Sean Swyx Wang moderates and organizes r/reactjs on Reddit. He also works on developer experience at Netlify. Sean is a voracious learner and loves to share what he's learning and believes that everyone — regardless of experience — should "learn in public".
Chantastic asks him about what's new in React and how r/reactjs is helping developers learn React, get connected in the community, and find jobs.
They discuss strategies for being a lifelong learner, how to get started in React, the growth of React's API surface area, Hooks, Suspense, Concurrent Mode, designing APIs, and the future of React.