VueJS Conference, Frontend Love Conference, Web Development News

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Every fifth episode of the Mr Frontend Podcast is gonna be a visual one! In this episode, I will talk about the new Mr Frontend Online Class, Frontend Love Conference, VueJS Conference and some cool Web Development new from these past weeks!

You can also listen to this podcast on Soundcloud or iTunes!

Mr Frontend Online Class

This program includes:

  • Every 4 weeks we plan an Online Class session via Video.
  • We are going in-depth with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Tooling and a whole lot more technical skills. I’m gonna teach a whole lot of things based on the current market, so you are more interesting for potential employers!
  • We launch December 2017
  • It will be group sessions for about 45 min / 60 min.
  • We will have a Q&A session at the end of every session.
  • This class will be mainly be focused on the people who are just starting in Web Development, learning to program or are in a Junior Developer position. If you are an experienced Developer but want to join? Please, you are more than welcome!!

Go to to stay up to date with my program or register on

Frontend Love Conference

Single course / Frontend related topics like VueJS, ReactJS, and Angular
February 15th, 2018
Theater Amsterdam
By Frontend Developer Love

  • Luca Mezzalira (Google Developer Expert)
  • Simona Cotin (Developer Advocate Microsoft)
  • Michel Westrate (Creator MobX & Tech lead Mendix)
  • Norbert de Lange (Senior Frontend Consultant Xebia)

VueJS Conference in Amsterdam

Single course / VueJS related topics!
February 16th, 2018
Theater Amsterdam
By Vue.JS Amsterdam

  • Evan You (Vue.js Creator)
  • Sarah Drasner (Developer Advocate Microsoft)
  • Guillaume Chau (Core team member Vue.JS)
  • Sebastien Chopin (NuxtJS co-author)

Originally published at Mr Frontend Blog.

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