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🗓️ 8-10 February 2023

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Welcome to the Largest JavaScript Conference in the Netherlands. 40+ JavaScript Leaders Speaking, attended by 2000 Unique Attendees & Global Audience from 20+ Countries with 3 Full Days of Talks and supported by 29 companies making this all happen!

Fellow Javascript Frontend Developers traveled in from around the globe for the #1 Javascript Conference. Hosting 920 JavaScript Enthusiasts on Day 1 followed by a completely Sold Out Day 2 & 3 with 1080 Developers during Vuejs Amsterdam as part of JSWORLD Conference.

In 2023 we will pursue our mission to educate the JavaScript Community to the best of our ability by bringing you a 3 Full Days in-person experience as well as a 5 Days Online Video Content accumulating up to 100 Unique Pieces of Content.

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"MOST IMPRESSIVE VENUE I HAVE EVER SEEN" as described by some of our speakers. Watch and learn uptodate JavaScript Content on this stunning 500 m2 screen, from comfortable cinema seats.

This is a must-attend Conference Venue.

2022 CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

Colin Ihrig

Colin Ihrig

State of Deno 2022

Engineer at Deno. Aspiring Rustacean. Node.js TSC. libuv maintainer. hapi.js maintainer. GraphQL, WebAssembly, WASI, and gRPC tinkerer. Author. Speaker. Ex: AWS

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Negar Jamalifard

Negar Jamalifard

CSS Houdini

Negar is an Iranian self-taught frontend developer currently based in Berlin, Germany. She is using her proficiency in Javascript, CSS and Vue.js as a frontend developer at Loudly GmbH working on AI-Music-related web application for finding fast and convenient solutions for browsing thousands of songs and customizing music files.

She loves CSS and being creative in Codepen. She likes to explain things she knows through any platform available.

This November, she was part of the organizing team of the online edition of Vue Toronto conference and she has spoken at the ReactJS conference in Tehran on dealing with a CORS error in Webpack! We’re eager to see her share her experiences during Frontend Developer Week in 2021!

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Dexter

Dexter

GraphQL, SvelteKit, Docker, Github

Alexander Esselink (Dexter) is a Dutch FullStack web engineer at Passionate People, focused on modern UI frameworks like Svelte, React and Vue.

He also speaks at meetups and conferences such as Frontend Love Conference last February, where he made a presentation about his favourite framework Svelte and its intuitive use. We look forward to all the learnings that Dexter will bring to us during Frontend Developer Week 2021!

Besides being a developer and a juggler of words at meetups and conferences, he is the master of diabolo and vj-ing. In his free time, you can probably find him joining a great round of Karaoke or hanging out with his red hair cat.

Check out his amazing visuals made with code! https://visuals.dxlb.nl/


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Gift Egwuenu

Gift Egwuenu

The Edge at Your Fingertips

Develoepr Advocate • MDE Cloudinary • Auth0 Ambassador • JamStack • Tech Snacks • Vue Storefront • Static Site Generation • Gridsome • Nuxt.js Ambassador

Gift is a Frontend Engineer and Content Creator based in Haarlem, The Netherlands. Originally from Lagos, Nigeria, her passion is to make the web accessible to everyone. She is an advocate for building open-source projects and enjoys solving complex problems using web technologies. She is also a big supporter of building open and inclusive communities which led to her starting the JAMstack community in Lagos.

Co-organizer of the Concatenate Conference, Media Developer Expert at Cloudinary, and Auth0 Ambassador, she often speaks at Conferences and events such as JamstackConf virtual, Headless Commerce Summit or Vuejs Global.

With recent talks on Building from Scratch with Nuxt.js, JAMstack FTW: Static Site Generation with Gridsome, Scaling Your E-commerce with Vue Storefront and many more, we look forward to see Gift rocking the virtual stage during Frontend Developer Week 2021.

When she is not coding, you can probably find her geeking about photography and cooking delicious delicacies. Apart from this, you can reach her on her Youtube channel, where she mainly uploads tech tutorials, lifestyle videos, and blogging.

Stacy Cashmore

Stacy Cashmore

Building your Brand Using Azure Static Webapps, One Step at a Time

• DevOps • Tech Explorer • Microsoft MVP • Angular • TypeScript • Azure

Stacy is Tech Explorer DevOps at Omniplan, and Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies.

She’s been developing software since the mid-1990s and has been speaking about improving the way we develop software at conferences and meetups since 2018

As well as sparing with the software architect about technical issues, she spends her time helping the development team, and the wider company, with continuous improvement in terms of technical work, process and, of course, working together as a team.

Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her classic car, cooking, playing the piano badly and spending time with her family, doing amongst other things, building a Lego modular building city in their house.

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Sendil Kumar

Sendil Kumar

Designing High Performance React Applications

• WASM-Tools • WebAssembly • KHipster • Webpack-scaffold-PWA • Java/Kotlin • Rust

Sendil is an experienced developer, speaker and author. He is passionate about JavaScript, Java / Kotlin and Rust. Most importantly, he is very active in the WebAssembly scene. He is the co-founder of WASM-tools and creator of popular projects: KHipster, Webpack-scaffold-PWA, and more.

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Natalia Venditto

Natalia Venditto

Serverless and Deploying to the Cloud from VSCode

With a background in design, Natalia's career took a turn when she started developing websites. After several years of leading large teams as a Tech Lead, she now works in the role of Solutions Architect for enterprise scale projects.

Max Gallo

Max Gallo

Micro-Frontends, three years after

Micro-frontends • DevOps • Functional & Reactive Solutions • Principal Engineer • DAZN

"I’m a pasta eater biped working at DAZN as Principal Engineer. My areas of expertise are JavaScript and Front-End technologies with a DevOps flavour. I like Functional & Reactive solutions both for programming and architectures. I use spaces, not tabs."

Eleftheria Batsou

Eleftheria Batsou

UX vs UI

• CSS • JavaScript • AngularJS • Kotlin • Java • Design and Research • Community Manager at Hashnode.

Eleftheria is a Community Manager at Hashnode by day and a developer/UX researcher by night. Her studies include a major in Informatics and Telecommunications of engineering and a master's in Graphic Arts and Multimedia.

She has created tech courses for several platforms such as Packt, Udemy, and Skillshare and she likes to produce motivational talks and how-to videos on her YouTube channel. She is self-motivated and working hard to make this world a little bit better every day.

When she isn't glued to a computer screen, Eleftheria spends time working out and strolling in nature. Her friends would describe her as easy-going, passionate about life and the fastest chocolate eater.

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Jemima Abu

Jemima Abu

The Evolution of JavaScript

• JavaScript Evolution • Web Components • Accessibility • diversity and intersectionality in technology

Jemima Abu is a self-taught Front End Developer and school-taught Systems Engineer from Lagos, Nigeria and currently shuffling between London and Lithuania. She is an avid advocate for diversity and intersectionality in technology and accessibility in web development.

Gert Hengeveld

Gert Hengeveld

Storybook embedding

• Storybook • ChromaUI • AsyncLibrary • UIs • Component Driven • Visual Testing

Principal software engineer building at StorybookJS, ChromaUI and AsyncLibrary.

Storybook is a development environment for UIs. Build everything from UI components to pages. View different states and interactively test.

Gert is also an Advocate for component driven development and visual testing.

Wim Selles

Wim Selles

The hurdles of releasing and maintaining a Mobile App

Wim Selles is a Lead Solutions Architect at Sauce Labs, based in the Netherlands. During the day, he assists customers with solving automation challenges in their organization. By night, he practices his passion for front-end test automation with Javascript. He likes to create his Node.js
modules to help and support automation engineers, and is also a contributor to multiple open source projects that involve testing, such as WebdriverIO, Appium and many more.

Wim also has extensive experience using Appium for automating Hybrid and (React) Native Apps. He enjoys sharing his automation experience as a speaker at various conferences, on his blog, and during meetups and webinars.

Samuel Snopko

Samuel Snopko

SDKs, Relations, Love & Thunder

Creative FrontEnd Knight & DesignOps enthusiast with a passion for JAMStack and beautiful web. He found himself in love with CSS & Vue & Nuxt and after a long search in world of headless CMSs he discovered Storyblok. He advocated in its name and he joined the company in 2020 as head of the developer relationships. Now, some people call him - Mr.Storyblok.

If he is not coding, writing or discussing topics from web, he is enjoying a cup of good coffee somewhere in Vienna or shredding the trails in nature. As a strong IT community believer, he helped to create DX Meetup Basel, co-organized the Frontend Meetup Freiburg and is always happy to help any community in need.

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Remote: Evan You

Remote: Evan You

State of the Vuenion 2022

REMOTE TALK // Creator of Vue, Evan you an independent software developer and the creator of the open source JavaScript framework Vue.js. He created Vue after working for Google using AngularJS in a number of projects. He designs, codes and sometimes dreams about making art.

If you happen to speak Chinese, his Chinese name is 尤雨溪, and you can also find him on 微博 and 知乎.

