Rock out with JAM Stack on Azure

 
English Intermediate Web

JAM stands for JavaScript, API's, and Markup. It leverages static content and global distribution to create highly scalable applications, or simply something to host your blog. Either way, it's a great way to think about building web sites. In this session, we'll look at what JAM stack is, how it works on on Azure and GitHub, and look a several demos that show it in action.

Speaker

Blaize Stewart

Architect at Atmosera -- Microsoft MVP, MCT, & Partner Cloud Solutions Architect

Blaize is a Microsoft Azure MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Partner Cloud Solution Architect with Microsoft. Blaize has been interested in software development since childhood and wrote his first software while still in high school. Since that time, Blaize has had broad experience in all things IT ranging from a network administrator to a software architect and everything in between.

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