The workshop is taught by Kristian Freeman: React developer, trainer, and organizer of Byteconf. Kristian has been teaching this workshop in-person for almost two years at companies like American Express, Best Buy, and Choice Hotels.
Here's what previous students have said about this workshop:
The exercises were great, well-paced, and created in a way that makes you understand the point or the lecture that you just received.
Kristian was very clear, and addressed questions and problems efficiently. The exercises were well thought out, with lots of hands-on time.
Kristian is passionate about what he's doing – this made each lecture that much more enjoyable.
The workshop assumes that participants have little or no experience with React, and introduces developers to React by building a small React application. In doing so, we’ll explore the theory behind React as a framework, and how to build complex applications using React components. The workshop will alternate between lectures and hands-on "labs", where you'll get an opportunity to write code and ask questions. There are only thirty slots available for this training workshop, so that Kristian can properly attend to questions from each student, if needed!
Participants will receive PDF copies of the workshop slides, as well as all code written as part of the workshop.