Alexandra Spalato is on a mission to evangelize the power of Gatsby to the WordPress community as she is convinced that it is the future. She is a freelance developer and entrepreneur with several years of experience working as a WordPress expert at Codeable and has helped many clients around the world by building their online presence through high-quality custom theme development. Alexandra has decided to completely focus on Gatsby and is involved in the development of Gatsby WordPress themes at https://gatsbywpthemes.com/.
Jason Lengstorf is a principal developer experience engineer at Netlify and the host of Learn With Jason, a live-streamed video show where he pairs with people in the community to learn something new. He’s passionate about building healthy, efficient teams and systems, and he’s done his best to positively influence the community, leadership, and technical health of open source and companies including Gatsby and IBM. He lives in Portland, Oregon and writes at lengstorf.com.
Core team at Gatsby. When he isn't writing code, Sid enjoys scuba diving, reading and lazing with his dogs. He lives in Mumbai, India and writes at sidhartha.dev.
Charlie is a front-end developer at Netlify, a Mozilla Tech Speaker and Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies. She is passionate about creative coding and building interactive prototypes mixing science, art and technology. She also spends time giving back to the community by mentoring new developers, contributing to open-source projects, and speaking at conferences.
JJ is a Software Engineer at ZEIT on the Next.js core team. He is passionate about building great development and user experiences by leveraging open-source technology. He really enjoys getting to learn about the latest developments in tech and finding ways to apply these developments throughout his work.
MiniConf is just a shorter version of a Regular conferences you got used to.
There will be 6 Speakers, 150 attendees, and lots of networking and fun!
We’ve brought experts from all around the world so you could learn about JAMstack best practices and become a part of the JAMstack community!
Drinks and networking
The JAMstack is steadily rising in popularity, but did you know that your JAMstack sites can be completely dynamic? In this session, Jason will walk through several examples of using serverless functions to add everything from image processing to user authentication to databases to websites, all without leaving the JAMstack!
The JAMstack helps developers build websites and apps that are fast, secure, and scalable using different technologies. This modern web stack not only helps us build blazing fast products, but it can also help us build new products very fast thanks to the effortless integration of specific techs and third-party services. In this talk, I'll show some examples of how cross-functional teams can build products faster with Gatsby and Friends.
We’ve been working hard on performance and scaling improvements in Gatsby to push the boundaries of what’s practically possible with the JAMstack today. Can Wikipedia be built with Gatsby with over a million pages? Watch this talk to find out!
A talk about the latest improvements we have been working on in Next.js to make creating JAMstack applications a breeze and explaining why you should be using these new features. Will also be demonstrating these new features on a Notion based blog.
After a year using GatsbyJS to build what I thought was a “simple static site”, I had a kerpow:...