1. What is 'the edge'?
- would cover what it is and how it compares to functionality run on an origin server
- what problems and use cases the edge is meant to address
2. Web applications on the edge
- would cover edge functions and how they compare to standard serverless functions
- would cover some use cases (e.g: user authentication, a/b split testing)
- limitations around using the edge at this time
3. Data on the edge
- would cover some of the challenges of hosting data on the edge
- would cover some of the options available today
4. Wrap up
Erica is a Sr. Software Engineer at Netlify, helping to build tools to make Netlify a core building block for the modern web. She's based out of Toronto, Canada, and when she's not coding, she's camping somewhere in the woods with her dog, Ada.
Frontend Developer @ ClearScore, London 🇬🇧
As any org scales, at some stage you'll find yourself wanting to share code between different projects - wouldn't it be great to resuse that React component we built for the client app in our new admin tool! Or maybe you're working in a microfrontend architecture with dozens or hundreds of independently deployable frontend applications. One way of solving these problems is with a monorepo - but that brings problems in itself around scalability and maintainability... enter Nx! In this talk we'll discuss how Nx can help you to manage a monorepo and the benefits that it brings. We will dive into how it can help you to generate new projects, its smart ability to know what's changed and only rebuild what it absolutely needs to, and how its distributed nature can reduce the time you spend waiting for CICD pipelines to run.
George is a frontend developer at ClearScore in London, where he is most often found working with TypeScript and React. He is always looking for ways to make developers lives easier through better tooling and streamlined processes.
The TypeScript language adds a suite of services around TypeScript code that enable powerful code analyses and automations. But, most developers only use TypeScript lightly at development time. It can do so much more for you! This talk will present a practical overview of some of the latest and greatest developments in the open source TypeScript tooling space, including:
• typescript-eslint: features for finding detecting real bugs in your code, and APIs to let you define organization-specific rules
• eslint-plugin-expect-type: a consumer of typescript-eslint's APIs that
• ts-prune: detecting unused code with the power of the type system
This will also cover the TypeScript 'program' and 'language service' APIs used to power those tools.
Hi, I'm Josh! I'm a frontend developer with a passion for open source, static analysis, and the web. I'm an independent open source maintainer and work on projects in the TypeScript ecosystem such as typescript-eslint and TypeStat. I'm also the author of the Learning TypeScript book, published by O'Reilly. My work focuses on bringing accessible education to the masses in a sustainable way.
Engineering Manager & Front-End Engineer, Tallinn 🇪🇪
Alice's Adventures in Memoryland
Kateryna is an engineer from Ukraine with 9+ years of experience in UI development and design. She is passionate about accessible web, design systems and making complex things simple. Apart from work, she is active in tech community, organises board game nights and known as a coffee snob.
Sr. Full-Stack Product Designer @ NodeSource, Medellín 🇨🇴
Sr. Full-Stack Product Designer at NodeSource. Award-winning Community Builder at @Pionerasdev —recipient of IBM Open Source Community Grant 2020—. Google Launchpad Mentor, Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies and Women Techmakers Ambassador. Passionate developer and designer with a knack for combining technology and community development.
Picture the future. What do you see? Flying cars? Vacations in space? How about…not needing to remember passwords anymore? Well, welcome to that future (the no passwords one, not the flying cars).
Passkeys are here to make our digital lives easier and more secure–they cannot be reused, don't leak in server breaches, and protect users from phishing attacks. I’ll take you on a journey through our future where you can log in to a site or an app by unlocking your phone and show you how you can build your own authentication system using passkeys.
Milica is a technical writer at Google working on privacy and identity. She is a big believer in the open web, always exploring new technologies that are moving it forward.
We will cover the following topics: What is Qwik framework, Qwik vs. React, Qwik vs. Angular, How to make JS bundle smaller, and how to get started building with Qwik.
Ruby Jane Cabagnot is a full-stack DotNET/Java/Reactjs developer based in Oslo, Norway, and works for Avanade Norway. She believes that to be interesting; one must BE interested. She is the author of Practical Enterprise React: Become an Effective React Developer in Your Team and has been a speaker at NDC London 2022, NDC Oslo 2020 & 2021, and NDC Sydney 2020.
We are switching from the era of DevOps to a Platform Engineering teams- they are to create company-specific platform to develop and deliver their products.
It goes through the stages of a Design System creation, integrated in a UI Framework (React, Vue, Angular…), and building an abstraction level on top of Cloud providers (AWS, Azure etc.) and tooling (K8S, Terraform..), and CI/CD pipelines (GitLab, Github) + observability and security enablement, to move the cognitive load from the product delivery teams.
Picking the right tooling, foster the culture, solution and approaches is complex, but there is a common set of patterns and tools, so this talk is to describe both the reasons why Platform Engineering is a must, and which tooling and approaches will help you in this journey.
Serg went from a developer and architect, to a Director, VP and Global Head of Product and Engineering, so has an understanding of the needs of both developers, business and customers. He built a few Platform Engineering organisations and delivered Web Cloud Platforms, and now open to share his experience in enabling teams, business and customers.
Shedrack Akintayo is a Developer Relations Professional and Technical Writer with over 5+ years of experience in Technology and a track record in Web Engineering, Community Management, and Developer Relations on a global scale. He has given talks/workshops at developer conferences like JS Nation Live 2020, DevRel Asia, and All Things Open among many others. He also co-organizes Developer Circles Lagos from Facebook, Open-Source Community Africa, and other communities empowering Africa and the world with Technology.
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