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Nikita Dubko
Nikita Dubko
Web Standards, Belarus
Talk: WebHID API: Control Everything via USB
Lead Frontend Developer and CSS Evangelist. Editor of the @webstandards_en frontend news feed. The 5th voice of the Web Standards weekly podcast. Google Developers Expert on web. The organizer of conferences and local meetups. Friendly beard.
Jean-Philippe Côté
Jean-Philippe Côté
Collège Édouard-Montpetit, Canada
Talk: MIDI in the Browser... Let's Rock the Web!
Jean-Philippe Côté is an educator, technologist and artist based in Montréal (Québec, Canada). He has been using JavaScript since the very beginning for both professional work and artistic projects. He is a respected contributor of the open source community, especially in the fields of music technology, creative coding and physical computing. In 2020, he joined the ranks of the W3C's Web Audio Group. Jean-Philippe holds a master's degree in communication and is currently pursuing a PhD in arts studies and practices. He is a professor at Collège Édouard-Montpetit.
Nico Martin
Nico Martin
Freelance Frontend Developer, Switzerland
Talk: WebBluetooth – the Missing Link
Nico Martin is a self-taught web-developer and Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies from Switzerland. He has contributed his know-how as a freelance frontend developer and consultant in various enterprise applications, while constantly experimenting with modern browser technologies and sharing his learnings in workshops, articles or talks.
Luca Casonato
Luca Casonato
Deno, Netherlands
Talk: Writing Universal Modules for Deno, Node and the Browser
I'm a developer and open source enthusiast. I like Rust, Go, TypeScript, and fast websites. I work at the Deno company, building Deno and Deno Deploy, and serving as a delegate at TC39.
Richie McColl
Richie McColl
DAZN, UK
Talk: Visualising Front-End Performance Bottlenecks
Software engineer. Passionate about web performance.
Chris Ferdinandi
Chris Ferdinandi
The Vanilla JS Guy, USA
Talk: Service Workers: How to Run a Man-in-the-middle Attack on Your Own Site for Fun and Profit
Chris Ferdinandi helps people learn vanilla JavaScript. He believes there’s a simpler, more resilient way to make things for the web. His developer tips newsletter is read by thousands of developers each weekday. Learn more at GoMakeThings.com.