November 13-15 in New York


  • 2
    Tracks: Base Camp & Summit
  • 60+
    Speakers sharing latest insights
  • 10K+
    Devs from all over the globe
  • 700
    Luckies meet in New York
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React Summit is a celebration of good things coming together:

React with the manhattan views

The biggest React conference – React Summit – comes to the USA!

Network with fellow front-end and full-stack engineers, learn from industry experts, and promote your ideas all while experiencing the exciting vistas of Manhattan!

React Summit offers a hybrid format with both remote and in-person participation.
The first day will be streamed from the New York venue including hybrid networking features and interactive entertainment; and the second day, as well as the numerous free workshops, will be streamed to the global audience online.

Take advantage of being a part of the first-ever React Summit US conference!
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This year, you can expect authors and core teams of:

  • Next.js

  • React Query

  • TypeScript

  • Remix

  • OpenAI

  • Web3

  • React Testing Library

  • GraphQL




PRO workshops - November 14-17

FREE workshops - November 1-23

Get training from the best instructors at our workshops on React Advanced, TypeScript, Remix and more!

+ Remote Day


November, Monday

Join us in New York or watch online. There will be lots of hybrid networking and inclusive interactivity!

Remote Day


November, Wednesday

Streaming of both tracks, speaker QnA's and one more afterparty! Join us from anywhere in the world & connect with the global React community.


14 & 16


Continue the conversation and connect with like-minded individuals at the remote Discussion Rooms. Ask questions and share your ideas with the React community.

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First Speakers & Trainers

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Rachel Nabors
AWS Amplify, US

Leading Developer Education at AWS Amplify Previously: Learning Community on React Core at Facebook

Ken Wheeler
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Ken Wheeler
React dude, USA

ReactJS Advocate, Speaker, Producer, Open Sorcerer, Synthwave Artist.

Henri Helvetica
Webpagetest by Catchpoint™ , Canada

Henri is a developer who has turned his interests to a passionate mix of site performance engineering with pinches of user experience. This led to him joining WebPageTest by Catchpoint as Head of Developer Community.

When not reading the deluge of daily research docs and case studies, streaming, or profiling sites in his favourite tool, Henri can be found contributing back to the community as he presides over the Toronto Web Performance Group meetup + Jamstack Toronto meetup, curating conference content or volunteering his time for lunch and learns at various bootcamps.

Otherwise, Henri is focusing on running the fastest 5k possible (surprise surprise), encouraging a healthy lifestyle and sharing it all via #devsWhoRun.

Tanner Linsley
Nozzle.io, USA

Tanner Linsley is an entrepreneur and open source creator who loves React and JavaScript. He has built and still maintain several well-known open source libraries like React Query, React Table, React Virtual, React Form, React Charts, React Static, and even Chart.js He co-founded Nozzle.io 6 years ago and is currently helping it grow as VP of UI and UX.

When not programming, Tanner spends his free time traveling, recording music, film-making, and vacationing with his wife and children.

Kent C. Dodds
EpicWeb.dev, USA

Kent C. Dodds is a world renowned speaker, teacher, and trainer and he's actively involved in the open source community as a maintainer and contributor of hundreds of popular npm packages. He is the creator of EpicReact.Dev and TestingJavaScript.com. He's an instructor on egghead.io and Frontend Masters. He's also a Google Developer Expert. Kent is happily married and the father of four kids. He likes his family, code, JavaScript, and Remix.

Shawn Swyx Wang
Temporal, Singapore

Swyx is passionate about Developer Tooling and Developer Communities. He currently works as Head of Developer Experience at Temporal.io and recently published the Coding Career Handbook for Junior to Senior developer careers. In his free time he teaches React, TypeScript, Storybook and Node.js CLI's at Egghead.io, and helps run the Svelte Society community of meetups.

Jenn Creighton
Netflix, USA

Jenn Creighton is a senior software engineer at Netflix. She hosts Single Threaded Podcast. Organizer of Women of React 2020 conference & useReact.NYC meetup. Jenn lives in New York with her two cats and maintains a Home for Abandoned Succulents, Mismanaged Plants and Otherwise Ailing Flora. You can find her online - @gurlcode.

