Phil is Director of Developer Experience 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).
Cassie Evans – GreenSock
Cassie is an international speaker, and creative developer with a background in graphic design and motion design.
She got started with coding back in the days of Myspace and Neopets and is on a mission to make the web more whimsical again.
She’s a massive SVG nerd, owner of the worlds most clacky keyboard, and the lead bestower of animation superpowers at Greensock.
Ire Aderinokun – BuyCoins
Head of Engineering at Covea Digital and Technical Director at Industrial Architects.
Mark Robbins – Salesforce
Mark Robbins is a software engineer working at Salesforce, specializing in interactive email and accessibility in email. He has given talks about email development across Europe and the US and written many articles for both print and web. Mark is very active in the email community, contributing to open source projects and working with others to define and share new techniques and new best practices for email code. And as a member of the AMP for Email working group, he is working closely with the email clients to shape new technology in email.
Max Stoiber – Styled-components
Tammy Everts – SpeedCurve
Tammy is chief experience officer at SpeedCurve, where she helps companies understand how visitors use their websites, and a co-chair of performance.now(). Tammy has spent the past two decades studying how people use the web. Since 2009, she’s focused on the intersection between web performance, user experience, and business metrics. Her book, Time Is Money: The Business Value of Web Performance from O’Reilly, is a distillation of much of this research. She also co-curates WPO Stats, a collection of performance case studies.