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It is totally different of what you have seen before. I started yesterday, and it’s amazing!— Luis Jesus (@guetteman) September 30, 2020
I've only watched the Welcome to Epic React segment on @kentcdodds https://t.co/M6x3cFLzkG course and the positivity in how Kent speaks is really encouraging! Bonus the videos are small and digestible rather than a slog!— Billy Purvis (@mrmonkeytech) September 30, 2020
I started the @kentcdodds 🚀 https://t.co/kP7XXEKWuz course today!— Lizz Rennie (@lizzSoup) September 30, 2020
I love that there's testing built into the lessons. This is a great way to get us code nerds used to testing as a regular part of our development workflows. 🤓 ✅#reactjs #DEVCommunity
Halfway through the first module and this thing is insanely high quality. I have taken a lot of coding courses online and this is extremely awesome. Bravo @kentcdodds 👏👏👏— Jake Singer (@jakesing_) September 30, 2020
This course has been fantastic so far. I love the hands-on format and the way the lessons really try to explain what React's abstractions are doing under the hood instead of just showing you the syntax is a huge plus for me.— Dan Goodwin (@dcgoodwin2112) October 1, 2020
I get paid to use React for living, and I liked even the first beginner module. it legit starts with React.createElement and I love it. Raw React API was always a mystery to me cause every other tutorial skips over it.— P.T. (@PTolideh) October 1, 2020
It's awesome!! Very detailed but clear. No matter your React experience you'll have a lot to learn from it. They made a pretty powerful framework for exercising/learning so it's not just copy-the-instructor type of tutorials.— Mihai Hlodec (@mihaihlodec) October 1, 2020
I love it, the videos explain everything under the hood, and the workshops are great, it's beautifully organized, go for it and join a learning club, it really worth it!— Alexandra Spalato (@alexadark) October 1, 2020
I did, i actually learned something from React fundamentals (the second chapter). I can’t wait to get to the rest. 🚀— Ahmed Eldessouki (@nem0adam) October 1, 2020
It's really good~— Mandi Haase (@mandi_haase) October 1, 2020
Totally worth the money. I am still getting setup, but it is impressive— Chad Elofson (@chadelofson) October 1, 2020
Originally some Udemy courses. If I were to do it today, @kentcdodds epic React course. Udemy is good for just picking up the basics, but all the courses just rush through the advanced. Plus, it’s mostly just using and writing your own code that is most important.— Caleb (@goldfinger) October 1, 2020
Thanks to the support of @infinite_red, I'm excited to get started on @kentcdodds's Epic React tonight. All I've done so far is the setup, and I'm already so impressed at how thorough and immersive the course is!— Robin Heinze (@robin_heinze) October 2, 2020
Been enjoying the Epic React course. Specifically I think this is quite possibly the most polished UX for a code-along course I’ve used in awhile. Thanks @kentcdodds the effort you put into this shows.— Object.Method() Man (@iansvo) October 2, 2020
I’ve been working with React for 4 years or so and I’ve already learned 3 things I didn’t know and 3 things I thought I knew...and I’m only in the middle of the first Workshop. 😂— Tim Myers (@denvercoder) October 2, 2020
Going through @kentcdodds https://t.co/rnuPDjY3Lj and learning so much more I did not know just in the fundamentals course! Great work Kent!— Boston Cartwright (@bstncartwright) October 2, 2020
And I will say, doing this in @github Codespaces is incredible. Feels like the perfect pair.
