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.
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.
Roman is an Engineering Manager at Cloudbees after joining the acquired Austrian startup Codeship in early 2014 as a frontend developer. He’s passionate about technology and loves to share his findings at various conferences. When he’s not working, he loves to spend time with his wife and daughter and get creative at cooking delicious food.
Valera leads the mobile developer experience team at Slack. Prior to Slack, he worked at Google on the first few versions of Espresso (among other things). Valera likes cake and hummus, but not necessarily in that order.
Minko is an engineer in the Angular team at Google. He is working on compilers, tools for static code analysis, and machine learning. Minko received awards from the President of Bulgaria for his impactful open source projects.
Clare Sudbery is a lead consultant developer with ThoughtWorks. Eight years ago she returned to IT with a sigh of relief after failing to persuade teenagers that maths is fun. Since then she has embraced all things XP and is on a mission to awaken the inner geek in clever women (and men) everywhere.
He works for Facebook on React Native. He loves working with developer tools and frameworks. Before Facebook, he was at Microsoft, working on CodePush, VSCode editor for React Native and Cordova, and App Center.
Conor is a Senior Software Engineer working on Studio Apps at Netflix. When he’s not at work he likes to see what parts of the internet he can break and get away from his computer by spending an inordinate amount of time decorating a dollhouse which for some reason still has a Macbook.
Mathieu is a French Software Engineer at Sketch (digital design tool) traveling the world. A Fervent champion of open source, he aims to bridge the gap between design and engineering through tooling.
Jesse Jorgenson is an engineer at Evernote that focuses on front-end engineering, rich text editing, front-end dev-ops, and Node.js. He has a degree in mathematics from James Madison University and a background in music. He lives in Austin, TX and primarily lives off of breakfast tacos.