Every company we train has different needs, but here's what you can expect
This is our most common workshop for teaching React. It's suitable for those with no experience and up to about 18 months of experience. See more information about why this workshop is perfect for many different groups.
This is a good followup workshop to React Core. The Core workshop is fairly advanced too, but if you're team has a lot of experience in React already, or if they took our Core workshop, then this is a great followup. We focus on advanced component design patterns edge cases in React.
React frameworks like Remix are a fantastic way to get better performance, SEO, and reduced complexity in architecture compared to React SPA's. This workshop takes the attendees from the basics all the way through some of the most common advanced scenarios.
We consider our React Core Workshop to be pretty advanced even though its where we start beginners. When we research what others teach for advanced topics, we see the same types of stuff we cover in our two-day Core. If you want even more advanced material though, or you need a followup workshop to the Core you already took from us, we have you covered with several good options we can discuss with you.
While the React workshops aren't about TypeScript specifically, we do have our material in TypeScript because it has become immensely popular to use and most of our clients ask for it. If attendees don't do TS, don't worry we'll teach the very basics as we go and it's not a distraction from React.
Heck yeah, fly us out. We'd love to meet your team in person.
We can move lessons around and swap some for others that we already have. For example, in our React Core Workshop we teach routing with React Router. But if you have a different architecture, we can swap out that lesson for others.
We start with React Context but we also emphasize how important context is for non app-state as well (like Compound Components). Sometimes we get special requests for Redux or MobX as well. We often do a comparison of Redux to Context at a high conceptual level.
Generally they're not unless stated in the agreement which we can discuss with you when we talk.
We get this all the time. Companies will send 15 people to a training where half have absolutely no experience, some have a little, and some have been doing it for almost two years. Because of the depth and detail that we go into, everyone will learn something.
We charge per-attendee. The agreement will allow for flexibility in case you need to add or remove some last-minute attendees. We do have a minimum of price though. Our sales rep will discuss this further.
We've had as few as 5 and as many as about 60. We have a minimum price for corporate workshops which is conducive with about 5 people for remote and 10 people for in-person.
In the US, we work out of your desired time-zone and time-slots. Depending on where you are outside of the US, we might conduct the workshop over three days instead of the usual two days and we'll try to find a start time that works well for the instructor and your team.
Yes. After the agreement is in place, there will be a "logistics call" between you and our assigned instructor to work out curriculum details and start times.
There are numerous lessons by topic. Each has a lecture and most have an exercise. The instructor will lecture and answer questions as they come up. We already have notes written for you in the code we'll give you. If there's an exercise, the attendees will do that after the lecture to get hands-on practice. We'll review the exercise after and we take breaks about every 90 minutes. We also take a one-hour lunch break if the workshop schedule overlaps lunchtime.
We encourage lots of questions from attendees. Even though we call them "lectures", we'd like to think of them as being more like discussions.
It can sometimes make more sense for you to use our Public Workshop option especially if you want to send 4 or less attendees. You just won't have as much control over scheduling and topics: