Paul Irish works on developer productivity managing product strategy for Chrome DevTools. With the continuing mission of making the web more fun, he’s a performance guru. Follow Irish for neat technical tips and tweets, where he often interacts with the likes of Wes Bos and Umar Hansa.
As the founder and principal at Purple Pen Productions and the co-founder of the Girl Develop It's Los Angeles chapter, Natalie MacLees has over 20 years of web development expertise. MacLees authored jQuery for Designers and frequently spreads her knowledge through organizations and meetups. Follow MacLees for loads of design-oriented tips.
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Trevor Norris is the Node.js maintainer at NodeSource. He develops for the Node.js open-source community, blogs, and speaks at events including Node Summit.
Practice Genius software engineer Erik Aybar has the apt Twitter handle @erikthedev. Sharing his thought leadership through his website as well as teaching on Egghead.io, Aybar has a zeal for software engineering and continued learning. As such, he’s an active community member on GitHub, Medium, and StackOverflow.
Shape Security’s VP of engineering, Ariya Hidayat, created the JS tools Esprima and PhantomJS. He's a blogger, speaker, and an open-source advocate. Hidayat also enjoys attending meetups including WaffleJs.
Brian Rinaldi is a developer content manager at Progress and a go-to for all things web development. His fun and useful posts such as a guide to browser scroll animations showcase Rinaldi’s tech proficiency as well as his engaging writing and teaching. Check out his website Remote Synthesis for thoughts on web and mobile development.
Nick Salloum is a full stack software engineer at Axiom Zen. He is a big evangelist for responsive web design. Stay up to date with Salloum on Twitter and his awesome blog for great content including an intro to Angular JS and responsive tabs with CSS and JS.
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