Topic Table noun \ˈtäpik ˈtābəl\
A gathering place where engineers test & expand their knowledge of a subject through discussion, moderated by experts.
Topic 1: GraphQL
Lee is the co-creator and maintainer of GraphQL. He recently left Facebook after nearly 10 years to help lead web engineering at Robinhood, a free and simple investing platform. Lee has been instrumental in creating many of the most popular open source libraries used by millions of developers worldwide including React, Immutable.js, Yarn, Prettier, Flow, and others.
Eve Porcello is the co-owner of Moon Highway, a training and curriculum development company based in Northern California. She is an active corporate trainer, creates courses for LinkedIn Learning, and is the co-author of O’Reilly’s Learning GraphQL and Learning React.
Topic 2: D3
Topic 3: A11Y
Topic 4: Reason
Jared Forsyth is a mobile and web developer at Khan Academy, where he’s working to lower barriers to education around the world. He wrote the React Devtools extension for Chrome and Firefox, and enjoys experimenting with syntax, type theory, and design.
Avid reason fan working with React, Clojure, Rust, GraphQL & Reason. Founder of OneGraph, tool unifying all relevant API under one graphQL roof. onegraph.com
Topic 5: WASM
Reactive programming nut and compiler enthusiast. Jay is a former Senior Software Engineer at Netflix. Lover of all things open source, his contributions span numerous ecosystems and active in the community as a Google Developer Expert for Web Technologies and W3C WebAssembly Community Group member.
Syrus is the CEO and founder of Wasmer, a company focused on creating universal binaries powered by WebAssembly. Wasmer provides a way to execute WebAssembly files universally on the server-side.
Topic 6: TypeScript
Swyx is an Infinite Builder working on Developer Experience at Netlify. In his free time he helps people Learn in Public at Egghead.io and /r/reactjs.
Topic 7: Hooks
Ken is an avid React user and advocate. He is the author of React-Music and the creator of Spectacle.
Topic 8: Redux
Mark is a software engineer living in southwest Ohio, USA, where he patiently awaits the annual heartbreak from the Reds and the Bengals. Mark is a Redux maintainer, author of the Redux FAQ, maintains the React/Redux Links list and Redux Addons Catalog, tweets at @acemarke, and blogs at blog.isquaredsoftware.com. He can be usually found in the Reactiflux chat channels, answering questions about React and Redux.