DEVWorld 2025

DEVWORLD CONFERENCE

Developer Conference for Tech Teams

  • 27-28 February 2025
  • RAI Amsterdam
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Disneyland

For Developers

🇳🇱 Meet & Greet City Tours by Bike or by soaking in the beautiful Canals by Foot.

🕹️ Done with the talks for a second? Go back in time with Tetris, Pacman, Street Fighter and More!

🏎️ First Time ever experienced AR Laser Gaming or Race like Max Verstappen?

🤝 Endless Networking at the Official 5-in-1 Conference Party with FREE DRINKS 🤯 and participate in the Largest Tech Meetup ever seen

🖨️ Visit Janos Kehl for a 3D Printing Workshop or for your Personal Printing Requests!

💲 Unique discounts from Amsterdam's best Experiences, Museums, Restaurants & Bars!

🎙️ Listen to Podcasts and Watch Devworld TV at the Glass Dome in the middle of the Hall whilst Chilling on your bean bag.

🎥 Hour to spare? Watch Startrek, Harry Potter or any other favorite series or movie at the Devworld Cinema!

  • Amsterdam Spui

    Most Beautiful Tech Capital in Europe

    Enjoy endless ways in the Beautifull City of Amsterdam along the Canals, on the water, in Bars & Restaurants or prime experiences. Devworld Conference will offer you the best Deals in Town for Free or with Discount!

  • Amsterdam Prinsengracht

    Free City Tours

    Enjoy numerous ways to discover the beautiful Amsterdam Canals with Free Walking & Biking tours or endless City Discounts to visit Museums, Canal Tours and more for Free as a Devworld Attendee!

  • Dutch snacks

    Food & Drink Discounts

    Restaurant? Bar? Game of Pool? We arranged special deals for you ALL OVER TOWN to enjoy, so you can SAVE MONEY to spend on new memories!

  • Amsterdam Transportation map

    Hotel Stay

    In need of Hotel Stay? We have selected a wide variety of the best Stays in Amsterdam at every price point!

Tracks

  • jsworld-stage

    Frontend World

    Click here to read more about Frontend World taking place during Devworld Conference 2024 to learn everything about the Latest in Frontend Development.

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    Backend World

    Features: Microservices, Java/Kotlin, Python, Ruby, Scalability, Refactoring, APIs, DDD, Event Sourcing, CQRS, Relational, NoSQL, Graph and New age databases.

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    Future of AI

    10x your developer and team Productivity with ChatGPT (4) and Github Copilot. The shaping of engineering with AI by Leaders and AI Gardeners.

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    DevOps & Cloud

    How to enable the improvements in time-to-market and customer experience with digital transformation-related initiatives like cloud migration, microservices, observability and CI/CD.

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    Dana Mikhailova

    Creative Tech Strategist specializing in Generative AI.

    GEN AI UNBOUND: Creative tech strategist specializing in Generative AI. With a passion for human-centric and eco-conscious solutions, she helps global brands establish and run innovation labs, craft unique value propositions, and shape meaningful customer experiences.

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    Evan You

    Creator of Vue & Vite

    STATE OF VUE & VITE | Evan is an independent software developer currently based in Singapore. He is the creator of the JavaScript framework Vite & Vue.js and the frontend build tool Vite. Most of his work is open source and publicly available on GitHub. If you happen to benefit from his OSS work, you can support him financially via GitHub Sponsors.

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    Angie Jones

    Vice President of Global Developer Relations

    International keynote speaker who teaches workshops and gives conference talks on software development and decentralized technologies. Certified Java programmer and Java Champion with a knack for innovation. Creator of 27 patented inventions in the areas of metaverse, collaboration software, social networking, smarter planet, and software development processes. Featured in Business Insider, Ebony magazine as one of the country's 30 young leaders under the age of 30; Women of Color magazine as a "Technology Rising Star"; Triangle Times as a "mover and shaker in the IBM corporation", and Spectacular magazine as the "Future of Tech in the Triangle". Committed to mentoring young women and exposing them to technology. In spare time, runs an online community, Diva Chix, where teenage girls and women learn to excel in technological areas as well as learn other key life lessons such as running a business and working as a team...all within the realm of a game.

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    Scott Chacon

    Co-Founder at Github

    Scott Chacon is the co-founder of GitHub; now co-founder of GitButler, a next generation version control client, based in Berlin. Scott helped grow GitHub from 4 cofounders to 450 employees over 8 years, eventually being acquired by Microsoft for $7.5 billion. Scott is also the author of Pro Git, published by Apress and found online at git-scm.com. In unrelated news, he holds a WSET Level 3 certification in Wines and Spirits and owns a dog rescue outside of Berlin.

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    Ryan Dahl

    Creator of Node.js

    Creator of the Node.js JavaScript runtime as well as the Deno JavaScript/TypeScript runtime.

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    Lee Boonstra

    Software Engineer & Advocate for the Office of the CTO @Google

    Conversational AI Expert at Google: The Office of the CTO (OCTO) is a diverse team of highly experienced engineers and technologists, working on behalf of the Cloud CEO, whose mission is to foster market-disrupting collaborative innovation between Google and the world’s most ambitious organizations. The customers we engage have hard technical problems and strong brand identities. In 2022, the OCTO team is starting an incubation/acceleration program (called the “Applied Innovation Factory”) to test the boundaries on ideas that could cause strategic shifts in industry and GCP’s business. We seek impact in everything from futuristic computing issues to AI and Voice technology.

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    Julia Flament-Wallin

    Engineering Manager @TomTom

    Julia Flament - Wallin is a Value driven Engineering leader with a strong technical background working at TomTom. She gravitates towards AI, Data Engineering, cloud, NLP and graph stuff.