It's REALLY good. You and the team did an amazing job. @cassidoo gave us a heads-up on it.— Philip John Basile 🕹#Vuejs (@PhilipJBasile) October 2, 2020
Really awesome stuff taking @kentcdodds Epic React! I just learned how the flow of hooks works and I'm honestly not sure where else I would've learned it anywhere else!— JonathanWongCodes (@JonWongCodes) October 3, 2020
Great course and well put together! Would definitely recommend!
https://t.co/RqguLFHPJ7 from @kentcdodds is more than fantastic. In Epic React Podcast Kent mentioned that most of the time will be spent on the keyboard, I can only say this course did exceed my expectation, it is very interactive with lots of challenges 🥳. Thanks @kentcdodds .— Tiger Abrodi 🐆 (@TAbrodi) October 3, 2020
What @kentcdodds teaches doesn't just apply to React and JS. My day job is primarily PHP and that code has clearly improved too since I've been reading his blogs and watching his YouTube videos. https://t.co/Sd8SJiaYdX is epic 🚀 - My first course like this! 😀— Michelle (@meowthumbs) October 3, 2020
Tbh I have also only finished the first module, you can tell it’s worth it already because you are learning things you don’t see elsewhere— Jose Gabriel Ocampo (@josegocampo) October 4, 2020
Also because the way you structured the course is very well thought out
Good job Kent ✌🏻
#EpicReact from @kentcdodds takes a different approach. Instead of just being fed video after video the path here is.— Richard Bagshaw (@bagwaa) October 4, 2020
"This is the goal, here are some tips, have a go"
This is great for memory, I have to actually think, and then I can learn the details in a follow up video.
Currently at "React Performance" in https://t.co/RqguLFqeRz from @kentcdodds. It is has been fantastic so far 🎉. Kent kept his promise, you will be spending more hours on the keyboard than watching videos 👏. I can only recommend it to other fellow developers 🥳.— Tiger Abrodi 🐆 (@TAbrodi) October 5, 2020
i gotta admit, sometimes when you're learning the first time you just blast through stuff to get to the end result. i understood the idea of custom components, but actually making one was rusty in my head. glad i didn't skip the fundamentals section! #epicreact @kentcdodds pic.twitter.com/Id3ENzeABj— Ryan (@denvermullets) October 5, 2020
Thank you! Loving it so far!— Christopher Dalziel (@dalziel_chris) October 5, 2020
Immersing in the new Epic React course/workshops of @kentcdodds , seems amazing so far!— Alex (@AlexBuaiscia) October 5, 2020
I just want more time to progress! 😅
Love the epic react from @kentcdodds . Took a day off to binge watch and learn some react goodness. I love the outros at the end and the star moving background. Also the mark complete button is extremely gratifying.— Suhas Deshpande (@suhas_rd) October 5, 2020
One of the things that I'm learning at https://t.co/xFpJbFCRYV thanks to @kentcdodds is how to keep the application simple. I just finish the tic-tac-toe challenge and I made it more complicated, using useEffect hook, than kent does.— Iván López 🇮🇨 (@ivanlhz) October 6, 2020
By watching his workshops, I learned how to teach 😎💻🎓 https://t.co/uKJurPCiYZ— Kittipong Srikittichai (@ks_otis) October 6, 2020
Sure thing! And if anyone wants to get a flavor of what the content is like, I started posting a short blog post after each lesson in Epic React. I totally agree w/ you that it's forcing me to make sure I actually comprehend stuff before moving on!https://t.co/rtNsmuPqSm— Jake Singer (@jakesing_) October 6, 2020
The learning experience you get with @kentcdodds workshops is simply another level. Literally epic. ⚛️🚀— Lenin Paulino (@leninpaulinon) October 7, 2020
I'm definitely one of those people who has a bad habbit of blowing through videos at 2X and missing some key points. I've really enjoyed slowing down and taking my time on this course though. Too much great info to do a speed run on this one!— Dan Goodwin (@dcgoodwin2112) October 8, 2020
I can't even imagine how much effort must have gone into this one. I could tell it was going to be a lot of content going in, but really didn't have a grasp on the depth of it until I started working through the material. I hope you and your team can get some vacation time soon!— Dan Goodwin (@dcgoodwin2112) October 8, 2020
Yeah! It’s very noticeable how careful you all have been to put this together. Thanks for that! ❤️— Haz (@diegohaz) October 8, 2020
