Have you read my book, React Quickly? You should, because it is awesome and the perfect tool for people who want the most efficient way to learn React. Team of over five people at Manning Publications and I spent almost two years (2!) writing, editing and publishing this book. Readers praise it!
But if you haven’t, that’s also okay. Because in this course I have created video summaries of the key passages and chapter introductions in React Quickly: Painless web apps with React, JSX, Redux, and GraphQL.
It’s perfect as a reminder for those who have read the book and a great shortcut for those who haven’t. Or it can serve as the perfect companion for those of you who are going through the book now.
React Quickly: Painless web apps with React, JSX, Redux, and GraphQL 👉 http://bit.ly/1RbD6l6
Two of Azat's books, Rapid Prototyping with JS and Express.js Guide, were best-sellers on Amazon in their category!
Azat published multiple top selling video courses on Udemy before shifting his focus on growing Node University and providing FREE quality education in tech and IT. One of his courses has over 7,500 students and 4.2/5 star average!
In 2016 alone, Azat spoke at over a dozen of tech conferences including JSConf Iceland, Node Summit, Node Interactive Europe, Node Interactive America, ConFoo, ForwardJS, All Things Open, Great Wide Open and many others.
Azat Mardan speaking at Node Interactive Europe 2016
In his spare time, Azat writes about tech on Webapplog.com, speaks at conferences and contributes to open-source. Before becoming an expert in Node.js, Azat finished his Master’s in Information Systems Technology; and worked at U.S. federal government agencies, small startups and big corporations with various technologies such as Java, SQL, PHP, Ruby, etc.
Azat is passionate about technology and finance, as well as new disruptive ways of educating and empowering people.
Azat spoke at over two dozen tech conferences including Node Interactive, JSConf, All Things Open, NationJS, ForwardJS, HolyJS, NDC, ConFoo, QCon, GDG DevFest, etc. and shared a platform with dev celebrities such as Douglas Crockford, Christian Heilmann, Jeff Atwood, Dan Shaw, Mikeal Rogers, John Papa, Axel Rauschmayer, Kyle Simpso, Samer Buna, James Halliday, Maxwell Ogden, Rey Bango and others.
Azat worked in the same teams with prominent tech people such as Raquel Vélez (first engineer at npm), Jim Jagielski (founder of Apache Foundation), Mitch Pirtle (co-founder of Joomla!).
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