GOTO Amsterdam (June 17-19, 2015) is a vendor independent international software development conference with more that 50 top speakers and 500 attendees. The conference covers topics such as AngularJS, Disruption, Docker, Drones, Elasticsearch, Hadoop, Microservices & Scrum.

Presentation: "React.render (<Introduction name="ReactJS is awesome" />, mountNode);"

Track: Solutions Track Friday / Time: Friday 13:20 - 14:10 / Location: Verwey Kamer

ReactJS is a UI library created by facebook. It implements concepts such as virtual DOM and one-way reactive data flow. This gives you, as a programmer, a simpler programming model and reduces boilerplate. We will show you why this makes ReactJS awesome.

In this session we will introduce you to ReactJS by coding an example live on stage. Step by step you will learn the basics and the gotchas of ReactJS.

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Daniël van Hoesel, Passionate Software Developer at Zilverline

Daniël van Hoesel

Biography: Daniël van Hoesel

Passionate Software Developer. Daniel loves creating beautiful (valuable) software and to deliver clean code. Big fan of Agile, XP practices, TDD and all the other stuff that makes software great. A few current areas of interest: Ruby, JavaScript, React, Swift, NodeJS, User Interaction.
Working full-time at Zilverline, since 2011. Maintainer of the React Tap Event Plugin on NPM. Created a private social network called, completely build with a React frontend.

Twitter: @s0meone

Lars Vonk, Agilist with Passion for Crafting Software

Lars Vonk

Biography: Lars Vonk

Agilist with a passion for crafting software. Lars' passion is programming in a dedicated team and building great software. He likes to help teams to raise their level of knowledge and professionalism by hands-on coaching. Advocate of XP practices like TDD, Continuous Integration and all that other good stuff. Besides programming Lars frequently acts as a co-trainer during Scrum/Agile trainings and workshops. Current areas of expertise and interest: Ruby, Scala, Java, Sinatra, Scalatra, 0 downtime deployments, eventsourcing to name a few.

Twitter: @larsvonk