The only thing I can say is that this course is really EPIC, no way to compare it with any other online courses. Even for the fundamental section that the material is the same as your egghead course, the way it's been structured in Epic React is amazing.— bassamkdev (@bassamkdev) October 8, 2020
As someone who has taught a 12 week bootcamp- i completely agree thats the scope of what you offer- and my students (with job placement assistance) paid frighteningly more.— Dean Radcliffe (@deaniusdev) October 9, 2020
Hey Kent, I'm doing your Epic React dev course rn and I must say that you're fulfilling your mission! I'm already learning a lot and I'm not even past the first chapter 😅. I REALLY WISH there was a course like this a year ago, when I embarked on my react journey on my own!— LazyTom (@iamLazyTom) October 8, 2020
I’m taking my time with this one, reading and writing articles as well, I feel I’m learning a lot like this. Great content!— Luis Jesus (@guetteman) October 8, 2020
@kentcdodds Hooks flow's video is fantastic. I learned so much. Only that video is already worth 50% of the price of the course. EpicReact it's absolutely worth buying!— Alfred 💬 - World Trigger ♥️ (@alfred_toh_) October 9, 2020
Definitely worth it. #EpicReact is the best course I have taken/ is still taking.Great content would totally recommend for anybody. Really the best teaching style I have experienced.— Of Monsters and Men (@chekwas88) October 9, 2020
I really loved https://t.co/DlLHLITj0t, It's an epic thing definitely.— M. Bagher Abiat🐞 (@asleMammadam) October 9, 2020
React Fundamentals ⚡️ 🛰— Harsh Makadia (@MakadiaHarsh) October 9, 2020
If you are using the key as an index in React you should consider checking this example on how it affects the rendering.
After seeing all the reviews I finally caved and purchased the https://t.co/Nl0TLt6Wlo course by @kentcdodds Merely hours into it and I’ve already learnt so much. Truly amazing job to you and the team for putting this together!#EpicReact— David Dunn (@dd4dev) October 9, 2020
A second #EpicReact module down, had lots of fun with this one. Similar to the fundamentals, hooks aren't new to me, but I did learn some cool stuff about refs which will actually help me with a current requirement I have at work... thanks @kentcdodds pic.twitter.com/5An9w2LZlK— Jonathan Peyper (@jpeyper1) October 10, 2020
I was all confident about finishing Epic React's "Advanced React Patterns" module yesterday 'til the State Reducer pattern appeared and derived me into the infinite hole of articles & videos represented* in the picture. @kentcdodds is providing such a high value with this course! pic.twitter.com/5IEYXcsCwh— Marcos NASA G (@MarcosNASAG) October 10, 2020
The video guidance, community and structured course is worth every penny. Personally I found trying learn just by looking through a codebase is you often miss the 'why' or the there is a gap in undertaking along the way.— George Burrell (@sheixt) October 10, 2020
🐨 Kodi says kudos for making them public tho @kentcdodds
I’m just wrapping up further fundamentals course. Definitely can agree it’s like a course without the student teacher interactions during a lecture. Plenty of information in the exercises to help with any confusion— Chad Elofson (@chadelofson) October 11, 2020
As teacher-turned-dev, I've watched hours upon hours of tutorials in my life on all kinds of tech.— 𝐵𝑒𝑎𝑢 (@_beauhaus) October 11, 2020
This is the first time I've seen a "break" vid implemented as part of the curriculum.
The curric-designer in me jumps for joy.
::insert chefs-kiss.gif here:: pic.twitter.com/lmRlfkx15t
Just finished the React Fundamental from @kentcdodds https://t.co/6IFu27LLQ4 and got some AWESOME STUFF from fundamentals, and I've been doing React for the last 3 years! Looking forward to Hooks 🙌🙌 pic.twitter.com/LMLulXQUjN— Jhony🇵🇦 (@Jhony0311) October 11, 2020
Can't thank @kentcdodds enough for the #epicreact course... I have been learning so much and the best part is, I am able to apply my learnings directly to a critical project I am working on over at the office... pic.twitter.com/SpQcq0NB1o— Shivayan Bora (@shivayanbora) October 12, 2020
I finally finished the React Fundamentals workshop from the Epic React course by @kentcdodds.— Florian Kapfenberger (@phiilu) October 12, 2020
After each workshop, I want to summarize my thoughts and learnings in a blog post! So here is my first recap!
