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Ohad Eder-Pressman on configuring sites, the minimum needed to do the job, Jamstack as the predominant web architecture

Quick show notes Our Guest: Ohad Eder-Pressman What he'd like for you to see: Stackbit Studio | Jamstack Themes | Keep your eyes on the Jamstack His JAMstack Jams: Simplicity and straightforwardness of the Jamstack | Next.js or 11ty | Sanity | Netlify | Stackbit His Musical Jams: Eclectic from Bossa Novas to Kids Music This week's sponsor: Auth0 This week, we've got Auth0 as a sponsor. While their prowess at authentication is important, they're also releasing a ton of new tutorials and courses on their YouTube channel, including a free course on building a full-stack Jamstack app with Next.js. Transcript Bryan Robinson 0:02 Hello, everyone, welcome to another episode of That's My Jamstack the podcast where we ask the timeless question, what is your jam in the Jamstack. I'm your host, Bryan Robinson and today on the podcast, we have Ohad Eder-Pressman. Ohad is the CEO and co founder of the Jamstack company Stackbit. Bryan Robinson 0:20 Before we dive into the interview, though, I want to take a second and thank this week's sponsor off zero, we'll talk a bit at the end about the amazing educational content they're putting out on YouTube. But if you're curious about that Jamstack education, head on over to for all the videos. Alright, thanks for being on the show with us today. Ohad Eder-Pressman 0:35 Thanks for having me, Bryan. Bryan Robinson 0:40 Cool. So let's start. Let's, uh, let's tell us a little bit about yourself. What do you do for work? What do you do for fun, that sort of thing? Ohad Eder-Pressman 0:49 Sure. So I'm Ohio, I live in work in San Francisco. I'm a co founder and CEO of Stackbit that company building platforms for developers and other stakeholders to produce Jamstack sites very passionate about the Jamstack and kind of involved with the space for a while. What do I do in my free time, I guess hanging out with family families taking up more and more time bigger share of my life. I, I used to grow up on size don't really have a lot of time for that anymore. But I'm very curious person. So you put something in front of me, I just dive in. You know, like, I watched a ton of videos about engineering yesterday, you know, in like how to do construction underwater. So yeah, let's call that a hobby for the next 24 hours. Bryan Robinson 1:43 Sure, sure. I thought so. Are we gonna be seeing some some underwater architecture from Stackbit? Probably probably just watching the videos. Ohad Eder-Pressman 1:51 No, no, no, these things don't always have to intermix? Yeah, I love construction and building things. Very big DIY. Bryan Robinson 2:01 Cool. Very nice. And with the, with the old bonds, I have it, like you grew them, you shaped them, like how many did you have kind of at the most? Ohad Eder-Pressman 2:12 I think I've killed five and then stuff. Ohad Eder-Pressman 2:17 That's, you know, the world gave me a signal and I listened. Bryan Robinson 2:20 Yeah, I actually had one in college. And I kept it alive about six months in a dorm room, and then took it home for the summer to my parents house where it got destroyed, because there was an infestation that happened. And then I never picked it back up. So I was one and done. But it was a lot of fun. It was cool to like, you know, gently clip and gently shape over the course of the six months. Ohad Eder-Pressman 2:39 Yeah, it's very Zen. Very Zen. I love that. Bryan Robinson 2:42 Cool. So what was your entry point into kind of the idea of the Jamstack? Or if you're old school enough into the idea of like static sites and that sort of thing? Unknown Speaker 2:51 Yeah, I actually remember it pretty well. I think it was sometime around 2011 or 2012. And, you know, my background is, as a software developer, mostly self taught, and, and I have, you know, maintain a personal site forever, and have also, you know, kind of maintaine

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