Quick note to accompany the newsletter going out tomorrow morning – I'm delaying Byteconf Season Two until the beginning of 2020.
I announced that planning for the new version of Byteconf had begun at the beginning of August, but as the first week of September rolls by, I'm finding that it's taking a little bit longer for me than I thought it would to get back into the planning of recurring meetups, including all the low-level
Our community has grown a TON in the first year of Byteconf , and to celebrate, we've partnered up with a ton of great folks in the frontend web development community to give away all kinds of exciting products and subscriptions to help you jumpstart your web dev career – over $2000 in prizes! I'm thrilled to be announcing Byteconf's first giveaway: "A Very Merry Byteconf" .
We're giving away a ton of incredible stuff, thanks to some of our fri
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Announcing our speakers for Byteconf React Native 2018, streamed for free on December 14th, 2018.
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