NOTE: This post was originally published in March 2018, but has since been revised and updated with new and updated profiles.
Keeping up with any language community can be tough, especially when you're just starting out. Writing software is a challenging pursuit, but like all such challenges it's a lot more fun with friends.
Here they are in alphabetical order:
Working on @reactjs. Co-author of Redux and Create React App.
A web developer and educational technology entrepreneur, Nicole made a career change to software in 2015 and founded La Vie en Code, an educational resource dedicated to helping students learn web development.
Full stack web developer, designer, and entrepreneur.
Gift is the founder of the Vue Vixens chapter in Nigeria, co-organizer of the Concatenate Conference, an Auth0 Ambassador, and a media developer expert at Cloudinary. She is especially passionate about open source software and making the web accessible to everyone.
Senior front-end developer @Netlify, speaker and creative technologist.
Sophie is a senior web engineer and web discipline lead at Monzo. She cares about web accessibility, keeping the web fun, and lowering the barrier to entry for people learning web development.
Tech lead of Chrome DevTools in Google’s Munich office.
Stack Exchange: stackoverflow.com/users/839749/bmeurer
Google Chrome Web Platform engineer.
Jessica is a full-stack web developer who enjoys working with Node.js and React.
Principal engineer at Eaze.
Product design lead at Calibre.
Anjana is fascinated by languages, both human and machine. She enjoys contributing to open source projects like Zulip, D3, and CPython.
Principal Developer Experience Engineer @netlify.
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