ReactEurope

May 23-24, 2019 (conference)

May 21-22, 2019 (workshops)

Paris, France

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The Original European React Conference

ReactEurope is coming back on 23-24 May 2019 to bring you the best and most passionate people from the very core team to the coolest people from the community we love.

After changing the way we think about state management in JavaScript applications, the way we write native mobile apps with React Native, how we interact with remote data with GraphQL or even how we manage CSS, the React community keeps innovating and its ecosystem growing.

At this conference, you will learn how new projects such as ReasonML will bring web and mobile React Native apps to the next level and how projects such as React Native Web, React Primitive and Expo make it easy to write, deploy and share code on all platforms quickly. The conference aims to give talks that inspire and explore new futuristic ideas dealing with all the techs we enjoy from the React ecosystem such as React.js, React Native, GraphQL, Relay, Universal apps, ReasonML, Webpack, inline CSS and more.

ReactEurope is also a great occasion to socialize, meet new people and old friends, hack together, taste delicious food and have fun in the beautiful city of Paris.

Join us at ReactEurope Conf to shape the future of client-side, mobile and universal applications!

Would you like to give a workshop? Submit a proposal to our workshops' call for paper today!

Events

2-Day Workshops

Espace Charenton

May 21st-22nd from 8:45am to 5:30pm

Bar Night

May 16th at 6:45pm

May 22nd at 6:45pm

2-Day Conference

Espace Charenton

May 23rd-24th from 8:30am to 7:00pm

Lightning Talks

May 23rd-24th

Special Dinner

May 23rd

More surprises

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Our 2019's speakers so far

Stay tuned for more awesome speakers to be announced soon!

Ives van Hoorne

Ives van Hoorne

Developer, traveler, tech enthusiast, working on codesandbox.io and interning at Facebook.

Joshua Comeau

Joshua Comeau

Software engineer at Khan Academy. Technological craftsman. Author of Guppy, contributes to many open source projects. Cat person.

Jared Palmer

Jared Palmer

Engineering Lead at @PalmerGroupHQ • Co-Host of @TheUndefinedIO Podcast • Open Source Samurai • Creator of Formik, Razzle, Backpack, After.js, react-fns.

Brandon Dail

Brandon Dail

Brandon is a core contributor to React and the testing library Enzyme. As the author of react-perimeter, react-animations, react-image-palette and more, he is an active open source author and advocate. When he’s not on Github you might find him camping in the backcountry of Yosemite, or planning his next road trip. Brandon is a User Interface Engineer at Facebook.

Tim Neutkens

Tim Neutkens

Software Engineer at ZEIT. Lead maintainer of Next.js. Co-author of Next.js, MDX and Micro. Has a passion for creating scalable applications and improving developer experience.

Julien Verlaguet

Julien Verlaguet

Julien Verlaguet is the main designer of Hack (a gradually typed dialect of PHP) and SKIP, the language recently open-sourced by Facebook (skiplang.com).

Lisa Gagarina

Lisa Gagarina

Lisa Gagarina is an Application Developer at JPMorgan Chase & Co. in Glasgow, UK. For the past year she has been focusing on leading frontend development team. Being part of the huge financial institution, she is challenging herself to constantly contribute to company’s technology growth, in which React is definitely a big player. Lisa believes that JavaScript and its active community give you numerous tools to develop amazing software.

Olga Petrova

Olga Petrova

Olga Petrova is a software engineer with more than 14 years of experience in developing enterprise and data science applications. She has worked with a broad range of web technologies, JavaScript libraries, and frameworks, and she has a special interest in data visualization and developing enterprise web applications. She enjoys rock climbing, sailing, and snowboarding. Olga is a Developer Advocate for Europe and the Middle East at Sencha, an Idera, Inc. company.

Ankita Kulkarni

Ankita Kulkarni

Ankita started her career in software development as a contractor helping small businesses develop their apps. She is currently a software developer at Rangle.io in Toronto focussed on building web applications for clients using modern JavaScript. Prior to Rangle.io, she was at IBM, Canada working at IBM Cloud Garage building web and mobile applications using artificial intelligence, IoT, modern JavaScript, and native languages for about 4 years in.

