React Remote Conf

OCT 26-28 2016



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OCT 26-28 2016 12:00-16:30 EDT

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Speakers

We've got the best of the best!

Maurice de Beijer

Maurice de Beijer


Joey Di Nardo

Joey Di Nardo


Dustan Kasten

Dustan Kasten


Nader Dabit

Nader Dabit


Charles Max Wood

Charles Max Wood


Tim Caswell

Tim Caswell


Ken Wheeler

Ken Wheeler


Dan Nolan

Dan Nolan


Brian Douglas

Brian Douglas


Gant Laborde

Gant Laborde


Peter Piekarczyk

Peter Piekarczyk


Schedule

October
26
12 - 4:30PM EST
October
27
12 - 4:30PM EST
October
28
12 - 4:30PM EST

Igniting Mobile Development

Oct 26, 2016 12:00 PM EST

Jumping into React Native isn’t a simple task. You don’t need to be start in the deep end alone. Best practices have been battle tested and updated in app after app, so where’s the boilerplate? Ignite attempts to give you best practices from multiple apps in a clean and generated way. You’re only a command away from beginning your own React app with all the tools and examples you’ll need.

About The Speaker

Gant Laborde
Gant Laborde

Gant Laborde is a New Orleans native, born and raised. He grew up with hurricanes (not the drink), rich New Orleans culture, and as a free tour guide for all his out-of-state friends. Over the years he’s seen his city experience, corruption, flooding, heartbreak, and most importantly, revived-determination. “New Orleans doesn’t know how to quit” Gant says, “that’s why I love it.” Gant firmly believes conflict abets passion, a fire always moves fastest uphill. As tech lead for the San Francisco company Infinite Red, Gant works remotely from his home and uses his self-managed autonomy to explore a variety of leadership arts. Besides managing the all-remote team from around the world, Gant has become a published author, adjunct professor, volunteer mentor, and a speaker at conferences world-wide. Each day, Gant refines what leadership means as he strives to bridge the gap the theory and the concrete. He voraciously consumes self-help books and online lectures, which he incorporates into his everyday processes. Focus on personal enthusiasm and motivation to lead projects, workshops, and teams is the bedrock of success. He refines these skills as often as possible at his local Advanced Toastmasters club, of which he is the President.


Building large scalable mission critical business applications on the web

Oct 26, 2016 1:00 PM EST

Building small to medium size business applications with web technologies isn't terribly hard. It has been done lots of times and there is plenty of documentation on what works well and what doesn't work quite as well. Building really large, complex, distributed and mission critical business applications is quite something else though. And when you have to contend with poor mobile connectivity in 3rd world countries or out on the open ocean things become really challenging. That doesn't mean that it is impossible, it is just harder to architect and build. In this session Maurice de Beijer will share his experiences in building a globally deployed application used by thousands of people who depend on the availability and proper functioning of the application for a safe work environment.

About The Speaker

Maurice de Beijer
Maurice de Beijer

Maurice de Beijer is an independent software consultant and trainer specializing in HTML5, REST, JavaScript, AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC. He currently teaches ECMAScript, TypeScript, React, AngularJS, Modern Web Development and ASP.NET MVC courses. He has been awarded the yearly Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award since 2005. Maurice is also very active in the Dutch dotNed user group where he regularly organizes meetings and the dotNed-Pluralsight study group meetings.


React Internals

Oct 26, 2016 2:30 PM EST

Have you ever wanted to contribute to React but didn’t know how to get started? Or maybe you’ve wanted to write a custom renderer for another environment? While React’s public API has been remarkably stable and constrained over the past few years, the implementation has stayed a fuzzy black box. The good news it that things aren’t that scary. This talk will give you a working knowledge of the major ideas in how React Core is structured in addition to how core and renderers integrate. You will leave this talk empowered to engage with React Core—whether to implement a custom renderer or become a contributer to React itself.

About The Speaker

Dustan Kasten
Dustan Kasten

Can I provide this later? This is a very poorly thought out on the fly description. --- Dustan Kasten a husband and father who plays with code for a living. Having been a UI Engineer over the past few years, he’s taken quite the liking to React since their first introduction. Living outside Charlotte, NC, he organizes CharlotteJS and Skookum Tech Talks. He spends his days at Walmart Labs enjoying and contributing to the React takeover tour.


