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April 29, 2022

Europe Livestream: 2pm CEST / Americas Livestream: 8am PST

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The type safety you need with the community you love

TS Congress is an online event for web developers on all things TypeScript. Learn from industry professionals and community members, exchange ideas, interact, and collaborate in the form of a modern tech event.

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Participate in workshops, network with thousands of others TypeScript folks, and more on April 29, 2022.

This year we'll cover:

  • Onboarding to TypeScript

  • Deno

  • Frontend Architectures

  • Tooling

  • Types as Contracts

  • Testing

  • Developer Experience

  • Type Generation

  • Backend Architectures

  • Node.js

  • Library Integrations

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AWESOME SPEAKERS

High-quality talks from field experts

NETWORKING

Join live chat rooms, meet new friends and new opportunities

Orta Therox

 Dan Vanderkam

Mark Erikson

Lili Kastilio

 Luca Casonato

Sylvana Santos

Daniel Roe

Titian-Cornel Cernicova-Dragomir

Nathan Shively-Sanders

Ashley Claymore

Gabriela Araujo Britto

Ondrej Polesny

REMOTE, SAFE, YET FUN

Socialize at remote afterparties and gaming tournaments

Speakers

Orta Therox
Ex-Microsoft, Ireland
Talk: Fireside Chat

Orta is a developer/designer who works on web-powered games. Prior to that, he worked on the TypeScript team in Microsoft. He has a decade of open source contributions ranging across many eco-systems, helps maintain a dependency manager for iOS, built Danger in many languages, contributes to working groups like GraphQL and in core teams like Jest, Svelte and React Native. You've probably seen his open-source design work in the React/TypeScript ecosystem.

Dan Vanderkam
Google, USA
Talk: TypeScript and the Database: Who Owns the Types?

Dan Vanderkam is the author of Effective TypeScript (O'Reilly 2019) and a Principal Software Engineer at Sidewalk Labs. He previously worked on open source genome visualizations at Mt. Sinai's Icahn School of Medicine and on search features used by billions of users at Google (try "population of france" or "sunset nyc"). He has a long history of working on open source projects, including the popular dygraphs library and source-map-explorer, a tool for visualizing JavaScript code size. He is also a co-founder of the NYC TypeScript meetup and blogs at effectivetypescript.com. When he's not programming, Dan enjoys playing bridge and climbing rocks near his home in New York's Hudson Valley.

Mark Erikson
Redux maintainer, USA
Talk: Lessons from Maintaining TypeScript Libraries

Mark Erikson is a software engineer living in southwest Ohio, USA. Mark is a Redux maintainer, creator of Redux Toolkit, and general keeper of the Redux docs. He spends much of his time answering questions about React and Redux anywhere there's a comment box on the internet, and usually hangs out in the Reactiflux chat channels.

Mark is also disturbed at the number of third-person references he has written in this bio.

Lili Kastilio
Snyk, UK
Talk: Plug-in architecture: how TypeScript let us paint-by-numbers

Working closely with customers designing & building TypeScript solutions. Recently a Lead Engineer at Snyk working on extending our current languages offering by introducing new languages and language-specific concepts into our system in the shape of libs, parsers and microservices. When not coding I like to spend my time hanging upside down doing circus things.

Luca Casonato
Deno Land Inc., 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.

Sylvana Santos
Codecademy, USA
Talk: Onboarding React Developers to Typescript

After working as a science teacher for a few years, Sylvana transitioned into software engineering as a means to provide a quality education to all learners. She began her career as an apprentice at Codecademy and is now a software engineer at the company. During her time at Codecademy, she has gained experience with React, Next.js, and Typescript and has led initiatives like the tech reading club and dev workshops.

Daniel Roe
Nuxt Labs, UK
Talk: TypeScript for Library Authors: Harnessing the Power of TypeScript for DX

Daniel is on the Framework team at Nuxt - previously CTO of a tech startup. In his open-source work has a particular focus on serverless functions, TypeScript, and the Composition API. He's based in the North East of England where he lives with his family, three cats, and a dog.

Titian-Cornel Cernicova-Dragomir
Bloomberg, Romania
Talk: Understanding types as sets

I am a developer in the JavaScript infrastructure team at Bloomberg where I work on JavaScript and TypeScript tooling for internal developers.

I am very passionate about TypeScript and try to help others by answering TypeScript questions on Stack Overflow. I am currently the number 3 answerer for the TypeScript tag. (https://stackoverflow.com/tags/typescript/topusers).

I am also a TypeScript compiler contributor, where I recently contributed the implementation of ES class private methods and private static members. (https://github.com/microsoft/TypeScript/graphs/contributors).

