Resilient Component Libraries with React
2021, May 30
start 11 am GMT
Duration 6 hours online
FOR WHOM?
Moving your project to the latest Java can mean faster code, cheaper cloud bills, but above all, an application that cannot be hacked easily! Just by using Java 11, you can save up to 25% of heap memory, and there are many other benefits.

If you write your code to the latest Java, it would become clearer, concise, and easy to read which means less chance to produce bugs.
Andrey Okonetchnikov
Andrey is a frontend engineer and an interaction designer, specializing in UX, design systems, and modern frontend architecture. He has been designing and developing real products using web technologies for the past 20 years. Andrey is a co-organizer of ReasonConf, ReactVienna, co-creator of MonoLisa (https://monolisa.dev) and ColorSnapper (https://colorsnapper.com), author and maintainer of several popular open source projects like lint-staged and react-dropzone, international speaker and workshops coach.
WORKSHOP FORMAT
The best way to improve your professional skills
Overview 

15 min
Training 

3,5 hours
Breaks 

30 minutes
QA

15 min
WORKSHOP PROGRAM
2020, September 5
12:00 – 12:15
Welcome speech. Overview.
12:15 – 13:00
Lambda Expression
Functional programming concept, the syntax for lambdas, replacing with anonymous inner classes. etc.
13:00 – 13:07
Break
13:07 – 13:27
Method reference, static, and default method in the interface
1. Method reference
2. Static method
3. Default method
4. Optional
13:27 – 14:27

Best practices and useful patterns
1. Java inbuilt functional interfaces.
2. Execute around patterns etc.
14:27 - 14:37

Break
14:37 - 15:27

Java Stream
1. The stream interface, stream processing,
2. Map, filter and reduce
3. Short circuiting methods etc
15:34 - 16:24

Collectors
1. Collectors toList, toSet, to Map
2. Sorting ( Comparators)
3. Parallel processing
16:34 - 16:55

Q&A 
WHAT YOU NEED BEFORE WE START:
1
A computer with the latest Java (preferable Java 14) installed and Zoom.
2
IDE: IntelliJ IDEA (preferable) or Eclipse
3
Understanding of the object-oriented concept

4
Understanding of Generics and Collection framework

5
A fancy coffee mug. Tea mugs are also accepted if you are not a caffeine addict yet :)
WHAT YOU LEARN
  • Why building your own component library
  • What makes a great component library
  • How to name and structure your components
  • How to create great APIs of your components
  • How to write reusable and composable components
  • Basics of components composition in React Compound
  • Components Behavior Composition with React hooks
  • Managing global state with React.Context
COURSE BENEFITS:
You will be able to upgrade your Java skills with the latest version which means you are no longer fall behind
You will be able to write clear and concise code with the lambda expression which means less chance to produce bugs
You will be able to write declarative and expressive code easily which means less code but more results
You will learn how to refactor old legacy and imperative code with modern functional programming which means less error in your code
You will be able to process large data set in parallel which means a faster result
You will be able to process large data set in parallel which means a faster result
WORKSHOP
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$299
2021, May 30
Time 11 am GMT
6 HOURS LONG
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Smart Bird
$349
2021, May 30
Time 11 am GMT
6 HOURS LONG
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