• JAMstack_Berlin #10 (free pizza & refreshments)

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    Code of Conduct: https://berlincodeofconduct.org/ If you would like to speak at the event please submit a PR to this repository https://github.com/Khaledgarbaya/jamstack_berlin/ Talks: What’s Nuxt for JAMstack? By Tamas Piros During the talk we’ll take a look at a demo JAMstack site created using Nuxt.js, Strapi and Cloudinary. We’ll discuss and reiterate the importance of headless CMS, Static Site Generators and the usage of APIs in order to create an application that not only performs incredibly well (even under bad network conditions) but can also act as a Progressive Web Application. ———————————————- Building your own Meetup website with Gatsby By Sara Vieira all the QueerJS website was made with Gatsby, now with the Meetup scandal this sounds important I'll go over how it's built and how you can make an event website using just static files and also how it helps making your event inclusive

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  • JAMstack_Berlin #9 (free pizza & refreshments)

    Code of Conduct: https://berlincodeofconduct.org/ If you would like to speak at the event please fill out this form https://forms.gle/ktqTULHhuuAmyfcK9 Talks: Serverless for Front-end developer Speaker: Stefan Judis

  • JAMstack_Berlin #8 (free pizza & refreshments)

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    Code of Conduct: https://berlincodeofconduct.org/ If you would like to speak at the event please fill out this form https://forms.gle/ktqTULHhuuAmyfcK9 Talks: Talk: Pump up the JAM with Gatsby Speaker: Stefan Adolf About the talk It's lean, it's crazily fast and it's packed with features: Gatsby is a game changing static PWA generator. This talk shows how to use Gatsby to access arbitrary content sources with its unified GraphQL interface and build applications that even work when you’re not connected to the internet. We’re digging into fast, brainless deployments, automatically scoped CSS for your components and put a number of plugins on display that help you generate sites that are not only fast and crawlable but also fun to use. ---------------------------------------- Talk: Going Headless without losing your head - React in a traditional CMS context Speaker: Sibylle Sehl (@sibylle) - Frontend Developer at agentur brandung About the talk React and modern frontend frameworks in general have transformed how we write frontend applications and has taken the modular component approach to a level. This is a natural good fit for agency environments, in which you often agree on separate modules you will build for your client, which they can then use at their leisure and use anywhere on their site. In this talk, I will discuss the challenges we’ve faced trying to incorporate React with a more traditional CMS system, different solutions we have developed, while still offering customisability for clients and most importantly, what we've learned along the way. --------------------------------------- Talk: Building a Serverless Alexa Skill Speaker: Andrea About the talk Ever wondered how to create a voice experience on Alexa? In this walkthrough, you will learn how to build a fully serverless Alexa Skill completely for free. The session will also cover the foundations of voice design.

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  • JAMStack_Berlin #7 (free pizza & refreshments)

    Talk #1 What is JAMStack by Khaled Garbaya What is JAMStack, why it’s so popular and what can you build with it Talk #2 Driving Migration by Alex Suevalov Have you ever migrated a large web-application on a new tech stack? We did and we're still busy with it, but I have the way more visibility on how we're doing and should be done. This talk is about internal tool which we've build to drive migration process and which helps us to find smelly code and track refactoring over time.

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  • Static Sites Berlin #7 (free pizza & refreshments)

    A big thank you to Contentful for kindly sponsoring the location, food, and drinks for this occasion. Doors open at 18:30. Join us for the fifth Edition of Static Sites Berlin meetup where you will learn and share your experience with static sites. If you have a talk Idea please let us know ======================== Talk 1: Own your comments with Remark42 Speaker: Bogdan Kolbik Your site is static but you still want people to leave comments, right? I'll tell you how to do it bad way and how to do it good way. (spoiler: just use remark42) ======================== Talk 2: Native graphQL with Gatsbyjs and how it enables the future Speaker: Stephan Schneider In one of the more recent additions, Gatsby added native GraphQL API support. And it's a stepping stone into the future. How does it work? What are the differences? Why should I care? ======================== CODE OF CONDUCT : http://berlincodeofconduct.org/

