Gatsby js talk and workshop
In this talk, I re-introduced Gatsby as a modern web framework for building blazing fast websites and apps, answered the "what? why and how?" questions with a demo at the end, built a blog and deployed to ZEIT now.
talked about CSS Grid systems, the reason we need them, life before/after CSS and the clearfix hack, flexBox and CSS Grid
In this talk, I re-introduced Gatsby as a modern web framework for building blazing fast websites and apps, answered the "what? why and how?" questions with a demo at the end of a static website consuming data from a single YAML file and deployed to ZEIT now in less than 10s.
In this talk, I covered the same points I mentioned in my previous Gatsby talk as most of the attendees haven't any idea what Gatsby was, then I jumped into the dynamic Not Todo app I built during that morning which is connected to a REST API built quickly with express & mongoDB, I went through how to setup the routes using reach-router & how to use the "createPages" Gatsby API to create that page (since it's a SPA, there is only one page generated).
In this talk, I introduced Gatsby to developers, which is one of the three choices you'd consider when building a React app, it offers pre-rendering, has a huge community who have shipped many Gatsby plugins that help make the process easy, I discussed about what's so awesome about it, how it renders content & built a blog with markdown files in 5 minutes live coding with the attendees.
During this talk, I covered a brief history about Ai, defined ML/DL & explained the difference between the two, started by recognizing an unknown type of flower from basic data we collected and how intuition managed to draw a line between the two types of flowers from our dataset, then I moved on to automate what we manually did and ended up making a Perceptron from scratch.