Speakers HolyJS 2020 Piter
Evgeny used to work on .NET, Microsoft stack for quite a long time. He worked at Quest Software, after that he moved to Dell to work on frontend. He worked his way from CoffeeScript + Angular 1.0 to Dart + Angular 2.0. Currently Evgeny works at Wrike, a high-load SaaS application with very rich client code. Wrike team uses Dart and Angular 2.0 and aspires to be up-to-date with all modern trends in the web world.
Charlie is a senior frontend developer, Google Developer Expert and Mozilla Tech Speaker. She's passionate about human-computer interaction and spends her personal time building interactive side projects using creative coding, machine learning and hardware. She also loves giving back to the community by making all her prototypes open source, mentoring, blogging and speaking at conferences.
Damian is a Vue.js core team member, currently working as a lead frontend engineer at Coursedog. Back in 2016, he co-founded the Official Vue.js Newsletter (news.vuejs.org). He also created several popular open source libraries: vue-multiselect, vuelidate, and vue-global-events. In 2017, he co-organized the first international VueConf. Since then, he has been coordinating multiple Vue meetups in Poland. When not coding, he is probably practicing his latte art skills or playing with his camera.
Natalia Tepluhina is a Vue.js core team member and a Senior Frontend Engineer at GitLab.
She is a conference speaker and author of articles on different topics related to Vue.js . Thanks to these activities Natalia has got a title of Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies.
Still in school, Maria was inspired by programmer's success stories, went to tech university and never regretted. She has a master's degree in SPb ITMO, faculty of Corporate information systems development. For almost 6 years she was a full-stack, frontend developer and DevOps a little. Now she develops business portals for Internet banks.
Ken Wheeler is a passionate web developer, renowned and celebrated in the developer community: he's been in the web development business for over a decade, has written and contributed to multiple OSS projects, most notably Slick Carousel and Webpack Dashboard. In his free time, he cracks jokes on the Undefined podcast with one of his all-time best buddies, Jared Palmer, takes care of his kids, and writes awesome music.
Web Engineer. At different times he used different languages and directions, and in the last few years, he has focused on JS. Sergey is interested in developing CG applications, actively contributes to webpack, loves rare tasks such as analysis and work with AST, self-written bundlers, etc.
Phil is Principal Developer Experience Engineer at Netlify.
With a passion for browser technologies, and the empowering properties of the web, he loves seeking out ingenuity and simplicity, especially in places where over-engineering is common.
After more than 20 years of building web applications for companies such as Google, Apple, Nike, R/GA, and The London Stock Exchange, Phil has worked to challenge traditional technical architectures in favour of simplicity and effectiveness.
Phil is co-author of "Modern Web Development on the JAMstack" (O’Reilly, 2019).
Tech lead in KURS company, tutor at MIPT. Has more than 15 years of experience in IT. Writes code and manages projects ranging from ERP systems customization to building a real-time webscraping system. Sometimes shares his experience as a speaker at conferences and meetups.
Alexey worked in companies such as Rambler Group, Raiffeisen Bank, Waves as a Senior Engineer/Team Lead. He's a Ph.D. and Community Leader of Facebook Developer Circle: Moscow. Alexey is fond of the development of Data-Driven Web Applications, Cyber Security, ML&AI.
15 years of JS everywhere: from microcontrollers to rendering video in the cloud. More than 6 years of educational experience (at two universities and Illya's own courses), Ph.D. in Computer Science (field of interest: System Analysis and Theory of optimal decisions). Now works as front-end developer in GitLab.
Software Engineer at Hasura, based in Wrocław, Poland. Worked as a full-stack developer for quite some time with many different languages such as Elixir, Golang, Python, TypeScript. Now focused on the frontend side of the Hasura Console. In love with building modern, scalable applications with exceptional user experience.
Eunjae is a software engineer at Algolia. He gets excited when learning new things and loves building tools to make life easier. He was born and raised in South Korea. He moved to Singapore in 2017 and now lives in Paris since 2019. He is happily working in Algolia, surrounded by amazing colleagues.
GraphQL rockstar, developer of Internet products, OSS maintainer. Since 2001 Pavel's main specialization is web technologies. He has extensive practical knowledge on backend/frontend development, administration, and architecture. Since the end of 2015, Pavel's main focus is on isomorphic applications. In summer 2016 he began the development of graphql-compose (GraphQL schema generator) in open source.
