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Roundtable discussion: Challenges behind the development with Jamstack & Headless CMS

TUE 21.9.
13:00 - 13:40
Lucerna Gallery
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Do you wonder what will be the impact of the Jamstack on your development process? What challenges will you face if you choose to go headless way? Join us for the discussion and find out what are not only the good parts of the new frameworks but also unveil the changes you will have to introduce to your team.

How do roundtable discussions work?

- Every roundtable discussion includes 5 active participants and a moderator to run the discussion.
- Each participant will prepare a question about the chosen topic to discuss. Please come prepared with a question and be prepared to discuss the questions other participants ask.
- The roundtable discussion lasts a total of 40 minutes, including:
             o 5 MINUTES: A quick introduction from each participant about who you are and what you do.
             o 35 MINUTES: Interactive discussions about each question (7 minutes per question).
- Other conference attendees are welcome to quietly watch the roundtable discussion. There will always be about 15 chairs set up for an audience. We’ll also be live streaming the discussion for attendees who can’t attend in person

Don't worry if you run out of time! Feel free to continue talking with other participants after the official roundtable discussion ends.

Lucerna Cinema

Samuel Snopko

Head of Developer Relations @ Storyblok

Creative Front-End Knight & DesignOps enthusiast with a passion for JAMStack and a beautiful web. Samuel fell in love with CSS, Vue, and Nuxt—and after a long search in a world of headless CMSs, he discovered Storyblok. For years, he was one of the company’s biggest advocates until he finally joined their ranks in 2020 as the Head of Developer Relationships. Now, some people call him Mr. Storyblok.

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