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Learning React.js

First of all read about: ES6+

http://www.freecodecamp.com

http://www.codecademy.com

 

Official tutorial (https://facebook.github.io/react/tutorial/tutorial.html)

Official docs (https://facebook.github.io/react/docs/hello-world.html)

React training (https://reacttraining.com/online/react-fundamentals)

Start Using React to Build Web Applications
(https://egghead.io/courses/react-fundamentals)

 

Learning Redux

Getting Started with Redux (https://egghead.io/courses/getting-started-with-redux)

Modern React with Redux (https://www.udemy.com/react-redux)

Building React Applications with Idiomatic Redux
(https://egghead.io/courses/building-react-applications-with-idiomatic-redux)
Advanced React and Redux (https://www.udemy.com/react-redux-tutorial)

 

Learning React Router

Official docs (https://reacttraining.com/react-router/)

Routing React Apps: The Complete Guide
(https://egghead.io/courses/getting-started-with-redux)

 

Learning Webpack

Official docs (https://webpack.js.org/guides/)

Webpack 2: The Complete Developer’s Guide
(https://www.udemy.com/webpack-2-the-complete-developers-guide)

 

Starter Kits

create-react-app

React Slingshot

Next.js

 

Candy for the end: https://www.codewars.com/

 

 

Every good worker will:

  • Order pizza.
  • Give feedback.
  • Listen.
  • Take out the recycle/trash. Not a metaphor.
  • Need to find additional things to delegate.
  • Try to support their direct reports to eventually become better than them.
  • Consider constructive feedback regardless of who delivers it.
  • Do what they say.
  • Have regular, un-cancelable 1:1s.
  • Protect their team, push for greatness, and prepare for the future.
  • Get their hands dirty when called for.
  • Focus on helping their team to be wildly successful.
  • Put people first.
  • Give a shit.
  • Relentlessly hustle for their team.
  • Tell the truth.
  • Care.
  • Feel deeply and profoundly awful for disappointing someone on their team.
  • Make mistakes and learn from them.
  • Remove fear
  • Be the bullshit umbrella and not the bullshit funnel.
  • Remember (and maybe learn from) the time when they weren’t a manager.
  • Say please and thank you.
  • Work harder than their employees.
  • Educate.
  • Provide consistent and predictable structure.
  • Back up their team when they say “no” to something.
  • Not be a prick.
  • Model the culture and spirit they want to develop in their workplace.
  • Translate corporate bullshit into normal-speak.
  • Empower their staff members.
  • Move thing out of their way, including yourself.
  • Regularly feel self-doubt.
  • Be an advocate.
  • Be an ally.
  • Amplify the good in people.
  • Fight the grapevine confusion.
  • Be first the first to metamorph to the chrysalis phase.
  • Define reality and say thank you.

 

Source:

http://randsinrepose.com/links/2017/01/05/regardless-of-seniority-every-good-manager-will/