- 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
- React & Accessibility, State Machines, Updating Legacy Code, & React Native
- JAMstack Hackathon @GitHub
We are partnering with FreeCodeCamp, Netlify, and GitHub for a hackathon on all things JAMstack as part of JAMstack_conf 2018. What is the JAMstack? It's an architectural design philosophy that leverages modern front-end tools with APIs, microservices, and serverless functions instead of web servers. In this workflow, front-end developers are empowered with fullStack-devops capabilities, without the cost or headache of added infrastructure. As you may have already guessed, the JAMstack is perfect for a hackathon, where you build a modern front-end coupled with powerful APIs. The hackathon is free to attend, but requires an application process to prove that you're serious about attending. Learn more and sign up at https://jamstackconf.com/#hackathon NOTE: Outside registration is required for this event. Your RSVP on meetup does not grant you entry.
- JAMstack Conf 2018
Front-end engineers have become more powerful in the last 5 years than in the previous 20. We can now build full-stack applications leveraging modern front-end tools, APIs, microservices, and serverless architecture. This is known as the JAMstack. JAMstack Conf is a celebration of today’s modern web technologies — and the engineers and companies who are pushing the boundaries of tomorrow’s web architecture. Attend this premier event in the heart of San Francisco to learn how to build modern web projects that run without web servers. Featured speakers: Monica Dinculescu - Google Chris Coyier - CSS Tricks/Codepen Wes Bos - Syntax.fm Jessica Lord - Splice ...and more! You can see the full lineup and buy tickets at https://jamstackconf.com . Use the code RWR20 for an exclusive 20% off the ticket price! Come and learn how your company can save time, money, and improve the developer + CMS experience by adopting a modern workflow on the JAMstack!
- Reactathon Conf
GitHub is hosting us for a special edition of Reactathon! Come mingle with and learn from some of the biggest names in the JS/React community. Speakers include Brian Holt, Lauren Tan, Jen Luker, Laurie Voss, and more! See the full list of speakers and buy tickets at https://www.reactathon.com
- Partner Meetup: How to be a Manager | Effective cross-team communication
NOTE: This meetup is in partnership with our new group "Developer => Manager/Entrepreneur". RSVP here: https://www.meetup.com/Developer-Manager-Entrepreneur/events/252676757/ Schedule: 5:30pm - 6:30pm: Food, drinks, social/networking 6:30: Welcome & Introduction 6:35 - 7:20: Talks 7:20 - 7:45: Town Hall Q&A 7:45 - 8:30: Social/networking hour Abstract: We are excited to feature two incredible speakers this evening. Greg Skloot is a successful entrepreneur who recently made the front page of HN with a cool 1,631 points (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17238135) for his thorough blog post "How to be a Manager - a step-by-step guide to leading a team". Becky Roth is product marketing manager for the Expedia Mobile App, and will be sharing her many years of experience with you for effective cross-team communication. We'll hear two presentations from these individuals and then have a town hall panel to get all of your questions answered! Talk 1 Greg Skloot: How to be a Manager @GregSkloot Whether you’re the founder of a startup or a recently promoted manager, leading people can be the #1 hardest challenge on your plate. This talk outlines the nitty gritty details on how to be a successful people manager. I'll go through the 5 step formula that successful leaders use to manage their teams, from establishing great culture to excellent communication. At the end, you'll walk away with real, actionable tactics that you can immediately use with your own team. About Greg Greg Skloot is CEO of Weekly Update, a tool that helps teams improve meetings and communication by sharing short status updates each week. Previously, he was CEO of Attend.com ($3M funding, 30 employees) and VP Growth at Netpulse ($40M funding, 70 employees). Talk 2 Becky Roth: Use Your Words -- Effective cross-team communication @BeccaJean51 At Expedia, we’re working on projects that span a huge array of organizational functions: engineering, marketing, PM, customer service, finance, and legal. This diverse groupset is further complicated by the diversity among individuals, spanning a from new employees working on implementation to C-Suite leadership. In this talk, you’ll learn how to identify the needs and motivations of the people you're speaking with, how to craft the perfect message to make sure that you are effective & persuasive, and ultimately how to get what you need. About Becky Becky Roth is a creative and forever-curious product marketing manager for the Expedia Mobile App. She specializes in un-complicating complexity and communicating with customers in simple and easy-to-understand ways. Previously, she has worked on mobile apps for giants including Samsung and AAA, as well as smaller startups, most recently, Rocket Lawyer. She is now working at the intersection of her passion for travel and mobile apps at Expedia. Before going to the tech world, she completed her B.A. at the University of Michigan in Communication and Psychology, received a Master's of Communication at Michigan State University and started her career managing the Michigan State Social Media Research Lab with a focus on online community interaction. In her free time, she enjoys her dog, a good book, and pictures of funny looking animals. Town Hall Q&A Get all of your questions answered from the speakers and a third TBD manager from Expedia! Come prepared with your best questions or just listen in and take notes. Code of Conduct By attending this meetup, you agree to adhere to our Code of Conduct. We abide by the JS Conf Code of Conduct which can be viewed here: https://jsconf.com/codeofconduct.html We will be recording this event. By attending this meetup you consent to have your picture and likeness recorded, which may used for marketing purposes.