April 14 - 17, 2023
Berlin & Online
Node Congress 2023
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Explore the new frontier of battle-tested backends. A two-day conference on all things Node.js, gathering Back-end and Full-stack engineers across the globe in the cloud is here to help you staying up-to-date on the latest Node.js tech.
Talk: Next Generation Code Architecture for Building Maintainable Node Applications
Talk: Node.js Masterclass, Building a modular monolith with Fastify
Talk: How to use ChatGPT with Node.js
Talk: Using Machine Learning to Supercharge Your Node.js App
Sr Full-Stack Product Designer at NodeSource. Award-winning Community Builder at @Pionerasdev —recipient of IBM Open Source Community Grant 2020—. Google Launchpad Mentor, Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies and Women Techmakers Ambassador. Passionate developer and designer with a knack for combining technology and community development.
Vladimir de Turckheim
Vladimir works as a software engineer at Datadog, where he builds a tool to secure web applications. He used to be a professional security auditor and a web developer in agencies. He is one of the most active members of the Node.js Security Working Group, where he handles the security of Node.js and its ecosystem. Vladimir is an official Node.js collaborator and his contributions mostly focus in the domain of security and monitoring. He also often give talks and training to software engineers to teach them about application security.
Node.js Technical Steering Committee, USA
Talk: The State of Node.js Core
Talk: Monitoring, Alerting, And Visualizing your Node.JS server infrastructure with Open Source tools
My name is Zoe Steinkamp and I am a developer Advocate for influxData. I was a front end software engineer for over 6 years before I moved into a developer advocate role. I have been with InfluxDB for over 3 years and i look forward to sharing my knowledge of the platform and databases. I enjoy learning about awesome new technologies and doing at home tech projects to help make my life as well as other peoples lives easier. My passions besides new technology include traveling and gardening.
Talk: Securing Your Software Supply Chain
Darcy is a Software Engineer, Founder, Mentor & UX Advocate who has created award-winning products & experiences with a holistic approach to problem solving for more than two decades. Most recently, he was the Staff Engineering Manager at GitHub for both the npm & GitHub CLI teams; supporting over 100 Open Source projects - accounting for over 3 billion monthly downloads. He is currently working on a stealth Open Source project while continuing to support the Node.js Project & OpenJS Foundation efforts in various Working Groups.
Talk: tRPC - Move Fast and Break Nothing
I am Alex 👋, a fully-stacked TypeScripter from Sweden & the creator of tRPC. Been doing html since the late 90s, started a company in 2006 selling Counter-Strike servers & got my first official coding job in 2009. Since then, I have been on 5 continents, lived/worked on 3, and worked for everything from sub 5 people startups to big banks - as a consultant, employee, and founder. From Sweden, living in Malmö. Speak Swedish, English and rusty (Brazilian) Portuguese + Spanish.
Talk: Fullstack: Databases at the Edge
Alex is a Developer Advocate at Prisma, where he's working to make databases easy and fun. He loves learning and teaching other developers. Every once in a while, he procrastinates by preaching to other developers to adopt Ts. He's also a mediocre photographer at best – but the camera covers that up for him.
Talk: Tale of Two Repos
I'm a passionate and experienced software engineer, Google GDE, and Microsoft MVP working full-time on open-source software. I currently work as a Staff Engineer at NearForm while traveling the world to speak at international conferences. I am also developing Lyra, the next-generation full-text search engine written entirely in TypeScript. I am always up for speaking about software, philosophy, photography... or literally whatever comes to your mind!
Talk: Fresh: a new full stack web framework for Deno
Nick Taylor is a Staff Software Engineer focusing on front-end technologies and tooling with a growing interest in serverless and edge computing. He currently works on the ecosystem team at Netlify focusing on web frameworks.
