React JS 2018 Kick-Off Tickets, Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 5:00 PM

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  • 5:30 Pragmatic Patterns For Maintainable React Apps by Steven Hicks Sr.
  • JavaScript Engineer at NM – – 6:00 Building a Website with Gatsby.js by Adam Pritzl Software Consultant at Centare – – The event, food, drinks, and instruction is FREE!
  • Are you building a React app, but struggling to navigate the existing code?
  • Join the conversation with Zach Willard on React 16 to discuss the new features and licensing and how it can have a positive impact on your business and projects.
  • In the last five years, he has also picked up Javascript using a variety of frameworks including AngularJS and React.

Eventbrite – Gufsky presents React JS 2018 Kick-Off – Monday, March 19, 2018 at The Box, Milwaukee, WI. Find event and ticket information.

ReactJS Wisconsin

We are happy to announce that ReactJS Wisconsin is starting the year with a knock your socks off information packed events introducing some NEW speakers and NEW topics.

AGENDA:

5:00 Doors Open: Local Food & Drinks

5:30 Pragmatic Patterns For Maintainable React Apps by Steven Hicks Sr. JavaScript Engineer at NM

6:00 Building a Website with Gatsby.js by Adam Pritzl Software Consultant at Centare

6:30 React 16 & Deploying a React App by Brad Gaynor & Zach Willard Software Developers at Northwestern Mutual

7:00 Networking and React Chatter

The event, food, drinks, and instruction is FREE! Brought to you by our sponsor Northwestern Mutual. Thanks, NM!

Talk Descriptions:

Are you building a React app, but struggling to navigate the existing code? Do you find yourself spending too much time trying to understand what you wrote barely a month ago? Do you lose sleep thinking about that nasty 400-line component that no one wants to touch?

This session will help you tidy up your codebase. We’ll cover a variety of simple patterns and practices for improving the maintainability of your React app. Some questions we’ll answer:

* What features from ES6+ help improve readability?

* How can packing a suitcase help us organize our code better?

* What is the “Ducks” pattern?

* What can we learn about…

React JS 2018 Kick-Off Tickets, Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 5:00 PM