Since day 1 has accompanied us for the Frontend Love & Vue.js Amsterdam Conferences in Amsterdam followed by the Major Vue3 One Piece release last September during Vuejs Amsterdam (Global) that took place online. We could not be more honoured to have Evan You joining us for the Frontend Developer Week 2021.

Outside of programming and helping his wife take care of our two kids, he enjoys video games, karaoke, sushi and collecting watches.


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Eduardo San Martin Morote

Eduardo San Martin Morote

Getting more out of your Pinia Stores

Vue Core Team • Vue-Router • Vue-Router-Next • Pinia • vuefire • Open Source contributor • Vue.js

Eduardo is a Frontend Developer who, in the past, developed many applications as a FullStack developer, focusing on solving Business problems by understanding them and providing the solutions. Today, he still focuses on that but he specialises in Front-End.

As a Freelancer that loves Open source nowadays, he has been contributing to Open source since he started crafting applications. He mostly maintains Vue.js related projects as Vue itself, vuefire and vue-router but he sometimes helps out somewhere else, to make the web move forward. When he develops applications, he likes to focus on UX, and always in a pragmatic way. He tends to reduce waste as much as possible by applying Lean wherever he can. He also trains people in web development, being patient and adapting to different levels.

Most of his free time is spent contributing to Vue.js ecosystem as a core team member and keeping up to date with new standards. He also likes to talk in public, and he organises the Vue.js Meetup in Paris.

With recent talks on Vue-router and its techniques, Modern Routing or How does a frontend router work?, we are very excited to see what Eduardo is going to bring this time to Frontend Developer Week 2021.


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Guillaume Chau

Guillaume Chau

Fast Stories Powered by Vite; Histoire

Vue Core Team • Vue • GraphQL • Node.js • vue-cli • vue-devtools • vue-apollo • Frontend Engineering at Livestorm • Open Source contributor

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Maya Shavin

Maya Shavin

The Unwanted Stack

StorefrontUI Core Team • m16y • Microsoft Engineer • Vuejs Israel Founder • NuxtJS Ambassador • Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft, founder of VueJS Israel, core maintainer of StorefrontUI, Nuxt Ambassador and a writer on JavaScript good practices. She has been developing web apps with Angular, VueJS and recently ReactJS. She loves to learn and experiment with new frameworks while believing that a strong Vanilla JavaScript knowledge is necessary for being a good web developer. When not coding, she enjoys traveling, reading manga, and sketching.

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Maria Lamardo

Maria Lamardo

Reusable Widgets That Work!

Maria is a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst and an enthusiastic front-end developer with extensive experience in creating websites and web applications. She is also one of the prominent leaders within the Vue Community. She co-founded World Vue Meetups and is an official Vue Community Partner.

She is a "Grow with Google Challenge Scholarship 2018" recipient for the Mobile Web Specialist Nanodegree program at Udacity. She has also completed a Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree program at Udacity along with a wide range of courses offered by CodeCademy and other online education providers. Her skills include HTML5, CSS3, SCSS, JavaScript, Python, SQL, Responsive Design and more!

Some of her personal interests include crocheting and outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, surfing, rappelling, and zip lining.

She is also a speaker at different Conferences with topics such as Content Loading That Isn't Broken, Accessibility forms and Vue form Validation. Looking forward to having her during the Frontend Developer Week 2021 sharing knowledge with the tech community!

Ramona Schwering

Ramona Schwering

Common testing pitfalls and Solutions

Javascript • Vue.js • Cypress • CypressIO Ambassador • Test Automation • Open Source Lover

Ramona is a Software Developer at Shopware, Cypress Ambassador who obviously loves Test Automation and OpenSource. She Contributed to product development at shopware AG for about six years in quality assurance and nowadays as a Software Developer.

With her views of the product from the perspective The automation in the end-to-end area of shopware originates from her pen, and she continues to push it firmly.

Ramona Biscoveanu

Ramona Biscoveanu

Animating with Vue

Loves all things web. JavaScript Developer at SAP and Machine Learning enthusiast. Instagrammer from time to time and living at 📍Côte d'Azur.

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Sebastien Chopin

Sebastien Chopin

The Nuxt Web

Sebastien, also known as Atinux, is the creator of the open source web framework Nuxt.js, a JavaScript framework based on Vue.js, used by major companies worldwide. He is also co-founder of MALEA, a French e-commerce company helping beauty and wellness professionals to find the perfect equipment with fantastic support. Aside from his own creation, Sebastien is a frequent user of other JavaScript libraries such as Node.JS, as well as TypeScript’s Vite.js and CSS.