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    Behrad Babaee

    Developer Advocate

    Technology Evangelist with expertise in building high-performance, low-latency, and hyper-scale data-intensive solutions. In recent years, Behrad's passion has been devoted to advocating NoSQL database solutions, including Aerospike, Cassandra, Titan, and MongoDB. He firmly believes in the transformative power of modern technology and actively endeavours to promote its adoption. His commitment to harnessing technology's potential for the betterment of society underscores his role as a thought leader in the ever-evolving tech landscape.

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    Linus Ekenstam

    AI gardener and Entrepreneur

    Future of AI | Exploring the world of AI Technology and creator of bedtimestory.ai, previous typeform. Writing about AutoGPT, MedGPT, Midjourney and more!

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    Stacy Cashmore

    Tech Explorer DevOps @Omniplan

    Devops & Cloud | Building dynamic applications using C#, Azure Functions and Azure Static Web Apps

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    Jessy The

    Starting with Web3

    Blockchain | How to start with Block Chain Development? A free intro workshop with Jessy on the beginnings of Blockchain Development.

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    Rodger Werkhoven

    Executive Creative Director @ iO

    Future of AI | Contribution of making OpenAI's generative AI safe for Beta and public launch. Rodger is an Amsterdam based creative director, now working for iO, with an innate curiosity regarding ALL things scientific, cultural, artsy and nerdy. Rodger is no now testing DALL-E Experimental for OpenAI. Soon to become DALL-E 3. Rodger advises advertising and design companies on the topic of AI and its impact on the creative industry.

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    Daniel Gebler

    Chief Technology Officer @Picnic

    Team & Leadership | Building the world’s fastest growing online supermarket that makes grocery shopping simple, fun, and affordable for everyone.

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    Sven Peters

    DevOps Advocate @Atlassian

    Team & Leadership | Uncovering the cultural and technical attributes to help development teams work effectively and drive innovation. He has 20 years experience in writing code, leading teams, and sharing his experience with thousands of developers at uncountable conferences in 25+ countries.

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    Minko Gechev

    Angular Core Team @ Google

    Frontend | Google created the JavaScript Leading Framework Angular. Minko and his team will be bringing us the latest updates and released within the world of Angular and what there is still to come.

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    Ian Sleebe

    Senior Solution Architect @Zoom

    Future of AI | As generative AI has taken over workflows and the world, many people and companies are wondering how to make sure we stay compliant with local legislation, but most importantly: Keep our data safe. During this talk track we will go over data governance, creating a product management flow that will bring a unified messaging for your organization, and finally how does Zoom leverage AI from ideation to product

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    Lauren Sharman

    Vice President @Two Sigma Ventures

    Future of AI | Lauren Sharman is Head of Marketing & Platform at Two Sigma Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm investing in companies applying advancements in data science, AI, and computing to create the future. She oversees the firm's post-investment support, ecosystem partnerships, and marketing, and partners with the fund's 100+ startups on their growth ambitions. Lauren contributes expertise to a number of AI organisations including The University of Oxford AI Network and WomenOfAI.org, and her thought leadership on emerging technologies has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Forbes, and more. Lauren holds an MA from The University of Oxford and a BA from New York University, where she graduated summa cum laude.

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    Cato Bui

    Global Chief of Staff @DEPT®

    Future of AI | Prepare to Pioneer Cato Bui is a professional with extensive experience in strategy, innovation, and consulting. She is currently the Global Chief of Staff at DEPT®, a pioneering technology and marketing services company that creates end-to-end digital experiences for global brands such as Google, Audi, KFC, Patagonia, Twitch, eBay, and Philips. We help our clients to pioneer by investing in innovation, and by leveraging our proprietary tech, data, and knowledge platforms for all our clients worldwide. We are experts in Technology Strategy & Architecture, Mobile App & Web Development, CX/UX, Commerce Platform, Cloud Engineering, and Artificial Intelligence. In 2022, the company launched WEB3/DEPT® - a global team of over 300 specialists including solidity engineers, ethicists, economists and game designers to build Web3 and the Metaverse.

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    Tom Geurts

    Technical Director @GoSpooky

    Future of AI | Excels in immersive tech, augmented reality, and interactive storytelling for industry giants like Verizon, Dior, Nike, and Disney. With over 14 years of experience, Tom's expertise spans motion graphics, gaming, and creative coding. He strives to create memorable mobile AR experiences that captivate both brands and their audiences. Prepare to be enlightened as Tom shares valuable insights and lessons from his extensive background in social AR.

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    Abdessamad Dari

    Managing Director @TechGrounds

    Soft Skills | Solving the mismatch in the IT industry. Abdessamad Dari, born in 1992, is the managing director at Techgrounds, an organization focused on making IT education accessible and promoting diversity in the IT industry. Techgrounds offers free IT courses, training participants for various IT roles. Dari is committed to uncovering hidden talent and fostering diversity within his own organization, believing it leads to innovation and success.

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    Germán Bencci

    Chief Executive Officer @CodeYourFuture

    Soft Skills | What Engineers and Companies Can Do to Increase Social Impact. Germán is the founder of CodeYourFuture, a community-led organisation changing people’s lives by offering accessible training for people of refugee and low-income backgrounds, helping them start thriving software development careers. In the past, Germán worked in open innovation roles and has led artistic productions and fundraising campaigns. He holds degrees in Engineering and Literature.

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    Cyril Cermak

    iOS System Architect @Porsche

    Security | As a system architect, Cyril is leading teams to achieve the state of the art mobile engineering. Cyril is passionate about iOS security, modular architecture and reverse engineering of iOS apps about which he does talks and workshops about.

