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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The Event

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!
Stay tuned!

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
Developer Education Expert, USA
Talk: Gateway to React: The React.dev Story

Rachel Nabors has worked web standards and opensource with Mozilla, the W3C, Microsoft, and lead the new React and React Native docs at react.dev and reactnative.dev with the core teams at Meta. Their dream is to teach the world to code so others may create a future we can all believe in. After leading developer education at AWS Amplify, they are traveling the world, reconnecting with the community and making cool things.

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.

Ken Wheeler
React Artist, USA

Core Architecture@[REDACTED], ReactJS Advocate, Speaker, Producer, Synthwave Artist, Google Dev Expert.

Kent C. Dodds
Epic React, USA
Talk: The Epic Stack

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
Talk: The Rise of the AI Engineer

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.

Tom Preston-Werner
RedwoodJS, USA

Tom Preston-Werner is an inventor, entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist. He is currently building RedwoodJS, Preston-Werner Ventures (investing in open source, dev tools, climate tech, AI), and 128 Collective (a climate think tank working on the just transition to 1.5 degrees). Tom also cofounded and was CEO of GitHub, and created Jekyll, SemVer, and TOML. He currently sits on the boards of Gitpod, Netlify, Mote Hydrogen, and Hack Club. Tom enjoys running, mountain biking, snowboarding, flying helicopters, baking sourdough, and eating tater tots.

Jenn Creighton
Netflix, USA
Talk: Your Emotions are not an Anti-Pattern

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.

Swizec Teller
Tia, USA
Talk: Forget Bad Code, Focus on the System

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.

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.

Jesse Hall
MongoDB, USA
Talk: OpenAI in React: Integrating GPT-4 with Your React Application

Jesse Hall, aka @codeSTACKr, is an accomplished full-stack developer with a dedication to teaching others about web development. By leveraging his self-taught experience, he creates engaging and informative content through articles, videos, live streaming, and interactive presentations. His areas of focus include JavaScript, TypeScript, React, Node.js, Next.js, Tailwind CSS, and MongoDB. In his pursuit of knowledge sharing, Jesse continually updates his skills and techniques to provide cutting-edge insights and tutorials for web developers of all levels.

Kathryn Middleton
Meta, USA

Kathryn Middleton is an Engineering Manager on the React team. Kathryn initially discovered web development when she wanted to make her myspace page look cool. She ended up majoring in Computer Science, and quickly became a huge fan of React building features on the Instagram.com team. Outside of programming she loves playing pingpong, teaching spin classes, and going plant shopping.

Rahat Chowdhury
Polygon, USA
Talk: Building Friendly User Experiences in Web3

Rahat is a hip hop artist turned web developer, indie hacker, and web3 enthusiast. Rahat's passions include advocating for mental health in tech, music, gaming, and mentoring new developers especially in the web3 space.

David S. Price
RedwoodJS, USA
Talk: Why Redwood Adopted React Server Components

By weekday, David is a RedwoodJS cofounder, GP at Preston-Werner Ventures, and developer in residence at 128 Collective, a climate philanthropy organization. At all other times, he is mostly “Dad”, often “husband”, and, when he can sneak away, enjoying the forest, ocean, and coffee shop near his home. He can be found in northern Northern California along the coast, gazing past his computer screen at the distant ocean (courtesy of the gratuitously oversized garage-office windows).

Kathleen McMahon
Northwestern Mutual, USA
Talk: Design Systems Carnival! One Accessible Component, Many Pretty Masks

Kathleen is a software engineer, designer, and conference speaker, who has deep industry experience that fuels her passion for making apps beautifully accessible. She’s currently a Senior Design Systems Engineer at Northwestern Mutual, she's also a Color Module Specification Editor for the W3C Design Tokens Community Group. She is the Creative Director for the CXsisters network in her spare time and the best lanterne rouge cyclocrosser you’ll ever meet.

Hassan El Mghari
Vercel, USA
Talk: Navigating Seamless Web Experiences: Unlocking App Router for Enhanced User Journeys

I'm a full-stack software engineer based in Philadelphia. I founded UltraShock Gaming, a game marketing startup with a community of 500,000 members on Steam, and ran it for 4 years before selling it. I'm passionate about startups in the developer tools space and building interesting side projects.

I graduated with a B.S in computer engineering from Drexel and am currently working as a developer advocate for Vercel. When I'm not coding, I'm playing soccer, reading, writing or enjoying some good food with friends.

Daniel Afonso
OLX Group, Portugal
Talk: A Nerdy Guide to the Web Trending Concepts

Daniel is a Developer Advocate at OLX Group. His current interest is in React and JavaScript, and he advocates for better testing principles using the testing library. He has a full-stack background, having worked with different languages and frameworks on various projects from IoT to Fraud Detection. In his free time, when he's not learning new technologies or writing about them, he's probably reading comics or watching superhero movies and shows.

