JSConf US 2011 speakers

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Aaron Heckmann

Christian, father, engineer @10gen, previously @LearnBoost, co-founded clickdummy.com, sinistral javascriptologist, hacker, formerly ajHecky. Tweets are my own. bio from Twitter

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Aaron Quint

I like to make things. Brooklyn born, now repping Kingston, NY. Chief Scientist @ Paperless Post. bio from Twitter

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Adam Baldwin

Father, husband & webapp hacker. I love node.js & helping make it easier to ship secure code. CSO @andyet, Team Lead @liftsecurity & Founder @nodesecurity bio from Twitter

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Adam Christian

Web Developer, Snow Boarder, I like a nice glass of scotch.

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Adam S. Kirschner
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Alex Russell

Bringing the web platform into the late-90's, one spec at a time.

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Alex Sexton

profreshional. reppin' the (ecma) two-six-two. bio from Twitter

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Alice Bonhomme-Biais
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Allen Pike

Maker of apps for iOS and the web, from pixels to code. Co-founder of Steamclock Software, where we make apps like Party Monster.

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Andrew Dupont

Professional dork. I also dabble in nerding. bio from Twitter

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Andrew Lunny

generally poor health; 2.5 star http://amazon.com author bio from Twitter

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Andrew Paprocki

Sr. Engineer at Bloomberg LP

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Anton Kovalyov

Firefox Engineer / Author of JSHint / ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ bio from Twitter

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Antranig Basman

These days, I am writing a great deal of JavaScript. bio from Twitter

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Avni Khatri

I love art, music, kids, open source, tech, change, and learning new things. bio from Twitter

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Ben Combee

Senior software Engineer at Roku, occasional hardware hacker, and friend of NYC Resistor

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Boris Bokowski

No longer Noogler. Committer representative on the Eclipse Board of Directors. Geek dad. bio from Twitter

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Brendan Eich

Brendan Eich invented JavaScript, co-founded mozilla.org, and serves as CTO, Mozilla. bio from Twitter

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Brian Cavalier

server-side guy turned UX fanatic, dog-loving, bike-riding, Orthodox Christian, baritone, family guy. bio from Twitter

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Brian LeRoux

I'm a free/open source software developer working on Apache Cordova, Adobe PhoneGap, and Topcoat. Love JS. Mostly mobile. All web. bio from Twitter

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Charlie Robbins

Founder, CEO @Nodejitsu || Curator of @EmpireJS || New York Native || Things matter to me bio from Twitter

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Dan Beam

is too paranoid for bios. bio from Twitter

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Dan Webb

DJ, Sneakerhead, Web stuff at Twitter. Opinions here are my own. bio from Twitter

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Daniel Austin

I'm a mad scientist. bio from Twitter

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Dave Balmer

Mobile HTML5 developer / advocate, JavaScript guru, speaker.

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Dave Johnson

enigma wrapped in a paradox bio from Twitter

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David Flanagan

Author of JavaScript: The Definitive Guide and other books from O'Reilly. Now at Mozilla. bio from Twitter

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David Herman

Programming language propeller-head at Mozilla Research, author of Effective JavaScript (@effectivejs). bio from Twitter

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David Kaneda

Designer in Residence at Benchmark Capital. Pushing pixels, crafting code, and abusing alliterations since 1983. See @9bits for daily posts on tech & design. bio from Twitter

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Dethe Elza

Geek dad interested in resilient cities and a future worth looking forward to. Working at Mozilla Foundation. bio from Twitter