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    Will Scougal

    Global Director Creative Strategy @Snap Inc

    Web 3 | Will helped build and lead creatively driven businesses. Will is a global marketer, strategist and creative with a proven track record building high performance teams that simplify and scale new ideas through innovative and effective marketing strategies and creative techniques. Will spent 7 years at Snapchat as Global Director of Creative Strategy. During that time he was responsible for building the augmented reality business in EMEA from the first sponsored AR experience to being one of the largest AR advertising businesses in the world today. Prior to Snapchat he was Head of Brand Strategy at Twitter where he built the team to be the most creatively awarded globally.

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    Albert-Jan Schot

    Chief Technology Officer @Blis Digital

    Backend | Developers still rule the world! But with Low-code platforms emerging as a popular tool for accelerating development cycles it makes sense to have a look at what is possible nowadays. In this session, we explore how Fusion development - the combination of low-code and full code development - can help teams balance speed and flexibility to deliver high-quality applications at scale as well as enable the business to adapt to the ever changing requirements of customers.

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    Thijs de Maa

    Senior Software Engineer @bunq

    Frontend | How to leverage code generators and AI to optimize developer efficiency, and how writing clean, reusable, and extremely readable code almost negates the need for writing documentation. This reflects bunq’s transition into an established international scaleup, able to drive innovation in the financial sector faster and more efficiently than legacy banks.

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    Igor Sydorenko

    Senior Manager, AEM/WF/Commerce @Adobe

    DevOps & Cloud | Explore key considerations, real-world case studies, and actionable insights for a seamless transition.

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    Lyudmyla Baron

    Technology Leader @PVH

    Future of AI | Explore the unlimited potential of artificial intelligence as the ultimate tool for human augmentation. This session illuminates how AI eases tasks, scales capabilities, and removes obstacles to progress. Examples from diverse fields illustrate AI's profound role in advancing society and technology. In addition to amplifying abilities, AI also augments human flaws. Let’s confront the dark side of AI and discuss our role as developers and tech leaders in mitigating these challenges. Every line of code contributes to a future shaped by artificial intelligence. Ultimately as creators of augmenting technology we shoulder the responsibility in ensuring AI not only enhances human abilities but also corrects its flaws. We don't just witness the future—we create it. Don't miss this opportunity to discover how each keystroke is influencing humanity's grand masterpiece—our future. Let's craft it with care, together.Unsupervised AI scan tool -

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    Shivany Powani

    Senior Technical Program Manager @C&A

    Team & Leadership | As a program manager, much of your job consists of supporting and guiding teams to make better decisions. We are not decision makers, we are facilitators to good decision making. Influencing without authority is a key responsibility and it's a demanding one. Here, you will get tips and tricks from my book to be an empathetic and charismatic leader.

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    Angèle Géraud

    Senior Backend Developer @Ticket Swap

    Soft Skills | Ever had a project that ran way overtime because the solution you had in your mind didn’t turn out to be as feasible as you expected? Ever spent time meticulously planning and estimating, only to be later burned alive by the dragons of unforeseen complexity? Stop thinking about the problem. Get your team in a room and hack something together!

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    Harish Kandala

    Enterprise Engineer @ Meta

    Backend | Delving into traditional threads, coroutines, the actor model, and async/await, this talk provides real-world examples and insightful comparisons to highlight the unique strengths and trade-offs of each model. By gaining a better understanding of these models, developers will be equipped to make informed decisions when tackling concurrent programming challenges.

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    Harijs Deksnis

    Director of Software Engineering @ Passionate People

    Soft Skills | How have humans historically organized their work, from the structures of military formations and guilds, to the seismic shifts during the industrial revolution, leading up to the present-day realities of a fast-paced, agile-driven, and increasingly remote work environment. As tech leaders our quest is to build high-performing tech teams. Let's try to delve into the wisdom, ideas, and strategies available for leaders who have the opportunity to reimagine their organisations from scratch or revamp existing structures. Let's look at the elements of team design that drive productivity and success in the tech industry today.

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    Marek Kiszkis

    Software Engineer @Netflix

    Team & Leadership | It's easy to get lost in the everyday rush. In this talk I will show you how important it is to take a step back and look at the big picture - even where there's no time. I'll also talk about some timeless principles that you can refer to, so that you know if you're doing things right. All this will be based on real life stories at Netflix Engineering

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    Julia Flament-Wallin

    Engineering Manager @TomTom

    Future of AI | How TomTom leverages AI to build great maps at massive scale

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    Jatin Ramanathan

    Technical Lead @ Google Wiz Framework

    Frontend | Wiz which runs most of Google's consumer web apps. Wiz handles the controllers/models/views, and Photos leverages Closure for the templates, and JsAction for the event delegation.

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    Houssein Djirdeh

    Senior Software Engineer @ Google

    Frontend | Chrome Aurora Core Team Member and Senior Software Engineer at Google starting of in 2018 as a Developer Advocate.

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    Deepu K Sasidharan

    Java Champion, JHipster co-lead and Developer Advocate @ Okta

    Backend | A service-mesh makes building microservices easier. Istio moves the responsibility of service discovery, load balancing, circuit breaking, monitoring, etc from the application to the platform(Kubernetes) thus letting the developers focus on the business code. But setting it up could be a daunting task for beginners and pros alike, this is where JHipster steps in and makes everything a cakewalk. As a bonus learn how Istio works in the process. JHipster is a widely-used OSS application development platform for creating web applications and microservices in minutes. You will learn how to create a production-grade java microservice architecture with Spring Boot, Istio, Docker, Kubernetes & JHipster and deploy it to cloud under 30 minutes.

