Join Formidable at SeattleJS Conference

26 April 2017

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Becca Lee

The SeattleJS Conference conference is coming this August 10th and 11th, and Formidable is the presenting sponsor. Have you bought your tickets yet?

For background, when we heard that CascadiaFest wasn’t happening this summer, the Formidable crew was super bummed. As the ongoing organizers of Seattle’s JavaScript user group, SeattleJS, we decided we had the opportunity and the obligation to make sure the powerful JavaScript forces of the Northwest came together this year.

SeattleJS Conference will be held on August 10th and 11th, just two blocks away from Formidable HQ at the Fremont Foundry. The conference will be a convergence of the top talent in JavaScript from the Pacific Northwest and beyond, looking at the language’s breadth and depth.

In tandem with the conference, Formidable is also offering a two day training in advanced React and React Native. The training, held on August 8th and 9th at Formidable, will be led by a team of React experts and educators. If you’re looking to level up your expertise in React and learn best practices for building production-ready web and mobile applications, you won’t want to miss it.

Tickets for the conference and training are available for sale now via Eventbrite. Early bird tickets are going quickly so be sure to reserve your spot ASAP.

If you have any questions about the training or conference, give us a holler on Twitter.

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