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Achieving the perfect lighthouse score
Matthew Neil

Don't get stuck in the mid-90s lighthouse score, learn what you can do to take it to 100.

Beyond the Edge
Kam Figy

Currently the edge is used for lightning fast experiences, but how will that change the next 2-5 years, we are looking at future trends.

Headless commerce experiences with Jamstack
Tony Mamedbekov

Commerce is business critical, as business are becoming digital-first, learn how to take your commerce experience to the next level using headless stack.

Jamstack 101
Matt Neil

Learn what Jamstack is in this introductory course for both developers and marketers.

Jamstack for Enterprise Architects
Adam Lamarre

Jamstack brings huge benefits to Enterprise use cases. As an architect, learn about how to adopt Jamstack for your company.

Nuxt personalization with Uniform
Adam Weber

Learn how to use personalization with Nuxt and how to optimize your stack connecting to CMS and CDN of choice.

Personalization the Jamstack way
Lars Petersen

Marketers can learn about the basics of personalization and how to do it the Jamstack way.

Personalization with Gatsby and Uniform
Adam Lamarre

Take your Gatsby implementation to the next level, by adding support for personalization with CMS and CDN of choice.

Sharepoint for marketers
Christian Bennich

Think your documents is just for downloads? Learn how you can Jamstack'ify your Sharepoint investment and help power digital experiences.

Web assembly renderings 101
Dave Taylor

Get started with your first web assembly rendering and be up and running in less than 45 min.

What marketers need to know about 3rd party scripts
Alex Shyba

The effect of 3rd party scripts on performance can be huge and the additional JavaScript payload coming from 3rd party scripts can easily exceed the amount of JavaScript you need to render your site.

What's next in Next.js?
Kam Figy

Find out what's new in the latest Next.js release.

XSLT renderings with Rust
Alex Shyba

Who doesn't miss the days where XSLT renderings where used to control the page composition. This sessions highlights a blast from the past and using XSLT with Rust.


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