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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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Wednesday, October 7
 

9:00am PDT

Paid Workshop: Better Build a Build Plugin
At the last JamstackConf we announced Netlify Build Plugins. We’re excited to offer devs a way to create custom build functionalities and a one-click install method for all devs and Netlify users to add them to their build process. In this workshop, we’ll create Build Plugins of our own. We’ll cover all the tools we make available to customize the build process and touch on the many different possibilities that help automate processes for you and your users.

This is a paid workshop - you can purchase on the Jamstack registration site. 

Speakers

Wednesday October 7, 2020 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT

9:00am PDT

Paid Workshop: Building with Nuxt.js
Nuxt.js is a Vue framework for creating modern web applications that makes development painless and powerful with excellent developer experience. This workshop will cover everything you need to know to build a web application from scratch. We'll start with scaffolding a Nuxt app to learning how to extend the functionalities of our app with Nuxt Modules while exploring some new features Nuxt.js offers and finally deploying our app.

This workshop is for anyone with knowledge of JavaScript and Vue.js interested in building web applications with Nuxt.js.

This is a paid workshop - you can purchase on the Jamstack registration site.

Speakers
avatar for Gift Egwuenu

Gift Egwuenu

Frontend Developer, Passionate People


Wednesday October 7, 2020 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT

9:00am PDT

Paid Workshop: Getting Started with Personalization the Jamstack Way
It's a well-known fact that personalization can help increase engagement and conversions by giving site visitors a more relevant experience. But typically the hardest part of getting started with personalization is the planning required to develop an effective personalization strategy.

This workshop will help you understand the different types of personalization, the technical and business challenges that shape a personalization strategy, and how scalable personalization can be delivered on the Jamstack.

Topics covered
  • Example of effective personalization
  • Personalization 101
  • How to get started with your first personalization
  • How to measure personalization
  • Ethics and respecting user privacy
  • How to connect personalization using your existing Jamstack tools

During the workshop, you'll be exposed to different decision-making frameworks that will help you get started with personalization for your organization.

Who the workshop is for
The workshop is designed mainly for practitioners and leaders at enterprise-scale organizations and agencies, who have or are moving their stack to Jamstack and want to optimize experiences using personalization.

The focus of the workshop is on defining an effective and scalable personalization strategy, and how that strategy can be implemented on the Jamstack.
Attendees for this workshop could be head of Marketing Ops, Marketing technologists, CTOs and UX.

What attendees will need before joining
No experience is required, but attendees planning to implement personalization will get more out of the workshop if they come with an understanding of the business objectives they believe can be supported by personalization, key traits of the audience using their site, and significant traffic trends on their site.

This is a paid workshop - you can purchase on the Jamstack registration site.

Speakers
avatar for Lars Birkholm Petersen

Lars Birkholm Petersen

Co-Founder, Uniform


Wednesday October 7, 2020 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT

9:00am PDT

SOLD OUT: Building Modern APIs with GraphQL
Do you know where your data is? Is it in databases? Is it available via REST APIs? Is it found in cloud services? Is it in all of those places? Does that feel slightly stressful? Luckily, GraphQL is here to help. GraphQL provides us with a great way to organize our many different data sources and get just the data we want.
In this workshop, we’ll create our own GraphQL API with Apollo Server that orchestrates a variety of data sources. We’ll learn to deploy our application and will introduce you to a graph of GraphQL tools and features to put everything in context. Along the way, we’ll learn best practices for scalable API design that can be applied to any GraphQL project.
We’ll cover:
  • Understanding the Query Language
  • Designing Schemas
  • Building Servers with Apollo Server
  • Writing Resolver Functions 
  • Assessing GraphQL Ecosystem Tools
  • Deploying with Netlify
Who the workshop is for?
This workshop is for anyone who wants to learn more about GraphQL as a technology and how it fits into the larger JAMstack ecosystem. Even if your job role does not call for you to build GraphQL APIs every day, this course will give you what you need to query GraphQL APIs and collaborate on GraphQL projects.
What attendees will need before joining?

Attendees of this course should understand the basics of JavaScript before attending the workshop (comfortable with functions, variables, arrays, and objects). They should have Node.js installed (version 8.6 or higher) and a code editor of some sort (VSCode, Sublime, Atom, etc).

This is a paid workshop - you can purchase on the Jamstack registration site.

Speakers
avatar for Eve Porcello

Eve Porcello

Co-Founder, Moon Highway
Eve Porcello is a software developer, teacher, and co-founder of Moon Highway, a curriculum development company focused on JavaScript, Node.js, React, and GraphQL. She creates learning content for corporate engineering teams, has created video courses for LinkedIn Learning and egghead.io... Read More →


Wednesday October 7, 2020 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT

9:00am PDT

SOLD OUT: Getting Started with GatsbyJS
In this workshop, Monica Powell will cover the fundamentals of developing fast, accessible sites with Gatsby, a React framework, and dive deep into the building blocks you’ll need to build your own custom Gatsby sites.

After completing a mix of lectures and exercises you’ll be able to build a Gatsby site from the ground up and deploy it live. In particular, you’ll learn the ins and outs of creating Gatsby sites, from selecting a starter or theme, using GraphQL to generate the data layer, making Markdown content interactive with MDX, deploying your site, and more!

This workshop is for JavaScript developers who haven't had extensive experience with Gatsby and want a deeper understanding of Gatsby.

This is a paid workshop - you can purchase on the Jamstack registration site.

Speakers
avatar for Monica Powell

Monica Powell

Software Engineer
Monica Powell is a software engineer who is passionate about making  contributing to open-source more approachable and building community.  She enjoys contributing to projects that elevate people whether that’s building technology to increase access to e-books with The New York... Read More →


Wednesday October 7, 2020 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT

9:00am PDT

SOLD OUT: Jamstack 101 and Beyond with Netlify
This workshop will discuss the key benefits of using a Jamstack approach to web architecture. We'll explore the core principles and attributes, and look at some examples. Then we'll take a practical tour around some of the features and workflows which Netlify offers to enable these attributes of the Jamstack to your projects. Including:

  • Ways to deploy your sites to Netlify- Creating CI/CD workflows
  • Environments, previews, rollbacks- Optimising sites with post-processing
  • Capturing user input with forms and functions
  • Hooks, notifications and leveraging APIs
  • Ways to gradually migrating to the Jamstack


This is a paid workshop - you can purchase on the Jamstack registration site.

Speakers

Wednesday October 7, 2020 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT

9:00am PDT

SOLD OUT: Jamstack for E-commerce
Jamstack frameworks are changing the way we build top-of-the-line experiences on the web. They are performant, secure and enable developers to build web apps faster than before. In this workshop, Nick DeJesus will walk you through what it's like to build an e-commerce site using Gatsby, use-shopping-cart and theme-ui. You will learn how serverless functions help you make secure transactions and how to build accessible UI components that extend use-shopping-cart's abilities.  

This is a paid workshop - you can purchase on the Jamstack registration site.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Dejesus

Nick Dejesus

Ecobind


Wednesday October 7, 2020 9:00am - 1:00pm PDT