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28

The Global Dev Study #2 - JAMstack

Build Fast and Secure Websites with JAMstack

Organizing : Forkwell

Hashtag :#TheGlobalDevStudy
Registration info

YouTube Live

Free

Attendees
74

参加者への情報
(参加者と発表者のみに公開されます)

Description

Event Description (本ページ下部に日本語での紹介もあります)

Forkwell has a vision to shape the future with creators, together. We are now providing "The Global Dev Study" - An online event that allows developers to build software and applications with the latest technologies.

Forkwell will continue to host multiple study groups with the purpose of inviting speakers who are familiar with each field of information technology, from the perspective of those who are active on the front lines, to comprehensively learn the latest insight and updates about information technology.

At this event, we will have Kani Munidasa as the moderator, and a diverse range of speakers, internationally acclaimed software developers who are expert in their own fields. We would be glad if we could create a comprehensive study session where you can learn the latest information technologies required to enhance a software developer’s career!

Suitable For

Those who want to
- comprehensively learn about the latest technology
- catch up on the latest technology trends
- learn important ideas in selected technologies for certain framework and practice
- see how much they understand technology
- interested in the careers of software engineers and researchers

The Global Dev Study #2 - How to Build Fast and Secure Websites with JAMstack

Summary

Many terms in the tech world seem more complicated than they truly are. This could certainly be said of JAMstack. In recent times, a lot more people have started using it, but many still have a complicated view of what it truly is.

JAMstack is a web application model based on three pillars, which provide the initials in its name: JavaScript, APIs, and markup. The JAMstack is a redefinition of the modern web for faster and more secure websites. These sites scale better and, with the proper toolset, are a lot easier (and more fun) to develop and maintain.

The main idea behind building JAMstack websites and applications is to push as much of the load as possible away from the server and onto the client. By doing so, dramatically reduces the number of requests sent to a server and thus eliminates a lot of the waiting time that comes with a server handling a request and sending it back to the client.

Drawing from the DevOps movement and the continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) techniques that are becoming the norm in many organizations, JAMstack upends long-held techniques for building interactive web pages, shifting load-time code execution away from web servers and toward in-browser JavaScript and external services accessed via APIs.

Speaker

 Ekene Eze @kenny_io
DX - Netlify || ex DX Manager - Flutterwave || #Jamstack - vuejs and nuxt_js communities || Instructor - #JamstackExplorers

Ekene is a Developer Experience Engineer and technical writer. He enjoys working on projects that help other software developers learn and grow. He has a Youtube channel where teaches about Jamstack and Vue things. When he is not working, he likes to play Fortnite with friends and watch adventurous movies.

 Christopher Pecoraro @chris__pecoraro
Associate Director - Web Development, Rollins College || O’Reilly Book Author - Jumpstart Jamstack Development

Christopher Pecoraro has been a senior software developer, speaker, and open source enthusiast since 1999 with experience in software development with a focus on web applications, apps, and content management systems.

 Colby Fayock @colbyfayock
Developer Advocate - Applitools

Learning by doing is the best way to learn and it’s how Colby Fayock helps others learn Javascript, React, and the static web. His work includes technical writing, videos on YouTube, courses on egghead.io, two books, and working with the development community as a Developer Advocate for Applitools.
 

Moderator

Kani Munidasa @munidk
Co-Founder & CEO - Code Chrysalis
As an executive at EMC (now Dell EMC), Greenplum, and Pivotal Labs, Kani helped industry leaders transform the way they build software, drive customer success, innovate, and disrupt businesses across industries in multiple geographies.

Born in Japan and raised in Sri Lanka, Kani graduated from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology with a degree in mechanical engineering, specializing in robotics. He worked in Japan and then the US for 18 years, before deciding to leave Pivotal to explore his passion for education by graduating from and working at Hack Reactor. He relocated to Tokyo from San Francisco in 2017 to co-found Code Chrysalis.

Time Table

Time Agenda
19:30〜 Opening/Guest Intro(5min)
19:35〜 Ekene Eze Presentation (30min)
20:05〜 Forkwell Announcement & Break (10min)
20:15〜 Christopher Pecoraro Presentation (30min)
20:45〜 Colby Fayock Presentation (30min)
21:15〜 Q&A/After Talk (15min)
21:30〜 End

※ This time table is only a guide. Changes are due to circumstances.

How to Join

This session will be held on YouTube (live). Please post any Questions on the content of this lecture on Slido. We also welcome any comments and thoughts on Twitter.
You can participate from the URL below.

▍Broadcast Venue
 ・YouTube Live
   https://youtu.be/CuRzJu-FQR8

▍Event Guid
 ・Slido Anonymous Q&A
   https://app.sli.do/event/kp02isjx

 ・Twitter HashTag
   https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?hashtags=TheGlobalDevStudy

In order to value the live participation experience which will be provided by the linkage with Twitter TL, the chasing playback apparatus on YouTube Live will be disabled.
Please view the distributing program, or the archive which will be able to view after few hours.

Points to Note

  • There will be a session that promotes Forkwell.
  • Since this is an event for software engineers, participation of non-engineers and IT industry recruiting activities within this event are not welcomed.
  • The scenery of the event and the social gathering may be published in an article (event report) on Forkwell media. If you do not wish to be posted, please let us know that you do not want to be posted from the event page inquiry form on the day.
  • We may ask you to leave the event even during the event if management decides that your participation is not suitable for other participants to enjoy the session to the fullest.
    Including:
    Those who are seen as having the purpose of soliciting insurance, religion, or network business
    Others who judge that participation is inappropriate on the management side

Thank you for understanding.

開催内容

「つくり手と、未来を拓く」をビジョンに掲げる Forkwell が今回お届けするのは「The Global Dev Study」。開発者が最新の技術でソフトウェア・アプリケーションを構築するための勉強会です。 Forkwellは最新のIT技術を包括的に理解するための勉強会を、それぞれの専門領域を持った海外からの登壇者をお迎えして複数回に渡って全編英語で開催いたします。 ※イベント中の質問に関しては、日本語での質問も受け付けております。

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