Rahat Chowdhury
Biconomy, USA

Rahat is a former hip-hop artist turned engineer who now works to improve the User Experience of Web3. While working in developer relations, he enjoys mentoring developers in the web3 space and helping them push the boundaries for what can be built on blockchain. He's an avid builder and former founder looking to continue building tools that help create amazing experiences for developers.

Swizec Teller
Tia, USA

Author of the "Senior Engineer Mindset" book.

Swizec is a software engineer, author, educator, and conference speaker. He's published books on modern web technologies, data visualization, and productivity, and has trained engineering teams at Fortune500 companies. Now he's distilling 20 years of tacit experience into actionable steps.

Kaleb McKelvey
Netflix, USA
Talk: My Adventure Learning TVUI Development at Netflix

I'm a frequent traveler, too much coffee drinker, and a constant Reddit lurker. Since Diablo 1 piqued my interest in learning how to program, I've been on a mission to continuously grow through my career and personal experiences as a Software Engineer. I hope to share the things I learn with the world!

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Josh Goldberg
Open Source Developer, USA

Hi, I'm Josh! I'm a frontend developer from New York with a passion for open source, static analysis, and the web. I'm a full time open source maintainer and work on projects in the TypeScript ecosystem such as typescript-eslint and TypeStat. I'm also the author of the Learning TypeScript book, published by O'Reilly. My work focuses on bringing accessible education to the masses in a sustainable way.

Monica Wojciechowska
Netguru, Poland

Frontend developer, data visualisation engineer, writer, and fan of simplicity (in code as in life). Her mind belongs to deep conversations and translation. Her heart belongs to snow and surf.

Matheus Albuquerque
Medallia, Czech Republic

I'm a Sr. Front-End Engineer at Medallia, building their surveys platform and helping them shape the customer experience market with React.

My areas of interest include JS and compile-to-JS languages, DX, and performance optimization. Aside from public speaking about these, I also volunteer at TechLabs, teaching front-end development.

Naz Delam
LinkedIn, USA

Naz is a software engineering manager at LinkedIn, ex at Netflix and Technology Career Coach at Mentorcruise. She is passionate about UI Engineering, Career Development and growth skills. Prior to Netflix, she worked in the Finance industry as a Software Architect. Naz is dedicated to advancing and growing careers of many engineers across the world 🌎 . She is an active Career Coach on MentorCruise. She also volunteers with Hour of Code teaching high school girls how to code and serves as a member of MentorCruise and BuiltByGirls to coach engineers. When she’s not working, you’re most likely to find her exploring the world 🌱, playing games, or curled up with a good book and a cup of coffee. 📚☕

Aashima Ahuja
Freelance Consultant, Netherlands

I am a frontend engineer working in Miro. I am a JS enthusiast. I love talking about the Web and exploring new technologies. I believe knowledge grows with sharing , so I love to spread my knowledge about frontend.

Kathryn Nanz
Progress, USA

Kathryn Grayson Nanz is a developer advocate at Progress with a passion for React, UI and design and sharing with the community. She started her career as a graphic designer and was told by her Creative Director to never let anyone find out she could code because she’d be stuck doing it forever. She ignored his warning and has never been happier. You can find her writing, blogging, streaming and tweeting about React, design, UI and more.

Nicola Corti
Meta, UK

Nicola Corti is a Software Engineer in the React Native team @ Meta, building tooling and infrastructure to support mobile engineers in the open-source space.

He's a Google Developer Expert for Kotlin and has been working with the language since before version 1.0. He's the maintainer of several open-source libraries, and he's the host of the Developers' Bakery podcast.

Furthermore, he is an active member of the developer community. His involvement goes from speaking at international conferences to being a member of CFP committees and supporting developer communities across Europe.

In his free time, he also loves baking and running marathons.

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    Testing Web Applications (In-Person)

    Congratulations, you've built an amazing web application! But people hate it because you keep shipping bugs.

    You have only so much time to dedicate to your project. Even if you're spending 100% of your waking moments working on your product, you'll always have this limiting factor: time. You need to focus on activities that will give you the biggest return on your investment of time.

