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React Day Berlin

  • 2Tracks (General + Native)
  • 24Speakers
  • 500React fans and lovers

November 30, 2018

Berlin, Germany

Event

Are you into React, React Native, GraphQL
and ready to learn from the best?

Take part in the exploration of the React (Native) universe! Focusing on in-depth talks, hands-on workshops, and finding new opportunities, React Day Berlin conference provides space for everyone to make friends and develop stellar apps together.

Last November, React Day brought 350 attendees from all over the world to Berlin, and since then, the crowd has been gathering at React Open Source meetups tailored for the most passionate part of the development community. 2018 will see the conf on full blast – join us and you’re in for a ride.

First Speakers

  • Keynote

    Ken Wheeler

    Formidable, USA

    Director of Open Source at Formidable and the author of libraries like Slick Carousel, McFly, react-music, webpack-dashboard, Spectacle.

  • Design Systems

    Monica Lent

    SumUp, Germany

    Monica is leading the Web Team at SumUp and is based here in Berlin. Her team is building the web experience that helps hundreds of thousands of small businesses around the world get started accepting card payments and growing their businesses.

  • Diversity, sharing of ideas, and critical thinking are the core values when it comes to selection of our speakers. Both React’s pros and its rising stars will take over two stages at React Day Berlin.

    They’ll shed light on all things puzzling your mind, be it architecture, Design Systems, GraphQL, Reason or other.

  • React Native

    Vincent Riemer

    Symantec, USA

    Software engineer at Symantec and creator of ambitious side projects such has React Native DOM and the iO-808. When he isn't programming, you can find him producing music and tinkering with synthesizers.

  • Case studies

    Artem Riasnianskyi

    Framer X, The Netherlands

    Artem is a product engineer at Framer, working and living in beautiful Amsterdam. Passioned about performance, usability, and minimalism in code. With the team, he is building game-changing design app Framer X. Occasional cyclist.

  • CSS in JS

    Sara Vieira

    YLDio, Europe

    Developer Advocate at @YLDio. GraphQL and Open Source enthusiast. Conference Speaker and Airport expert. I am also into drums and horror movies.

  • Hype

    Kitze

    ReactAcademy, Macedonia

    Teaching React Javascript at React Academy. Cares about open source, made and maintains sizzy.co, custom-react-scripts, and mobx-router. He had the chance to work and experiment with a variety of languages and frameworks.

  • GraphQL

    Manjula Dube

    Marley Spoon, Germany

    Developer at Marley Spoon. Wants to make the web a better place to live, and in her free time, she works on OSS. Manjula loves teaching because thats the best way to learn more and more.

  • Testing

    Jack Franklin

    Thread, UK

    Jack is a Frontend Engineer at Thread in London working primarily with React. In his free time, he’s usually writing or recording videos for his blog, JavaScript Playground. He is also the author of “Beginning jQuery” (Apress, 2012) and an eloquent speaker on Elm, front-end, build tools and frameworks.

  • Patterns

    Forbes Lindesay

    Threads, UK

    Forbes is a software engineer at Threads, working on React and Node.js projects. In the past, he's worked on large scale React apps at Facebook, and now runs training workshops to pass on that experience to other people. In his spare time he maintains a number of open source projects, such as Pug, Promise and Cabbie.js.

  • State management

    Rebecca Hill

    Usabilla, The Netherlands

    Full stack JavaScript engineer at Usabilla, building feedback software. Not-so-secretly helping JavaScript take over the world.

  • Architecture

    Oleg Isonen

    eBay, Germany

    Oleg works as a JavaScript architect at eBay Berlin, designing the future of highly scalable front-end applications for the company. At React Day Berlin Oleg will share the insights on building complex applications with real world examples.

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