exploring London from science to art and all the leaps/links in between... bio from Twitter
Developer at FTLabs
Developer Advocate at Google
I'm a Staff Developer Advocate and Tech Lead Manager in Google's London office.
That means I help developers and companies build the best possible integrations with the Google platform. It also means I help them tell better stories about their products by using our products. That involves spending a lot of time at the seams where our different products meet then using this knowledge to move the Google platform forwards by improving the quality of the developer experience: http://blog.oshineye.com/2011/05... we offer.
Over the last decade I've worked on trading systems for a variety of investment banks as well as on Google's advertising and mobile search systems. I'm also the co-author of “Apprenticeship Patterns”: a book that teaches you how to learn to be a great programmer.
Mozilla Representative and Contributor
Techie and gibberish speaker from Tyneside. bio from Twitter
Technical Evangelist at Microsoft
Developer Advocate at Twitter
Technical Evangelist at Microsoft UK
Bianca Furtuna is a Technical Evangelist at Microsoft UK Ltd, currently focusing on the Azure Data Platform and IoT. Bianca finished a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and her main interests during her studies were in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Control Systems and Signal Processing. As a Technical Evangelist, Bianca is engaging with technical audiences across the UK delivering presentations, workshops and technical advice.
Co-Founder of Slackline.io
I’m a self-taught designer with a background in project management. I was working at a consultancy as a Lead Designer when my side project slackline.io took off, and I’ve just started working full-time on it along with my Co Founder Ernesto Jiménez.
Co-Founder and CTO at The Mobile Collective
Independent UX and Product Strategy Consultant, Author
Claire is an independent UX and product strategy consultant and the lead author of Designing Connected Products: UX for the Consumer Internet of Things, published by O'Reilly. She has a particular interest in taking connected products from an early adopter user base to the mass market, and technologies that support mundane, everyday activities. Before becoming independent, she worked on energy management and home automation products as the service design manager for AlertMe.com, a connected home platform provider. Previously, she was head of research for design consultancy Fjord, where she led EU funded R&D work investigating the interusability of interconnected embedded devices. She has worked in UX design and research for mobile, multiplatform and web services since 1997.
The CoderDojo London Team
Google Developer Expert in WebRTC
Dan Jenkins is a Google Developer Expert in WebRTC, the founder of Nimble Ape Ltd and
has been working with WebRTC professionally for 2 years. He's also been working with Node.js professionally for over 5 years.
Head of Content
Android craftsman at Novoda
David is a passionate Android craftsman at Novoda, working with the platform since 2009 he's actively involved in the Berlin and London Android community.
Google Developer Expert for Android since 2014, he enjoys public speaking and is always sharing his experiences via conferences, blog posts or open source libraries. When not coding, you'll find him running through Regent's canal in London, cycling to Windsor or cooking at home with his lovely wife.
Games Development Teacher at West College Scotland
Technology bod @kerboo, Amateur Comedian, Tortoise Owner and Trendsetter - Hadley Beeman bio from Twitter
Gopher, Google Developer Expert, Testify Maintainer, Teacher, Engineering Manager @GoCardless. Founded https://slackline.io with @blanca_tp Tweets are my own bio from Twitter
Front-End Software Engineer
Front-End Software Engineer based in London, talented at web development for mobile devices, TVs, interactive kiosks and anywhere the web can reach, using sensors and web APIs, interested in web standards, contributor to the Open Web as tech writer (@MozDevNet), speaker and event organiser (@componenthub).
Senior Web Developer, BBC Newslabs
I have been in mobile for over ten years and am currently System Architect at deltaDNA. I am also founder and organiser for Mobile Monday Edinburgh #MoMoEdi. bio from Twitter
Chief Technical Architect at Transport for London
Innovations Editor at BBC Learning
Howard is lucky enough to spend his time looking at new technologies and ideas that impact learning and investigate them for BBC Learning. As lead of one of the teams looking at what the BBC could do in 2015 for digital creativity and coding he was responsible for developing the BBC micro:bit and is now working on its delivery.
His current interests include: Internet of Things, digital making, coding, physical computing, learning and the quantified self and how to help young people unleash their creativity in the 21st century.
You can follow Howard on Twitter @aitchbaker
SAP Global Developer Relations
Ian Thain is part of SAP's Global Developer Relations Team. In the past he was the Mobile Evangelist at Sybase for about 10 years.
I have this dream that all my appliances, one day not too far away, would be inter-connected and capable of leveraging each other and the internet to understand my needs and make my life a pure bliss with minimal interactions.
I am a Technical Solution Consultant at Google, but all my opinions are my very own.
Executive Product Manager, News Apps, BBC News
Developer / Advocate at Esri UK
James worked developing a 3D web mapping system with UCL and Ordnance Survey before joining Esri UK as a developer and developer advocate. There he has helped coordinate the London based GeoDev meetup and currently helping co-organise GeoHackDay. He is passionate about maps, web technologies, gaming, hackathons, coffee and hot sauce.
Product Manager bio from LinkedIn
Technical Director & Deputy CEO, the Open Data Institute