This year Jamstack Conf is a virtual event celebrating the next generation of web apps, where the Jamstack community and ecosystem comes together to learn, connect and create.  We’ll cover the future of Jamstack for many use cases, including new innovations, demos and case studies.
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Tuesday, October 6

2:00pm PDT

Touring Next.js
Next.js has a ton of capabilities built in for an awesome developer experience for both indie developers and enterprises alike. One of the best parts of the framework is its powerful router. It can be used for good, or for evil. In this talk, Cassidy will talk about using Next.js with the next-on-netlify package to make some apps that will be loved (or hated) by all. Be prepared to laugh and prank people. Register for Jamstack Conf Virtual for free!


Tuesday October 6, 2020 2:00pm - 2:20pm PDT
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2:20pm PDT

Migrating to Netlify, One Page At a Time
Migrating an entire legacy application to the Jamstack in one fell swoop is not only costly & time consuming, it’s a recipe for disaster. For those seeking safer pastures, we recommend a “gradual migration” strategy that can be executed over time. Start with higher traffic pages while other requests are proxied back to your legacy infrastructure. This talk will cover reverse proxies, component-driven design systems and micro front-end architecture. Register for Jamstack Conf Virtual for free!

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Taylor MacDonald

Partner, CTO, Ample
Taylor is partner and CTO at Ample, a boutique interactive agency located in downtown Cincinnati, OH. He enjoys delivering quality, progressive technology solutions and sound insight for clients and colleagues alike. In his role at Ample, the sponsoring organizer of our local Jamstack... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2020 2:20pm - 2:30pm PDT
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2:30pm PDT

Bringing Remote Sensing and Disaster Relief to the Jamstack
Getting satellite imagery and remote sensing data in the hands of scientists and first responders helps to increase the potential to save lives and have an impact on the world. The tooling needs to be fast and reliable, help reduce time-to-science, and be cost effective–allowing teams to focus their limited funds on bigger problems. We’ll talk about how we tackled these challenges with the Jamstack to provide search for NASA, satellite tasking for Capella Space, and tools for disaster response. Register for Jamstack Conf Virtual for free!

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Colby Fayock

Lead UX & Front End Engineer, Element 84
Colby Fayock is a Lead UX & Front End Engineer that’s passionate about tackling challenges that can help save people’s lives and make the world a better place. Some of his work includes high volume video streaming services, ecommerce with ThinkGeek.com, satellite dashboards, and... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2020 2:30pm - 2:45pm PDT
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2:45pm PDT

Performance For All: Understanding A Lighthouse Score
With web traffic becoming predominantly mobile, performance is a priority in development. With one click, developers can now generate a Lighthouse performance report and score. - But what of the scores that don’t attain 100? - Do you understand the granularities of the given grade? ‘… And Performance For All.’ is a talk about the subtleties of the Lighthouse performance score, understanding the speed metrics and how to parse the remainder of the performance audit to improve page loads and ux. Register for Jamstack Conf Virtual for free!

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Henri Helvetica

Freelance Developer
Henri is a freelance developer who has turned his interests to a passionate mix of site performance engineering and pinches of user experience. When not reading the deluge of daily research docs and case studies, or auditing sites in devtools, Henri can be found contributing back... Read More →

Tuesday October 6, 2020 2:45pm - 2:55pm PDT
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