September 21 & 22, 2023
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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 other TypeScript folks, and more on September 21 & 22, 2023.
This year we'll cover:
Onboarding to TypeScript
Types as Contracts
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Mark Erikson is a Senior Front-End Engineer at Replay, and lives in southwest Ohio, USA. Mark is a Redux maintainer, creator of Redux Toolkit, and general keeper of the Redux docs. He tweets at @acemarke, and blogs at https://blog.isquaredsoftware.com. 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.
Aleksandra is a software engineer based in Wrocław, Poland. She's worked as a full-stack developer with many different languages such as Elixir, Golang, Python, and TypeScript. She was previously a tech lead for the Hasura Console, and now she's a lead maintainer of Blitz.js.
Stefan Baumgartner is a software architect based in Austria and the owner of oida.dev. He is the author of “TypeScript in 50 Lessons”, published by Smashing Magazine, and "The TypeScript Cookbook", published by O'Reilly. He organizes ScriptConf, DevOne, and Rust Linz, and co-hosts the German-language Working Draft podcast. Stefan enjoys Italian food, Belgian beer, and British vinyl records.
Ryan Cavanaugh has been working on the TypeScript team at Microsoft since before its first public release in 2012. He's worn many hats in this time, including tester, developer, customer data, and now serves as the development manager for the compiler team.
Matteo is a member of the Node.js Technical Steering Committee focusing on streams, diagnostics and http. He is also the author of the fast logger Pino and of the Fastify web framework.
Matteo is an renowed international speaker after more than 60 conferences, including OpenJS World, Node.js Interactive, NodeConf.eu, NodeSummit, JSConf.Asia, WebRebels, and JsDay just to name a few. He is also co-author of the book "Node.js Cookbook, Third Edition" edited by Packt.
In the summer he loves sailing the Sirocco.
Daniel is a language designer and PM on TypeScript.
Lydia Hallie is a software engineer specializing in TypeScript, React, and Web Performance. In her free time, she enjoys creating visualized resources on lower-level technical concepts. She currently works as Staff Developer Advocate at Vercel.
Senior software engineer at Rollbar with over 10 years of experience building web applications.
I'm Jake and I'm a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft working on TypeScript. I'm mainly focusing on performance and infrastructure, but still work on whatever's fun (or manages to nerd-snipe me)! Before TypeScript, I worked on Pylance and pyright on Microsoft's Python team.
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.
Daniel leads the Nuxt core team - previously CTO of SaaS startup and founder of a creative agency focusing on clarity of vision and message. His open-source work has a focus in the Vue.js and Nuxt ecosystems and he's involved in consultancy with companies around the world, particularly around JAMstack, serverless and software architecture. He's based in the North East of England where he lives with his family, three cats, and a dog.
GraphQL, React, Serverless, and Jamstack advocate. Mostly creating videos and content on this, and more.
Jenn is a multifaceted individual with a passion for technology and a heart for people. Currently, she works as a Developer Advocate for Aiven, where she helps developers harness the power of data infrastructure. Outside of work, Jenn hosts Teach Jenn Tech, about exploring technology. Jenn also hosts a thought-provoking podcast called Sh!t You Don't Want to Talk About, where she fearlessly dives into challenging topics such as mental health, equity, and diversity. Her goal is to create a safe and welcoming space for honest conversations, where people from all backgrounds can feel heard and understood. Jenn's focus is on PostgreSQL and TypeScript and she is always eager to learn and explore new technologies. She thrives on diving deep into complex problems, finding elegant solutions whether she's coding, teaching, or podcasting. Jenn is an advocate for social justice, striving to make the tech industry more equitable and diverse, ensuring everyone has a seat at the table. In all her endeavors, Jenn is a force to be reckoned with, fueled by her love of people and her passion for technology.
David Blass is a full-time open source TypeScript developer and author of ArkType, a 1:1 validator for TypeScript. ArkType is the first validator to include a static parser that can infer TypeScript’s syntax as well as a full type system that can compare arbitrary pairs of types for assignability and automatically discriminate unions. Predictably, David loves parsers and types, but also bow ties and his wife’s vegan cooking. He lives with her and their 5 pets in Boston, Massachusetts, and is currently pursuing funding to continue working on ArkType full-time!
