Contentful Meetup

Toronto Community Meetup #7

Meet and learn from other Contentful users!
4 November 2019
18:00 CET
Duration: 3 hours
Contentful Meetup
Juno College of Technology
Toronto, Canada

Meet and learn from other Contentful users!


We're excited to co-host this meetup with the JAMstack Toronto community! We planned on being in town around the same time for a meetup, so we decided to combine forces. Just that much better for the community. That said here are the deets for the next meetup.

⚡️ Talk 1: Content management in the JAMstack by Shy Ruparel

Content management might be one of the trickiest parts of the JAMStack. Building a workflow that lets non-technical colleagues make contributions with minimal effort while also enabling developers to implement changes independent of the editorial workflow is critical for any project. In this workshop, Shy Ruparel will walk through how you can manage content for your website, integrate content model changes into your workflow and combine content management with the testing phases of your deployment.

⚡️ Talk 2: A Look @ Nuxt (deets coming shortly) by Sumit Arora


Shy Ruparel Developer Evangelist, Contentful @ShyRuparel

Shy Ruparel is a Python developer by heart with a passion for day long board games, good jokes and the staying power to wish you a great day on Twitter every single day.

Sumit Arora Solution Architect, Rangle @arorasumit

Sumit's a full-stack web developer with extensive experience in building complex and scalable applications. He has expertise in process engineering and improvement, information architecture, software development best practices, and analysis. His major interest lies in data visualizations and analysis. Karma is the lead influence in his life.

Learn more about Contentful:

If you are interested in sharing a project with the rest of our community, come speak at one of our meetups. Check out our become a speaker program, and reach out to us if you have any questions.

This event has ended
add-circle arrow-right remove style-two-pin-marker subtract-circle