Free workshops at Remix Conf Europe

These workshops are available for Full Ticket and Multipass holders.

All Full Ticket holders will get an email with a registration link for the workshops, as soon as the full workshops line up is published – a month before the conference.

These workshops will be run remotely via Zoom. The recordings of most workshops will be shared with full ticket holders after the conference.

Remote workshops
Arisa Fukuzaki, Facundo Giuliani

Crash Course into Remix & Storyblok

You may read already about Remix. You probably already used it, and recently you may hear a lot about the headless CMSs. In this quick course, we will put all the pieces together, and I will show you why Storyblok in combination with Remix is the best combo for your next project. Stop by and try it yourself!

  • Introduction to Remix, atomic design & the headless world
  • Environment setup
  • Creating pages and understanding how the dynamic routing splat routes works
  • Future tips and Q&A

Prerequisite(s): Node.js installed, GitHub account.

Workshop level

Brief familiarity with React and Git.

Workshop schedule & location

Date & time: November 15, 16:00-19:00 CET. Remote via zoom.

Robert Pop

Build and Launch a personal blog using Remix and Vercel

In this workshop we will learn how to build a personal blog from scratch using Remix, TailwindCSS. The blog will be hosted on Vercel and all the content will be dynamically served from a separate GitHub repository. We will be using HTTP Caching for the blog posts.

What we want to achieve at the end of the workshop is to have a list of our blog posts displayed on the deployed version of the website, the ability to filter them and to read them individually.

Bonus: analytics and responsiveness if time will allow us.

Table of contents
  • - Setup a Remix Project with a predefined stack
  • - Install additional dependencies
  • - Read content from GiHub
  • - Display Content from GitHub
  • - Parse the content and load it within our app using mdx-bundler
  • - Create separate blog post page to have them displayed standalone
  • - Add filters on the initial list of blog posts

NodeJS installed, GitHub Account, Vercel Account.

Workshop level


Workshop schedule & location

Date & time: November 17, 16:00-19:00 CET. Remote via zoom.

Michael Carter

How to Solve Real-World Problems with Remix

Table of contents
  • - Errors? How to render and log your server and client errors
  • - a - When to return errors vs throw
  • - b - Setup logging service like Sentry, LogRocket, and Bugsnag
  • - Forms? How to validate and handle multi-page forms
  • - a - Use zod to validate form data in your action
  • - b - Step through multi-page forms without losing data
  • - Stuck? How to patch bugs or missing features in Remix so you can move on
  • - a - Use patch-package to quickly fix your Remix install
  • - b - Show tool for managing multiple patches and cherry-pick open PRs
  • - Users? How to handle multi-tenant apps with Prisma
  • - a - Determine tenant by host or by user
  • - b - Multiple database or single database/multiple schemas
  • - c - Ensures tenant data always separate from others
Workshop schedule & location

Date & time: November 21, 16:00-19:00 CET. Remote via zoom.

Jon Meyers

Building a Realtime App with Remix and Supabase

Supabase and Remix make building fullstack apps easy. In this workshop, we are going to learn how to use Supabase to implement authentication and authorization into a realtime Remix application. Join Jon Meyers as he steps through building this app from scratch and demonstrating how you can harness the power of relational databases!

Workshop schedule & location

Date & time: November 23, 11:00-14:00 CET. Remote via zoom.


Arisa Fukuzaki
Storyblok, Germany

Arisa is a Frontend Developer who became a DevRel Engineer. She works at Storyblok to share and improve better DX through talks, maintaining SDKs, and tutorials. Her mission is to learn, speak, connect and help. In her private time, she is a GDE, an Aikido fighter, a GirlCode ambassador, and a longboarder.

Facundo Giuliani
Storyblok, Argentina

Facundo is a Developer Relations Engineer at Storyblok. From Buenos Aires, Argentina, he has more than 15 years of experience in software development. Systems Engineer graduated from the National Technological University from Argentina. Full Stack Developer. Auth0 Ambassador. Prisma Ambassador. Cloudinary Media Developer Expert. GitKraken Ambassador. He is also an open-source contributor.

Robert Pop
NorSoft Development, Romania

Co-Founder, Entrepreneur, Software Engineer, Consultant, Trainer

I am passionate about technology and building products that solve real world problems.

I love to teach people how to code and get them started on their coding journey. I've held many workshops and guided students into the world of programming.

My passions include building products, learning new things, sharing my knowledge, and helping others.

Michael Carter
Developer experience
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Michael Carter
onezerOne, USA

Michael Carter has over 30 years experience developing applications. He was one of the first to get a Remix license. He hangs out on the Remix Discord as well as GitHub and Twitter helping other developers. He has created many packages and tools to enhance your Remix apps.

Jon Meyers
Supabase, Australia

Jon Meyers is a Software Engineer, Educator and Hip Hop Producer from Melbourne, Australia. He's passionate about web development and enabling others to build amazing things! He is currently working as a Developer Advocate at Supabase, showing just how awesome databases can be!

Jon is running Youtube channel.