Matt Butcher is co-founder and CEO of Fermyon, the serverless WebAssembly in the cloud company. He is one of the original creators of Helm, Brigade, CNAB, OAM, Glide and Krustlet. He has written and co-written many books, including "Learning Helm" and "Go in Practice." He is a co-creator of the "Illustrated Children’s Guide to Kubernetes" series. These days, he works mostly on WebAssembly projects such as Spin, Fermyon Cloud and Bartholomew. He holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy. He lives in Colorado, where he drinks lots of coffee.
I'm Artur and I'm a Tech Lead at Zoa in Apps Platform team, which is mainly focused on Typescript, React and React Native ecosystem, providing tools, pipelines and libraries for other teams to build cross-platform applications.
Co-Founder of Custodian, VC-backed insurtech startup based in London. Nathalia also created Metos - metos.app, a platform for writers. French multi-awards technologist, you can find her on instagram at @yeahgirlscode where she documents her journey in tech. Outside of coding, Nathalia trains in Muay Thai and enjoys playing different musical instruments.
Located in the vibrant city of San Francisco, Mike Poteat is a committed technical leader, skilled software engineer, and approachable people manager. His areas of interest are wide-ranging and encompass programming, type theory, pure mathematics, and more.
In the open-source world, Mike has had the opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects. One of these, hkt-toolbelt, applies higher-kinded types to TypeScript in an attempt to expand its functionality. Additionally, he's worked on spellbound, an agent-based LLM-powered VS Code extension that aims to enhance the usability of the platform.
Currently, Mike finds himself immersed in the voice AI industry at a startup backed by Y Combinator. He's part of a team working on the front lines of artificial intelligence, continually learning and evolving their approach to create cutting-edge solutions.
Away from his day job, Mike takes time to reflect and share his experiences on his blog, code.lol. He delves into topics around machine learning, programming, and other tech-related subjects, hoping that his musings might offer value to others exploring these fields.
I'm David and work as a software developer on Deno. In the past, I worked professionally in the medical device and healthcare industry. I maintain several TypeScript related open source projects and have been using TypeScript for almost 10 years. When not coding, I enjoy playing soccer, going for bike rides, and practising piano.
A Senior Software Engineer at SigTech, Akash is a self-taught programmer who started his journey from playing video games to developing them. Spending the last year building software at Meta, he's now helping build apps at a rapid speed through the power of React and Typescript.
Matt is a developer advocate at Vercel, and is working on a video course called Total TypeScript.
Staff Developer Advocate at Aiven.io.
Organizer Devopsdays Amsterdam, Devopsdays Eindhoven, and several meetups, including contributing.today, on open source topics and tools. I knit and do crossstitch and I own chickens.
Whee! I’m an emcee! Daphne is former maintainer of Design Systems at Lyft. She’s spoken at conferences such as CascadiaJS, HalfStack, Tapia, and soon SeattleJS...mostly because she likes to talk and make friends. When she’s not frontend-ing, catch her performing improv and writing comedy sketches!
Hi, I’m Josh! I’m an independent full time open source developer. I work on projects in the TypeScript ecosystem, most notably typescript-eslint: the tooling that enables ESLint and Prettier to run on TypeScript code. I’m also the author of the O’Reilly Learning TypeScript book, a Microsoft MVP for developer technologies, and an active conference speaker. My personal projects range from static analysis to meta-languages to recreating retro games in the browser. Also cats.
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
I also wrote the history of Definitely Typed: https://blog.johnnyreilly.com/2019/10/08/definitely-typed-movie.
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-Tronic works as Senior Staff Software Engineer at Apollo GraphQL, where he is part of the team maintaining the Apollo TypeScript Client.
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 on StackOverflow answering questions on Apollo and Redux usage or opening random PRs on GitHub.
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