React code reviews!
Hi all! My name is Alex, I work as a front end engineer at Replit. I specialize on React, Node and TypeScript. Before that I spent 7 years at Facebook working on React, React Native and other projects.
I'm new to Talk and this is not a tutorial, sorry! But if you are learning React, I can look at your code and give you some feedback and suggestions.
If you have an app you've been working on that's using React, feel free to share the repl here and tell me which parts of code you are not sure about or wants some feedback on. I'll try to record short video reviews and will share them in the replies, so we all can learn!
I'm going to look at your projects sometime today or early next week. If you like the format we can do it again in the future!
First of all I welcome you in this forum. hope you have a good time here and increase your knowledge second I would like to wish you good luck in your respective field. What I believe is Programming is an art, we create our own world inside a world (computers). I understand and everything how it's felt when a program compiles without errors because I'm an Essay Writer plus a programmer of C# and also knows a little Java.
I care a lot about representation in technology, and a future where people from underrepresented groups in technology are hired and succeed at the same rates as their peers. Being a part of the team helping to guide the direction and growth of community is an incredible honor.
Imagine me telling an admin this:
The tutorial section is not really for this (TBH, they should add a way for people to offer tutoring services or smthing like that).
Since you are a frontend engineer why not make a support ticket system where people can send help requests and post that on share?
I mean, I don't know IG replit accepts this and I saw one other person doing this so IG it's ok? I'm not a mod so I wouldn't know... (after all, tutorials are a way of offering help so eh. Maybe make a react tutorial series?)
Sadly I hate using other people's work (cuz I feel like the project isn't fully mine anymore) so I almost always go with vanilla JS (ironically, someone made the JS lang... 'ight time to binary... I mean make my own computer from scratch, build my own CPU architecture and code it in binary).
Still, ReactJS seems nice.