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Sid Kshetrapal
Sid Kshetrapal
GitHub, Netherlands
Talk: Design Systems: Walking the Line Between Flexibility and Consistency, Walking the Line Between Flexibility and Consistency in Component Libraries
Sid builds tools for developers. In the past, he worked on Design Systems at Auth0 and as the frontend architect at Practo. He loves talking about design, performance and open source.
TJ VanToll
TJ VanToll
Progress, USA
Talk: Why Paid UI Components Aren’t Evil, Building a Custom Component Library – Fast
TJ VanToll is a front-end developer, author, and a Principal Developer Advocate for Progress. TJ has over a decade of web development experience, including a few years working on the jQuery and NativeScript teams. Nowadays, he helps web developers build awesome UIs with KendoReact.
Vojtech Miksu
Vojtech Miksu
Uber, USA
Talk: Introducing React View
Currently on the UI Platform team at Uber. Focused on design systems (baseweb.design), open source (multiple popular react libraries as react-movable or react-portal), CSS in JS and great user/developer experiences. Previously building product at Cloudflare.
Marco Cedaro
Marco Cedaro
Photobox, UK
Talk: Components, Patterns and sh*t it’s Hard to Deal with
Webmaster before it was cool, pixel pusher, javascript-something, conference organiser, father of two, but mostly known for yelling at clouds.
Debbie O'Brien
Debbie O'Brien
Microsoft, Spain
Talk: Taking Component Driven One Step Further
Senior Program Manager at Microsoft. Over 10 years experience in Frontend development. Google Developer Expert in web technologies, GitHub Star and Cloudinary Media Developer Expert, an Auth0 Ambassador and Nuxt Ambassador and previous Microsoft Most Valuable Professional in developer technologies. International Speaker. Teacher at Vue School and Jamstack Explorers. Writer for Ultimate Courses.
Thomas Findlay
Thomas Findlay
Findlay Web Tech, UK
Talk: Composition vs Configuration: How to Build Flexible, Resilient and Future-proof Components
Thomas Findlay is a 5 star rated mentor, full-stack developer, consultant, speaker, and technical writer. He is the author of "Vue - The Road To Enterprise" and "React - The Road To Enterprise" books and works with many different technologies such as JavaScript, Vue, Nuxt, React, Next, React Native, Node.js, Tailwind, Firebase, Python, and more. He has obtained MSc in Advanced Computer Science degree with Distinction at Exeter University, as well as First-Class BSc in Web Design & Development at Northumbria University. Over the years, Thomas has worked with many developers and teams from beginners to advanced and helped them build and scale their applications and products. He also mentored a lot of developers and students and helped them progress in their careers.
Perttu Lähteenlahti
Perttu Lähteenlahti
Mavericks, Finland
Talk: Building Cross-Platform Component Libraries for Web and Native with React
Perttu is a designer & developer who is passionate about building products. Before transitioning into design and coding, Perttu studied cognitive science and worked as a carpenter, something which he still does as a hobby.
Mark Larah
Mark Larah
Yelp, USA
Talk: Tooling and Processes for Managing GraphQL at Scale
Mark is a Full Stack Engineer on the Client Data API team at Yelp, leading efforts for web.
William Lyon
William Lyon
Neo4j, USA
Talk: Putting the Graph In GraphQL With The Neo4j GraphQL Library
William Lyon is a Developer Relations Engineer at Neo4j where he helps developers be successful with graphs. Prior to joining Neo4j William worked as a software developer for several startups, building mobile apps, quantitative finance tools, and predictive API services. William holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of Montana and is the author of the book "Full Stack GraphQL" published by Manning. You can find him online at [lyonwj.com](http://lyonwj.com/).
James Snell
James Snell
Cloudflare, USA
Talk: Towards a Standard Library for JavaScript Runtimes
James is on the Workers team @Cloudflare and a contributor to Node.js core. His contributions include features such as HTTP/2, the WHATWG URL implementation, and, most recently, an implementation of the QUIC protocol.
Arseny Smoogly
Arseny Smoogly
Rangle, Netherlands
Talk: Find Out If Your Design System Is Better Than Nothing
Arseny helps client teams build dev processes and deliver web UIs as a Solution Architect at Rangle Amsterdam. Interested in that boring side effect of software development — generating product value — he's always happy to talk about team decision-making, cost-benefit analysis and metrics. Of the 10+ years in frontend development, he spent 1 year building experiments to increase a signup conversion rate by 5 percentage points.
Asaf Shochet Avida
Asaf Shochet Avida
Evinced, Israel
Talk: My Accessibility Journey: the Quest for an Accessible Component Library
Asaf is the front end tech lead @Evinced, with 10+ years of experience in web development, including: frontend, backend and test automation, and a special place in his heart for shiny CI pipelines. After spending a year and a half traveling with his wife and 2 young kids (now 3, Mazal Tov) in the far east, he came back to create state of the art accessibility tools for developers. In his spare time he loves reading Harry Potter with his daughter, mentoring junior devs, and making Pitas on the Saj.
Logan Ralston
Logan Ralston
TikTok, USA
Talk: Developing and Driving Adoption of Component Libraries
Logan Ralston is a Software Engineer for TikTok who works on TUX, TikTok's internal design system. Logan has always had a passion for technology and design. He also is an avid proponent of the hackathon scene and has previously served as the director of McHacks, one of Canada's largest hackathons.
Lachlan Bradford
Lachlan Bradford
Tiktok, USA
Talk: Developing and Driving Adoption of Component Libraries
Lachlan Bradford is a Tech Lead at Tiktok and a core contributor to the Tiktok's design system TUX. He is forward thinking; having worked with VR and AR technology, and enjoys implementing a challenging design.