Richard Threlkeld

Richard Threlkeld

Sr. Engineer on AWS Mobile team that launched both AWS Amplify and AWS AppSync.

Paul Henschel

Paul Henschel

Front-end developer at Aragon. Currently living in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Founder of Luxundlaune, a photography platform in Germany, Paranoidandroid, a custom rom for Android and several open source projects including react-spring.

Ella Van Dorpe

Ella Van Dorpe

Ella is on the WordPress and Gutenberg Editor core teams, and have been working on the Gutenberg project from the very start. She’s been tinkering with WordPress’ editor for over four years. She currently live in Amsterdam.

Lee Byron

Lee Byron

Making things at Robinhood, previously Facebook: React, GraphQL co-creator, Immutable.js, Mobile, JavaScript.

Charly POLY

Charly POLY

Charly’s a passionate Senior Software Engineer working at Algolia. Blogs on honest.engineering and charlypoly.com, hacks on @wittydeveloper.

Bryan Phelps

Bryan Phelps

Software engineer | Entrepreneur | Founder of @OutrunLabs | Passionate about graphics & cross-platform application development | Creator of @oni_vim and revery | Ex-MSFT.

John Watson

John Watson

John Watson has been at Facebook for nearly 6 years and has been working on the i18n team at Facebook for the last 3 years. He is well known internally as an expert on multiple complex JS frameworks & is the engineer who brought the magic of fbt markup to JavaScript engineers at Facebook and is responsible for its open source release. The i18n server-side infrastructure at Facebook was 1 of the first things that had impressed him when he first joined Facebook, and this was what inspired him.

Paul Armstrong

Paul Armstrong

Paul is a seasoned software engineer who is passionate about application performance and developer experience. He is a Tech Lead for Twitter Lite and new Twitter PWA as well as a maintainer of Normalizr and other open source software.

Evan Bacon

Evan Bacon

Sometimes Lego Artist, working at Expo. I try to get people excited about React Native game development by open sourcing overly ambitious Expo apps and adding new features to Expo!

Michel Weststrate

Michel Weststrate

Michel has been working with TypeScript full-time for the last 3 years. He authored several open source libraries (such as MobX and MobX-state-tree) that are written in TypeScript and leverage some of it’s finest features.

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Schedule

Would you like to give a workshop? Submit a proposal to our workshops' call for paper today!

Tuesday, 21 May

09:30

The JavaScript EcoSystem is moving to TypeScript. Fast. This workshop will get you up and running with the basic and more advanced patterns of TypeScript. TypeScript has some powerful features, that fit very well with the dynamic nature of the JavaScript language. In this workshop we will cover all the essentials and some of the unique features of TypeScript.

But beyond that, this is a workshop for React devs! To practice the theory, during the hands-on parts of this workshop we will be migrating an application from plain JavaScript to TypeScript.

Michel has been working with TypeScript full-time for the last 3 years. He authored several open source libraries (such as MobX and MobX-state-tree) that are written in TypeScript and leverage some of it’s finest features.

Michel Weststrate       
09:30

Learn from the best with a 2-day workshop this May 21st and 22nd from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. In this workshop, Olivier Tassinari (co-creator of MaterialUI) and Greg Bergé (creator of svgr and smoothui) will go through all the new things in React 17 from the new suspense API, time slicing, hooks, lazy, memo and the new SSR techniques in order to help you take full advantage of the latest version of React and build rock solid components with the best user experience possible.

The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3month experience). More details coming soon. Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket.

Software engineer • co-creator of MaterialUI v1.

Olivier Tassinari       

I am a JavaScript and React lover, I am passionate about the web and I like coding projects. Recently I co-founded Smooth Code in Paris where I give React, JavaScript and GraphQL trainings. I am author of several successful libraries like Shipit or SVGR. I am also maintaining React Hot Loader.

