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While things have started to settle down around the world, India is still going through the second wave of the Covid-19 Pandemic. We had initially planned to host the conference this year in Mumbai. But to ensure everyone’s safety, we have decided to do this year’s conference completely remotely!
React India Remote edition is happening on 12th - 13th November 2021, and on 11th November 2021, we plan to have several workshops from our experts.
React India is an international community-led non-profit initiative that provides a platform for developers to share and discuss their insights and experiences with React. The three-day conference is the first of its kind in India.
The first of the three days will be focusing on workshops and the following two days will be dedicated to talks on topics revolving around React, React Native & GraphQL. The conference will bring together front-end and full-stack developers from across the globe remotely. In this single-track event, you will learn more about React and everything related to it while networking with some of the leading talents from around the globe in the developer community. In addition to enjoying the event, this is also your chance to meet our experts remotely and ask them questions! Regular and lightning talks will cover various topics related to React.JS and FE, including React Native, GraphQL, VR and AR, Redux, PreactJS, and more! We would also love to hear if you have some case studies that you could present.
With this being our inaugural year and over 1500 developers from around the world attending, sponsoring the conference is one of the best ways to connect with an incredible community of developers. We are committed to creating a diverse line-up of attendees and speakers, in hopes of furthering our values stated below.
If you interested in hosting a workshop with us reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Some highlights of React India 2019 https://youtu.be/FjlB6H879t8
The topic of the submitted talk should be relevant to the React community and technologies around it, including fields like: