Being a frontend expert, Andrew joined Magento as a PWA architect to help take the first steps with Magento PWA Studio. Currently, Andrew is focused on improving burdens of the present Magento 2 frontend stack. Stuff like Webpack-based bundling in the current frontend, debugging options, profiling.
Eric is senior product manager at Magento, an Adobe company, and in charge of making PWA happen. Eric joined Magento in early 2015 and brings 20+ years of experience building high-performing teams and launching award-winning products at Dell, AOL, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. With his enthousiasm on mobile technologies and customer experience, he leads a team that builds Magento PWA Studio in a solid way and thus, he leads Magento into a new future.
Jamie is the Director of the Dutch eCommerce developer, DEITY.io, a Magento enthusiast, and a PWA evangelist. She is addicted to e-commerce, in love with code and her mind bound to business. Driven by the urge for innovation, she fights with the aim to improve the online world around her. With DEITY, she is betting an online revolution to evolve web technologies to the use of PWA solutions.
Mārtiņš is a passionate Magento developer and certified AWS architect who enjoys learning new things and pushing E-Commerce to the limits. He sees himself as a backend developer, but he actually did whopping things as a frontend developer that is happy to share during Reacticon. You get bonus points if you can spell his name right.
Filip is frontend developer at Divante and with that, one of the main architects of Vue StoreFront. He is strongly focused on software architecture, modern frontend and open source initiatives believing that software is not only a piece of code but something that can make our lifes easier and better. Plus, he is a great guy.
With more than 7 years of Magento expertise, Pierre co-manages the French agency Occitech. In 2015, unsatisfied with Magento2 frontend announcements his team started to prototypes ideas. These proofs of concept turned into what is now known as Front-Commerce, one of the most mature PWA solution for Magento in production. He is an early adopter of tools such as Docker, Ansible, React, GraphQL and loves experimenting with new technologies (PWAs, JAMStack, dat://, Eve, NixOS…).
Javier Villanueva is the lead developer of Media Lounge, an e-commerce agency located in Bournemouth, UK. He has been working with Magento for almost a decade now starting as a full stack developer but slowly moving more towards the front-end, building over a hundred stores, contributing to Magento core and publishing open source extensions. He loves ReactJS and has contributed to projects outside Magento like Calypso, Gutenberg, Algolia and others.
Bartek is lead frontend developer at Snowdog (organizer of MeetMagento Poland, among many other things) and the man standing behind the Frontools and SASS theme for Magento 2, used by so many Magento developers. He is responsible for keeping his Snowdog team in good shape and pushing technology to the limits. When Bartek is not working, he is a sleep-addicted geek (and possibly even a nerd), a new technology freak, and a science fan. Additionally, he is one of the core team members of Vue StoreFront.
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