Upgrade Your Team: A Method for Building Better Teams

Oct 26, 2016 3:30 PM EST

When we talk about how our teams work, we usually lean on agile and hope they have a good team lead. However, Building an awesome team isn't just about having a good leader and regular retrospectives. Our teams need to be about helping programmers be better people and about building better long-term strategies that go beyond the sprint. This talk digs into how we can aim for the kinds of team and personal interactions we dream about.

About The Speaker

Charles Max Wood
Charles Max Wood

Charles Max Wood is the host of JavaScript Jabber and 4 other podcasts at http://devchat.tv. He loves talking to Programmers and helping them learn and get ahead in their careers.


Revision Studio

Oct 27, 2016 12:00 PM EST

TBD

About The Speaker

Tim Caswell
Tim Caswell

TBD


Navigation in React Native: Examining and Understanding the Options

Oct 27, 2016 1:00 PM EST

The React Native ecosystem is rapidly evolving, and with this evolution comes new and interesting ideas around routing and navigation in React Native. We will explore all of the current native solutions for routing and will also dive into other open source options, as well as Navigator Experimental, a new api that will probably replace the current Navigator.

About The Speaker

Nader Dabit
Nader Dabit

Nader Dabit is a Software Developer at SchoolStatus. He also is the cofounder of Code South Labs, Mississippi's first coding school, and is currently authoring React Native in Action for Manning publications, due out in MEAP in June 2016. You also may know Nader as the co-host of React Native Radio on DevChat.tv.


Strengthening the Unicorns and Empowering Designers with React

Oct 27, 2016 2:30 PM EST

React has enabled Frontend developers to become better JavaScript developers. But better JavaScript creates a tougher environment for Designers. Find out a few ways we empowered our Design to stop writing jQuery and finally start writing React Components.

About The Speaker

Brian Douglas
Brian Douglas

Brian Douglas is a Full Stack Developer at Netlify, where he mainly does React things. He originally got his start with Web Development with Rails 3 years ago and has learned how to do a little more than that since.


Making Dope Beats with React Music

Oct 27, 2016 3:30 PM EST

In this talk I'd like to show how to make music with my new library https://github.com/FormidableLabs/react-music/

About The Speaker

Ken Wheeler
Ken Wheeler

Director of Open Source at Formidable.


From fatigue to revenue-generating

Oct 28, 2016 12:00 PM EST

There are so many cool things happening in the Javascript realm right now. Cool frameworks, components, libraries, etc. Cool companies are releasing cool products for you to deploy at your own cool company. But cool products can also induce a word that we-all-hate-to-use: fatigue. Let’s get practical, spin up a project and get to work. Let’s go from fatigued engineers to revenue-generating ones.

About The Speaker

Peter Piekarczyk
Peter Piekarczyk

TBD


Digging through React Source Code

Oct 28, 2016 1:00 PM EST

Implementing a framework is just like inheriting code when joining a team or company. Hopefully the inherited code is foundationally sound and we don’t have to change much; so we can focus on building really great stuff on top of it. However, the most effective developers are the ones who can program abstractly at a high level while still fundamentally understanding what’s going on at that lower level. Let’s not be afraid to roll up our sleeves and get our hands dirty. Let’s go digging through react source code!

About The Speaker

Dan Nolan
Dan Nolan

Implementing a framework is just like inheriting code when joining a team or company. Hopefully the inherited code is foundationally sound and we don’t have to change much; so we can focus on building really great stuff on top of it. However, the most effective developers are the ones who can program abstractly at a high level while still fundamentally understanding what’s going on at that lower level. Let’s not be afraid to roll up our sleeves and get our hands dirty. Let’s go digging through react source code!


TBD

Oct 28, 2016 2:30 PM EST

TBD

About The Speaker

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Unifying Design and the Front-End with React and Atomic Components

Oct 28, 2016 3:30 PM EST

Designed by Brad Frost and Dave Olsen, atomic design is a “methodology for creating design systems” with five distinct levels or ‘building blocks’, which, when combined, create semantic, contextual relationships between interface objects. We’re going to explore how these organizing principles are a natural fit for building interfaces in React, and how with a few tweaks we can begin to contextualize entire interfaces semantically and intuitively, increasing productivity and reducing the noise that often exists between design and implementation.

About The Speaker

Joey Di Nardo
Joey Di Nardo

Joey Di Nardo is a Sr. JavaScript Developer at Langa, a Node and Front-End consultancy based out of Norfolk, VA. He is a core contributor to the TrailsJS framework and organizer of FEZ, a front-end meetup focused on staying relevant while mitigating framework fatigue.


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