Kaleb McKelvey
Netflix, USA
Talk: My Adventure of Learning TVUI

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!

Ivan Akulov
PerfPerfPerf, Netherlands
Talk: React Concurrency × Core Web Vitals

"Ivan is a Google Developer Expert, web performance consultant, and full-stack software engineer. His web performance experience has helped clients like Google, Framer, Appsmith, and many more. He currently runs the web performance consulting agency PerfPerfPerf.

Outside of work, Ivan enjoys exploring modern art, discovering lesser-known electronic and techno artists, and obsessing over serif typefaces."

Benjamin Holmes
Astro, USA
Talk: React Server Components from Scratch

Ben is a full-stack developer, open source maintainer, and whiteboardist making the web a little better. You'll find him hacking on Astro.build or sharing bite-sized learnings on wtw.dev.

Cecelia Martinez
Ionic, USA
Talk: Automating React Native Deployments

Cecelia Martinez is a Developer Advocate for Appflow at Ionic. Previous companies include Cypress and Replay, and she is passionate about open source devtools and building inclusive developer communities. Cecelia speaks about web & mobile development, testing, and DevOps. She is a Lead Volunteer with Women Who Code, Chapter Head of Out in Tech Atlanta, a GitHub Star Alumni, and has served on the program committee for multiple tech conferences. Before transitioning into tech, Cecelia had careers in Journalism and Finance, and loves using both sides of her brain to connect with people and solve problems.

Facundo Giuliani
Storyblok, Argentina
Talk: Pushing Boundaries to the Edge

Among the different things that Facundo enjoys, some of them are meeting and connecting with other people, web development, and talking a lot. After more than 12 years working as a developer, creating products and projects for different organizations and clients, he thought it would be great to combine those three interests in some way. In his search of ways to handle that, he discovered the world of Developer Relations. Nowadays, Facundo works as a DevRel Engineer at Storyblok, and he spends his time engaging with the dev community, speaking at events and conferences, creating and sharing content, writing articles for different websites and platforms, leading workshops, and talking (of course). He is one of the organizers of React Buenos Aires, the biggest React community in Argentina. He has been selected Prisma Ambassador, Auth0 Ambassador, and Cloudinary Media Developer Expert.

Jasper De Moor
CodeSandbox, Belgium
Talk: Building a Node.js Runtime for the Browser

Staff software engineer at CodeSandbox pushing the boundaries of what is possible with web technology, Rust enthousiast, performance obsessed, building developer friendly tools

Brittany Joiner
PixieBrix, USA
Talk: Anyone Can Be an Open Source Maintainer

Brittany Joiner is a marketer turned developer that now brings her skills together as Head of Developer Relations at PixieBrix! She loves building automations, tools, and toys, and she's super passionate about helping folks transition to tech careers. You'll find her traveling the world, reading by the pool, or checking out the farmers market with her girlfriend and pup.

Medhat Dawoud
Miro, The Netherlands
Talk: Beyond First Load Speed with INP

Medhat is a Senior Software Engineer at Miro and a Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies with extended experience in several web technologies, through his writings on his blog, online video courses, and talks he likes to share learnings, tips to write cleaner/reusable code, and useful DevTools, also he likes to speak about web performance and how to ship a fast and accessible web application to everyone

Karan Kiri
Fabric, India
Talk: Measuring Coverage of React Design System

Karan is working as SDE 2 at Fabric. Currently dabbling with Design System, Micro Frontend and Frontend Infrastructure

Bryan Hughes
Patreon, USA
Talk: Taming the State Management Dragon

Bryan Hughes is a staff frontend engineer at Patreon, long-time member of the Node.js and NodeBots communities, and tech activist.

Bryan is the creator of Raspi IO which provides Raspberry Pi support for the Johnny-Five JavaScript robotics library. Bryan also created RVL, a distributed wireless LED lighting system designed for festivals, Reduxology, a library that makes React+Redux easier to use, and Aquarium Control, a Raspberry Pi based system for controlling lights and monitoring temperature of his aquarium.

Outside of tech, Bryan is an active member of the LGTBQ community, a photographer, pianist, and a wine aficionado.

Pillippa Pérez Pons
Smartbiz, USA
Talk: Server Components to the Rescue: Turbocharging and Empowering Your React Apps with Style

Pillippa is a dedicated software developer and avid React enthusiast, fueled by her innate curiosity and zeal for learning. Hailing from a small town and growing up in a large family, she embraced the virtues of persistence and determination from a young age. Pillippa's keen focus on innovation and the practical application of new knowledge drives her exploration of diverse features in web development. As an active participant within the community, she aspires to inspire and collaborate with fellow developers, fostering a collective spirit of growth and advancement.

