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Brian LeRoux

Cofounder & CTO, Begin

Brian is currently building a continuous delivery vehicle for cloud functions called begin.com on an open source foundation called arc.codes. Previously he worked at Adobe on PhoneGap and Apache Cordova. He also created wtfjs.com and sports a questionable ' ' tattoo. Brian believes the future will be writ as functions, seamlessly running in the cloud, agnostic of vendors, on an open...
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Dan Koch

CTO, Tune

Dan Koch is a software architect and leader, currently serving as Chief Technical Officer for TUNE. As CTO, Dan is responsible for the product and engineering organizations for HasOffers and the TUNE Marketing Console, overseeing the work of more than a hundred technical professionals building the industry-leading solution for mobile and performance marketing. Dan was previously a Director of Engineering...
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Talk: Getting out of Cloud Jail

Don Coleman

CIO at Chariot Solutions, Adjunct Professor at NYU

Don is a software developer who enjoys hacking with phones, Arduino, and other hardware. He works as the CIO of Chariot Solutions, and is an adjunct professor at NYU. Don is the co-author of Make:Bluetooth and Beginning NFC.

Ifeoma Okereke

Senior Android Engineer at WW

Ifeoma is currently a Senior Android Engineer at WW (formerly known as Weight Watchers). She's also a co-organizer of the Write Speak Code NYC meetup. When she's not coding, she likes to explore new cuisines at restaurants or via cookbooks. She also enjoys reading.

Talk: Flutter + ML Kit: Building Smart Cross-Platform Apps

Jennifer Voss

Software Engineering Lead for Precision Medicine, Elsevier

Jenn is a Software Engineering Lead on the Precision Medicine team at Elsevier. Based in Philadelphia, she is responsible for building cutting edge products that reach millions of users. She is a Google Developer Expert in web technologies, and organizer of the annual LibertyJS conference and the PhillyJSDev meetup. She likes to automate things, and once built a thermoregulated heat...
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Jessica Kerr

Lead Engineer, Atomist

Jessica Kerr is a symmathecist in the medium of software. After two decades of development, the work only gets more interesting! Jessica currently works at Atomist, writing open-source TypeScript code for development automation: helping people write code to help themselves write code. In the past, she's spoken about Elm, Scala, Clojure, Java, Ruby, and opera. At home in St. Louis,...
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Jonathan Ellis

CTO, DataStax

Jonathan is co-founder and CTO of DataStax, delivering Apache Cassandra for the enterprise. Prior to that, he built a multi-petabyte, scalable storage system based on Reed-Solomon encoding for backup service Mozy.

Ken Rimple

Angular Trainer/Mentor; Chariot Podcast Host

Ken almost started coding at an early age when he used a battery, two wires and an old flashcube to make a flashlight (those in the other room saw a blinding flash, then heard screams of agony). Dodging this early accident, he never stops learning how to break things. He is Chariot’s Training Services director, and writes and teaches courses...
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Leemay Nassery

Senior Engineering Manager, Comcast

Leemay Nassery leads the Recommendations and Personalization engineering efforts at Comcast, and sets the strategic direction for Content Personalization for Comcast's Xfinity video products.

Peter Fleming

Head of User Experience, Chariot Solutions

Pete is an experienced product design leader who turns insights about people into positive impact for organizations. He has a wide range of experience, from building kick-ass design teams to nurturing a culture of innovation and evangelizing the role of design in business. Pete is also a non-profit board member, startup advisor, and lover of bikes & cheese.

Rob Napier

iOS Developer, Jaybird; Co-Author, iOS 6 Programming Pushing the Limits

Rob is co-author of iOS Programming Pushing the Limits, and maintainer of the RNCryptor encryption format. Before coming to Cocoa, he made his living sneaking into Chinese facilities in broad daylight. Today, he shapes music over Bluetooth for Logitech, explores old ideas in new languages, and tries to figure out how all of this applies to Swift.