The way training works is simple, you'll have me available at your premises for a day or two and I'll go through the material with you while we perform exercises to drill down the points. I may bring guest stars (remote/local) depending on the need. The training can be combined with consulting.
Consider the following examples of cases that went through:
These are just a few examples of the training and consulting cases I've done. I have used webpack for a few years and I am a part of webpack core team. I wrote a 337 page book about the tool and spent months touring with the book in 2017.
I'm based in Vienna and I can reach most of Europe conveniently. I am available up to two weeks although I can be around just a day or two. A week is a good compromise and often it's a good idea to arrange a meetup to get most out of the time.
Read more about the workshop offering - Workshops can take anything from half a day to multiple days.
I'm flexible when it comes to pricing. In case you prefer something fixed, consider the following examples that apply to Europe:
If you are based in Vienna, you'll get a 500 € discount.
The prices include accommodation and travel costs so you don't have to worry about those separately. Although workshops rely mainly on the material I have already, I develop it based on client needs. For webpack workshops, I arrange a QA session with Tobias Koppers, the creator of the tool, and more is possible based on demand.
Bigger commitments than this are negotiated per case.
Juho Vepsäläinen is behind the SurviveJS effort. He has been active in the open source scene since the early 2000s and participated in projects like Blender and webpack as a core team member.
Juho lives in Rautalampi, Finland, and was chosen as the Finnish Code Ambassador of 2017 by Blue Arrow Awards. He is the director of Future Frontend.