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Join Us Thursday May 2nd for Bitovi’s Online Meetup — useContext to Avoid Prop-Drilling in React, Leading a Team of One, & Using Docker To Improve Development

Join us on Thursday May 2nd for our next online meetup, featuring talks about React Hooks, being a solo developer, and using Docker for development.

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Join us on May 2nd from 9 am – 10:30 am Pacific Time for our next online meetup! We’ll have a handful of short talks on a variety of interesting topics, including…

At our last meetup, Adam L Barrett covered setState with React Hooks. Extending from that, Christopher Baker will introduce more advanced data topics, showing us how to maintain data between renders (with useRef) and share data with your whole app without prop-drilling (with useContext).

If you’re working alone on a client project, or maybe just feel like you are, it can be overwhelming when everything depends on you. Mike 'Mitch' Mitchel will talk about his experiences as a new JavaScript developer at Bitovi, being a solo developer on a client project, and how to stay productive when you have to wear all the hats.

Docker and one of its CLI tools, docker-compose, can substantially help development by reducing the variability and effort involved in setting up dev environments. Nils Lundquist will teach us the fundamentals of using these tools and explain how they’ve helped in recent projects.

After the talks, we’ll join breakout rooms to discuss the presentations, talk with the presenters, and put the meet in meetup.

This meetup is free to attend, but you have to register to save your spot!

Register for the meetup

And before the meetup, be sure to join our new community Slack! After you’ve joined, come say hello in our #introductions channel. We’re excited to chat with you there and see you at our next online meetup!