Daniel RoeOpen SourceNuxt
Daniel is a core team member of Nuxt - previously a CTO of a SaaS startup. His open-source work has a focus in the Vue.js and Nuxt ecosystems and he's involved in consultancy with companies around the world, particularly around JAMstack, serverless and software architecture. He's based in the North East of England where he lives with his family, three cats, and a dog.
Brandon is an Open Source Advocate, focused on community engagement, content creation, and collaboration. He enjoys learning new things, helping other developers be successful, speaking at conferences, and contributing to open source. He is a GDE, technical writer, and a maintainer of the NgRx project building libraries for reactive Angular applications.
Debbie is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft and has over 10 years experience in Frontend development. She has worked as a Tech Lead and consultant for many important clients with varios technologies and often with a strong focus on performance, static sites and testing. She has lead teams both in house and remotely as well as giving workshops and training. She has many years of experience as a mentor for online learning platforms, Treehouse and OpenClassrooms as well as a mentor for the Google Developer Expert program. Debbie is a Google Developer Expert in web technologies and Media Developer Expert, an Auth0 Ambassador and Nuxt Ambassador and previous Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in developer technologies and a GitHub Star.
Nate MooreThe Astro Technology Company
Nate Moore is a co-creator and core maintainer of Astro, currently living in Chicago, USA. His passion for making the web more accessible, fun, and performant led him to join The Astro Technology Company, where he works as a senior software engineer. Building open source tools for the next generation of web frameworks has given Nate a unique perspective on the current state of web development and where it’s headed next.
Ian VanSchootenDefined NetworkingStorybook
Although his early background is in aerospace engineering and project management, Ian found his real passion in web development and has been programming professionally for the last 7 years. He's one of two frontend developers at an early-stage startup, a former core team member of ESLint, the creator of eslint-nibble, and a maintainer of the Vite builder for Storybook.
Building the web infrastructure at Uber. Open-sourcing libraries like Ladle, react-movable, react-range or Base Web. Interested in design systems, testing automation and compilers.
Juri Strumpflohner is the Director of Developer Experience at Nrwl where he helps developers with questions around frontend development, monorepos, scaling and modern tools. Prior to moving into developer relations, he has been consulting for some of the world's biggest companies, helping them scale their development efforts, particularly in the frontend space. Juri is a Google Developers Expert, speaker and Egghead instructor. Reach out to him on Twitter (@juristr) or his website on juri.dev.
I was a full stack developer at JustAnswer then a front-end DevOps engineer. I started to maintain pnpm in 2016 and it has changed my life. Since 2021 I work at Bit on dependency management. I continue to actively develop pnpm. Sometimes as part of my daily job at Bit, sometimes in my free time.
Kia King IshiiGlobal BrainVue
Hi! I'm Kia, a optimistic web designer/developer. I'm a member of the Vue.js Core Team, and the author of Vuex ORM. My main focus is on developing VitePress, Vuex and its related projects. I am also a member of Vue.js Japan User Group core staff. I'm firmly committed to the whole Vue community and its ecosystem. I'm half Japanese, half American living in Japan at the moment, working at Global Brain as a Director. I speak English and Japanese, and keen to connect with new developers! You can find me at Twitter. If you have any questions or want to have some random chat, I'll be more than happy to talk with you 😳
Fatih AygünLityum A.Ş.Rakkas
I started programming on an 8-bit Atari computer as a childhood hobby and went through Basic, 6502 Assembly, Borland Pascal, x86 Assembly, Delphi at which point my hobby became my profession. I went on to use many other popular programming languages including C, C++, Java, and Python, plus some obscure ones like Eiffel. In my current job I work as a full stack developer using PHP, TypeScript, and React developing a recruitment SaaS called PeopleBox.
Lee Robinson is the VP of Developer Experience at Vercel, where he helps developers build a faster web and leads the Next.js community. He leads the community for the React framework Next.js and is an open-source contributor. An educator, writer, and speaker, Lee has created courses on React, Next.js, and web development.
David was born in a country that no longer exists and he is the self proclaimed #1 Vite superfan in the world.
Jess comes from Brisbane, Australia, and has been a full-stack developer for over 15 years. She's built capture clinical data software for the healthcare industry, helped police refer vulnerable people to get the help they need, and helped start ups rapidly build out prototypes. She's currently working on open-source software at Laravel and has made Vite the default build-tool for the ecosystem.
Máximo is a software engineer with over 10 years of experience, ranging from mobile development to full-stack web development. He believes open source is a great thing, and has created libraries such as Vite Ruby and JS From Routes. As an active contributor to the Vite ecosystem, he maintains a handful of plugins, and is the author of îles, the joyful site generator.
Platform Engineer at eBay and core team member of Marko.
I've been a tech enthusiast for as long as I can remember. After graduation, I moved to Japan to start my career as an engineer, focusing on front-end development at first. I built UI components for different frameworks such as Vue, React, and Angular. From there, I switched to full-stack development as the CTO of a small Japanese company. I started playing with Vite and Cloudflare Workers in my free time because I though they were amazing technologies. As a result, I published the Vitedge framework as one of the early adopters of Edge Side Rendering, which later took me to my current position developing Hydrogen at Shopify.
Adam is the Director of Technology at Builder.io, focused on pushing the web forward with innovative technologies such as Qwik and Partytown. Adam leads teams in developing high-performing user interfaces with the latest technologies. Adam’s past roles include being the Director of Technology at Ionic, where he co-created the Ionic Framework and helped to develop CapacitorJS. Additionally, Adam created StencilJS, which is a toolchain for building reusable, scalable Design Systems. He is an open-source and web-standard enthusiast.
Brian DouglasOpen Sauced
Brian has a passion for open source and loves mentoring new contributors through Open Sauced, a platform for finding your next open source contribution. In the past he's lead Developer Experience at Netlify and Developer Relations at GitHub.
Jonas KruckenbergMintter IncTauri
Starting out as a self taught web developer, I realised that I just love fast software; Be it websites or apps. This passion sent me on a long journey from the first public Vite release through Local First Software, peer-to-peer (p2p) networking, and Rust to finally work on Tauri, a framework and community that I quickly fell in love with.
Lukas Taegert-AtkinsonTNG Technology ConsultingRollup
I am a programmer, writer, and mother. I work as a Software Engineer at NoRedInk, and have participated on a number of podcasts including Modern Web and Views on Vue. I enjoy working on reactive applications using Vue and Elm, and getting to work with functional programming.
Dan JutanThe Astro Technology CompanySolid
Dan Jutan is a product manager, frontend engineer, and technical writer with a passion for educational technology. He's on the core team of Astro, where he focuses on product, and SolidJS, where he leads docs and content.
François WoutsZenc LabsPreviewJS
I'm passionate about developer tooling, rethinking how we write code, and making improvements to developer processes. I like to call myself a "developer happiness engineer". I worked at Google for a few years, and I quit to be able to work on my own projects. I've been working part-time on projects revolving around developer tooling since then. I left my job in early 2021 to focus on building Preview.js. I also have a pet project writing a book about the similarities between concepts of various programming languages leading the design of a universal, non-textual representation of code.