Static Sites Berlin #5
Join us for the fifth Edition of Static Sites Berlin meetup where you will learn and share your experience with stati...View Event
June 12, 2018
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM CEST
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Learn how to keep your content organized and accessible to your tech team as the way you use Contentful evolves. As always, we will provide plenty of free food and drinks 🍻.
6:30 PM: Doors open. Our team will be there to welcome you.
7:00 PM: 🗣3 Tips on How to Get Started With Contentful and GraphQL - Valerie Fuchs
Having built client websites with the REST Contentful API, we decided to test Contentful’s new GraphQL library for one of our most recent projects. While building the base of our web-application, it was especially interesting for us to test how flexibly we can adjust the content architecture, as we changed and increased content elements throughout the project. This talk is going to run through some of our learnings and highlights things to consider when building a ‘client-feedback-prone’ web-application with Node, GraphQL and React.
7:30 PM: 🗣Content Testing and Deployment Done the Right Way - Shy Ruparel
Testing: it’s one of the least exciting, but most important factors in software development. Using the new environments feature, Shy Ruparel, walks through how to add content model changes into the testing phases of your deployment by integrating Contentful migrations in your continuous delivery pipeline.
8:00 PM: 👋 Meet other developers using Contentful
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Shy Ruparel is a Python developer by heart with a passion for JRPGs, good jokes and the staying power to wish you a great day on Twitter every single day.
Valerie is a Web Developer at Design & Technology Firm ‘Your Majesty’ in Amsterdam, where she works on various projects using Contentful with Node.js. Next to her job as web developer, Valerie just recently kicked off her event-series ‘CAFE ROBOT’, which aims to build an inclusive community for newbie developers & code hobbyists in Amsterdam.