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Lin Clark is Dev Star at npm, Inc. Prior to npm, she was a researcher at DERI Galway, one of the world's leading Web Science research institutes, and was core module maintainer on a CMS which powers an estimated 8% of all CMS-driven sites. She has been involved in W3C standardization efforts any many open source projects across different ecosystems.
Clifton has a passion for technology, but within the context of the transformational change and value it can bring to an organisation. He is currently Chief Technology Officer at TES Global, having joined the company in May 2014, having joined the company in May 2014. Clifton was previously the CTO of the MailOnline, and was responsible for building the technology team and platform that helped to more than double the user base in three years to well over 180 million monthly unique browsers in 2014. He was also previously the Head of Web Platforms for Capgemini UK, the Head of Enterprise Architecture at ITV and spent a period from 2004 to 2009 in Accenture’s UK technology consulting practice in the United Kingdom. Clifton received an Electrical Engineering degree with First Class honours in 1999 from The University of Queensland.
Ian is a front-end developer at DigitasLBi and has spent the past year building a RESTful API in Node and NodeWebkit apps. Ian was also a member of a team from DLBi that built a speaking clock for the Hack the Barbican exhibition. Away from writing code Ian plays the piano and attempts painting.
Luca Maraschi is Platform Architect at IceMobile, focused on innovating shoppers digital loyalty. His expertise varies from designing enterprise architecture to designing programming languages, bringing innovation with a touch of craziness. Active sustainer of open-source and bleeding edge technologies, he was attracted by node.js from 0.2.0. He enjoys his free time playing golf, kite-surfing and snowboarding.
Richard Rodger is co-founder and chief technical officer (CTO) of nearForm, a Node.js consultancy that builds large-scale enterprise systems. He is an internationally recognized thought leader and speaker on Node.js and microservices. He is also author of Mobile Application Development in the Cloud (Wiley, 2012), and former CTO of FeedHenry, a mobile applications platform that was recently acquired by RedHat. Richard is creator of a number of open source tools, including Senecajs.org and Nodezoo.com. Richard is a regular contributor to the Sunday Business Post newspaper in Ireland, and holds degrees in Mathematics and Philosophy, and Computer Science.
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