Erick Wendel Training - Professional Educator, Brazil
Erick Wendel is an active Node.js core committer, Keynote Speaker, and professional educator. He has given over 100 tech talks in more than 10 different countries worldwide. He was awarded as a Node.js Specialist with the Google Developer Expert, Microsoft MVP, and GitHub Stars awards. Erick Wendel has trained more than 100K people around the world in his own company https://erickwendel.com
Socket Security Inc., USA
Talk: Supply Chain Security Experience
Bradley Farias has been in the Node.js community as a contributor, TC39 as a member, given workshops on Node.js, and worked on OSS projects as well. He is actively interested in pushing programmer experience APIs for developer tools. He is currently invested in security tooling and experiences which involves not just research into attacks but how to make programmers' experience with security more enjoyable.
Boris is the founder of Baselime. Before this, he worked on back-end systems and infrastructure at multiple startups, where he was drawn to cloud-native and serverless technologies. He always ended up being the guardian of the logging and monitoring systems in the teams he joined. Now, he’s helping serverless teams automate their observability configurations with Observability as Code.
Full-stack developer and technology researcher. JS Security Engineer at MetaMask working on LavaMoat and Endo. Started using Node.js at v0.8 and never stopped. Enjoys innovating and teaching security, diagnostics and maintainability. One of the oldest members of meet.js Poland community - both as a speaker and organizer.
Amazon Web Services, Germany
Talk: Tools for better Observability in NodeJS Serverless IoT Applications
Alina Dima is a Senior Developer Advocate in the IoT Ecosystem Services team at Amazon Web Services. She is passionate about helping developers accelerate their journeys in the IoT ecosystem, and working with IoT communities to build better and move faster, from prototype to scale. Alina has worked in various industries such as telecommunications, manufacturing, automotive, retail, and photovoltaic. With nearly 20 years of experience as a software engineer, technical delivery manager and architect, she has designed and built multiple highly scalable, operationally ready IoT solutions, with millions of devices running in production today. Alina has shared her knowledge at various events, such as DevCon, Highload, re:Invent, AWS Summits and online Webinars.
Talk: Game Changer! Building Search Into Your Applications
As a Principal Developer Advocate at MongoDB, Karen Huaulmé (pronounced “You-Old-Maid” - but with no d’s) develops and presents applications to help developers unleash their creativity across all aspects of data and technology. Leveraging her past experience as a Solutions Architect for some of MongoDB’s most demanding customers, Karen loves to trigger that “aha” moment in the minds of developers - when they recognize a better path to simplify, enhance, and accelerate their projects in ways they never thought possible. Prior to MongoDB, Karen spent most of her career working with video game developers as a Solutions Architect and Integration Engineer at Nvidia, Amazon and Twitch. In her free time, Karen embarrasses her 2 kids, spoils her dog, and feeds her addiction to adventure travel - not necessarily in that order.
Talk: Deno 2.0
Ryan is a creator of Node.js and Deno. He studied mathematics at UCSD and the University of Rochester before pursuing software engineering professionally. He has worked in various parts of the software - from server infrastructure to machine learning research. His current role is as the co-founder and CEO of Deno Land Inc.
Talk: Measuring the Cost of a GraphQL Query with mercurius-explain
Marco Ippolito is a software developer at NearForm with a focus on backend development. He is a maintainer of Mercurius-js and has made significant contributions to the open-source community, particularly in the Node.js ecosystem.
Talk: Type-safe bindings for Node.js with Rust and WebAssembly
Alberto is a senior software engineer and former startup co-founder. He has over 8 years of experience and has shipped the first WebAssembly modules in the open-source Prisma and Lyra projects. He’s currently a consultant working primarily in TypeScript and Rust at Prisma Data. In his free time, he helps junior developers prepare for job interviews."
Threads Styling, UK
Talk: Parse, Don’t Validate
Jason’s passion for the digital world has taken him across the entire spectrum of the creative process, from conceptualization to deployment. Jason is now Director of Technology at Threads Styling, building a platform to empower personal shoppers and power the future of chat commerce.
Talk: Bring Node.js into your browser with WebContainers
Sylwia (pronounced "Sylvia") is a developer advocate at StackBlitz, a tech writer, and an educator passionate about making tech accessible and diverse. She is a co-organizer at React Robins, a community for women and non-binary React devs. Aside from tech, she’s working on a card game and loves hiking, biking, pierogi, and plants.