Jerel Miller
Apollo GraphQL, USA
Talk: How to Use Suspense and GraphQL with Apollo to Build Great User Experiences

Jerel is a Principal Software Engineer at Apollo GraphQL maintaining the Apollo TypeScript Client living in beautiful Colorado, USA. He loves the art of software development and finding creative solutions to challenging problems.

Alessia Bellisario
Apollo GraphQL, USA
Talk: How to Use Suspense and GraphQL with Apollo to Build Great User Experiences

Alessia lives in New York City with her wife, son, and rambunctious cat. She loves ECMAScript, building in the open, and making plotter art with her two trusty drawing robots.

Kræn Hansen
MongoDB, Denmark
Talk: How Realm by MongoDB is Testing Native Modules “on device”

Kræn is a Senior Software Engineer at MongoDB contributing primarily to Realm JS and its related packages. He has build and maintained multiple React apps, including the Realm Cloud (replaced by MongoDB Atlas post acquisition) and Realm Studio (an Electron app to browse the Realm database). He lives 30 minutes west of Copenhagen, with his wife and their two twin girls. They recently added yet another newborn girl to their pack.

Aiden Bai
Dimension (dimension.dev), USA
Talk: Virtual DOM: Back in Block

Aiden Bai is a frontend performance engineer with a passion for efficient developer tools. He's the creator of Million.js and is the resident performance nerd at Dimension.

Taz Singh
Guild, UK
Talk: Wait, You're Shipping React Native to the Web?!

Taz is the Founder of Guild and long time participant in communities around the world. He has over two decades of software experience ranging from video games & robotic AI to consumer application development, has served as a principal technical management consultant, and is a serial startup founder. When he's not behind his computer, he can be found chasing his cat around the house or being chased by cars around a race track.

Shaun Evening
Chromatic, Canada
Talk: Defeat Decision Paralysis: Building a Killer Design System in Isolation

I'm a seasoned software developer with a passion for creating engaging developer experiences. As a Developer Experience Engineer at Chromatic, I'm dedicated to improving integrations in the Storybook ecosystem, making it easier for developers to build high-quality UIs with confidence.

In addition to my technical expertise, I'm an advocate for education and empowering developers to reach their full potential. When I'm not coding, you can find me jamming on my bass or spending quality time with my Great Danes, Zola and Noodles.

Ruby Jane Cabagnot
Talk: Using the React Ecosystem With the World's First O(1) Javascript Framework?

Ruby Jane Cabagnot is a full-stack DotNET/Reactjs developer based in Oslo, Norway, who published a book about writing Enterprise React applications.

Lucky Nkosi
BBD Software, South Africa
Talk: A11y Beyond the Theory: Integrating Accessibility Testing Into Your Workflow

Lucky is a Software Engineer at BBD with experience in building enterprise software solutions in the banking, Insurance, entertainment, education, and telecommunications sectors.

Nikola Mitrovic
Vega IT, Serbia
Talk: Superpowers of Browser's Web API

Experienced JavaScript Software Engineer with 7 years in the industry. More skilled in Front-end Development, with high level of experience in working with Micro Front-end architecture, designing projects as a set of standalone components that include their own interfaces, logic, and storage, developing mini-applications independently, and composing them all together in the browser with different integration techniques. Passionate about web performance and ensuring the best possible User Experience of web applications.

Alexandra Spalato
Storyblok, Spain
Talk: Lightning Fast E-Commerce: Remix your Shop with Shopify Hydrogen

Alexandra Spalato is a DevRel Engineer at Storyblok. She specializes in JAMstack and headless architecture and helps developers bring their visions to life. With her diverse background as freelancer and entrepreneur, Alexandra offers a fresh perspective on building successful web projects. She is always seeking new ways to innovate and drive tech progress, whether by speaking at conferences or empowering developers.

Mike North
Elementum, USA
Talk: Breaking the 'useEffect' Habit

Mike is a passionate software engineer with an intense focus on community. His expertise has been spent organizing multiple meetup groups (React Utah, UtahJS, Free Code Camp), Improving training and content for local bootcamps and universities, running open source projects, and becoming a tech conference organizer and speaker. His goal is to help break barriers for those entering the tech industry.

Niya Panamdanam
Healthie, Canada
Talk: React State Management with Valtio

Niya is a Software Engineer at Healthie, primarily working on the front end. She is passionate about user experience, performance, the cool shit you can do with javascript, and a good cup of coffee. If she is not coding, you can find her binging anime or reading manga.

Jon Jensen
Netflix, USA
Talk: You's the Platform!

Jon Jensen is a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix working to improve the developer experience for other UI engineers. Previously he worked at Amazon and Instructure, working on all things software-y. In his spare time he's usually in the mountains or playing with his kids.