Greg Bergé       
09:30

Learn from the best with a 2-day workshop this May 21st and 22nd from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton with Vincent Riemer, the creator of React Native DOM and Brent Vatne, React Native contributor from Expo. This workshop will teach you how to write professional user experience using React Native.

The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js and React Native (>= 3month experience). More details coming soon. Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket.

Creator of React Native Dom, io808.com and software engineer who recently joined Facebook with a passion for JavaScript, web animations, and producing music.

Vincent Riemer       

Front-end web/mobile developer working on Expo and one of React Native top committers.

Brent Vatne       
09:35

Reason is a new functional, JavaScript-like language with a strong type-system and first level React bindings initiated by Jordan Walke, the creator of React.

In this workshop you will first learn about the syntax and semantics of the programming language Reason. Further we explore powerful concepts like pattern matching and Variants. Half way through we are going to write our first ReasonReact component followed by an exercise of adding ReasonReact components to an existing React application. Last but not least we will make use of Reason-Apollo to retrieve data from a GraphQL endpoint.

Nik is a software developer and passionate about good UX, functional programming and dev tools. He co-organizes ReasonConf and produced the free Egghead Reason course. In addition he co-created several popular open source projects like DraftJS Plugins & Polished. In his spare-time he enjoys cycling & skiing.

Nik Graf       
09:35

AWS Amplify is a CLI & JavaScript library that allows developers to quickly build serverless web & mobile applications offering features like authentication, managed GraphQL APIs, hosting, serverless functions, & storage among other things.

AWS Amplify enables traditionally front-end developers to leverage their existing skillset to move further up the stack, allowing them to build full stack we & mobile applications by leveraging a large ecosystem of managed & serverless features

In this workshop, we’ll start from scratch building a fully-featured cloud-enabled React application implementing features like user sign-up & sign-in, a managed GraphQL API with user authorization & fine-grained access control, image storage, & we’ll host the app on AWS. We’ll also learn how to implement & interact with serverless functions.

By the end of this workshop, attendees will have leveled-up their productivity while leveraging their existing React knowledge & JavaScript skillset.

Specializing in React, React Native, and cross-platform application development.

Nader Dabit       

Wednesday, 22 May

09:30

Learn from the best with a 2-day workshop this May 21st and 22nd from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. In this workshop, Olivier Tassinari (co-creator of MaterialUI) and Greg Bergé (creator of svgr and smoothui) will go through all the new things in React 17 from the new suspense API, time slicing, hooks, lazy, memo and the new SSR techniques in order to help you take full advantage of the latest version of React and build rock solid components with the best user experience possible.

The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3month experience). More details coming soon. Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket.

Software engineer • co-creator of MaterialUI v1.

Olivier Tassinari       

I am a JavaScript and React lover, I am passionate about the web and I like coding projects. Recently I co-founded Smooth Code in Paris where I give React, JavaScript and GraphQL trainings. I am author of several successful libraries like Shipit or SVGR. I am also maintaining React Hot Loader.

Greg Bergé       
09:30

Learn from the best with a 2-day workshop this May 21st and 22nd from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton with Vincent Riemer, the creator of React Native DOM and Brent Vatne, React Native contributor from Expo. This workshop will teach you how to write professional user experience using React Native.

The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js and React Native (>= 3month experience). More details coming soon. Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket.

Creator of React Native Dom, io808.com and software engineer who recently joined Facebook with a passion for JavaScript, web animations, and producing music.

Vincent Riemer       

Front-end web/mobile developer working on Expo and one of React Native top committers.

Brent Vatne       
09:30

Learn from the creator of Guppy, Josh Comeau how to make your react app more whimsical with fun animations that make your app more lively on the 22nd of May with a 1 day workshop from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton.

Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket. The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3 month experience). More details coming soon.

Software engineer at Khan Academy. Technological craftsman. Author of Guppy, contributes to many open source projects. Cat person.

