Besides, Everyone knows learning alone is hard.
In fact... It's enough to make a grown person cry!
Social and family oriented developer who's plan to learn React is always swamped by something else.
Developers with ancient framework like jQuery and backbone who know nothing outside of their cubicles.
Developers who are constantly hearing about React, but still don't know what the heck it really is.
Intermediate-level front end developers who are frustrated with unorganized internet resources.
Front end developers who want to upgrade their skill sets to get a raise or apply for better job under a better manager.
Developers with ancient framework like jQuery and backbone who have become "stuck in the mud".
Beginner-level programmers who want to understand core concepts and build something to add to their resume.
Back-end developers who want to shift to the front end and be effective in a short period of time.
This workshop is broken into six modules to make your learning easy and effective.
Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 9:45 AM to 5:00 PM (CST)
( 5 min walking from Merchandise Mart)
Learning modules will be introduced, explained and implemented as you will be building a web app.
You will spend 70% of your day coding, hands on exploring different scenario in a real world application. 20% time on understanding core concepts and rest 10% + extra 1 hour after the workshop to answer your questions.
9.15-9.30: Grab a seat and Ask for Wi-Fi Password and socialize
9.30-10.00: Everyday useful topic: map, filter, reduce, find, JS Event loop
10.00-10.30: prototype based OOP, inheritance, class
10.30-10.50: bind, call, apply, this, pass by ref or value
11.00-11.30: scope, closure, hoisting
11.30-12.00: Dom manipulation, Event bubble
12.00-1.00: Lunch break and QA
1.00-1.30: AJAX, Promise, fetch, RESTFUL, CRUD
1.30-1.50: Cookies, session, local storage, index db
2.00-2.50: ES6, ES7, ES Next module
4.00-4.30: Node, npm, yarn, webpack, HMR
4:30-4.40: lint, unit test, build, Airbnb best practices
He has been giving talks in popular conferences around the world on front end technologies, tools and frameworks. He published two books on programming. He is currently working at Nielsen as their Senior Web Developer.
Surprisingly, he can confirm that he does have time to shower in between all of these activities!
If you want to watch a sample talk/video of this dude, check out this video on Angular 2.
Send him an email: email@example.com. He never stops checking his email, even though he could be sleeping, showering or dropping the kids off at the pool. In fact, the only time he doesn't check his email is when doing all three of these things at the same time!