Chris Ng
Linkedin, USA
Talk: Road to Zero Lint Failures: Tackling Code Quality Challenges at Scale

Chris Ng is a Senior Staff Software Engineer at LinkedIn based in New York City working on the media experiences you encounter on LinkedIn.com. Chris leads the linting strategy for LinkedIn's flagship web application and brings together different teams and personalities to achieve shared goals related to web infrastructure, product strategy, and resolving long standing issues.

Chris Griffing
Fairwinds, USA
Talk: Trees aren't just Foliage: ASTs and Practical Usage

A lifelong snowboarder, Chris loves long walks in the snow and toppling end over end through deep powder. He has a passion for streaming software development on Twitch and loves to just chat about tech and hang out.

Nitya Narasimhan
Microsoft, USA
Talk: Want to Build an Enterprise-Grade App? Tear One Down!

Nitya Narasimhan is a PhD and Polyglot with 20+ years of software research & development experience. She is a visual storyteller and developer advocate at Microsoft, where she builds code and content to empower JavaScript developers do more with Cloud + AI.

Lucas Estevão
Apple via Avenue Code, USA
Talk: Content Security Policy with Next.js: Leveling Up your Website's Security

Lucas is a proud dad and kickboxing brown belt. He has over 15 years of experience in large-scale software development, from system design and architecture to engineering management of front-end teams. In addition, he invests time in influencing technical recruitment processes, mentoring engineers, and, most recently, hosting a career podcast in Brazilian Portuguese. Currently working at Apple as a contractor from Avenue Code.

Tony Alicea
The Smyth Group, USA
Talk: Authoring HTML in a JavaScript World

Tony is a bestselling Udemy and Pluralsight author, known for his online courses such as "JavaScript: Understanding the Weird Parts", in which he focuses on teaching web and computer science fundamentals. He has spent 25 years as a web application developer, database architect, and UX designer and continues to focus on creating a usable and accessible web. He holds a BS in computer science from Case Western Reserve University.

Maxi Ferreira
Help Scout, Los Angeles, California
Talk: The Messy Middle — Navigating Complexity in Large React Applications

Maxi is a full-stack software engineer with a passion for creating delightful user experiences. He works at Help Scout as a Staff Frontend Engineer, specializing in frontend architecture, web performance, and third-party application development. Originally from Buenos Aires, Maxi now lives in Los Angeles, CA with his wife, two daughters, and two dogs.

Robert Balicki
Talk: Suspense for Data Fetching: How to Fetch During Render

Robert was most recently on the Relay team at Meta.

Heather May
Stitch Fix, USA
Talk: The Unexpected Key Value Pair in Mentoring

Heather May is a Lead Software Engineer at Stitch Fix, author, musician, and proud Mama of the sweetest Pointer-mix rescue.

Sidney Buckner
Deeper Than Tech, USA
Talk: The Unexpected Key Value Pair in Mentoring

Sidney is a Software Engineer and educator based in Atlanta, GA, US. She always aims to keep people laughing and learning something while navigating the tech industry. Her work includes finding compassion and play as she shares how she navigates her tech career on her YouTube channel and co-hosts the Deeper Than Tech Podcast.

Saurav Jain
Amplication, India
Talk: Three Factors That are Blocking Contributions to Your Open Source Project

Over the past two years, Saurav has been dedicated to fostering and growing a vibrant community of over 30,000 open-source developers. Saurav's expertise lies in running successful programs such as "Issues for First Timers," which has facilitated the onboarding of hundreds of new developers into the world of open source. With a strong online presence, Saurav has garnered a substantial following of over 40,000 on Twitter. He actively engages with the open-source community, sharing valuable insights, promoting collaboration, and advocating for the benefits of open-source software. Saurav's expertise in community management and his commitment to open-source development have earned him opportunities to speak at renowned conferences worldwide, including PyCon Ireland, PyCon Italy, FOSS Mumbai, OCD India, DevRel.com, and many more. As a speaker, Saurav brings a wealth of knowledge and experience, inspiring others to embrace open-source and contribute to its growth. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights and practical strategies from Saurav's engaging and informative sessions, empowering them to navigate the open-source landscape and make a meaningful impact within their own communities.

Konstantin Lebedev
STRV, Czech Republic
Talk: Javascript Optional: Modern React Applications That Work Without JS

Web developer, speaker, and educator. Constantly discovering new ways to improve the architecture of web applications, and make them more secure, fast, and interactive.

Stephen Cooper
AG Grid, UK
Talk: Rendering: To Sync or Not to Sync?

Stephen is a Senior Developer at AG Grid. An active blogger writing about web tech who speaks at conferences and meet-ups worldwide, sharing practical and experience-based tips, tricks, and case studies.