Guillermo is the creator of socket.io. Enthusiastic entepreneur, CTO and Founder of Cloudup and previously Co-founder of Learn Boost.
Jeremy Ashkenas is a Graphics Editor at The New York Times. He created the CoffeeScript programming language, Backbone.js and Underscore.js , among other open-source projects. He spent all of 2013 on the road, and previously worked on DocumentCloud.org, helping news organizations analyze and publish the primary source documents behind the news.
James is a unix philosopher and aspiring mad scientist. He writes tiny open source libraries. He co-founded browserling and testling.com and previously built underwater robots in Alaska. He also draws silly cartoons and sometimes they end up on t-shirts.
Benoit Marchant is a seasoned software engineer, including 10 years at Apple. His work focuses on bringing innovative, native-class, user experience to web applications. He created the open-source (BSD) MontageJS HTML5 Framework to deliver mobile experiences that match consumers’s expectations.
Julian is a Developer by Passion, Support and Community Evangelist at Nodejitsu, Co-Organizer of JSConf Colombia and MedellinJS.
James MacAulay has been designing and building software at Shopify since 2007. He was a core developer of batman.js and is responsible for much of its observable property system and data structures.
Andrey is a Russian-born software developer from Ukraine and a senior architect at DOOR3. He's been building web applications for more than seven years with a short break when he worked on a mobile browser instead. He's an active member of the Ukrainian frontend community and speaks at many local conferences and meetups.
Lenny has been involved in technology in one way or another over the last 15 years. He is a problem solver by nature and has spent the last two years at PayPal working on a variety of interesting challenges, trying to find elegant solutions that make life easier for others. Ranging from developers technical support all the way to leading company-wide efforts to evolve the technology stack, I always mentor and try to raise the bar for all those around me.
Zeno Rocha used to work as a software developer at Petrobras (the largest company in Latin America) and Globoesporte.com (the most accessed sports website in Brazil), now he's a front-end engineer at Liferay. Besides that, he's a writer at Smashing Magazine, host at Zone Of Front-Enders podcast, member of the Google Developer Expert program and co-founder of BrazilJS Foundation. With only 23 years-old he's one of the top 30 most active users on GitHub and a reference in Brazil when the subject is front-end development.
A passionate developer for testing JS code, blues guitar and video games. Whovian. QUnit contributor. Mozilla volunteer on the Web Compatibility Team. Working and learning at Estante Virtual.
Jose Romaniello is the head of engineering @ Auth0. He is an open source enthusiast, organizer of the Node.js Bootcamps and blogs about code here.
Pablo is a frontend & UX developer from Rosario, Argentina. He has been working with JS since many years and now he builds UIs for a living. He has been involved with Mozilla engaging developers from 2011, in his spare time he likes to experiment alternative UI prototypes, play music and mix crazy web art projects.