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Fight for the Edge: What you Need to Know About the Next Frontier in Web Pe...

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Cloudflare

101 Townsend Street

San Francisco, CA 94107

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As computers and networks become faster, one speed is becoming more and more relevant: the speed of light. To build fast apps and sites we must begin to shrink the distance between the server and the consumer. CDNs did this for static files, but as experiences become more and more interactive, it’s time to move the origin as well.

Is your site fast? How about in Australia? The next wave in serverless computation is moving your computation out from a single region or availability zone into a distributed system around the world. Join us as we explore what the stack of the future will look like.

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Zack Bloom is the Engineering Manager for the Apps and Workers teams which together form the Cloudflare Platform. He was the co-founder of Eager, which was acquired by Cloudflare in 2016 to create Cloudflare Apps. Zack is also the creator of open-source projects which have earned over forty-thousand stars on Github.

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6:00pm: Doors open, snacks & networking

6:30pm: Talk kickoff

7:30pm: Talk conclusion, post-event discussion & networking

8:00pm: Event conclusion

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