Leisurely React and TypeScript for Thinker-Doers

This is a series of half-day workshops on React in TypeScript at a leisurely pace over a few weeks, to get you started on the right foot for front-end development with a solid understanding of key concepts and a sound mental model. Featuring opinionated views on design-first thinking, simple architecture, use of TypeScript for strong typing and programming functionally.

    Made for developers new to React, TypeScript or front-end, or those needing a refresher. Prior programming experience is necessary, but not specific to any language or framework.
    Throughout the workshops we'll build a fun and increasingly complex front-end application from scratch. These are the sessions:

    1. Introduction to React with TypeScript - 29 Sept
    2. State management with React hooks - 6 Oct
    3. State management with Redux / Sagas - 13 Oct
    4. Forms with React - 20 Oct
    5. Routing and styling - 27 Oct
    6. Testing: unit testing, React testing library and Cypress tests - 3 Nov
    7. Authorization and authentication - 10 Nov
    8. Operations: build pipelines, deployment and source mapping - 17 Nov

    This workshop works best with at least 3 people. If you have colleagues or friends that want to join with you – great! If not, please reach out to [email protected], and we will let you know as soon as there is a group to join.

    Hackle Wayne
    Experienced OO programmer turned functional advocate, Atlassian

    A veteran in the trade, Hackle enjoys programming as a thinking game. He advocates programming functionally while trying to share his learnings in ways that are pragmatic, idiomatic and accessible.

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