Gerard Sans

Gerard Sans

Gerard Helps Developers succeed in Artificial Intelligence and Web3; He is very excited about the future of the Web and JavaScript. Always happy Computer Science Engineer and humble Google Developer Expert. He loves to share his learnings by giving talks, training and writing about cool technologies. He loves running Web3 London, GraphQL London, GraphQL San Francisco, mentoring students and giving back to the community.

Sessions Montréal 2023

Fullstack GraphQL using Vue

Formation en anglais

This GraphQL Fullstack Workshop is designed for developers. You will learn how to build a GraphQL server and client using Node.js and Vue.js, giving you the skills needed to work with GraphQL in your own projects.

You'll start by learning about GraphQL's origins, how it works, and what it can do for you. Then we'll dive into some hands-on learning, building a GraphQL server and client with JavaScript and Vue. We'll also cover some important best practices like error handling, pagination, authentication/authorization, real-time updates with subscriptions and more!

Why openAI is changing the future of AI?

Session en anglais - Intermédiaire

What if I told you that in just the last 2 years, AIs have learned to: write in Shakespeare's style; write code and refactor it; and generate any images you can imagine in just few seconds!

In this talk, I'll look at the milestones that allowed openAI to achieve such incredible results and what this new generation of AI is capable of

Will chatGPT take your job? The rise of conversational AIs

Session en anglais - Débutant

Do you want the good or the bad news first? End of last year OpenAI took everyone by surprise by releasing chatGPT. Microsoft, Meta and Google are now doubling down on AI chat-driven systems. Are you ready?

In this keynote, we'll explore the current and potential uses of multimodal conversational AIs. Let’s take a deep dive into this fascinating technology and consider what it means for our future as Developers.

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