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Friday
Jul 20, 2018
JAMStack Portland #1: What is the JAMStack?
R/GA

The inaugural Portland JAMStack Meetup!

We're going to have three presentations discussing what the JAMStack is, static site generators and CMSs, micro static site generators, orthogonal build steps and building your own tools.

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Thursday
Aug 23, 2018
Gatsby is my JAMstack (PDX Edition)
Alchemy Code Lab

Join JAMstack Portland as the Gatsby team takes over to share what’s coming in Gatsby V2.

On Thursday, August 23rd (6:30pm) at Alchemy Code Lab, take a deep dive into what’s coming up in Gatsby V2. Learn how Gatsby leverages React and GraphQL as part of its JAMstack approach to building blazing fast websites.

Talks for the night:

  • Gatsby V2 Deep Dive with Kyle Mathews, creator of Gatsby

    Learn what’s new in V2, including additional build optimizations, better error messaging, hotter hot reloading with Gatsby’s Ludicrous Mode, and PostCSS configuration updates.

  • How We’re Working to Make Open Source More Open with Marisa Morby

    From free swag to open pair programming hours, Gatsby is working hard to make sure the open source community is as welcoming as possible. Learn how we’ve designed our processes, what we’ve learned, and what we’re planning next in this session.

  • Build a Gatsby V2 Site with AWS and Tailwind CSS with Kyle Galbraith

    Learn how to leverage Gatsby, Tailwind, and AWS to create (and deploy) a stylish blog - in the time it takes for a pizza to get delivered.

  • Data in Gatsby V2: GraphQL Schema Stitching, StaticQuery, and More with Andrew Rhyne

    In this session, learn all about the new ways you can access data in Gatsby V2, from the flexibility of the new StaticQuery component to improved integration with existing GraphQL APIs.

Food and drinks will be provided. Space is limited so register early to reserve your spot! All attendees are expected to abide by Gatsby’s code of conduct.

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Saturday
Nov 3, 2018
Alchemy's 2018FreeCodeCamp.org JAMStack Hackathon PDX Edition!
through Alchemy Code Lab

Free Code Camp is hosting a JAMStack Hackathon in San Fransisco, and we can participate together in Portland! It's a two-day event on Saturday & Sunday, November 3 & 4 from 9AM to 9PM.

Come hang out and participate in the online version of the hackathon in person with teams we'll help you build in downtown Portland at Alchemy Code Lab! ACL lead instructor, mJordan, and Free Code Camp Portland Organizers / awesome developers, Brigette, Kenny, and Daniel will be ready to hack and help. Jason from Gatsby will also be popping in to help and provide some swag!

The online hackathon teams will compete for their own set of prizes. They can interact with the judges, mentors, and other hackathon teams through the chat room and the live stream of the event on the freeCodeCamp YouTube channel.

HOW TO SIGN UP (4 Steps to Officially Participate): 1. RSVP to our MeetUp

  1. Check out the official event page: https://hackathon.freecodecamp.org/

  2. Build and deploy a JAMStack app by following the included instructions. If you need help, feel free to reach out to [email protected] or join the Free Code Camp Portland slack group [http://bit.ly/freecodecamppdx] and reach out!

  3. Once your hello world app is live, apply for a free online ticket here: https://freecodecamp.typeform.com/to/v4mc19

*You can still participate without signing up for the online hackathon ticket, but you won’t be eligible for the official prizes.

SHOULD YOU SIGN UP? YES! Any skill level should feel welcome to come hang out and learn! Hackathons are a great way to meet new people and learn new skills. Some experience with HTML/CSS/JavaScript would be helpful, but there are always plenty of ways for people to contribute even if you don’t know any code coming in.

EVENT DETAILS: The main hackathon is from 9am to 9pm on both Saturday and Sunday. The space here will be available for the same hours.

Food carts are just a few blocks away when you need a midday break, and there will be some food provided...stay tuned!

WAIT, WAIT…. WHAT ACTUALLY IS THE JAMStack? The JAMstack is a simple way of building web apps. JAM stands for JavaScript, APIs, and Markup (HTML and CSS).

If you've built some of the projects in the freeCodeCamp curriculum, you've already been using the JAMstack.

The main difference between the JAMstack and other web development stacks like LAMP and MEAN is this: instead of using a web server back end, you use APIs.

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JAMStack Hackathon PDX Edition!
through Alchemy Code Lab

Free Code Camp is hosting a JAMStack Hackathon in San Fransisco, and we can participate together in Portland! It's a two-day event on Saturday & Sunday, November 3 & 4 from 9AM to 9PM.

Come hang out and participate in the online version of the hackathon in person with teams we'll help you build in downtown Portland at Alchemy Code Lab! ACL lead instructor, mJordan, and Free Code Camp Portland Organizers / awesome developers, Brigette, Kenny, and Daniel will be ready to hack and help. Jason from Gatsby will also be popping in to help and provide some swag!

The online hackathon teams will compete for their own set of prizes. They can interact with the judges, mentors, and other hackathon teams through the chat room and the live stream of the event on the freeCodeCamp YouTube channel.

HOW TO SIGN UP (4 Steps to Officially Participate): 1. RSVP to our MeetUp

  1. Check out the official event page: https://hackathon.freecodecamp.org/

  2. Build and deploy a JAMStack app by following the included instructions. If you need help, feel free to reach out to [email protected] or join the Free Code Camp Portland slack group [http://bit.ly/freecodecamppdx] and reach out!

  3. Once your hello world app is live, apply for a free online ticket here: https://freecodecamp.typeform.com/to/v4mc19

*You can still participate without signing up for the online hackathon ticket, but you won’t be eligible for the official prizes.

SHOULD YOU SIGN UP? YES! Any skill level should feel welcome to come hang out and learn! Hackathons are a great way to meet new people and learn new skills. Some experience with HTML/CSS/JavaScript would be helpful, but there are always plenty of ways for people to contribute even if you don’t know any code coming in.

EVENT DETAILS: The main hackathon is from 9am to 9pm on both Saturday and Sunday. The space here will be available for the same hours.

Food carts are just a few blocks away when you need a midday break, and there will be some food provided...stay tuned!

WAIT, WAIT…. WHAT ACTUALLY IS THE JAMStack? The JAMstack is a simple way of building web apps. JAM stands for JavaScript, APIs, and Markup (HTML and CSS).

If you've built some of the projects in the freeCodeCamp curriculum, you've already been using the JAMstack.

The main difference between the JAMstack and other web development stacks like LAMP and MEAN is this: instead of using a web server back end, you use APIs.

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