This workshop will teach developers to set up a simple but state of the art Gatsby and Netlify stack, which lets people create blazing fast sites and apps with React and GraphQL. It has never been easier to get a great Lighthouse score, or to deploy complex, secure webapps for free.



There is a lot of developer and investment interest in JAMStack technologies, from the serverless movement to new authentication models to continuous atomic deployment to the static site generator renaissance. But with so many new terms and options, it is hard for people to figure out where to start.

This workshop will teach developers to set up a simple but state of the art Gatsby and Netlify stack, which lets people create blazing fast sites and apps with React and GraphQL, backed up by a continuous deployment and serverless platform complete with authentication and CMS. It has never been easier to get a great Lighthouse score, or to deploy complex, secure webapps for free.
Links:

Info on JAMstack: https://jamstack.org/
VC interest in JAMStack:

a16z: https://a16z.com/2017/08/09/netlify/
KPCB: https://www.kleinerperkins.com/perspectives/netlify-modernizing-the-web
CRV: https://medium.com/@CRVVC/the-jamstack-startup-landscape-c06cc3cdb917
Redpoint: https://medium.com/memory-leak/the-jamstack-its-pretty-sweet-e0834e4e6bb7


Developer interest in JAMStack:

Conf https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8bRyfU7ycLXnEBfvdorpUg
Hackathon https://hackathon.freecodecamp.org/


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