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Party at Jamstack Conf 2021! Let’s talk Jamstack: How it started, how it’s going
Consider this your official invite to the phatest virtual house party of the year! RSVP for free to join the Jamstack community October 6-7.
Just another boring zoom event? As if!
Cassidy Williams, Phil Hawksworth, and Jason Lengstorf will host three tracks, bringing together the Jamstack community under one roof. Jump into different rooms to get your fill of corny jokes, new tech launches, surprise guests, live demos, wig changes, lightning talks, and a chance to see a Jamstack e-commerce app built from scratch in a very special edition of Learn with Jason.
The theme of this year’s event is Jamstack: How it started, how it’s going. We’ll explore how far the ecosystem and community has come in the last 5+ years, and why it’s such a fun time to be a frontend developer! You'll hear from community members who have built Jamstack apps at incredible scale and complexity, be the first to see new technology launches, and learn directly from the creators and makers in our community who are at the top of their game. We’ll also preview what’s next for the Jamstack ecosystem, including bleeding-edge frameworks and new tech at the data layer.
First speakers announced
Don’t just take it from us. Here’s your first peek of featured talks being presented by some of the flyest speakers around.
- Moriel Schottlender of the Wikimedia Foundation will discuss "how migrating to the Jamstack made me a better open source denizen."
- Daniel Kim and Aisha Blake of New Relic will present "Optimizing Gatsby Build Performance with Observability."
- Colby Fayock of Applitools will dive into "WordPress at the Edge with Next.js and the Jamstack."
- Ben Holmes of Peloton will share "The 11ty, web components and JAM sandwich: A recipe for making the static interactive."
- Alex Riviere of MURAL will showcase "CSS-TRICKZ - Bad Ideas, and Efficient Ways to Build Them."
- Harrison Harnisch of Twilio will present "Twilio Console: A Large Scale Migration to Jamstack."
What should you do now?
Award nominations, sponsorships, and more
The CFP is closed. We’ll be releasing the full agenda soon.
In the meantime, nominate other community members or yourself for the Jammies awards! Nominations close on September 3rd.
Workshops are now available for purchase to add to your registration. Each course will be on October 7th and limited to 40 attendees.
- Register to attend and share your throw-back “how it started” picture
- Nominate someone or apply for the Jammies awards by September 3rd
- Sponsorship prospectus