- use React.js for your UI
- how to maintain application state with Redux
- identify bottlenecks in your code
- keep your ass safe by writing unit tests
- touch backend with node.js so you know what's behind
Long story short - we don't want to tell you just how the React.js API looks, but teach you how to use it to your advantage.
Is it for me?
As we aren't going to teach what the condition, cycle or variable is, it's not recommended for absolute beginners to programming.
Code academy will run every Wednesday, starting on March 1st, 18:00 - 20:00, at MSD (Svornosti 3321/2, Praha 5, next to the railway bridge).
If you are interested, but you will miss some sessions, don't worry - all content is going to be publicly available on Github and we can assist you to catch up individually.
What you need:
If you feel motivated to attend these sessions, just sign up and bring your laptop on first session.
If you have registered, TELL US MORE ABOUT YOURSELF, by filling this survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JXPZJPW
Jan Bárta - familiar with Angular.js and React.js, experienced in .NET and how to lead projects as well.
Viliam Elischer - big fan of all reactive stuff, big proponent of TDD, organizing ngParty meetups during his freetime.
Peter Honzák - Fluent in both Angular.js and React.js worlds, also helping to spread Python as a lector in PyLadies community
If you need more info: