Fronteers 2010 jam session speakers

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Anne van Kesteren

Weird, but potentially useful — him/he bio from Twitter

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Edwin Martin

Freelance webontwikkelaar ✏ HTML ✏ JavaScript ✏ CSS. ❤ @jolievdk ❤ @leoramartin ❤ @rosalie2105. ⌨ Geek Fotografie Elektronica Hardlopen. bio from Twitter

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Eric Eggert

was called “the technical muscle” of W3C/WAI resources. @Knowbility & @w3c_wai. Views are my own. http://yatil.net http://outlinewebdesign.combio from Twitter

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Hedwyg v Groenendaal

Prezi, webdesign, trainer, spreker, auteur, columnist Webdesigner Magazine, organiseert jaarlijks Prezi Day, technisch én creatief. Schrijft nu 2e Prezi boek. bio from Twitter

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Koen Willems
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Paul Irish

I want the web to win • Chrome dev relations • currently fascinated with front-end tooling and browser devtools • big fan of sorbet, research and whimsy

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Peter Beverloo

Googler working on Chrome and Blink. Generally interested in browsers and standards. Photographer in his spare time too!

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Peter van der Zee

I do the JS dance! (@JS1K, zeonjs.com). See @JSGoodies for my linkdump. Firehose proximity warning. bio from Twitter

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rikarends

Founder and CTO of Ajax.org and Cloud9 IDE bio from Twitter

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Sergey ilinsky

Seasoned front-end engineer, writer and speaker, creator of Ample SDK. Interested in JavaScript, DOM, HTML5, SVG, XUL, XBL2, CSS3 and more.

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Stephen Hay

Senior UX Design Lead @catawiki. Author of Responsive Design Workflow (@RDWorkflow). Design + code. Speaker, writer. Generalist. Tweets my own. bio from Twitter