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Chris Fritz

Freelance

Chris Fritz works on open source and helps companies around the world build incredible web frontends. He’s most well known for his work as a member of the Vue core team, writing and curating documentation, along with other tools and resources to make life simpler for web developers.

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David Bisset

Dimension Media, Inc.

A JavaScript, PHP, and WordPress developer for over a decade. David currently specializes in consulting, development of some popular plugins, and education projects. He enjoys organizing various local meetups and mid-size conferences and has been known to speak at conferences on various technical and soft-skill topics.

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Jan Krutisch

Depfu

Jan is a co-founder of Depfu, your friendly dependency update robot factory. He’s a web developer at day and a digital artist at night, but too old to actually stay up at night.

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Chris DeMars

Tuft & Needle

Chris DeMars is a front-end developer from Detroit, Michigan working remotely for Tuft & Needle. For his community contributions, he holds awards as a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies and Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies. He is also an international speaker and organizer for Vuetroit and co-organizer for the Ann Arbor Accessibility Group.

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Chris Klug

Active Solution

Chris Klug is an extreme sports-loving old geezer who has been coding up solutions for different clients for the last almost 20 years.

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Eduardo San Martin Morote

Freelance (Posva Solutions)

FrontEnd Developer based in Paris with a lot of dedication for Open Source, particularly for Vue.js. He enjoys working with passionate people, coaching and writing maintainable code.

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Gant Laborde

Infinite Red

Gant Laborde is a software consultant, adjunct professor, published author, and award-winning speaker. He volunteers as a mentor, an “open sourcerer”, and aspires to one day become a mad scientist. His React Native and Machine Learning prowess are prevalent through blogs, videos, and maintainer status in popular repositories.

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Stefan Judis

Twilio

Stefan started programming 8 years ago and quickly fell in love with web performance, new technologies, and accessibility. He is also a curator of the web performance online resource Perf Tooling, organizer of the Accessibility Club Conference, contributes to a variety of open-source projects and enjoys sharing nerdy discoveries.

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Martin Konicek

Synthace

Martin is a software engineer based in London. He currently works at a biotech startup called Synthace. Previously he was on the core React Native team at Facebook.

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Tim Benniks

Valtech

Tim is a web developer from Amsterdam who moved to Paris to explore the magical world of luxury clients and baguettes. He likes to build fancy websites, make music and cook food.

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Arthur Doler

Aviture

Art is a human being and genuine, certified crazy person, but for some portion of the day, he’s also a software engineer who enjoys thinking about how and why we program computers, and how psychology can help us do it better. He’s an advocate for mental health, an avid learner and reader, and he believes that green apple is the worst candy flavor (even worse than grape).

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Juho Vepsalainen

SurviveJS Oy

Juho is behind the SurviveJS effort. He has been active in the open-source scene since the early 2000s and participated in projects like Blender and webpack as a core team member. Juho lives in Vienna, Austria, and was chosen as the Finnish Code Ambassador of 2017 by Blue Arrow Awards and runs React/GraphQL Finland conferences.

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Damini Satya Kammakomati

Salesforce

Damini Satya is a Software Engineer at Salesforce building next generation CI/CD systems for cloud scale deployments. She is an ardent open source contributor, mentor, traveller, who loves to paint.

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Thomas Ezan

Lyft

Thomas is a French Android Engineer. For the past 4 years, he has been in Lyft’s Growth team. He is currently based in Seattle, WA.

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Beau Lebens

Automattic

Beau is an Australian-born PHP and JavaScript developer who has worked in the WordPress space for 10 of the 20 years he’s been coding. He spent the last few years managing teams delivering the Jetpack plugin to millions of WordPress sites and is now working on WooCommerce.

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