24th of November 2016

Capitol Theatre, Singapore

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Rachel Andrew

Griddy CSS Developer

Rachel is a front and back-end web developer, author and speaker. >>

Her books include the recent Get Ready for CSS Grid Layout and she is a regular contributor to a number of publications both on and offline. >>

Rachel is co-founder of the CMS Perch, a Google Developer Expert and an Invited Expert to the CSS Working Group. >>

She writes about business and technology on her own site at rachelandrew.co.uk.

Sarah Drasner

SVG Animation Trickser

Sarah is an award-winning Manager of UX Design and Engineering at Trulia (Zillow) and staff writer at CSS-Tricks. >>

She’s given a Frontend Masters workshop on Advanced SVG Animations, and is working for a book for O’Reilly on SVG Animations. >>

For 15 years she worked as a web developer and designer and at points as a Scientific Illustrator, an Undergraduate Professor and has tutored a Byzantine Icon painter in Santorini. >>

Sarah loves SVG, informative animation, and welding together pieces of the DOM.

Chris Lienert

<form> & Accessibility

Chris started out as a web developer when Netscape ruled the world and is currently working as an engineering manager at CXA. >>

He founded community group Singapore CSS because someone had to. ;) >>

Aside from musical distractions and accumulating frequent flyer points, Chris and his wife Sarah can be found in the company of their small human.

Kenneth Ormandy

Web Type Specialist

Kenneth is an independent designer specialising in web typography. >>

He organises Vancouver’s typography meetup Type Brigade, and contributes to The Lost Type Co-op. >>

Previously he studied type design at [email protected], and helped launch the front-end development tool Surge.sh.

Neha Sharma

Web Lover

Neha hails from New Delhi, India and is working as UI tech lead full time at Toasterco. >>

She is a tech speaker and the organizer of the JSLovers community for web lovers. >>

When she is not coding or speaking at meetups she doodles. You can follow her at @hellonehha

Hyojin Song

CSS Round Peg

Hyojin is a W3C advisory committee representative on behalf of LG Electronics. >>

He loves working on new web technology regarding web engine and framework. >>

He initiated the CSS Round Display and developed the specification as an co-editor in the CSS Working Group. >>

He loves traveling, surfing, and table tennis.

Soledad Penadés

Browser Breaker

Sole has been building real time stuff for longer than she can remember. >>

She works at Mozilla, helping making the Web the best platform (in general) and the best platform for realtime (in particular). >>

She writes demos to test and spread awareness about new features, often involving Web Audio, WebGL, GIFs and/or cats. >>

In the process she breaks various browsers and reports an unspeakable number of strange edge cases, all in pursuit of a robust platform that is a joy to develop for.

Michael Mifsud

Sass Performance Engineer

Michael is a performance engineer at 99designs focusing primarily on frontend architecture, tooling, and site performance. >>

An advocate for open source software he's currently the project lead for Node Sass and a core contributor to LibSass. >>

He's also heavily involved in the local developer community as part of the CSSConf AU and the MelbCSS meetup organising teams.

Lea Verou

CSS Fixture

Lea is currently busy doing research in Human-Computer Interaction at MIT CSAIL. >>

She has previously written a bestselling CSS book for O’Reilly (CSS Secrets) and worked as a Developer Advocate at W3C. >>

She has a long-standing passion for open web standards, and is one of the few Invited Experts in the CSS Working Group. >>

Lea has also started several popular open source projects and web applications, such as Prism, Dabblet and -prefix-free and maintains a technical blog at lea.verou.me. >>

Despite her academic pursuits in Computer Science, Lea is one of the few misfits who love code and design equally.

We'll announce more speakers and contributers as we approach the event. Stay tuned.

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