No matter how good you are at crafting the most ingenious, high-performance code, you need to deliver it to your users reliably. You probably also need to evolve it over time. To test it. To get it signed off. All this can be painful. But it needn’t be.
This talk will look at ways to design a developer experience which then enables a good user experience. We’ll talk about the benefits of keeping your stack simple, of using the expertise of others, at ways to avoid launch day being more stressful than it should be. And we’ll examine some performance and security benefits of using the JAMstack and microservices in your projects.
An article about Netlify's approach to cloud infrastructure which was a common question at this event.
More features of Netlify, which answers questions asked a number of times in conversations after this presentation.
Build Faster Better Websites with modern tools and techniques
Pick up tools in our Directory to work with the JAMstack. Browse our showcase and get inspired.
This is the project I demonstrated during the talk to bootstrap a site build with integrated serverless functions. You can get started in a couple of clicks by hitting the "Deploy to Netlify" button.
A useful set of resources about serverless and JAMstack