- Reactathon: The San Francisco React Conference
Reactathon is back for its fifth and biggest edition yet! This year we're at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square and are expecting 500 attendees. We have an amazing, packed lineup for you that will satisfy your curiosity and help you to bring back lessons and inspiration to the office. Head to https://www.reactathon.com to see the full schedule. Featured Speakers: - Guillermo Rauch, Founder & CEO of ZEIT - Kent C. Dodds, notable JS/React instructor - Naomi Meyer, Software Engineer at Adobe - Cassidy Williams, Instructor & Developer at React Training - Evan Bacon, Open Source Developer at Expo - Daria Caraway, Software Engineer at Workday - Tejas Kumar, Head of Vetting at G2i - Wes Bos, Engineer & Entrepreneur at WesBos.com - Jana Beck, Data Visualization Engineer at Stitch Fix - David Khourshid, Software Engineer at Microsoft - Swizec Teller, Software Engineer at Yup Technologies - Christian Nwamba, Sofrtware Engineer at Microsoft - Alex Krolick, Software Engineer at Box - Becca Bailey, Software Engineer at Formidable - Bryan Manuele, Software Engineer at Flexport - Brian Leroux, CTO at Begin - Lydia Hallie, Independent Software Engineer - Scott Tolinski, Engineer & Entrepreneur at Level Up Tutorials - Ryan Florence, co-founder and CEO of React Training - Anjana Vakil, Software Engineer at Mapbox Special Event Appearances by: - Lee Byron, co-creator of GraphQL - Chantastic - Host of the React Podcast - Lauren Tan - Former engineering manager at Netflix - JJ Kasper - Next.js co-maintainer & engineer & ZEIT - Joe Haddad - Next.js co-maintainer & engineer & ZEIT - Chris on Code - Founder of Scotch.io - Muhsin Abdul-Musawwir - Engineer at Slack - Matt McClure - Co-founder of Mux - Eve Porcello - Instructor at Moon Highway - Ben Awad - YouTuber & Teacher - Ryan Burgess - Co-host of the Frontend Happy Hour, engineering manager at Netlfix - Jonathan Cutrell - Host of the Devloper Tea podcast & Engineering Manager at Tesorio - Tanmai Gopal - Co-Founder of Hasura - Swyx Wang - DX Engineer at Netlify - Pete Hunt - Engineering Manager at Twitter, former React Core Workshops From: - Kent C. Dodds - Eve Porcello - Swizec Teller - Ben Ilegbodu Sponsorships: A few package (exhibiting) sponsorships remain, and a number of other options. Contact [masked] to learn more. Get tickets: You can learn more and get tickets at https://www.reactathon.com . Please note that an RSVP on meetup does not grant you admission.
- Online React workshops from Kent C. Dodds, Eve Porcello, Swizec, & Ben Ilegbodu
Note: These workshops are now online! Join notable engineers & instructors Kent C. Dodds, Eve Porcello, Swizec Teller, or Ben Ilegbodu for a full-day workshop before the Reactathon conference. Learn more & get tickets at https://www.reactathon.com/workshops Please note that an RSVP on meetup does not grant you admission. If you'd like to host a workshop at your office, and get discounts and other incentives, contact [masked] /////////////////////////////////////////////// Kent C. Dodds - React Suspense Advanced In this workshop, you will: - Know how Suspense works fundamentally - Be able to write your own Suspense-based abstraction - Understand the benefits and how to of 'render as you fetch' - Know how to use useTransition and useDeferredValue effectively - Know how to write your own cache for suspense-based abstractions - Know how to use to coordinate multiple suspending components /////////////////////////////////////////////// Swizec Teller - Build a Modern Web App with React, GraphQL, & Serverless Intermediate/Advanced In this workshop, you will learn: - How to set up a static-first webapp with Gatsby - Why that’s important for SEO and speed scores - How to build good looking UIs without design skills - How to move some functionality to the backend using a serverless approach - How to use serverless to store user data - Using GraphQL to query your data - How to add user authentication - How to monetize your creation /////////////////////////////////////////////// Eve Porcello - GraphQL for React Devs Intermediate In this workshop, we will cover: - GraphQL Overview - Understanding GraphQL Clients - Setting Up Apollo Client - Fetching Data in React Components - Apollo Codegen with TypeScript /////////////////////////////////////////////// Ben Ilegbodu - Intro to Modern React with Hooks Beginner/Intermediate In this workshop, you will learn how to: - Write readable, reusable and composable components - Use JSX syntax - Work with the Virtual DOM - Handle user interactions and synthetic events - Maintain application state - Make API calls - Apply component styling - Handle HTML forms & form elements - And more Learn more & get tickets at https://www.reactathon.com/workshops
- Partner event: JAMstack_conf 2019
- React + D3; Observables & RxJS
- Partner Event: Open Core Summit
Real World React is excited to sponsor this new event franchise, the Open Core Summit! Outside registration required at https://opencoresummit.com. We have discounts for RWR members: RWR25 (25% off, 10 available) RWR10 (10% off, unlimited) Free (2 available for underrepresented in tech - please contact [masked] for more info to apply) The Open Core Summit is a who's who of Founders, CEOs, top engineers, and investors eager to embrace the Open Core model -- where all of your code is open source except your business strategy, such as your data or an enterprise service. If you're interested in open source, monetizing open source, and products or services, then you should definitely join us at this event!