    If you skip on testing, you'll inevitably spend more time fixing bugs. The bugs shipped will also result in customer churn, so you'll spend more time looking for customers you won't be able to retain. Writing automated tests is just as important as writing the code that makes your app work. It operates under the same currency (your time), and pays for itself in time saved. That is... if you do it right.

    At the end of this workshop you'll be able to do all of these things yourself.

    01.Automated Testing Strategies There are a lot of different levels of testing. Knowing which ones to use when is critical to your success. We'll learn about the different types of automated tests and how to use them effectively to make efficient use of your time.

    02.Testing Library Testing Library is a great tool for testing your web applications. It encourages you to write tests that are more maintainable and less brittle. We'll learn how to use Testing Library to write tests that are more resilient to changes in your application.

    03.Avoiding the Test User It can be really easy to write tests that do things your users don't care about. When you do this it feels like you're just writing tests for the sake of writing tests. Almost like you're re-implementing your app in your tests. By avoiding the test user, you can keep your tests implementation detail free and refactor friendly.

    04.Testing Databases There's something to be said for mocking out downstream APIs, but at some point in every application, there's going to be persistence and you want to make sure that your application can connect to and use it. We'll learn how to efficiently setup and use a test database.

    05.Writing authenticated tests Pulling up your app and clicking around is one thing, but most apps require a logged in user, and setting that up can be a challenge. In this workshop we'll see how to do this efficiently to avoid over-testing, and encourage your co-workers to contribute tests (because it's easy to do).

    November 14, 9:00-18:00 EST. In-person in New York, venue – TBA.

    Kent C. Dodds
  • pro
    Senior Mindset Workshop: Think like a *True* Senior Engineer (In-Person)

    Getting that senior title is easy. Just stick around. Being a true senior takes a new way of thinking.

    You're a great engineer. You can code anything you need, solve every problem, google any solution. Your code is flying.

    But somehow you're ... stuck. Interviewing feels rough, you pass the coding and fail the real stuff. Culture and system. At work they keep giving you stupid little problems with no growth. You crave challenge and keep tweaking CSS instead. You want some responsibility, damn it! What's that coworker got that you don't? Most of all you crave autonomy. The freedom to tackle big challenges and help the company with your brilliance. They don't even see all the bad code you see! How can they live like this?? Instead of autonomy, you're getting babysat. Managers asking what you're up to, daily standups that feel like a drag, pushback and 'maybe someday' on every idea that you give. I was like that a few years ago. A totally senior engineer who keeps running into walls and getting stuck. Now even bigger companies trust me with designing systems and leading teams on projects that could make or break the company. In this workshop you'll learn what changed and how to apply the Senior Mindset to your work and career:

    • How to gain autonomy
    • Inspire trust
    • Own large projects
    • Get freedom to experiment
    • Have your ideas heard
    • Think like an expert
    • Become a decision-making peer, not a pair of hands

    You'll work on case studies, analyze anecdotes, discuss insightful books, and look at your work and career in a new light.

    November 14, 9:00-18:00 EST. In-person in New York, venue – TBA.

    Swizec Teller
  • pro
    Advanced React Patterns (Remote)

    Learn how to build simple and flexible React Components and Hooks using modern patterns.

    Making React components and hooks that can be used in multiple places is not hard. What is hard is when the use cases differ. Without the right patterns, you can find yourself with a highly complex component or custom hook that requires a lot of configuration props and way too many if statements.

    With this workshop, you'll not only learn great patterns you can use but also the strengths and weaknesses of each, so you know which to reach for to provide your custom hooks and components the flexibility and power you need.

    November 17, 9:00-18:00 EST. Remote.

    Kent C. Dodds
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    Web Accessibility in JavaScript Apps (Remote)

    Often we see JavaScript damaging the accessibility of a website. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to avoid that, but also how to use JS in your favor to actually enhance the accessibility of your web apps! We’ll explore multiple scenarios with hands-on exercises, talk about keyboard, ARIA and you’ll even learn the how Screen Readers are used. Join me and let me show you how accessibility doesn't limit your solutions or skills. On the contrary, it will make them more inclusive!

    November 20. Time: 9:00-12:00 EST. Remote.

    Sandrina Pereira
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