This Web Site is a Tech Talk
Over the weekend I was finishing up some polish on the slides of my most recent conference talk when my daughter walked in to my office. We decided to record a short video of that interaction and put it up on Twitter.
Needless to say, the tweet—uh—went much further than I expected.
- Original video recorded and posted on Vimeo by Smashing Conference
- Talk originally delivered for SmashingConf Austin 2020
March 8, 2021: Update: make sure you check out Queue Code, a service to let you live code like I did in this talk.
Slides and Source Code
- Check out the slides
- Direct link to the slide featured in The Tweet
- Full source code on GitHub
- Related: Queue Code
I think I’ve put more work into this @smashingconf talk than any other talk I’ve given in my life 😅😅😅—October 9, 2020
I am really excited and nervous to give this talk but I also want to punch past me for being obsessed with this weird idea—October 12, 2020
Really intrigued by the autotyping effect. I really love it!
I’ll post the slides so that anyone can use it tomorrow!
Nice. I really see a use case for this in tutorials. Like the small showcases on the frontpage of @tailwindcss docs. Yours just seems to be next step automated with the liveview and autotyping (still don't know how you did it, just watched the start of the talk)
About 11 minutes in this gets spicy 🌶️🌶️😂😂
😅 I’m just usually too busy to take any shots but if they can do 100 million vaccines I figure why not
this is a cool talk, thanks for sharing.
The flow of your ideas in this talk is 💯. The reveal at the end is just so satisfying.
I'm calling all our websites Multi Page Applications from now on 🤣 — great talk🔥
I was highly entertained watching this
Loving how meta this is. Excellent talk!
Good job, Zach! 🍨 The cam stream going red was fun👌
Yay! I was hoping this would wind up on YouTube. Great talk! I'm already VERY biased in favor of less JS on the frontend, but hey, we need at least a little echo in our chamber, no?
There goes my evening!
Funny timing. I channeled this energy today and got around to making my blog which is a no-js MPA. Created a build system that uses just markdown, html, and css files. No templating languages or webpack. Feels good.
"Not a single typo"
Loved it! 💯💯💯
This little girl seems like Disney tinkerbell character
So good 😊 I laughed out loud many times. Thanks 🙏 so much Zach 💯
🙌🏻 whoa 4 hundos and an ice cream—I’ll take it
For sure, I've always been on the highly dynamic side of things, so apologies, my familiarity with static generation solutions is a bit less. But I imagine a lot of the same considerations apply.
Oh, no—no apologies needed at all. I don’t assume anyone knows me or my work (the world is a big place) 😅
I love this talk so much