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Quick show notes
- Our Guest: Aisha Blake
- What she'd like for you to see: Gatsby Days - Feb. 3, 2020
- Who got Aisha into the JAMstack: Working as a volunteer, creating websites in Jekyll
- Her JAMstack Jams: The way it makes teaching easier
- Her musical Jam: Dear Evan Hansen Soundtrack
Other things mentioned
Bryan Robinson 0:03
Hello and welcome to another episode of That's My JAMstack the podcast asked the age old question, what's your jam in the JAMstack? On today's episode, we've got the amazing Aisha Blake. Aisha is a member of the Gatsby learning team, as well as being a teacher, speaker and conference organizer.
Bryan Robinson 0:20
Now this episode is jam packed with JAMstack goodness. But before we get into that, I wanted to welcome back our wonderful sponsor TakeShape. Stick around after the episode to hear more about their content platform or go ahead and head over while you're listening to TakeShape.io/thatsmyjamstack for more information.
Bryan Robinson 0:40
Hi Aisha, how's it going today? Thanks for being on the show.
Aisha Blake 0:42
Everything is great. Thank you for having me.
Bryan Robinson 0:44
All right. So So obviously, you're on the show to talk about the JAMstack stuff, but go ahead and give us a little introduction for who you are, what you do for work, what do you do for fun and that sort of thing?
Aisha Blake 0:52
Absolutely. So I am a brand new senior software engineer on Gatsby's learning team. I am -- I do a lot of things. I do a whole lot of things. I am an organizer for two conferences in Detroit. One is called self conference is half tech talks, half people focus talks. It has really, really great community and one is new. I am also organizing a conference called