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Shem Magnezi
Shem Magnezi
Wilco, Israel
Talk: Multiple apps, one code to rule them all
Shem has more than a decade of experience in software engineering in various domains: client and server-side, real-time systems, big data, mobile, and web. Shem is passionate about building a culture of growth mindset and obsessed with making teams work better together. After several years as a senior IC in WeWork and Meta, Shem is now the CTO and Co-Founder of Wilco, a platform that empowers every developer, regardless of their background or skill level, to unlock their full potential.
Emily Xiong
Emily Xiong
nrwl.io, Canada
Talk: How to Share Code between React Web App and React Native Mobile App in Monorepo
A frontend developer in Toronto.
Thomas Findlay
Thomas Findlay
Findlay Web Tech, UK
Talk: Advanced Patterns for API Management in Large-Scale React Applications
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.
Matt Pocock
Matt Pocock
Vercel, UK
Talk: Make legacy code delightful with statecharts
Matt is a developer advocate at Vercel, and is working on a video course called Total TypeScript.
Josh Goldberg
Josh Goldberg
Codecademy, USA
Talk: Stories and Strategies from Converting to TypeScript
Hi, I'm Josh! I'm a frontend developer from New York with a passion for open source, static analysis, and the web. I work at Codecademy as a frontend engineer on our core Web Platform team. I'm passionate about open source and bringing accessible education to the masses in a sustainable way.
Jason Santos
Jason Santos
Rangle, USA
Talk: Complex React Migration: New Solutions to Old Codebase Problems
Jason Santos is a Senior Solution Architect at Rangle.io, where he is responsible for mentoring teams, understanding problems, finding solutions, and providing technical expertise to different projects. In the few years he has been at Rangle, he was able to contribute to the success of large projects in the Banking, Healthcare and Electronic Payment spaces, helping shape Enterprise architecture, leading teams and implementing full stack solutions using NodeJS microservices and cloud-native technologies, as well as both Angular and React. He brings with him 30 years of experience in building software across multiple languages and environments, from embedded software to IDEs and Debugging tools -- designing and implementing software frameworks and building applications on both back-end and front-end since the late 1990s. Being a certified SAFe Agilist, Jason is a strong advocate of process improvement, DevOps and agile delivery practices; he is also passionate about knowledge sharing and mentoring other developers.