Vue is a progressive framework for building user interfaces. Vue is designed from the ground up to be
incrementally adoptable. The core library is focused on the view layer only, and is easy to pick up and
integrate with other libraries or existing projects.
The conference is organized by GrUSP, the organizers of jsDay.
Over the last 15 years in the development business, Tiago did a bit of everything until finally landing in the soft arms of Vue.js. He is very excited with the possibility of using Vue with NativeScript and so he has been helping with the nativescript-vue community effort for some time. Currently working for IRC.com.
Member of the VueJS core team and Apollo GraphQL contributor. Working on official tools like vue-devtools, vue-cli, vue-cli-ui, vue-curated... Creator of the integrations of VueJS with Meteor (vue-meteor) and Apollo GraphQL (vue-apollo) to help developers build highly interactive and real-time web apps. Contributing to the Open Source community with tools like vue-virtual-scroller, vue-supply... Doing talks to introduce these cutting-edge technologies to a larger audience.
Nuxt.js core-team member and full-stack developer in his twenties. When not working on open-source projects, he gives talks at conferences, writes blog posts or consults other companies on web development with a focus on Vue.js and Nuxt.js.
Ethan is a software engineer at the New York Times, where he works to solve a wide range of technical challenges related to customer care. Ethan is passionate about education, and teaches computer science through volunteer organizations around New York City including Code Nation and the Marcy Lab School. When he’s not coding, he enjoys playing guitar, chess, and rock climbing.
Core Team Member of Vue Storefront, Tech Lead at Divante. I love to have a very deep understanding of all of the architectural aspects and put the pieces together. Thanks to this, I can share knowledge and help others to improve their skills. In my spare time, I like hiking, riding a motorcycle and occasionally climb somewhere.