technologies.
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INTERMEDIATE

Serverless Apps with AWS Lambda & React

David Wells

Software Engineer, Serverless

March 9
AWS Lambda takes cloud computing to the next level by empowering you to run full-stack applications without the need to provision or manage servers. The Serverless Framework is an open source technology that facilitates building serverless architectures on Lambda & more.
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David is a full stack developer at Serverless, Inc. in San Francisco. He is passionate about developer experience and creating products that are powerful and easy to use.
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INTERMEDIATE

Going Native with React

Mike Grabowski

CTO, Callstack.io

March 10
React Native is the framework for building native applications for iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile with only JavaScript. With React Native you can learn once and write anywhere.
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Mike is a React Native Core Contributor and Co-Founder at Callstack.io - a React Native dev shop based in Europe delivering great React experience to people all over the globe.
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ADVANCED

RxJS & Redux-Observable

Berkeley Martinez

CTO, freeCodeCamp

March 10
Take your React & Redux apps to the next level. Learn to perform asynchronous data-fetching and server-side rendering, among other benefits, with RxJS Observables.
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Berkeley is the CTO of freecodecamp.com, a free online community for learning full-stack web development where students garner real-world experience by engineering solutions for nonprofit companies.
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Workshops are made possible thanks in part to our venue sponsors:

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Hiring Mixer

Friday, March 10

6:30PM - 9:30PM

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Hackathon

Saturday, March 11 - Sunday, March 12

9:00AM-8:00PM

Come hack with some incredible APIs, build a startup, or join a team to improve your skills.

The goal of this hackathon is to foster collaboration and learning as much as competition.

Hackathon Registration Now Open

Developers, Designers, and Entrepreneurs Welcome

Register Free

Food & Drink Provided

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