Joshua Comeau       
09:30

Developers interested in GraphQL can come to this workshop and learn how to build full-fledged and full stack React apps with GraphQL using an open source stack. Unlike your typical GraphQL workshop, this one will also take you through taking care of the backend to fully understand how a Fullstack GraphQL project works, thanks to the open source serverless GraphQL Engine that will be used though, you won’t be spending too much time either writing server code and will be able to focus on your React app.

We’ll be covering the following topics:

  1. GraphQL basics

  2. Set up a GraphQL backend with Hasura

  3. Using GraphiQL to explore and test your GraphQL API

  4. Making your IDE (Atom/VsCode) ready for GraphQL with autocomplete and linting

  5. Setting up a GraphQL client with Apollo

  6. Fetching and rendering data in your react app with GraphQL queries

  7. Inserting data with GraphQL mutations

  8. Updating, deleting data with GraphQL mutations

  9. Realtime GraphQL I - Building a realtime UI with live-queries over GraphQL subscriptions

  10. Realtime GraphQL II - Reacting to events with GraphQL subscriptions

  11. Setup authentication and access control to secure your GraphQL APIs

Bonus content: Running complex business logic with serverless and capturing asynchronous output with GraphQL subscriptions

By the end of the workshop, developers will have increased their knowledge & will be able to build out full-fledge and full-stack web applications by using their existing React and JavaScript skill set with easy to use open source serverless backend and database.

Tanmai is the co-founder of hasura.io. He is a StackOverflow powered fullstack, polyglot developer whose areas of interest and work span react, GraphQL, nodejs, python, haskell, docker, postgres, kubernetes. He is passionate about making it easy to build things and is the instructor of India’s largest MOOC imad.tech with over 250,000 students.

Tanmai Gopal       

Thursday, 23 May

08:30

Make sure to get in early at 323bis Rue de Charenton, 75012 Paris https://goo.gl/maps/t4FKT93C25u

08:45

Your typical French breakfast with croissants, yogurt, fruits but also eggs and bacon, coffee and more.

10:00

The state of React and its future.

Engineering Lead at @PalmerGroupHQ • Co-Host of @TheUndefinedIO Podcast • Open Source Samurai • Creator of Formik, Razzle, Backpack, After.js, react-fns.

Jared Palmer       
10:30

More details coming soon

Software engineer at Khan Academy. Technological craftsman. Author of Guppy, contributes to many open source projects. Cat person.

Joshua Comeau       
11:00

Socialize, have some coffee or other drinks.

11:30

React-spring is a popular React animation library that explores physics based UI animation. This talk will be about the state of React animation in general, the methods and techniques employed, the journey we took with react-spring, and how Reacts new hooks feature can change the way animation is supposed to work for the foreseeable future. Animated hooks can mend the gap between the declarative and the imperative and express intent more clearly, which has big implications on not only the moving thing itself but also with how we combine it with all the other things going on around it, from the data-model to user interaction.

Front-end developer at Aragon. Currently living in St. Gallen, Switzerland. Founder of Luxundlaune, a photography platform in Germany, Paranoidandroid, a custom rom for Android and several open source projects including react-spring.

Paul Henschel       
12:00

More details coming soon

Paul is a seasoned software engineer who is passionate about application performance and developer experience. He is a Tech Lead for Twitter Lite and new Twitter PWA as well as a maintainer of Normalizr and other open source software.

Paul Armstrong       
12:30

Lunch time! Socialize while eating at our delicious buffet.

14:00

How WordPress built its own controlled “RichText” component, used as a building block to create its brand new visual editor experience. We use a custom internal data structure separating text and formatting rather than the DOM as state, in order to make the data easy to search and manipulate. We take advantage of React to make the DOM updates. Features such as formatting, inserting objects, search/replace, input rules, custom spell checking, autocomplete, footnotes, etc. become very easy to implement thanks to this structure and its API, which is battle tested with millions of users and WordPress’ ecosystem of plugins.

The talk will include an introduction, explaining how we built WordPress’ visual editor as a whole and how we approached data and serialisation of what we call “blocks”, to see the bigger picture. The use of the “contenteditable” attribute is very different from any other editor. Rather than using it on the whole editor, we only use it on the smallest parts possible.

