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Complex React applications require deep thinking about State, Stying, Asynchronous Communication, and application structure. Not only that but developer tooling and using sensible modern workflows (like SASS, Browserfiy, ES6/Babel, Promises, etc) can create a codebase that is not only easy to reason about - but a pleasure to maintain.
The team learned a lot doing this, and Gregory wants to share that with you.
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What could go wrong? Moving 80 Million Users to React, Redux, & NodeJS
Gregory Wild-Smith is a CLIO award winning web developer who has been a developer for long enough that he's starting to feel kind of old. A UK native, he moved to California 10 years ago and has worked at companies such as Hi5, Zynga, and now Bleacher Report.