Past & Future Appearances

Starting off as a self-taught developer made me value the community a lot. Sharing knowledge in conferences and meeting different people with similar interests is one of my biggest passions in this carreers. Therefore, I participate in conferences, podcasts, workshops, and meetups as often as I can.

2022

  • Modern Frontends Live

    Remixing Usability with Performance

    Remember when loading status and pending states were the pinnacle of user experience? What if I told you there's a viable alternative that will make you look you don't even have a backend roundtrip going? Thanks to serverless we can leverage the best of our apps and the best of our databases without breaking a sweat, and the user profits.

  • Smashing Workshop

    Advanced Next.js Masterclass

    Come around and let’s dive deep on how to build a fullstack application (with a data layer, state management, performance optimizations, and high security) with this amazing framework.

  • React Brussels

    Remixing Usability with Performance

    Remember when loading status and pending states were the pinnacle of user experience? What if I told you there's a viable alternative that will make you look you don't even have a backend roundtrip going? Thanks to serverless we can leverage the best of our apps and the best of our databases without breaking a sweat, and the user profits.

  • Smashing Conf NY

    Optimistic UX

    Once upon a time, the browser was passive to what logic the server would decide to show. Fast-forward a bit, we entered the world of Single Page Applications and suddenly we had control over presentation logic. Pending UIs and loading spinners enabled us to give the user feedback that something was happening. Nowadays, the gap between server-side and client-side is narrowed enough that we can have more control and anticipate what the response should be before we even fetch the data. Let's have a look at why and how we can use optimism to offer users a snappy (and smashing!) user experience.

  • React Alicante

    Handling Monorepos Today

    We want our node_modules to be small, we want to keep only one repository up-to-date. But we need deployments, release, and tests to be fast. Our build pipelines must be cheap! And on top of all that, don't give us a huge configuration file!! And by the way, don't even get me started on interdependencies! Let's set it all up once and for all. Free tools, nice defaults, and all that jazz!

  • React Roundup

    Next.js, Remix and Xata

    In today’s episode we talk with Atila Fassina, a developer experience engineer working at Xata. As a fan of both, Atila compares Next.js and Remix, comparing their similarities and differences. We also talk about how Xata makes dealing with databases more comfortable. This server-less database, which is hidden behind an API, provides users with some nice abstractions, such as instant migrations, and analytics and a search engine right out of the box. Our discussion includes partial routing, Remix mutations, and layout RFC.

  • React Norway

    Optmistic Web

    Remix is a framework revitalises web development by putting progressive enhancement in the front seat. It creates solutions that approximates developers to the platform. It uses Developer Experience as means to enforce web best practices and with that brought the term Optimistic UI back to our daily lives. Let's have a look at what features the Remix offers out-of-the-box to get developers creating high-quality web apps easily and deploying them anywhere that can run JavaScript.

  • Agent Conf

    Show me the Cache!

    "Oh, you found a bug? It's probably cache. " is the unfairest sentence on the web. Cache
is not the bug, not understanding cache is. Let's have a look on how it works and what we can 
do to leverage User Experience to the next level with it. Let's flush cache from a bug to a feature together!

2021

  • React Round Up

    Going Deep on Next.js

    Atila Fassina joins the Round Up to discuss how he got into Next and what he's doing with it now. The panel dives into the ins and outs of what you can do with Next and some advanced uses for the framework.

  • Smashing Workshop

    Next.js Black Belt

    In the workshop we cover everything from tooling to performance, and from UI straight up to security, so you are ready to take up your own after.

  • Conf42

    Multi-Thread Demystified

    JavaScript is not single-threaded anymore. And it has been a while. But we are still leaving all the processing in the same thread that we render things. Let's have a look on how we can do it better. Unblock the main thread forever!!!

  • React Day New York

    Multi-thread demystified

    JavaScript is not single-threaded anymore. And it has been a while. But we are still leaving all the processing in the same thread that we render things. Let's have a look on how we can do it better. Unblock the main thread forever!!!

  • React Meetup Berlin

    i18n with Next.js: the smooth way

    - With i18n routing out-of-the-box on Next.js, there's a lot of heavy lifting going on for us already. Let's have a look at 2 different approaches. Both with fairly little code, simple, and lightweight patterns to get our apps fully globalized!!

  • Infobip Shift

    Jamstack for Complex Apps

    Single Page Applications are awesome for quick scaffolding. But how do we beat those growing pains once your app becomes successful? There isn't a single answer, but Jamstack can definitely help. Maintainability and complexity are not opposites.