Ella is on the WordPress and Gutenberg Editor core teams, and have been working on the Gutenberg project from the very start. She’s been tinkering with WordPress’ editor for over four years. She currently live in Amsterdam.

Ella Van Dorpe       
14:30

More details coming soon

Software Engineer at ZEIT. Lead maintainer of Next.js. Co-author of Next.js, MDX and Micro. Has a passion for creating scalable applications and improving developer experience.

Tim Neutkens       
15:00

Socialize, have some coffee or other drinks.

15:30

Revery is a high-performance, React-inspired, native application stack built on top of the Reason programming language. This talk will explore how Revery, along with Reason, enable you to leverage your ReactJS skills to build “totally native” applications. We’ll discuss the motivation behind Revery, explore the technology stack, and showcase the native Reason toolchain. We’ll dive into what “totally native” means - and how it differs from React Native. We’ll also highlight several other developments in the “totally native” React space.

Software engineer | Entrepreneur | Founder of @OutrunLabs | Passionate about graphics & cross-platform application development | Creator of @oni_vim and revery | Ex-MSFT.

Bryan Phelps       
16:00

Salle Apollo

More details coming soon

Michel has been working with TypeScript full-time for the last 3 years. He authored several open source libraries (such as MobX and MobX-state-tree) that are written in TypeScript and leverage some of it’s finest features.

Michel Weststrate       
16:30

Socialize, have some coffee or other drinks.

17:00

More details coming soon.

Julien Verlaguet is the main designer of Hack (a gradually typed dialect of PHP) and SKIP, the language recently open-sourced by Facebook (skiplang.com).

Julien Verlaguet       
17:30

While building for the web, you might be using aria labels to make your websites accessible although what about the native world? You should make your apps accessible to provide a great experience to all your users. In this talk, we will talk about why you should care about a11y, how you can make your react native apps accessible, accessibility standards your app falls into, common patterns to follow, how voice over works and also some suggestions to make this native world a better and inclusive place for everyone.

Ankita started her career in software development as a contractor helping small businesses develop their apps. She is currently a software developer at Rangle.io in Toronto focussed on building web applications for clients using modern JavaScript. Prior to Rangle.io, she was at IBM, Canada working at IBM Cloud Garage building web and mobile applications using artificial intelligence, IoT, modern JavaScript, and native languages for about 4 years in.

Ankita Kulkarni       
18:00

More details coming soon

18:30

Drinks, food, socializing, music.

Friday, 24 May

08:30

Make sure to get in early.

08:45

Your typical French breakfast with croissants, yogurt, fruits but also eggs and bacon, coffee and more.

10:00

Writing UI that can be accurately translated often comes with tradeoffs. If the text is sufficiently complicated, engineers have to take great pains (write conditionals, which are often error-prone) to ensure it is accurately rendered in other languages. Additionally, engineers are often either required to (a) keep strings separate from UI, or (b) keep translatable text simple enough to be extracted from UI source.

Fbt is an explicit markup language that tackles complexity and keeps UI text bundled with the relevant source code. This has the added benefit of keeping UI source self-documenting. This markup is parsed at build-time with text collected and sent to translators. The framework enables engineers to write text that would normally be tedious and error-prone in a succinct and accurate way.

John Watson has been at Facebook for nearly 6 years and has been working on the i18n team at Facebook for the last 3 years. He is well known internally as an expert on multiple complex JS frameworks & is the engineer who brought the magic of fbt markup to JavaScript engineers at Facebook and is responsible for its open source release. The i18n server-side infrastructure at Facebook was 1 of the first things that had impressed him when he first joined Facebook, and this was what inspired him.

John Watson       
10:30

More details coming soon.

Developer, traveler, tech enthusiast, working on codesandbox.io and interning at Facebook.

Ives van Hoorne       
11:00

Socialize, have some coffee or other drinks.

