The course takes developers from the basics of React components and application lifecycle through Redux side-effects and testing! By the end of the course, developers should be ready to write production-ready React-Redux apps.
Our courses use a flipped classroom model, and include three full-day, live instructor sessions spread out over one to three weeks. We're teaching several upcoming courses, select yours below:
How We Teach
TalkRise classes are taught using a "flipped classroom" model. That means we ask students to complete some basic assignments before each in-person lab, so that ALL lab time can be focused on actually building real-world projects and writing code (fingers on keyboard).
Furthermore, our flipped classroom approach gives us the flexibility to have team’s needs in mind. We’ve included intentional flex-time in sessions two and three where our instructors can dig deeper into the subjects your team is most curious about.
How It Works
Before each of the three sessions, students will be assigned curated readings, videos, and custom-built projects. These will be tailored specifically for the part of the project students will be coding hands-on during the next live session. Furthermore to help our students, we've created a custom learning management system to manage the content, discussions, quizzes, and assignment submission in one place.
Our curriculum covers everything developers need to know to build real, production-ready React - Redux apps. This includes:
- ES2015 (ES6)
- React Components
- React Lifecycle Hooks
- React-Router V4
- Higher Order Components
- Component, Action, and Reducer Testing Using Jest
We've also created exclusive, custom-built sample projects to help our students gain some real-world experience. These projects are covered in-depth during lab sessions, where our instructors help students deal with their specific issues and questions. Each project is broken down into bite-sized milestones to help our students learn very specific topics in a structured way.
OrderMan - Order Management Tool
9:00AM - 9:15AM - Announcements
9:15AM - 12:00PM - Work on Project (Writing Code)
12:00PM - 1:00PM - Working Lunch
1:00PM - 4:45PM - Work on Project (Writing Code)
4:45PM - 5:00PM - End Of Day Review
Our sessions are held at:
1117 Perimeter Center West
Atlanta, GA 30338
Parking: Parking is plentiful and FREE!
MARTA: We're just across the street from the Sandy Springs MARTA station on the Red Line.