Spoiler: I am very happy with the course 😄https://t.co/Dqpu1PHOwG
Agreed! Kent is an excellent and thorough teacher.— Justin Juno (@justinjunodev) October 13, 2020
I wish my company could've sponsored the purchase... But then I couldn't keep waiting for them, bought it on the day of the launch... Worth every penny!! 😎— Shivayan Bora (@shivayanbora) October 14, 2020
I have just finished the React fundamentals workshop from https://t.co/gtXZQw21vj by @kentcdodds. Have I learned something new? YES, I did. The first part of the course teaches about the basics, which, to be honest, most of the tend to skip. Could I have gone through the ...— Andra 🇹🇩🇫🇮 (@andramalmen) October 14, 2020
Finished the React Hooks workshop last night from @kentcdodds EpicReact series last night. Starting on "Advanced Hooks" today. So far it's been great.— Jamund Ferguson (@xjamundx) October 15, 2020
Epic React by @kentcdodds is out of this world 👽! The time you spend on the keyboard and on Google solving problems is integral to making the concepts “stick”. Few other resources I’ve used have gotten that part right.— Austin Crim (@crim_codes) October 16, 2020
Check ✅ Key Takeaways from yesterday -— Krishang (@MonkeyMeaning) October 16, 2020
1. (Sounds obvious) Thoroughly understanding the material of #EpicReactdev
begins after the certificate.
2. The conversation between @kentcdodds and @rauchg about #NoCode, the frontend space, etc. - SUPER energizing. https://t.co/tZXeK1So3x pic.twitter.com/EiNyQYUE2O
So far I've only been able to do the first two sections because I work two jobs and I've been incredibly busy, but I'm definitely pleased. Its every bit as high quality as I have come to expect from @kentcdodds— Jody LeCompte (@jody_lecompte) October 16, 2020
Great! The structure of the tasks makes it easier to understand how hooks work. Refactoring of classes to use hooks is a big help too. Looking forward to using what I've learned when I start the advanced hooks workshop.— Gary (@garyroulstone) October 16, 2020
I just want to say Epic React is a gold mine ⚒. Just from the first 4 mins of the extra-4 credit solution video 🤯 yet alone when he says “ let’s take this a step further”. Years of experience put into minutes . I’m blown away by it. Thanks @kentcdodds #webdev #CodeNewbie pic.twitter.com/E2axHhTKW4— Rafael D Hernandez 🥑 + 🍞 (@RafaelDavisH) October 16, 2020
Just finished with the React Hooks Workshop from Epic React and man, it's amazing how details can put the working experience in a better place, was able to learn small things in EVERY lesson, simply amazing! Thanks @kentcdodds— Jhony🇵🇦 (@Jhony0311) October 18, 2020
I wrote this based on @kentcdodds's https://t.co/EJCg90zRQk— Bhanu Teja P (@pbteja1998) October 19, 2020
Many things that I took for granted just makes so much sense after going through this exercise like, why the component name needs to start with an uppercase letter, why can't we return two elements from a component, etc https://t.co/a6h7fmw0OB
1/3 of https://t.co/IXt8Nu3y4G course it done. I had a chance to play around with hooks that I didn't work with before and understood which problems they solve. Besides this I've learned some ideas that can be helpful indeed in my work. Thanks @kentcdodds pic.twitter.com/WH4CxI0DCG— Vasilii Kovalev (@vasilii_kovalev) October 20, 2020
Just finished the "Advanced React Hooks" workshop of EpicReact from @kentcdodds. This is the first time that `useLayoutEffect` has ever made sense to me. Also, I still don't think I'll ever use `useImperativeHandle`, but I'm confident that if that day ever comes, I'll be ready.— Kevin Bailey (@kevinbailey25) October 20, 2020
Epic React is React version of YDKJS.. I thought I knew React well but the reality was not.. 😂 If you really want to test it out yourself please get one from https://t.co/VYuakyT0Io here!— Lloyd Park (@lloydpark88) October 20, 2020
Thanks for making this @kentcdodds :)
This has been such an awesome resource, I wish at had this at the beginning of the year when I first picked up React.— Kevin Bailey (@kevinbailey25) October 20, 2020
I'm about to finish the react fundamentals and is like nothing I've took before. Definitely worth it.— tenu friu (@omavalos) October 20, 2020
