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7 Deadly Sins of React

10th July 2019 in London at Business Design Centre

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This talk is about some common anti-patterns seen with React. Ersel teaches React at an evening coding Bootcamp and also works as a Lead Front-End developer during his day job. Over the last 2 years, he has taught tens of people how to write applications in React and spotted some mistakes and anti-patterns people often make. These include unnecessary state and props fields, visibility props, non-generic “generic” components, controlled components used in a non-controlled manner, directory location disparity between related components and many others… In this talk, Ersel will summarise his experience and observations dealing and resolving such anti-patterns and what you can do to avoid them.

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7 Deadly Sins of React

Ersel Aker

Ersel Aker is a full-stack developer based in Manchester, UK. He has been working with FinTech and SaaS startups using Python, Nodejs and React. He is the author of Spotify terminal client library and contributor to various open source projects. He organizes Microservices Manchester meetup quarterly and teaches JavaScript at a local part-time coding bootcamp.

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This talk is about some common anti-patterns seen with React. Ersel teaches React at an evening coding Bootcamp and also works as a Lead Front-End developer during his day job. Over the last 2 years, he has taught tens of people how to write applications in React and spotted some mistakes and anti-patterns people often make. These include unnecessary state and props fields, visibility props, non-generic “generic” components, controlled components used in a non-controlled manner, directory location disparity between related components and many others… In this talk, Ersel will summarise his experience and observations dealing and resolving such anti-patterns and what you can do to avoid them.

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7 Deadly Sins of React

Ersel Aker

Ersel Aker is a full-stack developer based in Manchester, UK. He has been working with FinTech and SaaS startups using Python, Nodejs and React. He is the author of Spotify terminal client library and contributor to various open source projects. He organizes Microservices Manchester meetup quarterly and teaches JavaScript at a local part-time coding bootcamp.

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