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    Emanuele Mercanti

    Machine Learning Engineer @Reddit

    Future of AI | In an era where privacy is increasingly paramount, it is crucial that the advertising industry adapt to the evolving needs and expectations of users. This talk explores how Reddit is leveraging Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning to create user-centric and privacy-conscious advertising models. We will delve into how different techniques are employed to generate robust and meaningful signals for ad targeting. With these signals, drawn from the vast ocean of user-generated content on Reddit, we are able to interpret and understand the nuances of user interactions and discussions. Yet, unlike conventional methods, our approach does not involve explicit personal data collection, thus ensuring respect for user privacy.

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    David Vlijmincx

    Senior Software Developer @Team Rockstars IT

    Backend | Java 21 releases one of the most anticipated features, virtual threads, and previews structured concurrency. It rethinks the way multithreading works in Java. It was born out of the idea that reactive Java is too complicated and blocking threads has to be cheap. Resulting in the new virtual threads that we run thousands of! The aim of virtual threads and structured concurrency is to have high-throughput lightweight threads and new programming models on the Java platform. In this talk, I will demonstrate virtual threads and how to create and manage them using structured concurrency. Furthermore, I'll provide some practical advice to avoid pitfalls when you start using virtual threads in your application.

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    Adrian Precub

    Staff Engineer @TomTom

    DevOps & Cloud | We will start by examining the server setup and providing an overview of the Azure Kubernetes Cluster that we have implemented on the TomTom side. Next, we will briefly explain the client setup and how TomTom services are utilized. After that, we will delve into TCP packet captures, demonstrating how firewalls can affect the delivery of your initial HTTP request to its intended destination. Please note that this presentation will involve technical details, including scripts and screenshots of tcpdump.

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    Tamal Dutta

    Senior Product Manager@project44

    Product | Enter the evolving realm of Product Management in India, a fast-growing field full of energy and fresh ideas. India's diverse population base brings unique challenges, shaping a distinctive direction towards product-building. Join us for a fun exploration of product principles in the Indian business context and desi cultural quirks that are making waves across the globe. In this session, we shall discover key lessons from the Indian tech industry and see how they apply to the evolving European market.

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    Samantha Greatorex

    Technical Architect @Zoom

    Backend | Zooming in on an End-to-End Video Solution: Using Zoom's Video SDK

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    Shai Reznik

    DevRel @ Qwik Framework & CEO @HiRez.io

    Frontend | The instant web revolution has begun! "wow... that's a big statement Shai!" I know, but this statement is based on a research and thorough analysis of the past 26 years of web development, the recurring patterns that affected the transition between web technologies and the current trends and direction things are going towards. All signs show that we’re at the beginning of a new generation of web frameworks.. and the first framework of this new generation is Qwik, which has reached v1.0 "Why should we care about it?" Qwik allows JavaScript developers to write any size app and have it load instantly, with no extra effort. It completely eliminates the need to manually optimize your app for performance, and that pays dividends especially as your app grows. Businesses gain better SEO ranking, conversions and User experience while developers can focus on building features instead of chasing after performance issues. Basically, Qwik introduces the same revolution that video streaming brought to the world. So if we don't want to become the next ""Blockbuster"" in the Netflix story, we need to understand the next evolution in web development and how to adapt to it. In this talk, we'll cover the past, present and future of web development, but more importantly, we'll get an awesome introduction to this new and innovative framework and the cool & new technology behind it.

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    Önder Ceylan

    Technical Lead @IKIGAI Ventures

    DevOps & Cloud | Are you ready to challenge the status quo and explore the intricacies of browser automation? Join us as we dive into the powerful world of Puppeteer and Playwright to demonstrate how these tools can revolutionize your development and testing workflows. We'll scrutinize the traditional use cases of browser automation and venture beyond the usual scraping content or automated form submission. This fast-paced, highly interactive talk casts a critical eye on de-facto solutions while uncovering hidden treasures from classical practices. We'll showcase real-life examples demonstrating the power of applicable browser instrumentation and automation, putting the spotlight on out-of-the-box approaches and creative techniques. You'll get insights into harnessing the strengths of Chromium DevTools Protocol, Protocol Monitor, and cloud functions (FaaS) to reimagine the limits of what's possible with browser automation. Designed for software and QA engineers in search of novel ideas and fresh challenges, our talk will focus on JavaScript-based solutions. Expect to leave with valuable tips and tricks, a thorough understanding of developer tools such as Puppeteer and Playwright, and renewed inspiration for tackling the next big project.

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    Alexey Soshin

    Senior Solutions Architect @AWS

    Backend | In this presentation, we will explore the emergence of new architectural patterns like API Gateway and Backend For Frontend in the era of microservices. We will delve into the specific challenges these patterns address, which were not prevalent in monolithic architectures. Additionally, we will examine the convenient solutions offered by cloud providers like AWS and explore how leveraging the Kotlin programming language can enhance the advantages of these patterns.

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    Henk Boelman

    Senior Cloud Advocate @Microsoft

    Future of AI | Artificial intelligence is rapidly changing the world we live in, and Microsoft is at the forefront of this exciting revolution. Join us for a session where we'll explore the latest innovation from Microsoft and GitHub on AI. Let's explore the latest technologies, including Azure OpenAI, Neural voice, and GitHub Co-pilot. With Co-pilot, an AI-powered coding assistant that suggests code snippets based on project context, developers can boost productivity. We'll also discuss the importance of developing AI in a way that benefits society as a whole. Don't miss this opportunity to learn and discover how you can leverage AI to drive innovation in your own organization.