11:30

Salle Apollo

More details coming soon.

Brandon is a core contributor to React and the testing library Enzyme. As the author of react-perimeter, react-animations, react-image-palette and more, he is an active open source author and advocate. When he’s not on Github you might find him camping in the backcountry of Yosemite, or planning his next road trip. Brandon is a User Interface Engineer at Facebook.

Brandon Dail       
12:00

More details coming soon.

12:30

Lunch time! Socialize while eating at our delicious buffet.

14:00

Security and privacy are more important than ever in modern apps yet still continue to be an afterthought during the development and test cycles. Concepts around authorization, signing, and fine grained access control can be tackled and modern patterns such as GraphQL give us powerful tools to accomplish these requirements. This session will give details on lessons learned and solutions the AWS Amplify team encountered over the past year when working with customers building applications, and the differences implementing across React and React Native.

Sr. Engineer on AWS Mobile team that launched both AWS Amplify and AWS AppSync.

Richard Threlkeld       
14:30

Forms are an ubiquitous element in the web. Most of web ecosystem tackled this subject years ago (Rails, Symfony, …), however, what about the JavaScript (especially SPA) ecosystem?

While most of current solutions (redux-form, Formik) provides full-features and widely used solutions, we are gonna focus on “typed forms”.

In a JavaScript ecosystem being more and more “typed” with the expansion of both GraphQL and TypeScript, why not take advantages of typed data? “Typed-data” means, no more duplicated logic between the back-end and the front-end (fields list, validation, etc).

We will explore an alternative way to manage forms using types and GraphQL.

Charly’s a passionate Senior Software Engineer working at Algolia. Blogs on honest.engineering and charlypoly.com, hacks on @wittydeveloper.

Charly POLY       
15:00

Socialize, have some coffee or other drinks.

15:30

More details coming soon.

Making things at Robinhood, previously Facebook: React, GraphQL co-creator, Immutable.js, Mobile, JavaScript.

Lee Byron       
16:00

More details coming soon.

Sometimes Lego Artist, working at Expo. I try to get people excited about React Native game development by open sourcing overly ambitious Expo apps and adding new features to Expo!

Evan Bacon       
16:30

Socialize, have some coffee or other drinks.

17:00

Salle Apollo

More details coming soon about this talk.

17:30

Salle Apollo

More details coming soon about this talk.

18:00

This is your opportunity to ask questions to the team and speakers.

18:30

Have a last drink before saying goodbye.

Final schedule program is subject to change.

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Round 2 Conference Discount applied

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Full two-day conference access. That’s our second round of tickets for the 23rd and 24th of May, 2019.

two-day React Native Workshop - early-bird (May 21st-22nd) Discount applied

× €625.00 (€125.00 VAT) ×

Learn from the best with a 2-day workshop this May 21st and 22nd from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton with Vincent Riemer, the creator of React Native DOM and Brent Vatne, core-contributor to React Native and Expo. This workshop will teach you how to write professional user experience using React Native.

The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js and React Native (>= 3month experience). More details coming soon. Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket.

two-day React.js Workshop on React 17 - early-bird (May 21st-22nd) Discount applied

× €625.00 (€125.00 VAT) ×

Learn from the best with a 2-day workshop this May 21st and 22nd from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. In this workshop, Olivier Tassinari (co-creator of MaterialUI) and Greg Bergé (creator of svgr and smoothui) will go through all the new things in React 17 from the new suspense API, time slicing, hooks, lazy, memo and the new SSR techniques in order to help you take full advantage of the latest version of React and build rock solid components with the best user experience possible.

The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3month experience). More details coming soon. Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket.

One-day Workshop: Make your react app more whimsical with animations - early-bird (May 22nd) Discount applied

× €399.00 (€79.80 VAT) ×

Learn from the creator of Guppy, Josh Comeau how to make your react app more whimsical with fun animations that make your app more lively on the 22nd of May with a 1 day workshop from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton.

Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket. The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3month experience). More details coming soon.