Nathan Shively-Sanders
Microsoft, USA

Nathan is an engineer on the Typescript team, working on Javascript support and open source community, including Definitely Typed. He has a Ph D in linguistics from the time he made a machine classify Swedish dialects using syntax. The common thread is that Nathan loves writing programs to understand messy linguistic systems. For fun, Nathan enjoys video games, a wide variety of reading, and hiking with his family around the Pacific Northwest.

Ashley Claymore
Bloomberg, UK
Talk: Alternatives to TypeScript

Ashley is a software engineer at Bloomberg in the Trading Analytics team. He has been using TypeScript since v1.8 and contributed to the TypeScript implementation of the new 'Ergonomic brand checks for private fields' syntax. He is also a Bloomberg TC39 delegate currently working on the 'Change Array by copy' proposal.

Gabriela Araujo Britto
Microsoft, Canada

Gabriela is a software engineer working on the TypeScript team at Microsoft. She is interested in types and programming languages, both theory and practice. When she's not staring puzzlingly at a computer, Gabriela is spending time with her two guinea pigs.

Ondrej Polesny
Kontent by Kentico, Czech Republic
Talk: How to properly handle URL slug changes in Next.js

Ondrej is a Jamstack enthusiast focused mostly on React and Vue-based tools. As a Developer Evangelist at Kontent by Kentico, he constantly stays connected with in-house and partner developers, which brings him closer to many interesting digital projects built with various tools. Always interested in problems that everyone claims have no solution, Ondrej enjoys building the architecture of components or applications and figuring out how all parts fit together. He also creates videos and speaks at conferences and podcasts.

Kajetan ŚwiΔ…tek
SoftServe, Poland
Talk: Type Safety at Runtime in Typescript

Former construction engineer, now building software instead. Front-end developer, recent functional programming enthusiast. Enjoys learning new things and sharing his findings via blog posts or tech talks.

Loren Sands-Ramshaw
Temporal.io, USA
Talk: How to build distributed systems in TypeScript

Loren is a Language Runtime Engineer at Temporal, maintaining the TypeScript runtime. They also wrote a book on GraphQL (The GraphQL Guide) and spent over a decade doing full-stack web and mobile development. They love swing dancing and authentic relating, and they secretly miss CoffeeScript πŸ˜„

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John Reilly
Investec, UK

Long-time Londoner, born in Bristol and raised in Fleet.

I blog at https://blog.johnnyreilly.com and I work/have worked on a number of open-source TypeScript projects including:

  • Definitely Typed
  • ts-loader
  • fork-ts-checker-webpack-plugin

I also wrote the history of Definitely Typed: https://blog.johnnyreilly.com/2019/10/08/definitely-typed-movie.

Josh Goldberg
Josh Goldberg
Open Source Developer, USA

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.

Lizz Parody
Lizz Parody
Fusebit, Colombia

Liz is a community-taught Software Engineer focused on JavaScript, and Head of Developer Relations at Fusebit. She organizes different community events such as JSConf Colombia, Pioneras Developers, Startup Weekend and has been a speaker at EmpireJS, MedellinJS, PionerasDev, Node+JS Interactive, NodeConf and others.

She loves sharing knowledge, promoting JavaScript and Node.js ecosystem and participating in key tech events and conferences to enhance her knowledge and network.

Program Committee

Josh Goldberg
Open Source Developer, USA

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.

John Reilly
Investec, UK

Long-time Londoner, born in Bristol and raised in Fleet.

I blog at https://blog.johnnyreilly.com and I work/have worked on a number of open-source TypeScript projects including:

  • Definitely Typed
  • ts-loader
  • fork-ts-checker-webpack-plugin

I also wrote the history of Definitely Typed: https://blog.johnnyreilly.com/2019/10/08/definitely-typed-movie.

Kelli Rockwell
Sourcegraph, USA

Kelli is a fullstack engineer based in Seattle, WA and working at Sourcegraph to build tools that improve how we work with code. When she's not consuming boba, aka bubble tea, you can usually find her evangelizing TypeScript at yet another developer meet-up, advocating for women and underrepresented folks in tech, or nagging her teammates to update the docs.

Lenz Weber
Mayflower, Germany

Lenz Weber works as a FullStack developer at Mayflower GmbH in Germany, where he works mostly on a TypeScript, React, Redux and Postgraphile stack. He is a maintainer of Redux Toolkit and if he's not currently trying to summon elder gods with weird TypeScript incantations he can usually be found in the Reactiflux Discord or on StackOverflow answering questions on Redux usage.

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