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This is a group for anyone interested in building on the JAMstack, the future architecture of the web. We explore a wide range of JAMstack related topics.

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JAMstack Philly Meetup #2 hosted by TakeShape (Techstars'19)

Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs

***** Eventbrite registration required to get in the building: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jamstack-philly-meetup-2-with-takeshape-techstars-19-tickets-71114871495 **** 🎉 Philly! We are excited to host the second JAMstack Philly Meetup! 🎉 Join us as we explore the benefits of modern web development architecture based on client-side JavaScript, reusable APIs, and pre-rendered Markup. We'll eat pizza, network, learn, and most importantly have fun! All are welcome - no JAMstack experience required! Thanks to our partners for making these meetups possible: Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs and Techstars. ***************************************************************************** Host: Mark Catalano, CEO and Co-founder of TakeShape (Techstars ‘19) Twitter: @markcatalano Speaker: Domitrius Clark, Front-End Software Engineer at Guru (6:30-7:00) Title: Getting Started With Gatsby Themes Twitter: @domitriusclark Speaker: Gary Sieling, Senior Software Engineer at Element 84 (7:00-7:20) Title: Cloud Native Mapping Apps: How Satellite Imagery Gets From the Sky to Your Phone Description: In recent years, cheap drones and satellites have made it easier to monitor the earth. This data is used as the image layers of mapping websites for many scientific missions. This talk will explore how cloud-native, pure-Javascript apps can assemble and browse large quantities of map data using the JAMstack and Gatsby. Twitter: @garysieling Speaker: Andrew Sprouse, Co-founder and CTO of TakeShape (Techstars ‘19) (7:20-7:30) Title: JAMstack and the TakeShape Mesh Description: One of our favorite things about the JAMstack is how we can use the best services to power our websites and apps. But we also know that it takes way too much work to combine data between services, keep that data in sync between services, and memorize the particulars of each service's API. That's why we're building TakeShape Mesh. This talk will explore the benefits of TakeShape Mesh and how developers can use it to simplify and speed up their JAMstack development. Twitter: @asprouse

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