Kiwi.com Modern JS weekend

Prague, 22 – 24 November, 2019

An intensive educational weekend
with top Kiwi.com developers

 

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Learn to build Kiwi.com homepage

Fetch data via GraphQL, create React components and make it all alive in Next.js framework. Ensure it works due to Cypress.io end to end tests and setup continuous deployment process.

Mentors

The mentors are top Kiwi.com JavaScript engineers, more people will be announced soon 

 

Pavel Doleček

Pavel Doleček

Pavel aka Strajk likes planning, doing, and delivering useful things, mostly software. Knows a bit about programming, software architecture, and project management.

Štěpán Skovajsa

Štěpán Skovajsa

Štěpán’s programming journey started with C/C++ and lead him through PHP but he ended with JavaScript because he realised that it’s good for both client & backend. In the daytime, he’s a frontend developer at Kiwi.com, in the nighttime, he’s also a backend beast and expresses himself as a full swag developer.

Michael Musil

Michael Musil

Michael is Javascript principal engineer at Kiwi.com. Full-stack developer (JavaScript, React, NodeJS). ReasonML fan. Doesn’t do much programming but has a great overview of different stacks.

Petr Šnobelt

Petr Šnobelt

Petr has been programming for more than 20 years and nearly all-time in a browser. He fell in love with React immediately after the first release and still loves it. He likes evaluating new ideas from functional languages like ReasonML or Elm and put these concepts into regular JavaScript.

Luděk Vepřek

Luděk Vepřek

Luděk is one of the maintainers of our React component library and he ensures to deliver the best quality components for others. In free time, he designs apps for fun and officiates ice hockey matches.

Tomáš Hapl

Tomáš Hapl

Tomáš is working on our React components library and his objective is delivering components to our developers for its easy integration into our product. He started programming when he was 8, and on his journey on becoming a full-stack developer, he already tried many languages, including PHP, C#, and Javascript.

Entry task

The capacity of the hands-on educational weekend is limited to 20 people. We will choose the 20 best candidates based on the solution of the entry task.

FAQ

What skills do I need to be able to join the weekend?

You should solve our entry task and be confident with programming in Javascript.

Is there any fee to pay?

No, the whole educational weekend is free of charge and sponsored by Kiwi.com.

Do you provide accommodation?

We don’t.

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Open till 10. 11. 2019 23:59 (UTC+01:00)