We’re not just professional trainers, we also author some of the open source tools that you already use. We can help your team meet their development goals with onsite and live online training.
We can jump start a migration to React, level-up your teams proficiency, or cover how to make your app more accessible. A couple days of training from industry experts is worth a couple months of learning as you go.
What Our Clients Say:
“We had just kicked off an initiative to revamp our search experience on carmax.com, basically a re-write. The team had been working for a couple weeks and several of the devs attended the workshop. They were having some issues on the approach and how to setup some of the more complex interactions and the training gave some new perspective.
On Wednesday, the day after the training, the team completely re-worked the front end to incorporate some of the concepts you introduced, which drastically simplified the code and has made the entire experience much better.
The devs have all come to me individually and talked about how awesome the training was--even a back-end architect, who has been a React/JS naysayer for years, came to me, smiling, and said he finally ‘gets it’ and is excited about doing more.
It’s amazing how much of a difference the workshop has made only one week out!
Just wanted to pass that along and tell you that it was worth every penny.”David Jessup
Senior IT Manager
Online Product at Carmax
About the Instructors
Cassidy is a brilliant software developer and entertaining instructor. She's worked for Codepen, Amazon, L4 Digital, Clarifai, and Venmo, and graduated with a computer science degree from Iowa State University. She's active in the developer community and one of Glamour Magazine's 35 Women Under 35 Changing the Tech Industry and LinkedIn's Top Professionals 35 & Under. She wants to inspire generations of STEM students and professionals to be the best they can be. She loves mechanical keyboards and karaoke.
Brad has been teaching Web Development since 2010 including bootcamp instruction, online videos, conference speaking, writing at CSS-Tricks.com, and corporate training for React. He loves to connect with students by helping them achieve their technical goals and by distilling complex concepts into simple instruction.
David Khourshid is a Microsoft software engineer with a passion for innovative user interfaces, animations, software modeling, and cutting-edge front-end technologies. He's the creator of XState, a library that brings state machines and statecharts to the modern web in React (and any other framework) and enables app logic to be visualized, simulated, tested, analyzed, and more. He's also half of the Keyframers, a weekly coding live-stream where imaginative user interfaces are brought to life. When not speaking around the world or coding behind a laptop keyboard, he's usually behind a piano keyboard.
Michael is a prolific software developer and mentor specializing in React.js. He is the co-author of the popular React Router library and creator of Unpkg. He's worked at startups in SV, Twitter, and been in Y-Combinator, all places where he's learned the needs of software development teams like yours. Since 2015, he has focused on helping others master React through workshops, online videos, articles, and conference talks.
What Our Attendees Are Saying:
If you are thinking about attending a @ReactTraining workshop, stop thinking and just do it. So many light bulbs have been going off the last two days with hooks and context. I had a basic understanding before the workshop but now I feel like I can build anything! #reactjs
@ReactTraining was the best training I've had in almost 30 years of professional life. It's pretty rare to have someone teach you that has the "creds" you have and also be good at teaching and have such a pleasant teaching demeanor. Plus you were funny as hell to boot.
After @ReactTraining's React workshop this week, I'm looking at my old code with fresh eyes like "Who wrote this? 🤨"
Shoutout to @ryanflorence 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 for his amazing React Workshop. I can now say I'm 250% more comfortable transitioning from classes to function components with hooks, Suspense is cool AF, & I'm set to refactor for more declarative components.
The technical content ... from @ryanflorence is terrific. Perhaps more impressive is his teaching style. One of the best examples of how to effectively teach advanced concepts in practical, digestible chunks.
@ryanflorence I've been scouring the internet and watching React tutorials nightly for the last month since starting my new job and your React course has been by far the best one I've found. Thank you making such a stellar tutorial!