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What the web could be (in 2021 and beyond)

What the web could be (in 2021 and beyond)

Update: 2021-01-12
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Vercel CEO Guillermo Rauch and JS Party panelist Amal Hussein join Jerod to discuss the state of the web platform! We opine on why it’s so important and unique, where it stands today, what modern web development looks like, and where the whole thing is headed in 2021 and beyond.



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What the web could be (in 2021 and beyond)

What the web could be (in 2021 and beyond)

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