@kentcdodds's EpicReactDev gets better and better. Currently going through Advanced React Pattern workshop and Compound Component technique just blew my mind 🤯— Selvaraj Antonyraj (@selvaa89) October 25, 2020
@kentcdodds After a few hours I could finish the tic-tac-toe with history!! I learned a lot in the process and of course my way to resolve it was more Neanderthal than yours haha, but after work on that and see your video, I learned a lot, so thanks for that!— CastNoShadow (@CastNoShadow8) October 26, 2020
Taking the https://t.co/khQrMFauFq class. Really love how the "Build an Epic React App" lesson takes you from the controlled lesson sandboxes and drops you into the deep end, hoping you've learned to swim. Thanks for all the swimming lessons @kentcdodds.— Matt Priour (@mattpriour) October 30, 2020
After 3 years of using React.js still learning new stuff from @kentcdodds on https://t.co/juqaoPfbna! What an amazing experience.— Joachim Zeelmaekers (@joachimzee) October 30, 2020
I also noticed the beautiful VScode font and colors, care to share your config? 👀
Agree with all of this. I took the first 4 workshops and they run exactly like Kent’s live workshops. Great content AND great execution. So many extras and docs for diving deeper into topics. Been using React forever and learned something new in almost every lesson!— Jamund Ferguson (@xjamundx) November 1, 2020
It's one of the best investments I've made in my life, thank you for this epic content❤— Mohammad Albalboul (@MAlbalboul) November 1, 2020
React Fundamentals was finished but I think that I need to review again and then build something with that concept.— rustan (@rustan_jhi) November 7, 2020
This is an amazing course because you need to use your brain more to solve the problem. pic.twitter.com/GFrjIx7BGj
https://t.co/IXt8Nu3y4G journey is almost finished, only interviews part is left.— Vasilii Kovalev (@vasilii_kovalev) November 7, 2020
It was super useful and interesting! Looking forward for updates! Time and money were spent totally worth it.
Thank you @kentcdodds and all the team made this really EPIC course and delightful site! pic.twitter.com/m4ANoCndiZ
I am in love with how the entire Epic react has been curated and just love the energy that @kentcdodds radiate through out the course— Sunit Jindal (@sunitj) November 11, 2020
My favorite exercise on Epic React so far has been building your own useAsync hook. It was HARD! 🥵 Yet a splendid demo on extracting logic into custom hooks, and gradually perfecting the API. It all feels so natural.— Andros 🇵🇷 (@androsrosa) November 11, 2020
Now off to Advanced React Patterns 🤯🚀
Thanks @kentcdodds !
I totally have to agree, is exactly the kind of things I've been looking into courses because it provides you with reasoning and experience to later apply and also a very common use case to have in toolbelt for future work— Jhony🇵🇦 (@Jhony0311) November 11, 2020
Just started with #EpicReact's React Fundamentals and oh my, I realized a lot of things I didn't care about or had the chance to notice before. Exciting!— Dorell James (@dorelljames) November 9, 2020
2020, one good thing about you. Epic React from @kentcdodds I finally get JSX and lifecycle methods, what?! Spent 6 months hiatus from React frustration, loathing, and fear. Enjoyed passionate learning Node Mongo and may things backend related. Thanks, Kent React is now cool!— bahiasoft (@bahiasoft1) November 15, 2020
Been going through @kentcdodds Epic React course, and it's great so far. I also just learned about lazy state initialization, which is something I somehow missed in all my time doing React!— SquishyDough (@SquishyDough) November 18, 2020
As a part of my learning process with https://t.co/SJ2CCWoI2E created by @kentcdodds, I decided to create a series of quizzes to group my knowledge on React ⚛️. Here is the first quiz:https://t.co/I6zAIDhMqq— Tony Przybył (@tony_venits) November 18, 2020
I plan to release quizzes every week, so make sure to follow me 🚀
For me it was to purchase @kentcdodds EpicReact ! Very nice— Yassin Hajaj (@YassinHajaj) November 19, 2020
Last month I bought 💰 the Pro @kentcdodds epicreact workshop...— Angel Starr Mauas (@dmauas) November 20, 2020
Most expen$ive e-learning course I've ever purchased! 🙀
I'm going through it super slowly and:
I L♥️ve it!
