Lessons for Tomorrow Podcast: The Composable Architecture Revolution with Netlify - Part I

From faster load times to higher conversion rates and longer sustainability, the architectural shift from monolithic to composable solutions has changed the web industry significantly. And as more and more companies realize the benefits of this shift, they’re also trying to create better solutions overall.

In Part I of this episode, our host, Tim Ahlenius, is joined by CCO, CSO, and Co-Founder of Netlify Chris Bach. They discuss Netlify's process of decoupling the web from monolithic to composable, the effectiveness of creating composable solutions, and much more.

The web is continuing the path away from monolithic to decoupled apps and developers are leading with more power than ever before. Netlify is a remote-first cloud computing platform for companies to build and deploy websites and applications.

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Check out Part II of this conversation here.


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