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Join us for a half-day of conversations this 29 Jul 2020, at Create:Frontend, with developers from the community on pressing topics for frontend developers, such as building inclusive and accessible web applications, static sites, serverless, and much more.
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RESOURCES & DISCUSSIONS WITH SPEAKERS
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July 29, 2020: 08:30 PDT - 08:35AM PDT
Grab your coffee or tea, log in, and join our host and speakers for an amazing morning.
July 29, 2020: 08:35 PDT - 08:50AM PDT
Daria and Craig share what's on the top of mind for frontend developers and the state of developers tools in 2020.
This session will be delivered by Daria Grigoriu, a Program Manager @ Microsoft and Craig Shoemaker, a Senior Content Developer @ Microsoft. Follow @DariaGrigoriu and @Craigshoemaker on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 08:50 PDT - 09:05AM PDT
Jen and Chris deep dive into the Maya Mystery project and how it was built.
Jen Looper is a Senior Cloud Advocate @ Microsoft and Chris Noring is a Senior Cloud Advocate @ Microsoft. Follow @JenLooper and @Chris_Noring on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 09:05 PDT - 09:20AM PDT
Debbie and Wassim explore the pros and cons of static and servers and why static sites are back again.
Debbie O’Brien is Head of Learning and Developer Advocate @ NuxtJS and Wassim Chegham is a Senior Cloud Advocate @ Microsoft. Follow @Debs_Obrien and @Manekinekko on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 09:20 PDT - 09:35AM PDT
Gift and Jen explore how web applications can be made for everyone.
Gift Egwuenu is a Frontend Developer & Technical Writer, Media Developer Expert and Jen Looper is a Senior Cloud Advocate @ Microsoft. Follow @Lauragift_ and @JenLooper on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 09:35 PDT - 09:50AM PDT
Ran and Simona share how automated tracing is now a possibility in serverless, cloud-based systems.
Ran Ribenzaft is a Co-Founder and CTO @ Epsagon and Simona Cotin is a Principal Cloud Advocate @ Microsoft. Follow @RanRib and @Simona_Cotin on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 09:50 PDT - 10:05AM PDT
Learn how you can sketch the docs and better storytell with Nitya.
Nitya Narasimhan is a Senior Cloud Advocate Program Manager @ Microsoft. Follow @Nitya on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 10:05 PDT - 10:20AM PDT
Chris, Stephen, and Nitya share their experiences on Static Web Apps to help improve the experience of customers in emerging markets.
Chris Nwamba is a Senior Cloud Advocate @ Microsoft and Stephen Fluin is a Developer Advocate for Google, Angular. They will be joined by Nitya Narasimhan, Senior Cloud Advocate Program Manager @ Microsoft. Follow @codebeast, @stephenfluin, and @Nitya on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 10:20 PDT - 10:50AM PDT
Join our panelists as we hear from the frontend developers on how working remotely is now the new norm, and how to make the best out of it.
Follow @remotesynth, @lostintangent, @loiane and @Piyali_vancity on Twitter.
July 29, 2020: 11:00 PDT - 12:20PM PDT
John Papa is a Principal Cloud Advocate. Follow @john_papa on Twitter.
Ask Chris Heilmann, Principal Program Manager your questions anytime on what the browser developer tools in the Microsoft Edge browser (based on Chromium) can do for you and what we could improve.
We'll also be distributing an exclusive e-copy of the Azure Static Web Apps Manga at Create:Frontend. Manga can be a great fun way to learn Azure Static Web Apps, so be sure to the first to lay your hands on them.
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