Today we chat with Evan Bacon about Expo and delivering on the illusive promise of "write once. run anywhere."
For the month of february, we're chatting exclusively with Reactathon speakers. You can hear more from Evan on the topic of using Expo for universal React development this march. Reactathon is a top React conference in the heart of San Francisco. Evan and I will be there, having a good time and happy to chat with you. Get a ticket at reactathon.com.
Today we chat with Daria Caraway and learn how to build considerate React components with TypeScript.
For the month of february, we're chatting exclusively with Reactathon speakers. You can hear more from Daria on this topic of developing considerate React components on the Reactathon this march. Reactathon is a top React conference in the heart of San Francisco. Daria and I will be there, high-fiving people and having a good time. Get a ticket at reactathon.com.
Conferences are a big part of the React ecosystem.
This year, there's a conference that stands out from the rest: Render(ATL).
Render(ATL) is a new conference in Atlanta that promises to introduce React developers to the voice and culture of the south.
Today we sit with Justin E. Samuels to hear his vision for the conference, how much he loves his city, and what amazing things await attendees in Atlanta this year.
Every few months, I like to explore professions that are adjacent to programming.
Today we're exploring captioning and its impact on our industry.
Our guide for this industry is the fabulously giften Norma Miller of White Coat Captioning.
I was captivated by her work at last year's React Rally and wanted to share with you what I learned from her.
Her company does primarily technical events, which gives her an interesting vantage point into tech conference culture.
We talk about typing in excess of 300 words a minute with 98% accuracy,
The $6000 keyboards that make it little easier,
And the open source that powers it.
I think you love this chat, as we learn how captioners are making our technical events more multi-cultural, accessible, and inclusive.
We're kicking off a new decade by going back in time time to 1999, just 10 years after the birth of the internet.
Our guest today is Lee Byron.
He takes us on a tour of the early web and personal home pages.
And connects the dots between PHP and technologies like React and GraphQL.
His work — inside Facebook during a critical pivot to mobile — provides a unique vantage point on the progress of web technologies over the past 20 years.