Sia Karamalegos

  • @thegreengreek
  • Freelance web performance and development
  • she/her
  • New Orleans, LA, USA
Hi, I'm Sia. I'm a freelance web performance engineer and developer, writer, speaker, currently trai...  
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2021

Jun 24, 2021
Jun 24, 2021
Wrote a Newsletter
Wrote my first newsletter!
Jun 15, 2021
Jun 15, 2021
Spoke at a meetup
I spoke about Serverless Functions on Netlify at our local meetup, GDG New Orleans.
Jun 14, 2021
Jun 14, 2021
Published a blog post
I often do talks for newer developers, and learning what serverless is like and what it is capable of is something I wished I had seen when I was in my bootcamping days. I wrote up the live demo as a tutorial to help folks try it out on their own.
May 25, 2021
May 25, 2021
Spoke at a conference
Published a blog post
Recorded a talk
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I had fun talking about Eleventy, the Indie Web, and Webmentions at Magnolia JS!

You can find more about the talk including videos in my blog post about it. Here's the talk title and description:

Join the Indie Web with Eleventy and Webmentions Webmentions are an exciting standard which help enable the IndieWeb. We can own our own content, hosted on our own domains, without sacrificing social connection and replies with other people! Eleventy is JavaScript-based static site generator that requires no client-side JavaScript, making it performant by default.
May 24, 2021
May 24, 2021
Published a blog post
I like to talk and write about Eleventy a LOT. I always run into this problem of having to introduce Eleventy to people not familiar with it in a short way. So, I wrote up this miniature demo to give people a flavor of Eleventy without overwhelming them with all the details. If you like it as much as I do, maybe it will inspire you to learn more!
Feb 09, 2021
Feb 09, 2021
Spoke at a conference
I spoke about responsive images and web performance, one of my favorite topics at c't <web dev>. Here's the title and description:

Responsive Images for the Web Images account for 50% of the bytes downloaded to load a website. How can you make sure that your users only download the smallest image necessary while preserving image quality? In this talk, we'll focus on the underlying concepts in HTML and CSS for serving responsive images, which you can take with you no matter which tool you use.Which file formats suit which image types best? How can you use art direction in images to show the best image for a viewport layout? Come learn about this and more!
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