Introducing RxWorkshop — an Interactive Reactive Programming Course
If you’re looking to get ramped up or refine your use and understanding of RxJS and reactive programming, we invite you to join us for an RxWorkshop.
Taught by Ben Lesh, primary author and development lead of RxJS, co-author of redux-observable, and an expert in reactive programming, this workshop will give you the hands-on practice you need to be able to refine your knowledge.
RxWorkshop gives you a practical approach to your use of RxJS and Observables. During the workshop, you will get the one-on-one time you need to start putting your knowledge to use today.
RxWorkshop is divided into 2 parts.
- Pre-course videos to teach you the basics
- An interactive 8-hour workshop day
Several topics will be covered including:
- What an observable is and how to create one
- How to use Rx to manage resources and application flow
- How to integrate RxJS with frameworks such as React and Angular 2
- What an operator is and how to create a custom operator
- How to debug your observable chains
- How to ensure system stability
- How to think “reactively”, the fundamentals
- How to use complex operators like catch and retry
- Join a growing community of reactive programming experts
A full course outline is listed here.
Whether you’re familiar with none, some, or all of the concepts listed above, you are absolutely still able to join the workshop. All experience levels are welcome.
Getting prepared for the workshop is incredibly easy; just make sure you have Node 5.0+ installed and you’re ready to go!
There are six workshop options; three online and three in Silicon Valley.
Not in the Bay Area? You’ll get the same hands on experience with the online workshops as you would in person.
You can also request a private workshop if that’s something you’re interested in by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seats are already on sale at RxWorkshop.com. The workshops occur through 2017 so there’s plenty of options to find the right time of year for you.