Jeremy Wagner is a web developer from Saint Paul, Minnesota. He is the author of the Manning Publications book Web Performance in Action, a companion guide for the performance-minded web developer. Read his meandering ramblings on the web at https://jeremywagner.me, or check him out on Twitter @malchata.
Shortlisted for Outstanding Contribution of the Year, and named Developer of the Year in the 2015 net awards, Sara Soueidan is a freelance front-end UI/UX engineers, trainer, author and speaker from Lebanon. She works with companies across the globe, building inclusive Web interfaces & experiences with strong focus on accessibility, progressive enhancement and performance. Sara trains teams of designers and developers by running full-day workshops about front-end development— particularly CSS and SVG — both in-house at companies including The Royal Schiphol Amsterdam Airport and Netflix, and at international conferences, where she also speaks about all things front-end. She is also renowned for her in-depth, extensive technical articles that she publishes on her blog and for various online publications. She tweets at @SaraSoueidan.
Silvestar Bistrović is a fearless web engineer, CSS developer, JAMstack enthusiast, and WordPress theme specialist. He enjoys creating pixel-perfect, responsive, and modern websites. His focus is on delivering the best experience for users on every device. Making faster, lighter, and more secure sites using WordPress or Static Page Generators is his speciality. When Silvestar is not coding, he likes to write new articles on his blog. Silvestar is working as a freelance web developer remotely from his office in Osijek, Croatia.
Bryan has been creating hand-crafted experiences on the web his entire career. His experience spans from large content-driven news sites to boutique designs for small to medium businesses. He's currently a Developer Advocate for Sanity.io pairing his love of content with his love of education. In the past, he's led agency design and development teams, been a front-end developer and a UX strategist. Bryan also hosts the That's My JAMstack podcasts, where he interviews folks building and building on the Jamstack.
I’m a Product Designer, who has always (since the days of MySpace at least!) been captivated by the ability to type ‘color: red’ and see the change happen in front of your eyes. Web design/development is something that’s always stuck with me in the back of my head, and now I’m hoping it can become a lifestyle for me. With a background in design, physical and graphical, I hope that I can contribute something to the internet that might just make someone say, ‘that’s pretty neat’.
Andrew Spencer is a designer and web developer who carries a unique balance of creativity and logic. Always honing his craft, Andrew seeks out new challenges to push his knowledge of modern CSS, semantic and accessible HTML, and thoughtful design. He is currently a Frontend Designer at Sparkbox, but you can also find him exploring new cities, trails, and slopes with his camera in tow. Follow him on Codepen, Dribbble, or read some of his previous articles.
Alex Lau is a full stack web developer who has worked at companies of various shapes and sizes, and with technologies just as diverse. After 10 years he has yet to come across a programming language which he doesn’t find intriguing in its own special way. His ambition for development is only matched by his desire to find the perfect meme for every occasion.
Ronald is an engineer working for the MediaMonks office in Buenos Aires, where he’s gone from building award-winning websites to managing a team of talented front-end developers. He spends some of his free time writing about development and judging fresh digital projects for the FWA.
I’m Bernardo, graduated in UX/ UI Professional, from Flag, with skills in UX/UI Design and Frontend Development. I also have a Master's Degree in Archaeology, from Universidade de Lisboa. Currently, I’m working as Frontend Developer for OutSystems R&D, in OutSystems UI Team.
Brian Holt is a front-end developer living in Vancouver, Canada, focused on scalable design systems. His background includes working on large Ruby on Rails apps with React + Redux front-ends and teaching User Experience design. Currently, he’s infatuated with Elm and functional programming, TypeScript, and Serverless. And he’s always in search of tacos and bourbon sours.
I'm Anthony Gore and I'm here to teach you Vue.js! Through my books, online courses, and social media, my aim is to turn you into a Vue.js expert. I'm a Vue Community Partner, curator of the weekly Vue.js Developers Newsletter, and the founder of VueJsDevelopers.com, an online community for web professionals who love Vue.js.
Anna Prenzel studied computer science at the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz and received her doctorate at the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. She is currently working as a lecturer at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz. She is passionate about teaching and loves to observe the progress of her students. Her hobbies include photography, hiking and needlework.
My passion in life is meeting great new people and learning as much as I can about the many things I love! Every day, I find new inspiring things that motivate me to keep moving forward in life and to continue my search for my purpose in life. I believe that my Higher Power put me on this Earth to learn and inspire people to love life.
Laurie is a software developer, conference speaker and frequent blogger. During normal business hours she is a consultant at Ten Mile Square. Depending on the day she can be found using any number of technologies from different languages to frameworks and other support tools. When she isn't writing code you can find her playing board games and eating cupcakes.
Rachel Nabors began telling stories online as a teenager with her award-winning web comics. Her love of web technologies transformed into a career in front end development, where she has worked with Mozilla, the W3C, and Microsoft to build the web forward. She wrote about the science and challenges of using animation to make great user experiences in her book Animation at Work: bkaprt.com/animationatwork
Hi there! My name is Nico and I'm a web-developer passionate about the latest frontend technologies and WordPress. Therefore I love to create outstanding web experiences with a focus on pagespeed performance and accessibility. Oh and I have a thing for the technology behind Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and I like to talk about it.
I'm Dave Rupert, lead developer at Paravel. I co-host ShopTalk, an award-winning sound effects podcast that also covers web development. I'm a dad to two wonderful kids. I live in Austin, TX; the best damn city, in the best damn state, in the best damn country, in the whole damn world.
Lives in Montreal with his failed service dog, two elderly cats, kid, and sweetie. Has happily worked as head designer at Rogue Amoeba making Mac audio apps since 2015. Enjoys working on social, environmental, and political causes in spare time. Occasional wood carver and photographer.
Steve Keep has worked in Tech for over two decades, mostly as a software developer. He’s a web enthusiast who finds time to create sites using the latest technology. From IoT, mobile and AI he has been lucky enough to have worked with it all. He blogs about the web at pagedart.com.
Ray Villalobos is a full-time author and teacher at lynda.com. He is also a speaker and author of the book, Exploring Multimedia for Designers. He has more than 20 years experience in developing and programming multimedia projects. Previously at Entravision Communications, he designed and developed a network of radio station and TV web sites. As a senior producer for Tribune Interactive, he was responsible for designing orlandosentinel.com and for creating immersive multimedia projects and Flash games for the site.
Content Crafter & Strategist @Snipcart.
Full Stack Developer (Ruby on Rails, React) with a Master degree in Mathematics. And now also iOS (Swift) developer. I am oriented to problem-solving and critical reasoning. Flatland (E.A. Abbott) and Manalive (G.K. Chesterton) are books that changed my life. My alarm clock is K. Jarrett's Köln Concert. I like games, riddles, logic and puns. I appreciate constructive discussions, intellectual honesty, clever and polite irony. I think that computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes (E. Dijkstra), and that’s why I love it.