March 24 - 25, 2022
DevOps.js
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DevOps.js Conf 2022

The JavaScript DevOps Conference

Feross Aboukhadijeh
Feross Aboukhadijeh
Socket, USA
Talk: It's a Jungle Out There: What's Really Going on Inside Your Node_Modules Folder
Feross is founder and CEO at Socket (https://socket.dev), a developer-first security platform. Feross has worked in open source software for 10+ years writing some of the most-downloaded JavaScript packages. Feross is a lecturer at Stanford where he teaches CS 253 Web Security. Socket helps developers and security teams to ship faster and spend less time on security busywork. Thousands of organizations in every industry use Socket to safely discover, audit, and manage OSS at scale.
Matias Capeletto
Matias Capeletto
Vite Core Team, Hungary
Talk: The Inner Workings of Vite Build
Matias is a Vite and Vitest core team member, and a collaborator in other projects in the Vite and Vue ecosystem. His main focus is on Vite maintenance and in helping its ecosystem and community grow into healthy spaces for collaboration. He is also now part of the Vitest team, building a Vite-native test-runner.
Deepu K Sasidharan
Deepu K Sasidharan
Okta, Netherlands
Talk: How to Secure Your Node.js Containers on Kubernetes With Best Practices
Deepu K Sasidharan is a Software Engineer by passion and profession. He is a Senior Developer Advocate at Okta. He is the co-lead of JHipster, and the creator of KDash and JDL Studio. He is a polyglot programmer working with Java, JavaScript, Go, Rust, and so on. He is also a cloud technology advocate and an open-source software aficionado. He has authored books on Full-stack development and frequently writes about Java, JavaScript, Go, Rust, DevOps, Kubernetes, Linux, and so on, on his blog.
Maël Nison
Maël Nison
Datadog, France
Talk: The Zen of Yarn
Maël is a distinguished software engineer, recognized for his contributions to the tech industry. He is currently the lead maintainer for Yarn, a popular JavaScript package manager. Maël's expertise extends across multiple domains, but he specializes in front-end development, JavaScript, and TypeScript. Known for his practical and innovative solutions, Maël's work has been integral to improving JavaScript's ecosystem. Apart from his professional achievements, Maël is a passionate advocate for open source projects and contributes to various initiatives.
Zoltan Kochan
Zoltan Kochan
Bit, Ukraine
Talk: pnpm – a Fast, Disk Space Efficient Package Manager for JavaScript
Lead maintainer of pnpm since 2016, which started as a completely independent open-source package manager for JavaScript. Zoltan is an engineer at Bit. He works on the dependency management aspect of the Bit CLI. Previously worked at JustAnswer, where Zoltan was mainly working on front-end infrastructure.
Ixchel Ruiz
Ixchel Ruiz
JFrog, Switzerland
Talk: All About Dependencies
Ixchel Ruiz a DA @ JFrog has developed software applications and tools since 2000. Her research interests include Java, dynamic languages, client-side technologies, DevSecOps, and testing. A Java Champion, Groundbreaker Ambassador, CD Ambassador, Hackergarten enthusiast, open source advocate, public speaker, and mentor, Ixchel travels around the world (sometimes virtually) sharing knowledge—it’s one of her main drives in life.
Jessica Cregg
Jessica Cregg
LaunchDarkly, UK
Talk: Gaming the System: How Video Games Can Help us Create More Effective Virtual Teams
Jessica is a Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly, where she speaks about change and writes about the human implications of engineering decisions. She writes for a selection of tech publications and works as a co-organiser of DevOpsDays London and the regular meet-up group DevSecOps London Gathering. She also works with Coding Black Females to improve equal and equitable representation within the technology industry.
Ruy Adorno
Ruy Adorno
GitHub, Canada
Talk: Levelling up Monorepos with npm Workspaces
Ruy is an open-source maintainer, Node.js contributor and member of the npm cli team at GitHub fostering community contributions while also working on tools that manages millions of JavaScript package installs everyday. He also speaks at conferences and meetups from time to time, you can find some of the presented content on Speaker Deck and Youtube.
Julie Ng
Julie Ng
Microsoft, Germany
Talk: Fine-tuning DevOps for People over Perfection
Julie is an Engineer at Microsoft focussing on the Azure Customer Experience who refuses to give up her mac for Windows. Previously she was an Enterprise Architect at Allianz Germany as they started their cloud journey in 2016 that included full CI/CD with Jenkins, single page apps and containers. When she's not conducting architecture design and CI/CD reviews with Azure customers or building POCs you can find her surviving lockdown by YouTubing about real world engineering or jogging and rock-climbing.
Lukonde Mwila
Lukonde Mwila
SUSE, South Africa
Talk: Optimize Node.js Development Workflows in Kubernetes with Skaffold and Rancher Desktop
Lukonde is a Principal Technical Evangelist at SUSE and is an AWS Container Hero. He specializes in cloud and DevOps engineering and cloud-native technologies. He is passionate about sharing knowledge through various mediums and engaging with the developer community at large.
Florian Rappl
Florian Rappl
smapiot, Germany
Talk: Serverless for Frontends
Dr. Florian Rappl is a solution architect from Germany who is specialized in the creation of scalable distributed web applications. These days he is almost exclusively working on micro frontend solutions. He wrote a book on the topic and regularly gives workshops at conferences and directly for companies. Florian is a long time Microsoft MVP in the development tools area.
