Workers: Serving code on the edge
You can deploy static content to the edge improving speed, but what about the rest of your code? To improve application performance you need your serverless code running at the edge as well. From running geo-based redirects to retrying or logging failed requests Workers can improve the performance of your applications.
Come join your fellow developers at Cloudflare’s Workershop to learn how to achieve this with Cloudflare Workers and our Developer Platform.
Through a series of hands-on labs and demos you will learn:
Front-end, back-end, and full-stack developers in Chicago, interested in using serverless functions on the edge, were invited to join us at Cloudflare’s Developers Workershop.
Pre-work: Install Wrangler
Participants can expect hands-on labs to learn how to create serverless functions with Workers.
Head of DevOps at Neighborhoods.com
Cyber Security Manager at Plante Moran
Senior Customer Value Architect at Celonis
Data Architect/Business Intelligence Developer at ACCO Brands
Senior Software Engineer at GrubHub Inc.
Staff Engineer at Stryker Corporation
Backend Engineer at UIC
Software Engineer at Grubhub
Full-Stack Web Developer at UIC
IT Specialist at Neighborhoods.com
Senior Information Specialist at Motorola Solutions
Certified Lead/Coordinator, Sterile Processing Department at NorthShore University HealthSystem
Master’s Student in Computer Sciences at UIC
Master’s Student in Management Information Systems at UIC
Arrival of guests and coffee/tea and pastry reception
Quick introduction to Cloudflare’s Workers
Bootstrapping a new project
Local / offline development
Deployment (workers.dev / custom routes)
Retry/log failed requests
What is Workers KV
What are Durable Objects
Workers KV vs Durable Objects demo
Debugging & Observability
Viewing Workers analytics/data in Cloudflare dashboard
Using Sentry for error handling
Closing remarks and Networking Lunch
Sofitel Chicago Magnificent Mile – Cannes Private Room
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