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    Michiel Hamers

    Solution Lead Microsoft Azure Cloud @Ordina

    DevOps & Cloud | Azure App Service has been available for some time, yet developers and cloud engineers often find themselves puzzled by its performance intricacies. Join us on an in-depth exploration of Azure App Service, where we'll delve into topics such as scaling, performance, and pricing. Through the lens of performance engineering, we'll demonstrate how to determine the ideal sizing and auto-scale settings to enhance your environment. Let's collaboratively uncover the boundaries within Azure App Service and share our best practices for maximizing its potential!

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    Daniel Laskewitz

    Senior Cloud Advocate @Microsoft

    DevOps & Cloud | Join me for a session on the Microsoft Power Platform, a dynamic low-code platform that provides an ideal space for developers like you. With the Power Platform, business users gain the ability to create their own apps, workflows, chatbots, and websites effortlessly by leveraging intuitive low-code editors. One vital component within this platform is the connector, acting as a convenient wrapper around APIs. Connectors empower business users to seamlessly communicate with APIs, eliminating the need to grapple with complex concepts such as HTTP requests and responses. During this session, we will dive into the world of custom connectors. Discover how you can develop and deploy your very own connector, enabling millions of business users to leverage your creation and build their unique solutions. Step beyond building for your individual use cases and become a catalyst for innovation across a vast network of empowered business users. Join me in this session as we explore the immense potential of custom connectors in the Microsoft Power Platform and embark on a journey to revolutionize the way businesses create applications, workflows, chatbots, and websites.

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    Mitch

    Curriculum consultant @CodeYourFuture

    Frontend | This interactive workshop provides a unique and enjoyable entry point for individuals interested in exploring the world of programming through the lens of exploration and "play". Delving into a collection of challenges, puzzles, and board games, attendees will explore, learn and collaborate together - whilst having fun at the same time! At the same time, all our activities are offline, so no computers are required for participation.

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    Lee Boonstra

    Software Engineer & Advocate for the Office of the CTO @Google

    Future of AI | Discover Generative AI and Large Language Models! Join Lee Boonstra, as she provides a beginner's guide to these powerful technologies. Learn how they work, their diverse applications in text generation, translation, and more. Delve into the potential risks and benefits, and explore how we can ensure responsible use. Don't miss this insightful talk on the introduction, workings, use cases, risks, benefits, and future of Generative AI and Large Language Models.

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    Bakhtar Sobat

    Android chapter lead @ABN AMRO

    Frontend | Enhance and improve user experience with BFF. An online modern user-facing application consists of two components; a client-side and a server-side, known as Backend For Frontend (BFF).

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    Albert Brand

    Solution Architect @Xebia

    DevOps & Cloud | Domain driven design is becoming the de facto choice for many developers on how to structure their applications. However, 20 years since the inception of DDD, the world has changed and cloud is everywhere. Does it still make sense to use DDD patterns in a cloud native world? In this talk I will go over all the building blocks of a DDD architecture and how they map on Google Cloud. You will get a pretty good idea on how to tackle complexity in a modern cloud environment.

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    Laura Begieneman

    Solution Engineers Manager Europe @Atlassian

    DevOps & Cloud | How we in Atlassian are currently undergoing a lot of customer migrations from on-premises to the cloud. This complex undertaking requires careful planning, expertise, and coordination. However, the benefits of cloud migration, including increased agility, cost savings, and improved scalability and security, make it a compelling choice for many organizations seeking to modernize their infrastructure and embrace the advantages of cloud computing.

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    Talita Gregory

    Software Engineer II @Spotify

    Frontend | Backstage is known for helping developers focus on what truly matters — creating remarkable features, maintaining services, and expanding knowledge. But how can we take it to the next level? In this talk, we're shifting gears and diving into the realm of Backstage plugins. Join us as we explore how the Lighthouse squad from Spotify leverages Backstage to communicate different performance and quality insights throughout their organization. More importantly, discover how YOU can leverage the magic of Backstage plugins to tap into the rhythm of collaboration, harmonize your communication channels, and rock the stage like never before.

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    Twan Koot

    Lead performance engineer & Codesmith @Ordina

    DevOps & Cloud | Azure App Service has been available for some time, yet developers and cloud engineers often find themselves puzzled by its performance intricacies. Join us on an in-depth exploration of Azure App Service, where we'll delve into topics such as scaling, performance, and pricing. Through the lens of performance engineering, we'll demonstrate how to determine the ideal sizing and auto-scale settings to enhance your environment. Let's collaboratively uncover the boundaries within Azure App Service and share our best practices for maximizing its potential!

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    Sandor Voordes

    Head of Engineering @DEPT®

    Future of AI | Prepare to Pioneer Sandor Voordes is the Head of Engineering at DEPT®, leading a technology and platform agnostic team of over 100 engineers. With a strong focus on delivering comprehensive solutions, Sandor's team integrates content, commerce, and experience seamlessly with the business systems of clients. Working with global brands such as Ahold Delhaize, Smart, Samsung, Eneco, and Inter Milan, Sandor leverages cloud, integrations, and data to build a 360 composable tech solution. Their dedication to driving quality ensures that businesses can thrive in the digital landscape with a holistic and cutting-edge approach to their digital transformation journey.

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    Scott Stroz

    MySQL Developer Advocate @ Oracle

    Backend | MySQL Document Store offers developers the best features of NoSQL and traditional SQL-based databases. In this session, we will discuss how we can use Node.js to access a MySQL Document Store, create/remove collections, create/update/remove documents, retrieve, filter, & sort document lists, and leverage raw SQL to retrieve aggregate data for reporting purposes.

