She has been a full-time software engineer since 2017. Since 2022, she has focused more on developer relations as a Staff Developer Relations Engineer at Vercel to improve her people skills and get out of her coding comfort zone. She wrote multiple books, with Patterns.dev being her latest.
In her free time, she likes to challenge herself to be more creative and improve her tech skills by writing in-depth articles on commonly used technologies and subjects that often need to be understood or taken time to understand.
Thursday, 25th – 1:05 PM
With so many languages and frameworks available that compete for our attention, it is easy to feel overwhelmed sometimes by the next update/big thing. But it does not have to be that way. In her talk, Lydia Halley will show Next.js 13 in action, and show how easy and versatile it is, while staying performant.
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