Henrik's upcoming Frontend Masters workshop
You can attend either online or in-person.
Here’s Henrik’s description of what he’ll cover in the workshop, but more imporantly, why:
Even the final feature set of the app you’re working on right now is probably a bit vague -- the future of the apps we build and the tools we use is vague at best.
The only thing we can bet on with any certainty is change. Yet so many of frontend developers are going “all-in” on a framework and hoping it will solve all their problems. Even JS itself is going through some major revisions right now with ES6. Even that new name “ES6” didn’t last long, it’s already been changed to ES2015.
So, what do we do? Blindly hop on the most promising looking hype train?
Rather than learning how to use the solutions, let’s understand the relevant problems we’re presented with on the frontend and let’s learn how to solve them. That’s the goal of this workshop.
Yes, we’re going to build an app using some buzzwords like React, ES6 (or whatever you want to call it), Ampersand.js, npm, and webpack.
But this isn’t about hyping up tools, it’s about building and shipping apps. After all, that’s what we’re here for right?
If you’re interested learn more and sign up here.
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