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Unboxing Data Science
Lead Engineer with a specialization on Data Science, have been working with software for the past 13 years, and regularly speaking at international and national conferences. Also maintains some open source projects, like Machinery, and writes at http://joaomdmoura.com.
Get your fancy pants on with Elixir
Ole Michaelis is the co-founder of SoCoded, a hackfest and web development conference in Hamburg. He’s a Software Engineer working for DNSimple making domain management automation a breeze. In his free time, he’s building slidr.io, a hazzle-free slide sharing platform. Ole is passionate about open source software, enjoys traveling, and loves Mexican food. He classifies himself as a 'bad' German as he dislikes beer and soccer – the traditional German past-times.
Live Coding Session: Game Development with WebAR
Christian is a Software Development Architect at SAP in Germany. As part of the SAP Design team he works on frontrunner projects in the Enterprise space. He loves to create beautiful and usable things and help others to do the same.
A Token Walks Into a SPA...
Ado is a full-stack developer and developer evangelist at Auth0. Mixing his passion of programming and education, he creates tutorials, courses, talks, and other educational content focusing on security, authentication, and much more. On the front-end, he slightly prefers Angular, while on the backend he flip-flops between Node.js and Golang.
The (Awesome) Future of Web Apps
Jad is a Google Developer Expert and fullstack teacher. He's on a mission to inspire developers around the world by coaching at Le Wagon coding bootcamp and regularly speaking at international conferences. Lately, Jad's focus lies on spreading knowledge about Progressive Web Apps and mentoring developers through online courses, blog articles and workshops for startups & enterprises.
From ground control to the moon: choose your hosting partner for your platform
m4dz is a strange animal. Through many lives, he always tried to teach to others what he learnt himself. Previously a web developer (nobody's perfect), concerned about privacy, a respect of private data, and cyber security. He's now Tech Evangelist at alwaysdata. He tries to inform about present and future of digital issues. His favorite book always remains «Alice in Wonderland».
API-first Redesign of a Legacy Application
Chris Busse works at APIvista as CTO where he helps his clients design, publish, and support APIs. Before joining APIvista he lead the API Consumer Services team for the Capital One DevExchange platform, supporting internal and external business partners while developing new product intent for its API product backlog. An avid supporter of his local tech community, Chris volunteers as a mentor with several startup accelerator programs and is the founder and organizer of the API Craft RVA Meetup group in Richmond, VA.
The Case For Typescript: From Setup to Success
Khaliq has been a consultant for over 5 years. He has consulted for companies such as Google, Major League Baseball, Eurosport, Uber, Elkjøp, and Fox Sports. He now resides in Oslo, Norway where he works as head of development - Norway for Vector Media Group, a full-service agency that specializes in web development, design & branding, and digital marketing based in New York City.
Continuous Swagness for your APIs
Head of Developer Relation @clever_cloud. Devoxx Champion. I am also a nerdy metal head living in Paris.
♫ These are a few of my favourite (Android) Things ♫
Marcos is a developer evangelist at Twilio and a GDE. He serves communities in London and all over Europe. He is passionate about technology and security and spends a great deal of his time building mobile and web apps, and occasionally connecting them to physical devices. Marcos is a great believer in open source projects. When he’s not writing open source code, he’s probably blogging about code on https://androidsecurity.info or https://androidthings.rocks.
OK Google, how to build a Node.js transactional application on Google Assistant from A to Z?
After 3 years as web developer in KRDS India social media agency, Marie moved back to KRDS Paris in 2014 as technical consultant (still 1/3 of the time in India). She is now enjoying life full time in Paris as Yelda CTO, building Yelda.ai chatbots and assistants management platform and sometime mentoring Node.js learners in NodeSchool Paris events !
Services Semantic Configuration Management
Quentin ADAM is the CEO of Clever Cloud: an IT automation company, running a Platform as a Service allowing you to run Java, Scala, Ruby, Node.js, PHP, Python or Go applications, with auto scaling and auto healing features. This position allows him to study lots of applications, code, practice, and extract some talks and advises. Regular speaker at various tech conference, he’s focused to help developers to deliver quickly and happily good applications.
Productivity and automation for hackers
David Leuliette is a front-end and mobile developer based in London. He has over 10 years of experience in technology, project management, design and growth hacking from small startups to large companies across multiple industries, especially high-tech and education. David was recognized by humancoders, in the 100 most influential and active designer in tech and entrepreneurship in France.
Open Source and tech diversity
SOLID in Solidity
Technosterone & UXtrogens: field check
When he replaced his old Atari ST MIDI sequencer with a beefier computer in the noughties Goulven started taking webpages apart to understand how they worked. Now he writes code back and front, always aiming for accessible, usable, fast-loading and mobile-ready web sites and applications. Some believe that his recent infatuation with Rails might stem from his background in linguistics.
What if it all goes wrong? Design for an unknown future
Marie-Cécile is a freelance UX designer, facilitator and speaker. She practices and advocates for ethic and inclusive design, shares her research about burnout and mentors future designers. She lives in Lyon, France.
Real-time auctions at scale
Interactions of the future - Introduction to A-Frame & Web Speech API
Marta Bondyra is a Frontend Developer at Typeform passionate about new technologies. She started working in tech as a software engineer at Nokia, but soon realized that telecommunications industry doesn’t involve a lot of frontend magic so she moved to frontend and stayed for good. In her free time she plays ukulele or reads books. You can meet her wearing a Gryffindor scarf, although in her heart she knows she's a Slytherin.
Simplify your huge data stack
Vincent has worked for a decade in the banking and finance industry as a database manager. He was responsible for day-to-day maintenance operations of several thousand databases. With his team, he dealt with performances, security, availability and scalability of various SQL and NoSQL technologies, helping operations and developers teams to deliver great applications and services. Author of Elassandra, he founded Strapdata to provide professional services and enterprise grade features for Elassandra.
Innovate with users
Camille has been working as a Mobile Apps project manager for 2 years. In her team, the main expectations are :user proximity, continuous integration and quick delivery of In-Store Applications. She immediately started to work with UX experts and really believes in the strength of user-experience-first approach. Passionate about martial arts and social work, she also makes a point of honor to work in a very Agile mode, in a team where developers are free and encouraged to take direct initiatives on the “battle field”.
Why and how we went microservices on front and backend
I am a backend and mobile developer for 5 years at Atecna. Since 2014, I am in mission at Leroy Merlin
Engineering at Stripe's scale
Building payments (incl. blockchain) stuff at Stripe from Europe. Reinforcement learning enthusiast and tinkerer.
Building a search engine in pure CSS
Web craftsman and hacks builder at Algolia.
Is the JAMstack the future of web development?