Hinting at a better web
The web is not in a good state and that doesn’t make any sense. We have better tooling than ever, we have predictable outcome of our code in browsers and knowledge is available for free. So why is the average website huge, slow and full of bugs? One reason might be that we’re arguing about the wrong things and try to solve everything ourselves. In this talk we’ll look at some of the great things we can use to automate some of our work and have a development environment that teaches us best practices while we do our work, not when we get the time to look them up.
- Senior Program Manager at Microsoft.
- Dedicated the last 20 years of his life to make the web work and thrive.
- Strives to make code and coders work efficiently.
- Dedicated most of his time on educating, writing and sharing, presenting on average at 30 conferences a year.
- Spends a lot of time pondering how machine learning and AI can aid humans and replace jobs we’re too important to do.
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