• Tara Manicsic
  • Nader Dabit

Special Guests: Joe Eames

In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discusses The Framework Summit with Joe Eames. Joe discusses the history behind the conference and how it came to be created. They really wanted to create a conference that would include all of the frameworks, especially those that are underrepresented in the programming community, like React. He touches on why he is passionate about this project, why it is important to be open to learning new things, and the overall format of the conference.

In particular, we dive pretty deep on:

  • The Framework Summit
  • October 2-3, 2018 in Park City, Utah
  • The history of the conference
  • React
  • Originally called the “Tri-conference”
  • Frameworks play a major part in your code development
  • “Religiousness” of which framework is the “right” or “wrong” one to use
  • Opportunity to expose more people to new frameworks
  • Comparing the frameworks
  • The importance of being willing to learn new things
  • Bursting “thought bubbles”
  • Being open to change
  • Merging communities and creating open dialogue
  • Format of the conference
  • Both single-track and multi-track
  • Elm
  • Vue
  • Angular
  • Great lineup already and it’s getting better
  • Webflow
  • Novel and unique talks
  • What not to do when submitting talks
  • And much, much more!