Hands-On React (Part 2)

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Hands-On React (Part 2)

Want to learn React? In this meeting we'll have Part 2 of a series on learning this awesome JavaScript framework. This will be a hands-on activity, so bring your laptop and be ready to code. All you need to participate in part 2 is some previous basic react experience or you need to have attended part 1.

Did you miss part 1? If so, we will have a redo of part 1 if enough people are interested. To participate in this, you should have some experience with JavaScript to benefit but otherwise there are no prerequisites other than bringing a laptop. For the best development experience, you'll want to install Node.js and Create React App. If you have trouble getting any of that that installed, come about 45 minutes early and we'll help you get setup. You can use any text editor you want. If you only have a work laptop and can't get anything installed, we will have a web-browser-only option available for you.

Speakers:   Douglas Hirsh and Eric Sowell
Date:   August 1st, 2018
Time:   6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (see here for more detail)
Location:   nThrive - Plano, TX
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Speaker Bio

Douglas Hirsh brings 17 years of professional software development experience. During the day, he is a senior software developer for NectarOM where he helps automate personalization as a service. In his evenings, Douglas works on a project he calls the Deliberate Developer which will help developers learn more efficiently using research-backed techniques. In his spare time, Douglas spends time with his wife Emily and their two sons.

 

Eric Sowell is a Principal Engineer for One Technologies, officer of this Users Group, and former coding instructor. He writes code when he can but also excels at attending meetings. He is the author of a mostly out-of-date book, Mobile ASP.NET MVC 5.

When not coding, he likes to read, study history and dead languages, and play Minecraft with the kids.



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