Rajat has been involved in several engineering challenges at Netflix, including Conditional Runtime Bundler called Codex, Netflix's NodeJS PaaS called NodeQuark.
He also maintains and is a core contributor to Restify.
Vitaly is a co-founder of IT61. He developed various projects with different platforms and frameworks. He has experience with .NET, Node.js, and Ruby on Rails. He loves open source software and browsers. Vitaly joined the PhantomJS project in 2013 and later became the core developer. He believes that browsers (not robots) will rule the world. A big fan of pure and solid code. Perfectionist.
Minko is an engineer in the Angular team at Google. He loves to experiment with abstract theoretical computer science concepts and transform them into robust industrial solutions. Minko's working on compilers, tools for static code analysis, and machine learning. Some of his projects are the book "Switching to Angular", Guess.js, codelyzer, the official Angular style guide, the Go linter revive, and many others.
Lives in St. Petersburg. Created web applications and games at Tinkoff. Now works at VK. Helps to organize meetings in St. Petersburg and JSNation conference in Amsterdam. He came to programming because he wanted to develop games and gradually began to do this at work.
True Internet developer since 2008. The character is consistent. He has good relations with his workmates. Impeccably executes code review. Merciless to bugs in production. A good sportsman: the company's champion in typing speed using the ten-finger blind method. Married, was involved in backend development in 2011-2014, since then he hasn't been noticed in the relations defaming him. Adheres to reactive views. Marked with certificates and thanks.
Vsevolod has more than 10 years in IT industry. He tried his hands at different roles and directions. He worked with automated testing, fullstack development in different languages. Some time ago he lived in California and worked under contract at Google. Managed to work with various clients from financial sector. Worked at NEO SPCC startup where he was developing on Go.
Oleg works on enterprise Java web apps for 10 years already, his primary specialization is E-Government information systems in Public Administration. Today he is employed by JUG Ru Group. Prior to joining JRG Oleg was working at Sberbank Technology where he was solving architectural problems and research in the field of automated business process management systems. And many things prior to STB like gosuslugi.ru (central e-government portal in Russia), Integrated Electronic Medical Record (central medical portal), information analysis and emergency calls system for Russian citizens, The IUPAT Integrated Member Services information system in the USA, MMORPG games at Playtox, Flussonic streaming media server and StarView Operational Intelligence platform (JVM-based programming language and IDE).
Likes Clojure, PostgreSQL, open-source code and open standards, flexible and careful approach in development. Actively participates in St. Petersburg communities FProg and Piter-United and Internet community Clojurians. Most part of his code and almost all his presentations can be found on GitHub — niquola.
Михаил много лет работает в IT-сфере, программировал, преподавал в университетах России и Финляндии, выступает на конференциях и в шутку говорит, что защитил кандидатскую по нейросетям до того, как они стали «cool again». 20 лет работает в Финляндии, из которых последние 12 руководит командами и бизнесом в консалтинговой финской компании Futurice, известной своей уникальной открытой культурой и полной внутренней финансовой и операционной прозрачностью. В настоящее время Михаил занимает должность VP, Global Head of Software Development. В своих выступлениях с удовольствием делится многолетним практическим опытом управления командами, построения открытой культуры и мотивацией сотрудников.
Lead frontend developer at HeadHunter. Started from an intern at HeadHunter developers school and now he has been teaching for over 5 years in this school. Nikita has been working at 5 different teams during all career. A member of the architecture team for the last year. The security of user data, the architecture, and the infrastructure of the project are the most important things at his work.
Works in Ad Engineering team at Fandom, bringing content to 200M unique visitors per month. Jacek is a huge fan of browser APIs and Web Components. Having worked much as backend engineer with Python he adopted the Zen, especially Simple Is Better Than Complex. He's a developer with too much taste for breadth-first exploration, struggling with work-life balance.
Web UI Tech Lead в проекте Auobahn Platform компании Deutsche Bank. Full Stack разработчик с более чем 10-летним опытом, в профессии разработчика интересно всё — от тонкостей серверной архитектуры до пределов возможностей браузера для отрисовки пользовательских интерфейсов.
Vitaliy Aksenov currently is a researcher at ITMO University. His research focuses on practice and theory of concurrent data structures.
Before ITMO University, Vitaliy was a post-doc in IST Austria under the guidance of professor Dan Alistarh and received his PhD from Paris 7 Diderot and ITMO University under the guidance of professor Petr Kuznetsov.