Rod Vagg is Chief Node Officer at NodeSource and chair of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee (TSC). He spends most of his time working to keep the project moving forward and ensuring its governance puts its future in the hands of its users.
Sole has been building realtime stuff for longer than she can remember. She works at Mozilla, helping making the Web the best platform (in general) and the best platform for realtime (in particular). She writes demos to test and spread awareness about new features, often involving Web Audio, WebGL, GIFs and/or cats, and breaks various browsers and reports an unspeakable number of strange edge cases in the process, all in pursuit of a robust platform that is a joy to develop for.
Guy is a software developer working as an independent consultant from Cape Town, South Africa. He is the creator and maintainer of SystemJS and jspm, which grew out of an exploration of ideas to improve package management for the browser.
Patrick Kettner a web developer, hacker, and dad from Seattle. He is the lead maintainer of Modernizr, and a PM for Edge at Microsoft.
Myles Borins is a developer, musician, artist, and inventor
He works for IBM spending most of his time contributing to the node.js ecosystem.
Alan is a core contributor of Grommet. He works at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and considers himself a full-stack Engineer. He enjoys the challenges around creating great user experiences for the Web.
Ruth has been wireframing, designing and coding for over a decade. She works for a mobile company in the UK, as a technologist in the research and development department, where she advises the business on any new technology they may find beneficial.
Mike Taylor works as a Web Compatibility Engineer at Mozilla from his home in Austin, TX. Previously he worked at Opera Software doing similar things.
Alejandro is a developer who loves learning new things. He is passionate about education, electronics, open-source, and community-driven events. These days, he also helps organize NodeConf Argentina and a local Node.js meetup.
David is a family man, musician, motorcyclist, developer, and Microsoft MVP living in Georgia, USA. Currently a Developer Advocate for LeanKit, he runs on a high-octane mixture of caffeine and bacon.
Matteo Figus is an italian software engineer with 15 years of experience on writing code. Based in London, UK, he works for OpenTable; where he likes to write code, to test it, to deploy it and to monitor it. Main interests are node.js, C#, the open-source world, and the dev-ops movement.
David is a tech consultant from London, working with clients (including the BBC and News International) by getting stuck into a range of problems across different tech stacks.
Lead Developer for Jam3. Passionate about all related with frontend, webdesign, UI, UX, perfomance, animations, algorithms and software architectures. Used to develop Windows Apps with .NET Family and webs backend code with C#, PHP, Python. After a while full focus on JS everywhere.
Diego enjoys making things fast. He works at NetSuite as a Web Performance Engineer where he oversees the performance of over 200 e-commerce sites on a daily basis. He is also an avid runner and meetup speaker.
I'm a Computer Engineer, with more than 6 years of experience in web technologies. Nowadays Software Engineer at Axiom Zen, and former Grouponer. Full Stack developer on global scale projects, entrepreneur and awarded hackathon attendee.
Juan is a Colombian-Canadian-American full-stack developer at SpanishDict.com. He loves helping new programmers through NodeSchoolDC and finds refactoring therapeutic. He lends a hand with www.oboejs.com.
Luis is a passionate front-end engineer with strong focus on performance in mobile devices. With vast experience working with web technologies, he is now co-founder and CTO at DIXTRA. He enjoys a good reading, music and football. In his spare time he likes to work on personal IoT projects based on NodeJS.
Federico Kereki is an Uruguayan Systems Engineer, who has been working with computers since last century, and can still fondly remember FORTRAN and COBOL! His current interests include open source software, agile methodologies, and modern web development techniques. He is a Web UI Architect at Globant, and a professor at UDE. He has written a book on GWT, and several articles and booklets for diverse technical publications and web sites.
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