React February Meetup

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  • We are looking for a full-stack developer to join our development team.
  • We are looking for a frontend engineer to join our development team.
  • Tech-Nomad – React / React-Native – Flowtype enthusiast
  • JavaScript Frameworks · Functional Programming · Software Development · JavaScript · Web Technology · Web Development · Computer programming · Front-end Development · ReactJS · React Native · Reactive Programming

This time we are going to have three talks by our local heros Ali, Karl and Patrick. In general talks and discussions are not limited to ReactJS and may include related subjects like Elm, RxJS, Redux,
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React Amsterdam

  • Full day conference of all things React 21 of april, Kromhouthal amsterdam
  • React Amsterdam 2017 will take place in the Kromhouthal – former shipbuilding factory at a waterfront of Amsterdam City center.
  • React Amsterdam is a celebration of good things coming together: ReactJS that rocks and spring in Amsterdam that blossoms
  • Head of Open Source, React Native Core Contributor.
  • React Amsterdam is a full day two-track conference on all things React, gathering Front End developers across the globe in the tech heart of Europe.

React Amsterdam is a full day two-track conference of all things React, gathering Front End developers across the globe in the tech heart of Europe. React Amsterdam is a heir to the biggest React community in BeNeLux and we have our priorities straight: only the highest quality content with careful balance of practical and visionary talks.
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Dialed In

Quick #video tutorial on #reactjs and #redux for front-end development

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  • I put together a 10-minute tutorial on Using React JS for Front-End Development .
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  • coding , front-end development , React JS , tutorial , Video

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@bandwidth: “Quick #video tutorial on #reactjs and #redux for front-end development”


I’ve been using React JS for a while now, and it’s helped me a lot in my daily work here at Bandwidth. It’s a framework that helps bring order to the  complexity of modern web app development—and it’s made client-side coding much easier to maintain.


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Pluralsight

Take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library. Register here and join us on 6/23:

  • Carlos Souza is a course instructor at Code School.
  • When he is not typing code at Code School, you may find him speaking at or attending conferences.
  • Working on ES2015, React, Node and Ruby on Rails content for Code School, Carlos has years of experience as a full-stack developer and regularly speaks at conferences and community meetups.
  • Sergio Cruz is an application developer who is passionate about learning and sharing knowledge.
  • We’ll compare React.js to popular alternatives like Angular and jQuery to show why it may make sense for your team to start using React.js in your front-end workflow.

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@pluralsight: “Take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library. Register here and join us on 6/23:”


There are a seemingly endless number of new JavaScript frameworks and libraries to pay attention to and it’s often hard to decide which one is best for your project or workflow. In this screencast, we take an objective look at Facebook’s React.js library and explore its learning curve, performance, and real-world uses by businesses like Paypal and Airbnb. We’ll compare React.js to popular alternatives like Angular and jQuery to show why it may make sense for your team to start using React.js in your front-end workflow.


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