I had the pleasure of attending Jamstack Conf 2022 in San Francisco for the last two days. After a few years of Covid break, it was amazing to see the community come together in person (500+ folks at the venue) and remote.
There were a lot of great talks and panels across the board. I especially enjoyed the lightning talk format with 10 min product introductions. Some re-occurring themes were edge computing, composable, and empowering non-technical users (all very in line with what we’re doing at Atama). Beyond that, there were a couple of presentations that I especially enjoyed:
Remote work is here to stay.
Serverless and React are not going anywhere.
Nuxt and Vue are losing share and popularity.
Devs are starting to build for device-specific browsers that are not desktops/tablets/phones (omni-channel, here we come!).
It was great to see the collaborative spirit at the conference, even amongst competitors. Eleventy founder Zach Leatherman called on everyone to keep building frameworks and “build off each other” to make the web better. I’m inspired and excited to introduce Atama to the community in the coming months.