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    Sharon Klaver

    Founder & Managing Director @Builders

    Team & Leadership | Given the rapid pace of market change, startups also require to keep reimagine their go-to-market strategy, especially in the era of product-led growth. If all your competitors are doing ad campaigns and hard sales, learn how you can create the most optimised marketing strategy to stand out.

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    Munzur Rahman

    Lead Security Engineer @KPN

    Security | Software developers are the core of everything we do in this hyper connected digital universe. “Empowering Developers through Threat Modeling Excellence” emphasizes involving developers, providing knowledge/tools, and integrating threat modeling into the software development lifecycle for secure software design. It covers strategies, best practices, benefits, real-world case studies, and fostering a security culture.

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    Shruti Thukral

    DevOps Engineer @ING

    Security | In an era of evolving cyber threats and sophisticated attacks, traditional security models are no longer sufficient to protect our digital assets. Enter Zero Trust Architecture—a paradigm shift that challenges the long-standing assumption of trust within networks. Join us as we uncover the key considerations and strategies for deploying Zero Trust, emphasizing continuous verification, strict access controls, and proactive threat detection.

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    Raluca Ionescu

    Multi Solution Architect @adobe

    DevOps & Cloud | Learn about fit for purpose solutions at scale in Adobe Experience Cloud and integration patterns. No matter if you buy off the shelves or build your own custom solution, you need to assess and address the impact of information latency to your business agility, goals and to your customer experiences.

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    Krista Den Uijl

    Chief Information Officer @Knab

    Team & Leadership| Krista is a highly skilled CTO at online bank Knab. With her passion for transformation and broad experience in the financial sector, she has delivered impressive achievements in digitalization in recent years. As an expert at the intersection of business and IT, Krista has utilized her skills and drive to help Knab evolve in a constantly changing digital landscape. Krista's talent for connecting and inspiring her team to collaborate has helped Knab achieve better results for their customers. With her team, she is developing the IT platform for the future, which is key for Knab to be the digital but human bank that makes our entrepreneurs feel at ease with their finances, every day.

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    Louëlla Creemers

    .NET developer @4DotNet

    Backend | Web Developer from Rotterdam, with a passion for .NET development. At the early stage of her career she’s already a Microsoft MVP

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    Alessandro Vozza

    Platform Developers

    DevOps & Cloud | CNCF ambassador, spending the last few years building cloud native infrastructures for Microsoft customers, animating the Dutch community, and training others to pass the CKx exams. He has passion for all things cloud native, he's been around open source for 25 years and recently moved to a new Developer Relations role at Solo.io, where he's on a mission to install a service mesh in every Kubernetes cluster he gets his hands on.

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    Mike Martin

    Cloud Solution Architect

    DevOps & Cloud | As a Microsoft Technical Evangelist, Mike is an Azure goto for ISV’s (independent software vendors). He’s been active in the IT industry for more than 20 years and has performed almost all types of job profiles, going from coaching and leading a team to architecting and systems design and training. Today he’s primarily into the Microsoft Cloud Platform and Application Lifecycle Management. He’s not a stranger to both dev and IT Pro topics, they even call him the perfect hybrid solution.

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    Kevin Dubois

    Principal Developer Advocate

    DevOps & Cloud | Software Engineer, author and international speaker with a passion for Open Source, Java (Quarkus), and Cloud Native Development & Deployment practices. He currently works as developer advocate at Red Hat where he gets to enjoy working with Open Source projects and improving the developer experience. He previously worked as a (Lead) Software Engineer at a variety of organizations across the world ranging from small startups to large enterprises and even government agencies.

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    Nikola Mitrovic

    Development Lead & Software Engineer @Vega IT

    Frontend | Experienced JavaScript Software Engineer with 7 years in the industry. More skilled in Front-end Development, with high level of experience in working with Micro Front-end architecture, designing projects as a set of standalone components that include their own interfaces, logic, and storage, developing mini-applications independently, and composing them all together in the browser with different integration techniques.

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    Iulia Feroli

    Senior Developer Advocate @Elastic

    Backend | After working on many sides of tech (as a cloud architect at MSFT, a sales engineer and PMM at Dataiku) Iulia finally found her perfect match as a developer advocate at Elastic - focusing on creating content for, and learning from the tech community. She specialises in data science & AI solutions and loves creating videos, blogs, demos and sessions to get people excited about the possibilities of tech. Iulia loves to talk about anything NLP, cloud, data science 101, MLOPs, generative AI, and more.

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    Andreas Kollegger

    Senior Developer Advocate @Neo4j

    Backend | Andreas is a technological humanist. Starting at NASA, Andreas designed systems from scratch to support science missions. Then in Zambia, he built medical informatics systems to apply technology for social good. Now with Neo4j, he is democratizing graph databases to validate and extend our intuitions about how the world works. Everything is connected.

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    Lucy Mair

    Senior Software Engineer @CodeSignal

    Frontend | Lucy Mair is a senior front-end software developer at Codat, where they work primarily in TypeScript and React, with a bit of F# thrown in to keep things interesting. Their main passions on the programming front are functional programming and testing.

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    Peter Pistorius

    CEO and Founder @ Snaplet

    DevOps & Cloud | Co-Creator of RedwoodJS currently building Snaplet because he hates how hard it is for developers to code against realistic data.

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    Sanne Kalkman

    Senior Software Engineer @CodeSandbox

    Backend | Sanne is a Senior Software Engineer at CodeSandbox, where she is one of two engineers responsible for the application backend. At work, she is happily specialised in Elixir, but outside of tech she has way too many hobbies and a growing collection of art supplies.

