JS @ Web Summer Camp


For the 2nd time in a row, frontend web professionals will participate in hands-on JavaScript-oriented workshops. Learn more in the blog posts.


Over the course of three days, JavaScript lovers will be able to get a charge out of the following workhops:

  • Front-end performance: Building faster websites; by Harry Roberts – In this workshop, you will take an in-depth look at things like how the network really works, how to keep websites fast whilst keeping clients and stakeholders happy, how to optimise your assets for faster delivery, and much more.
  • Getting to know Webpack 4; by Sia Karamalegos – Learn about the new features as well as the core features by building a simple application using JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and images.
  • Using React; by Kristijan Ristovski Kitze – Explaining the basics and internals is not enough, so in this module, Kitze is going to explain the best practices while you are going to learn to "think in React" and apply solutions to real problems.
  • Up & running with full stack serverless GraphQL; by Nader Dabit – You will look at how to abstract away the task of building and maintaining a GraphQL server by using services like AWS AppSync.


Harry Roberts

CSS Wizardry

Harry is a consultant front-end architect from the UK who helps companies all over the world write and manage better quality UIs for their products and teams. He has worked with Google, UN, Etsy, Kickstarter, BBC, Unilever, Deloitte, and more. He is also a speaker and an author of CSS Guidelines.

Sia Karamalegos

Clio + Calliope

Sia is the founder and lead developer at Clio + Calliope. She has over 15 years of experience in technology, strategy, project management, and operations from small startups to large corporations across multiple industries, especially high-tech and education. In 2015, 2016, and 2017, Sia was recognized as one of the 100 most influential and active people in tech and entrepreneurship in Louisiana.

Kristijan Ristovski Kitze


Kristijan teaches JavaScript and React at React Academy. He cares about open source and has made custom-react-scripts and mobx-router. He has also launched Sizzy and OK-Google.io.

Nader Dabit

Amazon Web Services

Nader is a developer advocate at AWS Mobile and the host of the React Native Radio podcast.