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How I'm building my personal website in 2022

In this video I'll be going over how I rebuilt my personal website - - for 2022. I'll cover the tools I use, how I wrote the code, and how I deployed it, without spending any money*. 00:00 Intro 00:43 What we're doing 01:50 Buying a new domain 03:50 Setting up a new codebase project 07:23 Coding timelapse 07:53 Viewing the finished product 08:45 Pushing the project to GitHub 11:44 Deploying the project to the web 16:28 Conclusion * Registering a custom domain ( costs money! View the source for this project: Cloudflare Registrar - cheap (at-cost) domain registrar: Remix - new React.js framework that I'm digging: Cloudflare Pages - deploy Jamstack applications easily with dope performance: WATCH MY FREE ONLINE COURSES: ⛅ Introduction to Cloudflare Workers - 🚀 Build a Serverless API - 💾 Build Data-Driven Applications on the Edge - MY FAVORITE GEAR: 🎥 Camera - 🎤 Best Mic for Narration - MY FAVORITE SOFTWARE: 📑 My text editor of choice for code - 🎵 Where I get my Music (amazing for YouTubers) - FOLLOW KRISTIAN: 💌 Sign up to my weekly email newsletter - 🌍 My website / blog - 🐦 Twitter - WHO AM I: I'm Kristian! I make YouTube videos, teach people how to code, and work as an engineering manager in tech. I make videos teaching developers the fundamentals that they need to succeed in their programming careers. I'm into music and live in Austin, Texas with my girlfriend and my dog. Thanks for watching! 👋 🌍 My website / blog - GET IN TOUCH: I'd love to chat! Tweet at me, or send me a DM: @codewthkristian. I'd love to answer any questions you have while watching my videos, or if you have video suggestions, hit me up! PS: Some of the links in this description are affiliate links that I get a kickback from 😜

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"Full Stack Fast: Data on the Edge" by Greg Brimble at #RemixConf 💿

Why force your users to settle for either loading skeletons or slow page renders? Remix can bring your application rendering to the edge, but what about your data? Why should every request have to call back to a single database cluster in Virginia? For the best performance and experience for your users, store your data on the edge, alongside the rest of your application. We'll discuss how the original colocated server and database configuration worked, how it evolved with Jamstack, improved with next-gen data services, and how today's technology supports a new architecture altogether. But distributed systems are notoriously hard to design for, and edge-based storage is no different, with the challenges of synchronicity being a particularly difficult problem. I'll highlight the benefits of edge-based storage, how it compares to the other options, and I'll showcase a truly global Remix application built with Cloudflare's KV, Durable Objects and R2. Speaker bio: Greg is a Systems Engineer at Cloudflare working on Cloudflare Pages in the Emerging Technologies and Incubation department. Cloudflare Pages is a full-stack developer platform and they were very excited to add support for Remix at the end of last year. Before Pages, Greg worked with Cloudflare's Speed Team where he learned to appreciate the Network tab of DevTools. Greg has also contributed to the Web Almanac and numerous open-source projects, and, most importantly, he has his fingers crossed for enough snow to go skiing after Remix Conf! ⛷ Learn more at