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    Denny Biasiolli

    Full Stack Developer @Fingerprint

    Backend | Developer for (too) many years, I currently work using Python / Django in the backend and JavaScript / Vue.js in the frontend. Whenever possible, I try to contribute to projects on GitHub to help the open source community. I love exploring new technologies and new frameworks, trying to offer talks at international conferences to share what I learn, hoping it will be of help to other developers as well.

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    Roy Wasse

    Co Founder @OpenValue

    Team & Leadership | Passionate about software developer. Former speaker at conferences like Codemotion, Devoxx, JavaOne & JavaZone about various topics like Cryptograhy, Development trends, Java programming and Blockchain

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    Jonathan Vila

    Developer Advocate @sonarsource

    Backend | Java Champion, Organiser at BarcelonaJUG and cofounder of JBCNConf and DevBcn conferences in Barcelona. Currently working as Developer Advocate in Java for Sonarsource (SonarLint,SonarQube), focused on Clean Code & Security. Former SE at Tetrate, SSE at Red Hat in Keycloak team, SSE at Ocado Technology, SSE at Netcentric. I have worked as a (paid) developer since the first release of The Secret of Monkey Island, about 30 years ago using Go on Kubernetes for a Service Mesh layer on top of Istio | Java on Kubernetes for K8s Operator, Rest API, using Quarkus, GraalVM, Apache Camel | PHP | VB | Python | Delphi | JavaScript | Pascal | C Very interested in simulated reality, psychology and Java.

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    Sohan Maheshwar

    Lead Developer Advocate @Fermyon

    DevOps & Cloud | Sohan is a Lead Developer Advocate at Fermyon, based in the Netherlands. He started his career as a developer building bespoke mobile apps and has worked in the developer relations space since 2013, in companies such as Amazon, Gupshup and InMobi. He has always been interested in emerging technologies and how it shapes the world around us. His interests outside work include visual arts, trivia, and playing frisbee.

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    Valerio Bartolini

    Senior Software Engineer @Red Hat

    DevOps & Cloud | Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat with 10 years of experience, developing software in enterprise environments as well as startup. I hold a Master's Degree in Computer Engineering and has lived in 4 countries. Open source and sports enthusiast.

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    Mauro Mandracchia

    Frontend Tech Lead (Fullstack)

    Full Stack | Join me as we embark on an exciting exploration of the evolution of user interfaces (UIs) and data technologies.

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    Daniel Oh

    Java Champion & Sr Principal Dev Advocate @ Red Hat

    DevOps & Cloud | Join Daniel for a talk on Event-driven autoscaling for Serverless Java.

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    Cornelia Schaurecker

    Visionary AI and Data Leader, Global Advisor, former AI+Data global Leader Vodafone Group

    Future of AI | 🌐🤖 Dive into the world of industrialising AI, including AI Governance and Responsible AI by default!🚀 Join Cornelia Schaurecker, Strategic Advisor (Bain, CapGemini, Mindfuel, and others) for an insightful session on navigating AI regulations, building business benefits at scale and pace leveraging cloud, Automation, data product Management and AI Portfolio Management and ensuring ethical practices. 🌍🤝 Stay ahead in the tech game with Responsible AI by default!

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    Quazi Nafiul Islam

    Developer Advocate @SonarSource

    Backend | How did we get all the way to FastAPI? In this talk, we start from the humble CGI script and see how Python web development has changed over the decades.

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    Luca Palmieri

    Principal Engineering Consultant @Mainmatter

    Backend | Rust truly embodies the idea of a general purpose programming language. It spans the entire stack, from Linux drivers to web development. It isn't the perfect language for most domains, but it's a damn good language for most domains. This flexibility is what makes Rust so compelling: you need to invest time and effort to master it, but you're rewarded with a tool that can support you successfully in most of your endeavours. The return on investment is huge. Over the next decade, I expect Rust to become ubiquitous. Every developer will be working with it, either directly (by writing Rust code) or indirectly (by using libraries in other programming languages that wrap a Rust core). API development is the next ""big"" frontier for Rust: this talk will walk you through why that is the case and what you can expect to see in the coming years in this space.

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    Loïc Carbonne

    Head of ecommerce @Theodo

    DevOps & Cloud | For the past two years, reports on emerging technologies have shown a strong evolution toward composable architectures. A composable architecture consists of a set of reusable building blocks. These blocks can be custom-developed or built with the best in the market off-the-shelf SaaS blocks. A composable architecture pushes the boundaries of micro-services, allowing for greater agility, faster implementation, and improved user experience through strong modularity. During this talk, discover foundations and principles of composable architecture, and how to really benefit from its implementation.

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    Grigory Petrov

    DevRel @Singula.Team

    DevOps & Cloud | Twenty years ago our world was a simple place. We had Python, Ruby, PHP which were "scripting" or "interpreted" languages. Opposite to them, there were C++ and Java as "compiled" and "fast" ones, hundred times faster. Now, in 2023, C++ solves the "n-body problem" only marginally faster than JavaScript. But Python and Ruby are still a hundred times slower. This is not fair and there are lots of talks on how to make things faster using PyPy, Numba, CPython, etc. But my talk focuses on the "why" question. It's about compilers, bytecode, ceval.c, virtual machines, native extensions and all the reasons why we still hear "Python is slow" or "Ruby is slow" even if it's not true or doesn't matter.

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    Marc Backes

    DevRel Lead @WeAreDevelopers

    DevRel Lead at WeAreDevelopers, Freelance Full-Stack Developer, Love working with Vue, Nuxt, and Astro.