Konstantinos Leimonis
Konstantinos Leimonis
Bit, UK
Talk: Observability for Microfrontends
Software Engineer and Tech Lead. Currently building a better micro-frontend platform at DAZN, mentoring and helping teams with tech initiatives, focusing on system architecture, monitoring and observability. I enjoy working with new technologies and scaling React apps and teams.
Nicholas Yang
Nicholas Yang
Vercel, USA
Talk: Why is CI so Damn Slow?
Nicholas is a software engineer at Vercel working on Turborepo. He lives in Brooklyn, New York. He likes to cook, watch movies, and travel. He's working on a chili oil business on the side.
Scott Gerlach
Scott Gerlach
StackHawk, USA
Talk: Automated Application Security Testing
Scott Gerlach is Co-founder and Chief Security Officer at StackHawk, a Denver-based startup focused on empowering engineers to easily identify and remediate security bugs. Scott brings over two decades of security and engineering experience to his current role, having served as CSO, CISO, and in other executive leadership functions at companies like SendGrid, Twilio, and GoDaddy. When he's not at work, you'll find Scott spending time with family, brewing beer, and playing guitar.
Tally Barak
Tally Barak
Yoobic, Israel
Talk: 1001 Packages – Strategies for Managing Monorepos
Tally has over 30 years of software development, product management, and consulting experience. Today Tally works for Yoobic as an architect responsible for all the Frontend tooling, testing, and DevOps processes. Tally loves Javascript and its ecosystem and is happily sharing this knowledge with other developers. Playwright Ambassador.
Yshay Yaacobi
Yshay Yaacobi
Livecyle, Israel
Talk: Experimenting with Deno for Easier Kubernetes Deployments
Yshay Yaacobi is the co-founder and CTO at Livecyle, an early-stage startup that specializes in collaboration on top of live environments. Yshay has more than a decade of experience with web and cloud technologies, has given local talks about various technologies and is co-organizer of the Rx-Israel meetup group. He is passionate about programming languages, functional programming, cloud and system architecture. Yshay is extremely interested in open source, and is the lead developer of Tweek (git.io/tweek) - a cloud native open-source feature manager. Over the last few years Yshay has been using Docker and Kubernetes heavily and has also given sessions in several cloud-native/devops meetups and events.
Walt Ribeiro
Walt Ribeiro
Vultr, USA
Talk: Independence: What Does It Mean For DevOps?
As Vultr's Developer Advocate, Walt Ribeiro helps create educational materials for developers and technologists including video/written how-to guides, product demos, reference materials, best practices, code samples, and training. Having been a broadcast engineer at Youtube Space LA, he understands online content and production and is excited to bring that energy to Vultr's growing community across all sites, meetups, and events.
Roy Tal
Roy Tal
Firefly, Israel
Talk: Enter CDK: What this Means for the World of IaC
Roy Tal is a cloud and DevOps enthusiast who loves to build tool that will make infrastructure operations better for everyone. Today he is a team leader and founding team member at Firefly who are helping solve infrastructure drift in large-scale cloud operations. Before that he served as a backend developer at Dome9, building better security practices into cloud operations, that has been acquired by Check Point.
Clint Cameron
Clint Cameron
Sonar, USA
Talk: A Simple, Yet Powerful Approach to Clean Code!
Clint Cameron is a Product Marketing Manager at Sonar, a leader in software static analysis solutions. He joined Sonar in 2018 and enjoys passionately and transparently promoting the value of SonarSource tools to developers at all experience levels. Previous to Sonar, he has held roles in product and project management, consulting, sales operations and engineering.
Ante Tomić
Ante Tomić
Infobip, Croatia
Talk: The Lazy Developer Guide: How to Automate Code Updates?
Ante is a skilled and hearing-impaired Senior Software Engineer at Infobip with a strong interest in Web and the technical side of it. With permanent 55% hearing loss in both ears, he’s a testament to the power of determination and hard work which often speaks louder than words. He has a big love and soft spot for rubber ducks and excels at presenting and educating, React, JavaScript, Node.JS, build processes, automation and improving developer and customer experiences. He always shares his own experiences, especially in accessibility. Ante's goal is to always improve, making things more efficient and user-friendly. When he steps away from coding, Ante enjoys discovering new music, long and scenic walks, and capturing the beauty of the world through his hobby of photography, traveling, and travel blogging. As a big extrovert at heart, he’s always up for sharing a laugh, interesting travel stories, or discussing the latest tech topics. Approachable and driven, Ante shows that hearing impairment is just a part of his journey, not the end of his story. If you have a moment, his doors are always open for a chat, so don't hesitate to start a discussion with him - he is more than happy to connect and talk with you!
Simon Zhong
Simon Zhong
Sentry, USA
Talk: Monitoring Errors and Slowdowns Across JS Applications
Simon Zhong is a Sales Engineer at Sentry with almost 10 years of experience in enterprise software. He attended the University of Edinburgh and is a graduate of University of California, Davis in Computer Science. He is an American born Chinese (ABC) who is a native English speaker with conversational proficiency in Cantonese.
David Burrowes
David Burrowes
Split.io, USA
Talk: Releasing JavaScript Applications Faster with Feature Flags
David Burrowes is a software engineer at Split.io with a decade of experience developing web applications for companies like Box, Delphix, and VMware. Having worked without feature flags, and with clunky in-house feature flagging frameworks, David is deliriously happy to have all of Split's capabilities at his disposal for every project. For fun, and to prove he’s more Star Trek than Star Wars, David likes to randomly quote large sections for Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.