One-day Workshop: 0 to 100 with GraphQL on React - early-bird (May 22nd) Discount applied

× €399.00 (€79.80 VAT) ×

This one-day workshop with the Hasura team will teach you everything you need to know to incorporate GraphQL into your application on the 22nd of May from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. Throughout the course of the workshop, you’ll learn practical tips for using GraphQL in production.

Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket. The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3month experience) and basic GraphQL level.

One-day Workshop: Reason & ReasonReact - from Zero to Production Ready - early-bird (May 21st) Discount applied

× €399.00 (€79.80 VAT) ×

In this workshop you will first learn about the syntax and semantics of the programming language Reason on the 21st of May from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. Further we explore powerful concepts like pattern matching and Variants. Half way through we are going to write our first ReasonReact component followed by an exercise of adding ReasonReact components to an existing React application. Last but not least we will make use of Reason-Apollo to retrieve data from a GraphQL endpoint.

Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket. The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3month experience) and basic GraphQL level.

One-day Workshop: Building Serverless Web Apps with React and AWS Amplify - early-bird (May 21st) Discount applied

× €399.00 (€79.80 VAT) ×

In this workshop you will first learn building serverless web applications with React and AWS Amplify on the 21st of May from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. We’ll start from scratch building a fully-featured cloud-enabled React application implementing features like user sign-up & sign-in, a managed GraphQL API with user authorization & fine-grained access control, image storage, & we’ll host the app on AWS. We’ll also learn how to implement & interact with serverless functions. By the end of this workshop, attendees will have leveled-up their productivity while leveraging their existing React knowledge & JavaScript skillset.

Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket. The workshop requires an intermediary level in React.js (>= 3 month experience) and basic GraphQL level.

One-day Workshop: TypeScript for React devs - early-bird (May 21st) Discount applied

× €399.00 (€79.80 VAT) ×

The React community is moving to TypeScript fast and it can be hard to keep up, what better occasion to learn about both TypeScript and how to migrate a React app to it than with Michel Weststrate who wrote MobX using TypeScript and is an expert in the field?

This workshop will take place on the 21st of May from 8:45am to 5:30pm at Espace Charenton. The JavaScript Eco System is moving to TypeScript. Fast. This workshop will get you up and running with the basic and more advanced patterns of TypeScript. TypeScript has some powerful features, that fit very well with the dynamic nature of the JavaScript language. In this workshop we will cover all the essentials and some of the unique features of TypeScript.

But beyond that, this is a workshop for React devs! To practice the theory, during the hands-on parts of this workshop we will be migrating an application from plain JavaScript to TypeScript.

Ticket includes breakfast and lunch. It does not include the conference ticket. The workshop requires familiarity with JavaScript, React and modern syntax features (ES2015).

Round 1 Conference (May 23rd-24th) Discount applied

× €429.00 (€85.80 VAT) ×

Full two-day conference access. That’s our first round of tickets for the 23rd and 24th of May, 2019.

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Rangle is a digital transformation consultancy that plans, designs and builds innovative applications for clients like Aldo, Uniqlo, Raymond James, DriveTime, ThyssenKrupp and Sprout. Coupled with strategy, Lean UX design, consulting, continuous delivery and Agile best practices, Rangle’s team of experts enables clients to create modern mobile and web applications to lead within their industries. From innovative startups to leading enterprises, Rangle's unparalleled expertise with the Angular and React frameworks have set it apart in a crowded market. Clients consistently turn to Rangle to help expand and execute their vision.

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We want to take the pain out of developing and testing for the web on Windows ― whether you're building your sites on a Windows PC, trying to test in Edge on a Mac, or just curious about our roadmap. Come find us on the conference floor, or online at dev.microsoftedge.com - we're here to help!