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    Daniel Thompson-Yvetot

    Cofounder @Tauri Apps

    Engineering Managers | The CRA is new European legislation that introduces the classical notion of product liability and manufacturer controls to software offered in the European marketplace. This talk will explain the novelty and challenges for not only proprietary software projects, but also demystify the compliance requirements that Open Source software projects will face.

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    Kaya Weers

    Software Engineer @Ordina

    Backend | Everybody knows the term design patterns. Some know the patterns and correct implementation by heart. Others vaguely recognize the pattern names but don’t recall the details. This talk is intended for the latter group. I’ll dive into a couple of design patterns using real-life examples. What would a design pattern look like in day-to-day life? We’ll follow Bobby and Billie and discover how a design pattern would behave in a non-digital environment: a supermarket! With the help of drawings and code snippets, this talk will give you a solid understanding of design patterns, so you won't have to look them up ever again!

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    Brian Vermeer

    Java Champions | Staff Developer Advocate @Snyk

    DevOps & Cloud | Building cloud-native applications is undoubtedly awesome. However, it comes with undeniable new risks. Next to your own code, you are relying on so many other things. Blindly depending on open-source libraries and Docker images can form a massive risk for your application. The wrong package can introduce severe vulnerabilities into your application, exposing your application and your user's data. Join this hands-on cloud-native live-hacking session where we’ll show common threats, vulnerabilities, and misconfiguration including the recently disclosed problems. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to protect your application with actionable remediation and best practices.

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    Alina Dima

    Senior Developer Advocate @ AWS IoT

    DevOps & Cloud | Managing large and heterogenous IoT fleets is complex and involves executing sets of operations (workflows), such as configuration management or over-the-air firmware updates. Integrity is key in rolling out configuration, bug fixes, and firmware. If integrity is not ensured, hasty rollouts of fixes to critical bugs and security vulnerabilities or new features introduce high risk to potentially leave devices in inconsistent states or bricked. Visibility, control and early evidence of success on a subset of devices is crucial before rolling out at full scale. Workflows are often distributed (executed on-devices, as well as other systems), could be long running and need to survive device reboots, offline behavior and be rolled back in case of failure. Embedded devices are inherently constrained, and are not well suited for driving complex and distributed workflows. In this session we will look at modelling workflows using Finite State Machines to break down complexity, and introduce an externalized, cloud managed approach to design, build, operate and remotely orchestrate resilient workflows, outside of the scope of specific request/response cycles and independent of device uptime. The proposed design is accompanied by a concrete example implementation, which is evaluated against expectations such as system integrity and observability.

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    Jonas Herrmannsdörfer

    Senior Software Engineer

    Frontend | Navigate through five antipatterns that slowed down the React/GraphQL app. Each point illustrates a particular mistake, the issues it triggered, and how Jonas resolved it.

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    Elian van Cutsem

    Astro

    Frontend | Astro 3 was released a while ago and brought some amazing new features with it. In this talk, we’ll take a look at some of the new released features in Astro 3, do some live coding and have some fun. Maybe we also take a look at what’s coming next in Astro 4.

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    Phil Nash

    Developer Advocate @Sonar

    Frontend | We have been able to animate and transition on the web for a while, but the experience has been limited to within single pages. Successfully animating between large state changes has traditionally been hard and transitioning across full page loads is left up to the browser. The View Transitions API aims to change that by making it easy to transition anything from elements to entire pages across navigations with just CSS and the occasional sprinkle of JavaScript. We’ll take a look at how this works, see some examples, and consider the future of single and multi page applications. Get ready to transition from boring page loads and jumpy state changes to a smooth ride into the future.

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    Eric Fennis

    Senior Frontend Developer @Nedap Healthcare

    Frontend | Over the past few years, I have observed the construction of poorly tree-shakable applications. To achieve this effectively, you need to consider several important factors. Writing tree-shakable libraries or applications requires a modular way of thinking, which may not always align with your preferred software writing approach. During the creation of the Lucide Icons library, I gained valuable insights into how tree-shaking works. I will share the do's and don'ts that I have learned.

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    Mohamed Ayoub Alouane

    Tech Lead @Adservio Group

    Frontend | We're going to talk about Qwik Framework, created by the creator of Angular (Hevery Misko) but first we have to talk about the history of web applications, then we'll show why Qwik is innovative.

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    Rachel Nabors

    Software Developer

    Former React Core team Member, lately bringing updates on a behind the scenes look at the design and development of the all-new React docs at react.dev. Rachel is also an author, speaker and teacher.

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    Raymon

    Fullstack JavaScript Developer @ShareValue

    As a fullstack JavaScript developer, I specialize in Angular, Vue, NodeJS, and a strong focus on AI and team leadership. Passionate about mentoring and personal development, I share my journey and insights at byrayray.dev.

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    Marco Kreeft

    Competence Lead.NET @ShareValue

    Marco is a experienced fullstack developer with a passion for usability and design, specialized in .NET and Angular. He likes to share his knowledge and experience with everyone.

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    Liliana Bermudes

    Chief Strategy Officer @ CodeYourFuture

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    Alexander Smirnov

    Technology Expert @Nebius

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    Peter Streef

    Software Engineer @ Moderne

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    Maximilian Werk

    Head of Engineering @Jin AI

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    Niklas Dzösch

    Software Developer

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    Toma Puljak

    Software Engineer and Developer Advocate @Daytona

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    Kirill Gamazenkov

    Director of Products @Xsolla

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    Siddharth Thawani

    Director @Adidas

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    Nicole van Alphen

    Director of Product @Vinted

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    Fabian Blechschmidt

    CEO @winkelwagen-de Developer @mage-one-com and safefive

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    Soner Sayakci

    Principal Software Engineer @Shopware

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