- Inclusive Architecture, Building Serverless Backends
- Reactathon - Conference
Update: Schedule now live at https://www.reactathon.com/schedule IMPORTANT: This event requires outside paid registration. An RSVP on meetup does not guarantee you entry. Head to https://www.reactathon.com to purchase your ticket. Reactathon is back for 2019 and bigger than ever! With speakers including Jen Luker, Shawn Swyx Wang, Jay Phelps, Jenn Creighton, Emily Plummer, Wes Bos and more! Don't miss out on this fun and educational event. See the full lineup and schedule at https://www.reactathon.com Events: Welcome Reception Mingle with other engineers, speakers, workshop instructors, and sponsors over food and drinks. Six 10-minute lightning talks, and topic tables. Topic Tables Informal sessions to get up close and personal with speakers, workshop instructors, and other experts on a specific subject. Conference A full day of talks heavy on content, applicability, and originality. With over 10 speakers discussing a variety of subjects, you're sure to learn many things to implement back at the office. Hiring Mixer Looking for your next job? Or out to get your first? Come to the hiring mixer where you'll meet some of the Bay Area's hottest companies. Free for hireable developers. Workshops From 4 hour workshops on the basics to full-day workshop on advanced topics, you'll learn in hours what our instructors have mastered over years. Learn more at https://www.reactathon.com/workshops Sponsors Interested in sponsoring the React.js event of the year? Contact [masked]
- React.js Hiring Mixer
The Reactathon hiring mixer is back for 2019! Come mingle with some of the Bay Area's hottest companies. Find your next job or your first! IMPORTANT: Outside registration is required to attend. An RSVP on meetup does NOT guarantee you entry. Please RSVP on Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hiring-mixer-reactathon-2019-san-francisco-tickets-57638511339 FAQ How much does it cost? Free for hireable developers. Which companies are hiring? Lending Club, Netlify, Gusto, Flexport, Eventbrite, and more. Do I have to know React? No. Although most of the companies in attendance are using React on the front-end, they also use a lot of other tools and technologies, in various ways. So if you have other skills to offer, then by all means, come and join us. However, if you're new to React and want to learn it, we encourage you to check the workshops offered throughout the week at reactathon.com Will there be food and drinks? Yes and yes. Is my information safe on the Eventbrite sign-up page? Yes. We understand that some people prefer confidentiality. We will not give, sell, or share any information submitted to the Hiring Mixer sign-up. So if you sign up and choose not to show up, no one will ever know but the Real World React team, and we give you our pledge to not disclose it, ever, to anyone other than the companies at the hiring mixer. If you want more confidentiality, see the "Remote Apply" option. Can I apply remotely? Yes. Select the "REMOTE hiring mixer" ticket. As a remote applicant, we will email you following the event with a full list of companies. You can choose to select the companies you wish to apply to, or ignore the email for the default of sharing your information with all companies in attendance. Can't make it in person? Want to pick and choose which companies get to see your CV? Select the REMOTE hiring mixer ticket below. Looking to hire front-end engineers? Interested in sponsoring a table? Contact [masked] to exhibit at the mixer!
- Hooks + Three.js, Unicode, React + Typescript, & Building a startup in 1 day
General Assembly - San Francisco