⚛ React.js & React Native Berlin Meetup at NewStore

⚛ React.js & #reactnative Berlin Meetup at NewStore

  • Thanks to the great speakers, companies and community within less than 6 month the React Native Berlin Meetup became the

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  • With React Native you can build fast Native iOS, Android and Windows Mobile Apps.
  • We are happy to see you at our next React Native Berlin meetup.
  • Topics all about React Native: Building native iOS, Windows & Android Apps, using GraphQL, live-coding, out-of-the-box and custom animations, building react native apps interactively (Language agnostic: ReactJS, AngularJS, PhP, Ruby, Python, HTML, CSS), push notification with Swift-Javascript, Redux, Meteor, Games, ClojureScript, TypScript, ES6, ES7, integration of APIs (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat, eBay, WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Paypal, Stripe third party websites), web, hybrid apps and ionic, mobile marketing, sales and analytics, big data, databases, fintech, ecommerce, fashiontech, listing, search engine, apple and google store optimisation, fast test minimum viable product (idea to MVP, Lean startup) for startups, develop innovative technology, Navigator, NavigationExperimental, ExNavigation, React Native Router, and React Native Navigation, drawing charts in react native, testing, prototyping in react native + recommend a further topics you are interested in.
  • • Is your company interested in sponsoring React Native Berlin?

React Native Berlin Meetup at NewStore

19.00 – 19.30: Arrivals
19.30 – 19:35: Introduction by NewStore & Markus Lühmann, Founder & CEO of Galaxonic
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Why Code Reviews are Important – David Leger – Medium

Why Code Reviews are Important  #softwaredevelopment #react #learningtocode #reactjs

  • Why Code Reviews are ImportantAh code reviews… That dreadful, tedious task that interrupts your focus and takes time away from meaningful work.
  • I can’t count how many times my code has sat in PR (pull request, if you’re unfamiliar with git lingo), lonely and waiting for approval by my fellow developers.
  • It’s understandable that people put off code review for the reasons I mentioned above and many more.As a junior developer (which I still am), I felt similarly towards code reviews.
  • However what I didn’t understand at the time was that the code review was more for me than it was for them.This became clear to me while I was reviewing a PR from a senior developer one day.
  • It’s hard to pick up on best practices on your own (at least I thought so), so being able to see how more experienced developers write components is a great way to learn how to write better code.Once I was able to see code reviews as a learning opportunity rather than a check on my coworkers’ code, I was able to gain a lot of value from them.

Ah code reviews… That dreadful, tedious task that interrupts your focus and takes time away from meaningful work. I can’t count how many times my code has sat in PR (pull request, if you’re…
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