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DAZN is a tech-first live streaming service for sports fans.
We use a very modern tech stack to stream content to millions of concurrent viewers globally across multiple platforms and devices. The architecture of DAZN is based on Micro Frontends and unifies a range of technologies in order to deliver a seamless user experience.
This is an ambitious project with a fast release cycle that has scalability not only from a user point of view but also from a developer perspective. Imagine a tech start up culture but with the security and backing from a well established content and media agency.
Our engineers work in small teams and are given freedom and autonomy when it comes to the code that they write. If you like solving technical problems then this is the place to be. We have a community that is here to help. We have a large network of people who talk at conferences so you have that access to ask questions and discuss ideas.
We invest a lot in self-learning. Developers have the opportunity to deliver lightning talks on whatever they are working on to their colleagues on a regular basis. We also host events and enjoy bringing the community into our offices for talks and hackathons.
We are bringing something truly disruptive to a traditional marketplace and we would love to hear from ambitious and creative engineers.
Follow @dazneng on Twitter and Facebook for updates from our engineering team.

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AWS Amplify makes it easy to create, configure, and implement scalable mobile applications powered by AWS. Amplify seamlessly provisions and manages your mobile backend and provides a simple framework to easily integrate your backend with your iOS, Android, Web, and React Native frontends. Amplify also automates the application release process of both your frontend and backend allowing you to deliver features faster.

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Bloomberg’s 5,000+ engineers are building the world's most trusted information network for financial professionals. ​We’re strongly committed to JavaScript, with over 10,000 front-end apps and one of the world’s largest JS codebases. We participate in steering the direction of JS as part of TC39.

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At vente-privee Tech, our heart goes to the ones who really loves IT. Based in several cities (Paris, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Lyon…) we love to say ‘It’s not you who comes to us but it’s us who come to you !’ Today, more than 400 IT employees, among numerous projects, developed with passion some reliable and innovative solutions on web tools. We are the right people and we trust them with their choices, which means we use a vast variety of languages, systems, and tools (e.g., React, C#, Haskell, Python, Cassandra, Couchbase, MongoDB, Kubernetes, …)

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At leboncoin we modernized our web stack a year ago. We’ve chosen react/redux and are very happy with it. We’re commited to a high quality migration with 100% unit test coverage. Excited by this adventure? Join the crew!

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We’re Progress. We make software that developers love. We’ve heard that you’re a big fan of React, which is great, because we are too. In fact, we make a pretty awesome tool for React that you really need to know about: Kendo UI. Kendo UI is a set of modular UI components you can use to enhance your apps—think calendars, grids, charts, and such. Sure, there are other grids and charts and stuff out there, but not like ours. See for yourself! You’ll find features that you just won’t see elsewhere. We even make it easy to use our components, too, with popular out-of-the-box themes and a custom theme editor. Pretty cool? Our customers seem to think so.
Come find us to chat about Kendo UI, grab some swag, and enter in a drawing.

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Criteo (CRTO), the leader in commerce marketing, is building the highest performing and open commerce marketing ecosystem to drive profits and sales for retailers and brands. 2,800 Criteo team members partner with 18,000 customers and thousands of publishers across the globe to deliver performance at scale by connecting shoppers to the things they need and love. Designed for commerce, Criteo Commerce Marketing Ecosystem sees over $600 billion in annual commerce sales data. Be Part of Something Big At Criteo, we connect 1.5 billion active shoppers with the things they need and love. Our technology takes an algorithmic approach to predict what user we show an ad to, when, and for what products. Our dataset is about 50 petabytes in Hadoop (more than 120 TB extra per day) and we take less than 10ms to respond to an ad request. This is truly big data and machine learning without the buzzwords. If scalability and complexity thrill you, this is your call. Most of all, we are creators. From designing ground-breaking products to finding unique ways to solve technical challenges at an exceptional scale, our tech teams work with state of the art methodologies to shape the future of advertising.

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Created in 1999, Photobox is the European leader in production and distribution of personalized photo-based products. The brand is present in 19 countries all over the world, and counts more than 46 million users worldwide, 19 million of them in France.

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BAM is a mobile dev shop based in Paris. We help our clients to solve business problems using cross-platform technologies, lean and agile and user-centric approach. We focus on iterating quickly and including all members of the project to create the best product possible.

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