I feel the love & efforts that were put into it!
Thanks, @TalAter for yet another gr8 recommendation!🕺🏻🧘🏻♂️🤘🏻
Hey @kentcdodds, I just wanted to let you know that I used `useImperativeHandle` for work the other day and I was TOTALLY ready for it.— Kevin Bailey (@kevinbailey25) November 20, 2020
Just finished the "React Performance" module of https://t.co/6NtLtQaOhp from @kentcdodds 🤯— Joachim Zeelmaekers (@joachimzee) November 27, 2020
This module is mind blowing and takes the way of using your browser tools to the next level! Make sure to check it out!
Curious to know what your most mind blowing part of the course was!
Just started @kentcdodds Epic React course and I’m loving it so far. I’ve only worked on the backend as an API dev professionally. So good having an easy to learn structured course! Thanks Kent!— Drew Daniels (@drewdaniels40) November 28, 2020
It's been 3years since I first wrote my first React Code and a lot has changed in the React Ecosystem since then. Started the Epic React @kentcdodds to learn all the new APIs, Advance Patterns, Performance and Testing in React. Completed the first three, I have learnt so much. pic.twitter.com/Vt6Sp63zFq— Peter Ayeni (@thePeterAyeni) December 1, 2020
Day 16 of https://t.co/U145FWvYh9. Finished the workshops testing-react and React Suspense within the last 5 days. Must say, they are great.— Jannik (@Jannik06643033) November 30, 2020
Before, testing was always a pain for me especially web frameworks. React testing library really makes testing simple and intuitive!
So work got 5 of us the #EpicReact 🚀 course. I was just going to look at it for a few mins. 30 mins in, I am hooked. Thank you @kentcdodds as I can see so much thoughts have went into this. I love the complete animation for each module. 🎊— Chaoyue (Chao) Zhao 😷 (@ChaoyueZ) December 2, 2020
It just amazes me how @kentcdodds promises that it will click when you do the exercises from his EpicReact course and then all of a sudden it clicks and everything makes so much sense 🤯— Tobias Geiselmann (@geiselmann) December 7, 2020
People underestimate the enormous size of https://t.co/LoU6y2wvVV 🚀— Kent C. Dodds (@kentcdodds) December 11, 2020
This is an experienced React developer saying it took 4 hours a day for 3 weeks to get through it. And I don't actually recommend that lightning fast pace. Most need time to process.https://t.co/AGGDaC9FVB pic.twitter.com/AW4pnkztu4
Today I made a huge performance improvement on the app I'm working on, thanks to what I learned from the EpicReact’s performance module. Thanks @kentcdodds— Alejandro Capparelli (@acapparelli) December 15, 2020
You have to invest money where you invest your time everyday. You will love how @kentcdodds designed the course and feel awesome after every lesson/assignment. 🔥🚀— Anesh Parvatha (@anesh_parvatha) December 16, 2020
I finished https://t.co/U145FWvYh9 🎊🎉— Jannik (@Jannik06643033) December 16, 2020
It took me quiet a long time but it was really worth my time and money. Compared to a standard 10 dollar course(which can be super useful as well), this course is based on you doing the exercises yourself instead of just follow along!
Our whole team is doing it together and all of us have had the same reaction:— peter (@mutedsounds) December 17, 2020
It's the single best resource to learn React that any of us have used.
If you can get your employer to pay for it, you should.