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  • Static Sites Berlin #6 (free pizza & refreshments)

    A big thank you to Contentful for kindly sponsoring the location, food, and drinks for this occasion. Doors open at 18:30. Join us for the fifth Edition of Static Sites Berlin meetup where you will learn and share your experience with static sites. If you have a talk Idea please let us know ======================== Speaker: Ronan Berder Building (usable) large sites with Jekyll We'll look into what it takes to build a larger website like http://starbucks.com.cn from the ground up with Jekyll, how you guarantee it's easy to update and what it takes to make it scale ======================== Speaker: Katrin Kampfrath Topic: Gotchas in building a multi-language site Building a bilingual website using Jekyll and the jekyll-language-plugin is quite straightforward in many ways, but also poses a few challenges. I will share my gotchas, differences to building a single-language website and challenges to keep the code DRY. Furthermore, I want to highlight the impact for content editors who will work with this system in the future. ======================== Speaker: Adam Morse Topic: Designing fast-loading static sites with styled-system and x0 We'll talk about how we can combine the usage of styled-system (https://jxnblk.com/styled-system ), css-in-js, and x0 (https://github.com/c8r/x0 ) to design responsive, fast-loading, (and hopefully beautiful) static sites. ======================== CODE OF CONDUCT : http://berlincodeofconduct.org/

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  • Static Sites Berlin #5 (free pizza & refreshments)

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    A big thank you to Contentful for kindly sponsoring the location, food, and drinks for this occasion. Doors open at 18:30. Join us for the fifth Edition of Static Sites Berlin meetup where you will learn and share your experience with static sites. If you have a talk Idea please let us know ======================== Speaker: Chris ward Topic: Static site generation for documentation with Docfx Docfx is a static site documentation tool from Microsoft. Specifically aimed at c# projects, it has a lot of great features for projects written in any programming language, such as a custom Markdown flavour, seamless merging of documentation sources and a thorough template engine. ======================== TALK #2: A Look Into SSGs for Open Source Documentation Speaker: Carolyn Stransky For the past couple of months, I’ve interviewed nearly 50 open source projects about how they use static site generators for their documentation. And let’s just say that the results were not what I was expecting. Think of this presentation as more of an informal research sharing among fellow static site enthusiasts. ======================== TALK #3: Static is Just a Cache Speaker: Seva Zaikov Usually we treat static content as assets, non-dynamic parts of our applications, even though it is just another layer in caching. ======================== CODE OF CONDUCT : http://berlincodeofconduct.org/

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  • Meet the team behind Gatsbyjs #5 (free pizza & refreshments)

    A big thank you to Contentful for kindly sponsoring the location, food, and drinks for this occasion. Doors open at 18:00. Meet the team behind Gatsbyjs the Blazing-fast static site generator for React. Kyle the founder and the rest of the team will visit us in Berlin and will be sharing a lot of interesting tips and best practices for building a blazing fast web app including how to work best with CODE OF CONDUCT : http://berlincodeofconduct.org/

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  • Static Sites Berlin #4 (free pizza & refreshments)

    A big thank you to Contentful for kindly sponsoring the location, food and drinks for this occasion. Doors open at 18:30. Join us for the second Edition of Static Sites Berlin meetup where you will learn and share your experience about static site generators. If you have a talk Idea please let us know ======================== Talk #1: Speaker: Olivia Hugger (jekyll lead dev) Jekyll: What we've been working on In this talk, Jekyll lead developer Olivia will give you a recap on what the Jekyll team has been working on over the last few months, as well as giving you an insight into what it feels like to be a contributor to a large open source project. ======================== TALK #2: Speaker: Sergii Bezliudnyi () Static Websites with Zero Configuration Toolkit and Lessons Learned 'The story is about how I developed a static website using zero configuration toolkit - x0. My talk will explain the decisions made in picking zero config libraries as well as an explanation of how to avoid the common pitfalls.' ======================== TALK #3: TBD ======================== CODE OF CONDUCT : http://berlincodeofconduct.org/

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