React js and React Native Conferences 2020
If you are a front-end developer, then today your life and work cannot do without React JS and React Native. After all, these are some of the most effective frameworks, and specialists are in demand in every company.
The benefits and demand for React generated a great stir. Every day someone finds new holes or vice versa - tricks in using a development tool. It is impossible to study everything at once: first of all, it is necessary to pay attention to the most effective changes. But how to determine the best approaches without personal testing?
One of the ways out is to attend an event that brings together hundreds of developers. In the case of React, about 15 thematic conferences are held annually around the world. We presented the best of them in the list below.
Many people believe that narrow-minded summits and congresses do not carry any good in themselves. The key argument is that all information can be found on Github, Stackoverflow and other services.
But why, then, do developers attend React conferences every year? Because this is not just information about new approaches to working with technology. This is a lively communication in the course of which it is possible to make out the most insignificant details. In addition, these are workshops and hackathons that allow you to see all the errors with your own eyes and without harm to the real project.
That is why attending at least one conference is necessary for both highly qualified developers and beginners. Moreover, it is necessary for the heads of companies involved in the development of sites, applications and software.
Site: ReactConf AU
Place: Sydney, Australia
Date: 27-28 February, 2020
Cost: 990 AUD
Who will introduce you to these keynotes? Max Stoiber (Software Engineer on Github and co-founder of Spectrum), Mitchell Hamilton (Senior Developer at ThinkMill), Omri Bruchim (Mobile Engineering Manager at Wix), Alex Reardon (author of React-beautiful-dnd and Principal Engineer at Atlassian) and others.
Place: San Francisco, California, USA
Date: 30-31 March, 2020
Cost: $700 (until March 1), $800 (from March 1)
This year their insights will be shared by: Rayn Florence (co-founder of React Training), Jena Black (Data Visualization Engineer in Stitch Fix), Guillermo Rauch (founder and CEO at Zeit) and many others.
Place: Amsterdam, Holland
Date: 15-17 April, 2020
Cost: €530 (conference only) €850 (conference + access to one of the workshops)
During the day of the conference, more than 25 speakers will be heard, including this year Sarah Viera (Senior Developer at CodeSandbox), Brandon Dale (front-end engineer on Facebook), Kent S. Dods (founder of Kentcdodds.com) and Jason Lengstorf ( Principal Developer at Netlify).
Site: Appjs Conf
Place: Krakow, Poland
Date: 23-24 April, 2020
App.js Conf 2020 speakers included Josh Goldberg (front-end developer at Codeacademy), Emilia Muresan (front-end team lead at Modus Create), Harry Tormy (Lead Engineer at Coinbase), and a large team from Expo and Software Mansion.
Site: React Day
Place: Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Date: 25-27 April, 2020
The organizers are still compiling lists of topics and speakers, so this information is not available. You can learn from the Twitter conference that in mid-January, 237 topics were proposed for discussion. The schedule, and accordingly all details will be announced on March 1, 2020.
Place: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Date: 4-6 May, 2020
Why go to React ATL this year? Because you can hear not just general statements, but the most unexpected React details from speakers like Sophie Albert (PM at Humuic), Gant Labord (CIO Infinite Red), Tracy Lee (co-founder of This Dot Labs), Adora Nvodo (Microsoft Software Engineer) and Adrian Valdivia (UI Engineer at SalesLoft).
Site: React Europe
Place: Paris, France
Date: 14-15 May, 2020 (conference days), 12,13,16 May, 2020 (workshops)
Cost: €449 (conference), €399-625 (workshops)
Since the conference is large-scale, the organizers have already compiled a list of speakers today. So, among them are Devon Hove (creator of Parceljs), Shruti Kapoor (Software Engineer at Paypal), Tim Neutkens (co-author of Next.js), Yves van Horne (creator of CodeSandbox) and many other experts in the field of front-end development.
Site: React Finland
Place: Helsinki, Finland
Date: 25-29 May, 2020
Cost: €399 (conference), €199-499 (workshops)
In 2020, React Finland's speakers are: Rebecca Hill (Full Stack JS Engineer at WeTransfer), Kenigbolo Maya Stephen (front-end lead at BCaster), Tobias Timm (co-organizer of React Munich), David Hourshid (web developer at Microsoft) as well as many other leaders and developers from around the world.
Site: React Next
Place: Tel Aviv, Israel
Date: 15 June, 2020
Cost: €155 (400 tickets available at this price), €200 (until May 25), €235 (until the day of the conference)
Presentations at the following sessions will be presented at React Next 2020: ReactJS, React Native, Redux, MobX. In addition, general performances about the entire ecosystem are planned. The full program, as well as the list of speakers has not yet been announced. However, last year, David K. Piano (Software Developer Microsoft), Chen Feldman (React Development Consultant), and Liad Yousef (Software Architect Duda) performed from the stage).
Site: React Loop
Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Date: 19 June, 2020
The final list of speakers is still being formed, but it’s already known that this year the stage will be performed by: Tyler Mac Ginnis (founder of TylerMcGinnis.com), Ben Ilegbodu (Principal Frontend Engineer in Stitch Fix) and Kent S. Dodds (founder of kentcdodds.com).
Site: React Week
Place: New York, USA
Date: 14-18 July, 2020
One of the most attractive elements of most conferences is the speakers. Speakers at React Week this year include: Naomi Meyer (Software development engineer in Adobe), Alex Castilio (Google Developer Expert), Sam Bellen (Developer Advocate Engineer in Auth0), Alex Loeber (full-stack developer, founder of LeanJS and React Graph QL Academy) and many others.