Despite his busy schedule as a co-founder, Sebastien finds the time to train developers and companies about these new technologies and improve their workflow. He’s also a frequent speaker at international Vue conferences such as Vuejs Global, Vuejs Amsterdam, VueConf Toronto 2020, ReactiveConf 2019 & many more! His topics usually cover the latest updates and toolings in Nuxt, Web Vitals measurement, reducing blocking time of Nuxt apps etc.

In his free time, you can find Sébastien playing some basketball or taking care of his little son.

We’re looking forward to welcoming him on the Frontend Developer Week stage in 2021!


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Pooya Parsa

Pooya Parsa

Full stack development with Nuxt 3 and Nitro

Nuxt Core Team • Head of Framework • State of Nuxt • Bootstrap-Vue • Nuxt3

Head of Framework at Nuxt from Iran residing in The Netherlands is Pooya Parsa.

Pooya is part of the Nuxt Core Team and working for Passionate People, he has spoken during Vuejs Amsterdam 2020 and Vuejs Global Online about the latest amazing things happening in Nuxt.

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Daniel Roe

Daniel Roe

Developer Experience with Nuxt 3

Daniel is the CTO of a startup helping companies support working parents. He is on the Nuxt framework team and 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.

Loick Le Digabel

Loick Le Digabel

From Startup to Unicorn

Front-end chapter lead @BackMarket- Based in Paris. Love working in hypergrowth context, scaling the tech architecture accordingly.

Yassine el Ouazzani

Yassine el Ouazzani

How to enable large scale collaboration between disciplines using Nuxt

Artur Rosa

Artur Rosa

Vue Report: Amsterdam 2022

Often over-fascinated by new ideas, trying to use the concepts behind them rationally. In love with Vue, and in friendship with React.

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Natalia Tepluhina

Natalia Tepluhina

Local state and server cache: vue-query

Vue Core Team • GraphQL developer experience • wrapping REST API calls with Apollo Client: ‘do-it-yourself’ approach • Create your first data visualization chart in VueJS with D3

Natalia is a Staff Frontend Engineer at GitLab and Vue.js core team member from Kyiv, Ukraine, recently relocated to Amsterdam.

She is a constant learner and loves to share knowledge with other people. Conference speaker, and author of articles on different topics related to Vue Framework, she has got a title of Google Developer Expert in Web technologies thanks to these activities.

Some of her articles include information about Three awesome tools for GraphQL developer experience, wrapping REST API calls with Apollo Client: ‘do-it-yourself’ approach, Create your first data visualization chart in VueJS with D3 and many more!

She has recent talks on "How to train your Vue CLI plugin", You might not need Vuex, Migrating a big old codebase to Vue 3: what I'm excited abou or All you need is Apollo client and we can't wait for her to join us during  the Frontend Developer Week 2021.


Thorsten Lünborg

Thorsten Lünborg

Building Components for Vue 2+3

Open Source contributor and core team member of the Vue.js project. Thorsten loves writing software that enables other developers, and he loves helping other developers to solve their problems, so he spends a lot of time on forums, twitter and in GH issues to do that.

Tomasz Kania-Orzeł aka TKO

Tomasz Kania-Orzeł aka TKO

Five things to move your web app to Web3 universe!

TKO is an experienced software and DevOps engineer, enjoying frontend technologies the most. With a demonstrated history in building software products in the frontend, backend, and mobile technologies.

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Alex Kyriakidis

Alex Kyriakidis

Vite Changes the Game for Vue

Vue • VueSchoolio • Co-Founder • Author Majesty of Vuejs • Vuejs Team Member • Vue2 • Mastering Nuxt • Vue3 Masterclass

An Phan

An Phan

Vue 2 to 3 Migration – A Practical Journey

Vue Core member, CTO of a startup in Munich, engineer front and back, loves to build things.

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Jessica Sachs

Jessica Sachs

Component Testing with Vite, Vue, and Cypress

Jessica Sachs is a US-based software engineer at Cypress.io where her focus is on building open source software. She maintains vue/test-utils and does Cypress component testing for Vue. She’s also a big fan of legacy codes and occasionally works with JAMStack and CSS as well!

Jessica is a dedicated member of the Vue community, and a regular contributor and speaker at conferences around the world. Most recently, she gave a workshop at VueConf Toronto 2020 on Stress-free testing in Vue 3, and she also participated in a fireside chat at this year’s World Vue Summit! She also introduced component testing with Cypress to the audience at VueJS Global.

