About React Certification

    

React is one of the top-notch technologies in the recent years. However, React ecosystem is constantly evolving. They are always coming up with the newer ways to create your application, to handle errors, to control the views, and to render the right screen at the right time. That said, the ecosystem is huge! How do you know how to handle the navigation of your web app? What about the store and API communication? Should you use inline styles or regular CSS? What are the best tools to perform a great Unit Test? Can I reuse what I already did on a mobile platform? What makes these topics unique is that they are the core of most of the main products built right now. Facebook, Reddit, Airbnb, Wizeline Roadmap, and others trust React and its ecosystem. And now, is your turn to level up your skills.

Requirements

  • Level required: Medium. This means that the student must know the basics of React (lifecycle, state, props, JSX, etc)
  • English Speaking
  • JavaScript Advanced Skills
  • Git
July 02 - July 12

Course Dates

Mexico City, MX

Location

8 Days

Course Length

30 students

Onsite limited

English

Language

Courses

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

"Updating your Sources"

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

All about React 16 (Fiber)

7:00PM - 9:00 PM

"Storing your Data"

7:00pm - 9:00 pm

Thunk, Sagas, or Observable. What to Choose

7:00 pm - 9:00pm

"A Nicer Place where to Code"

7:00 pm - 9:00pm

Students will get into the benefits of typing systems, and the benefits of avoiding common errors while coding.

7:00 pm - 9:00pm

"A Nicer Place where to Code"

How to get certified

Upon completion of this course and passing the final exam, you will receive an ITESM React.js Intermediate Level Certification, which states the graduate can competently create complex single-page applications that can interact with external APIs and handle complex data.

1

Attend the four course modules

2

Complete the assigned exams

3

Get certified as a React Developer by ITESM

Who should apply

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Mid/Senior Front End Developers

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Front End Developers who already know React

Lecturers

Carlos López

Carlos López

Software Engineer

Carlos Lopez studied computer engineering at CUCEI, before jumping into the startup life. He has been a software engineer at Gbox and Ooyala, before joining Wizeline, where he focuses on frontend development, particularly web performance, and pixel-perfect UIs.

Benjamin Gil

Benjamin Gil

Software developer

Benjamin studied computer science at ITESM CCM and a computer intelligence course in CVUT Prague. He worked at public genomic institution INMEGEN and a small Mexican startup called MENT. Currently, at Wizeline he is mainly a Front-end Engineer that enjoys creating user interfaces and creating elegant solutions with modern technologies.

Timothée Givois

Timothée Givois

Software developer

Tim Givois is a full-stack engineer that currently works at Wizeline developing chatbots and web applications using React and Node. He previously worked at Rappi integrating fraud systems and e-payments. He's also a student of the Master in Computer Science at ITAM and holds a Degree in Electronics Engineering by ITESM. In his free time, he seeks new ways to generate social impact using new technologies.

Roberto Fierros

Roberto Fierros

Software developer

Roberto got his BS in Systems Engineering at ITESM and a certificate of Intensive Studies in Computer Science at Stanford University. Previously, he worked as an automation engineer at IBM and as a C developer at Oracle. Roberto is a software engineer at Wizeline, working with Wizeline's own products and internal tools, mainly focused on web application frontends.

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