Only yesterday I noticed that ReactRally CFP is open and that it closes in a couple of days.
I've spoken at conferences before, done workshops, but it was never on React or frontend development. In my day job, I am mostly working with backends with things like Docker, Kubernetes, Golang, service meshes, serverless functions, etc.
Would a conference session that gives you a basic overview of these technologies interest people, especially if it demonstrates with practical examples of how to use these things? For example, a React app with a couple of backend APIs, perhaps GraphQL and a database? What do you think?
This is the short abstract I came up with:
Have you heard about Docker, Kubernetes, and Service Meshes? Ever wondered what the fuss is all about and how can you use it as a React developer? This session will be a quick and practical tour of Docker, Kubernetes, and service meshes that will give you, and hopefully spark, ideas on how to use these technologies as a React developer.
What do you think? Only a couple of days left ... ⏰