We couldn’t be more excited to have her at the Frontent Developer Week in 2021!


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Lucie Haberer

Lucie Haberer

Nuxt 3 Modules and Open-Source

Vue.js • Nuxt.js • JavaScript • TypeScript • Node.js • VS Code • Serverless & CLI

Lucie Haberer is a Nuxt hacker and ambassador who's into crawling GitHub to find and learn new things. She's currently wrapping up her studies in Paris and working as a Developer Experience Engineer at Prismic. Lucie loves to fiddle with Node.js and serverless things.

With those technologies she makes things ranging from bots of all sorts to questionable CLIs. Occasionally, she writes technical pieces and promotes artists' work on her blog: lucie.red

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Vanessa Otto

Vanessa Otto

State Management

• State Management with Composition API • SPA project • Vue • Frontend Developer • Nuxt.js • Svelte • Vite • TailwindCSS • Webpack • Web Components

Vanessa is a Web Developer. She has an M.Sc in Media Informatics with a focus on Human-Computer-Interaction. Vanessa is the Lead Frontend Developer at ZAGE by The Life Company. She is a host of the podcasts expect(Exception), Working Draft, and Ausbaufähig. Vanessa is a Chapter Leader of the Front-end Foxes helping women with their first coding and speaking experiences. She is a member of the JS Kongress Program Committee.

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Mikhail Kuznetcov

Mikhail Kuznetcov

Vue3: Modern Development

• Chapter Lead • Svelte • Vue3 • CompositionAPI • Amsterdam Svelte Organiser •

Mikhail is a chapter lead at ING Bank. He is the organiser of the Amsterdam Svelte meetups, conference speaker, full-stack developer with experience in a variety of JavaScript frameworks.

Mikhail has spoken at various of Frontend Love's Community Meetup taken place in Amsterdam and Utrecht on wide variety topics on Vue.js.

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Filip Rakowski

Filip Rakowski

Everything you need to know about Web Performance

Vue • Vue Storefront Next • Co-Founder Vue StoreFront • Creator StorefrontUI • Vue Community Partner • Webperformance • PWA • DX

Alex Jover

Alex Jover

The Magic of DX in the Vueniverse

Nomad-soul human 🌎 Dancer 🕺 Krav Maga practitioner 🥋 Comedy lover 💚

Alex found his passion for his local dev community after co-creating Alicante Frontend Meetup and Vue Day Spain. He is the mastermind behind the book, "Testing Vue.js components in Jest" and produced articles and courses for different platforms such as Egghead.io, Vueschool, and Digital Ocean. This led to him becoming a Google Developer Expert and part of the Vue team. He's into Open Source and authored across widely-used libraries like v-lazy-image or tslint-config-prettier. In 2016, he began speaking at conferences, training teams around Europe, leading projects, and helping companies like www.sprinter.es achieve their goals on Web Performance, Vue, and Nuxt. Nowadays, Alex is very interested in fostering and championing communication and interpersonal relations, as well as finding out how our minds work to make decisions (he might just try to convince you about some random idea!).

Alexander Lichter

Alexander Lichter

petite-vue - Progressively enhancing any application?

DJ Joseph

DJ Joseph

Afterparty

Masters of Ceremonies

Tim Benniks

Tim Benniks

Gift Egwuenu

Gift Egwuenu

Marc Backes

Marc Backes

Maria Lamardo

Maria Lamardo

Konstantin BIFERT

Konstantin BIFERT

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JSWORLD Conference will take place from 8-10 February 2023. Organising the #1 JavaScript Conferences on the Planet since 2018.

In 2022 JSWORLD Conference attracted 920 in-person Attendees on Day 1 and a Sold Out Theater with 1080 Developers during Vuejs Amsterdam as part of JSWORLD COnference on day 2 & 3 flying in from 20+ Countries.

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JSworld Conference 2021 Online was the Largest & Most Epic JavaScript Conference and Community Event of 2021. Developers Learned & Spoke directly with the JavaScript Frontend Developer Leaders from around the world.

JSWORLD conference took place from Monday 22nd February to Saturday 27th February 2021. 100+ Talks, 20 Topics, Panel Discussions, In-depth Interviews & Updates from Creators of Libraries & Authors.

Friday 26th February we began with Vuejs Amsterdam 24 Hour Conference the Largest & Most Epic Vue Conference in the World.

52,142 JavaScript Enthusiasts signed up for a full week of content to help you level-up as a Frontend JavaScript Developer. With a continuous daily turnout of 12,398 attendees participating.