JTC Ambassador - Senior Interaction Developer
Jorans passion involves getting people to love technology and getting technology to play nice. He works as an interaction developer with ♡ for web, tech, science & tinkering with stuff. Focussed on innovation at Jumbo Supermarkten. Writes, tweets and speaks every now and then.
Area of Expertise
Zero conflict marriages with Astro
Astro is an all-in-one framework with a focus on high performant delivery of content. It support popular frameworks like ReactJS, Angular, VueJS and Svelte with zero configuration.
In this talk we'll discover some of the features and top notch developer experience of Astro by showcasing the zero config setup and having a miniature React JS application communicating with a miniature VueJS application.
I will also showcase the performant side of Astro by quickly deploying and showcasing the out of the box performance of a simple website.
The session is meant to inspire and support the opening of traditional developer tech silos with supportive modern frameworks.
Great Migrations: Upgrading at Scale
In the wild, creatures migrate in large herds for various reasons. These migrations are not without peril. In this talk, natures' migratory patterns serve as inspiration when applying lessons to our own upgrade and migration paths. I'll be describing processes you can employ in your (mid to large scale) organisation to follow an optimal migration path.
Use case is the way we've upgraded our internal component library on which we build our software at Jumbo Supermarkten. This situation applied to the upgrade that we are conducting on our tech stack based on Vue & Nuxt in a multi application landscape.
Why the Developer Experience matters for business
Your typical loyal customer journey might take less than an hour on your platform. But your development team however, spends significantly more time on your product. Every. Single. Day. That's why you should focus on the DX as well as the UX.
Maintaining a component library at scale
At Jumbo Supermarkten we use Vue for our frontend development. To speed up application building, we've created and maintain a component library. Within our frontend chapter, we're making a point of everybody being involved in the maintenance and development of the library. What did we do to facilitate this? And what problems did we need to solve? How is this helping cross domain communications? How are we dealing with the Vue3 update? Come find out!
Building a frontend platform with Nuxt
At Jumbo Supermarkten, we're building our own frontend platform to facilitate individual scrum teams working independently on the stuff that matters while maintaining a omni channel experience across our landscape.
The Voice of the Web
The Web Speech API offers a couple of interesting and possibly useful APIs to play around with and to create interesting web applications, and at the least some out of the box possibilities. In the session we'll investigate use cases of using the API, and some examples in dealing to text to speech synthesis and using voice as an input.
A Vue performance
We're going to talk about what you can do in order the get insights on your applications' performance and what measures you can take in order to improve the user experience by either improving perceived or actual performance.
This talk can be considered medior level because we will assume basic knowledge of the VueJS & NuxtJS ecosystem. We will discuss third party tooling but also concepts as lazyloading, hydration, ssr and ssg
Nuxt as the Backbone of Scalable E-Commerce
Talk on how Nuxt can fit in with enterprise scale architectures. I gave an inspirational talk about how we at Jumbo Supermarkten have devised a platform to publish our E-Commerce.
It starts with a bit of context and a short history, where we will start to apply the changes that are needed to move to the newly built platform.
Not a technical deep dive, and no in-depth technical knowledge needed to be applicable.
Gotta have more cowbell
Talk, with some live coding, on how to learn new tech concepts and ideas by showcasing a small side project. Learning tech is important and therefore should be fun!
VueJS Global Summit Upcoming
Geekle started doing online events when offline events were stopped completely. We never stop and we are running the Vue.js Global Summit'23. Our speakers are leading experts from all over the world who are ready to share what challenges Vue.js experts face in their work.
Geekle has the unique experience to gather huge tech summits with 2'000+ attendees in different domains. Now we hope to make something the world has never seen before for the Vue.js community.
Following the expansion of the Vue ecosystem, Vue.js Live Conference has grown from a local Meetup to an international conf, and in 2023 we're going even further – global. The event will welcome more than 10000 Vue folks remotely from anywhere in the world while there going to be an offline part for a limited number of luckies. Moreover, every participant around the world can access our online workshops, fun & networking with stellar Vue people.
Largest online Nuxt related conference where up to 20.000 fellow Nuxt & Vue Developers learn everything Nuxt.js has to offer in 2022!
The Most Special & Largest Vue Conference in the World is a 2 Day Vue Conference in the with over 1,100 People flying from over 50 Countries in the World. Vuejs Amsterdam is the must-attend Vue Community Event & Event of the year.
30 professionals educating you on how to level up as a Vue Developer via Core Team Updates, Industry Releases and Case Studies.
JTC Ambassador - Senior Interaction Developer