The Schedule

If you've missed any of our live online talks or would like to see them again -
they are now available!

The same fascinating content, ready when you are.
Catch up on the latest insights from our carefully curated speaker line-up.

26.01.2022 Workshop Day

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    Kent C. Dodds
    ADVANCED REACT PATTERNS
    Let's learn great patterns you can use, and also the strengths and weaknesses of each, so you know which to reach for to provide your components the flexibility and power you need
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27.01.2022 Evening Sessions

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Eli Schutze Ramirez
MC
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    Kent C. Dodds
    How I Built a Modern Website in 2022
    I just released a complete rewrite of my website. This isn't your regular developer blog though. You can actually log in, record some audio for a podcast, choose a "team" to be a part of, connect with discord, and much more. I'm using some of the coolest modern tech around including React, Remix, Prisma, Postgres, Redis, Fly.io, tailwind, TypeScript, and more!

    I want to take you on a tour of some of the highlights and talk about some of the problems I faced and decisions I had to make while building a brand new modern website in 2021.
    Talk on demand
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    Max Stoiber
    How to Edge Cache GraphQL APIs
    For years, not being able to cache GraphQL was considered one of its main downsides compared to RESTful APIs. Not anymore. GraphCDN makes it possible to cache almost any GraphQL API at the edge, and not only that but our cache is even smarter than any RESTful cache could ever be. Let's dive deep into the inner workings of GraphCDN to figure out how exactly we make this happen.
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    Tejas Kumar - MC
    My Ideal Tech Stack
    Building on the web today often involves a number of choices and a lot of effort. This talk explores Tejas’ ideal tech stack that allows for a high level of predictability and velocity, even at massive scale.
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02.02.2022 Workshop Day

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    Jesse Martin
    FREE Hasura Workshop
    In this workshop, we'll do a complete walk-through of building web applications from A-Z with Hasura. At the end of our time together, you'll have a production-ready GraphQL API with access controls, caching, subscriptions, and more.
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03.02.2022 Evening Sessions

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Brent Vatne
MC
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    Emil Sjölander & Sawyer Hood
    FigJam widgets: A story about React, WebAssembly, and Networking
    FigJam is an online whiteboard where teams think, meet, and jam together. Teams can customize FigJam for their own workflows with interactive widgets, like polls, games, and more. During this 30 minutes talk we’ll be giving you a behind the scenes look at how we went about designing a React API for FigJam widgets that is familiar & easy to use, collaborative by default, and renders to WebGL using WebAssembly for maximum performance.
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    Sara Vieira
    From Blender to the Web - the Journey of a 3D Model
    Creating 3D experiences in the web can be something that sounds very daunting. I’m here to remove this idea from your mind and show you that the 3D world is for everyone. For that we will get a model from the 3D software Blender into the web packed with animations, accessibility controls and optimised for web use so join me in this journey as we make the web more awesome.
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    David Khourshid
    Code Without Code: the Future of Development
    Will visual tooling improve the way we develop software? With the rise of no- and low-code tools, many more non-technical people are creating websites and apps than ever before. But what does this mean for us developers? In this talk, we will explore how we can use low-code dev tools to our advantage to make us more efficient, even as we're still writing full code. And chances are, you're already using low-code tools without even realizing it. Learn how visual development unlocks the potential for robustness, collaboration, and instrumentation, making our code do more than just be error-prone lines of text, but instead become powerful communication devices for the entire team.
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    Atila Fassina
    Show me the Cache
    "Oh, you found a bug? It's probably cache. " is the unfairest sentence on the web. Cache
is not the bug, not understanding cache is. Let's have a look on how it works and what we can
do to leverage User Experience to the next level with it. Let's flush cache from a bug to a feature together!
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10.02.2022 Evening Sessions

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Eli Schutze Ramirez
MC
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    Miroslav Jonaš
    The age of monorepos
    The history of the web can be divided into evolutionary development leaps. The age of inline scripts, the age of jQuery, the age of SPAs, the age of JAMStack...

    We are now entering the next stage that has been carefully prepared in the past few years. Let me introduce you to the world of modern monorepo solutions and introduce you to the benefits you will reap by using them in every project size and setup. It's time you automate those boilerplate tasks and reduce the bottlenecks so you can focus on what truly matters.

    Get ready for the next leap! Welcome to the age of monorepos!
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    Javi Velasco
    The web is built on top of RESTful APIs
    The way we build Apps usually involves consuming a RESTful API that we communicate with over HTTP. We design contracts for those APIs to define the way they work and, to have a formal spec for them, the Swagger IDL was proposed back in 2011 to become the OpenAPI Spec in 2016.

    At Vercel we love NodeJS and we built almost every service in our system on top of it. We felt the need of having a spec for our API but of course, we never wanted to write it manually. There is almost no support to auto-generate an OpenAPI Spec in the NodeJS ecosystem but since the wide adoption of static typing, it became possible to write a generator for this purpose.

    In this talk, we will explore how Vercel API internals evolved since 2017, from a set of minimalistic multi repository services to a monorepo sitting on a tailored framework. We will see how we built a static analyser tool out of it that allowed us to infer a Spec from the implementation of our APIs and how we integrated it using Vercel in our workflow to get alerted on API changes.
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    Nader Dabit
    Defining the Web3 Stack
    When building an app, I often depend on a handful of building blocks to get the job done (like a database, API, authentication layer, and file storage).

    Using these core components, I can build out most of the types of applications I would like to, or at least get most of the way there. So what did this look like in web3?

    After working, researching, experimenting, and building things over the past 8 months or so I’d like to share what I’ve learned in this talk.
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16.02.2022 Workshop Day

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    Facundo Giuliani & Arisa Fukuzaki
    FREE Storyblok Workshop
    You may read already about the Jamstack. You probably already used Next.js, and recently you may hear a lot about the headless CMSs. In this quick course, we will put all the pieces together, and I will show you why Storyblok in combination with Next.js is the best combo for your next project. Stop by and try it yourself!
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