30speakers, 10 workshops
10000+joining online globally
300luckies meeting in London
May 12 & 15, 2023 LONDON + ONLINE
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Following the expansion of the Vue ecosystem, Vue.js Live Conference has grown from a local Meetup to an international conf, and in 2023 we're going even further – global. The event will welcome more than 10000 Vue folks remotely from anywhere in the world while there going to be an offline part for a limited number of luckies. Moreover, every participant around the world can access our online workshops, fun & networking with stellar Vue people.
Michael is a full-time Vue educator. He's taught thousands of devs to write more maintainable code, more reusable components, and become the best Vue developers they can be.
Eduardo is a Frontend Nerd who works on the Vue.js Core Team, with a particular focus on its official Router. He's very invested in Open Source, and loves developing maintainable and tested front end architectures.
Alba Silvente Fuentes, aka Dawntraoz, is a Sr FrontEnd Developer working as a DevRel Engineer at Storyblok. She loves writing about FE development, Jamstack, and Web Performance on her blog, speaking at conferences, hosting a Spanish tech podcast, and working hard in the open-source community. She is also a GoogleDevExpert in Web Technologies and an ambassador at WTM & Nuxt.
Daniel leads the Nuxt core team - previously CTO of SaaS startup and founder of a creative agency focusing on clarity of vision and message. His open-source work has a focus in the Vue.js and Nuxt ecosystems and he's involved in consultancy with companies around the world, particularly around JAMstack, serverless and software architecture. He's based in the North East of England where he lives with his family, three cats, and a dog.
Markus Oberlehner is a web developer from Austria. He works for karriere.at, Austria's largest career portal. Markus runs a blog where he regularly writes about Vue.js and general web topics.
Author of Nuxt and CEO at NuxtLabs. I am passionate about open source and developer experience. I strive to make the web faster and create the flow feeling for developers by making the best tools to express their full creativity.
Lucie Haberer is a Nuxt hacker and ambassador who's into crawling GitHub to find and learn new things. She's currently working from Northern France as a Developer Experience Engineer for Prismic. Lucie loves to fiddle with Node.js and serverless things. With those technologies, she makes things ranging from bots of all sorts to questionable CLIs. Occasionally, she writes technical pieces and promotes artists' work on her website: lucie.red
Tim is principal developer advocate at Uniform with a focus on developer relations, community building, and content creation. He’s active in the developer community through speaking engagements at conferences and creation of YouTube videos on modern technologies. Tim collaborates regularly with startups like Cloudinary, Prismic, Zeplin, and NuxtJS, and is a member of the MACH Alliance Tech Council. It's all about quality, community, and development of great websites.
Alex is a web development consultant in his twenties. When not working on open-source projects like Nuxt, he gives talks at conferences, writes blog posts or consults other companies on web development with a focus on Vue and Nuxt.
Senior Developer & Dev Advocate @VueStorefront • Ambassador @nuxt_js, @Storyblok, @algolia • Sharing knowledge about Nuxt / Vue / Perf.
Daniel Kelly is a Vue School teacher from Alabama, USA. He is a passionate web developer for over 10 years. Enjoys talking about Vue, Nuxt and Laravel and sharing coding tips he picked up along the way with fellow devs.
DevRel Lead at WeAreDevelopers, Co-organizer of BELvue, freelance fullstack developer
After her apprenticeship as an application developer, Ramona has contributed to product development at shopware AG for about six years now: First in quality assurance and now, as Software Developer. She has both views of the product - that of a tester and that of a developer. Ramona uses this primarily to strengthen trust in test automation and to support the testers. The automation in the end-to-end area of shopware originates from her pen, and she continues to push it firmly.
Creative Engineer, passionate about Front-end Development and sharing knowledge. Open source contributor on VueJS and Nuxt related projects. Learning 3D modelling and WebGL. Storyblok Ambassador. Lead of micheladas. I love penguins.
Senior Frontend Developer & Freelancer
Lisi a Principal Frontend Architect at Storyblok. Her previous experiences include teaching web developement at an university as well as working on various websites and applications. She loves to be involved in the community, organized a conference and often speak at conferences about the web.
Aaron “Mitch” Mitchell has 10+ years of experience in product management. He’s consulted for Twitter, Sony, Western Digital, Lyft, and others on new product development and strategy. He is currently the President of HeroDevs and spends his time longboarding and playing with his 3 sons.
Jorans passion involves getting people to love technology and getting technology to play nice. He works as an interaction developer with ♡ for web, tech, science & tinkering with stuff. Focussed on innovation at Jumbo Supermarkten. Writes, tweets and speaks every now and then.
Full stack developer focused on Elixir and Vue. Runner. Retro gamer.
Alexander Gekov is a skilled Vue developer based in the Netherlands. He is enthusiastic about the Vue.js framework and actively works to contribute to the frontend development community through writing blog posts and recording educational videos.
Software Engineer Architect, Vue Js guru, JS lover, A11y fan, PWA explorer, @gitKraken Ambassador, book author and super dad.
Erik is a software developer from Reno, NV. He works on the AWS Amplify team. Erik is an author of the Vue.js in Action book, and the Ember.js Cookbook. You can also find him at erik.video!
Justin, who once piloted frozen bug bombing missions at low altitude, is a senior engineer and co-founder of Braid (https://www.wearebraid.com). He’s also the creator of FormKit (https://formkit.com), author of AutoAnimate (https://auto-animate.formkit.com), and eternal guardian of VueFormulate (https://vueformulate.com/). When he’s not creating GitHub trending open-source packages, Justin is a devoted husband, father of three boys, and connoisseur of all things aviation.
Abdulrasaq Mustapha is a frontend engineer with 3+ years of experience designing and developing digital solutions for start-ups and businesses using web technologies. Outside of work, he is a tech content creator on YouTube.
Tyler has a passion for the web and loves everything about the front-end ecosystem. He currently works as a Senior Developer Advocate at Auth0 as well as an instructor on egghead.io. He teaches on a wide range of topics which includes everything from CSS to SQL.
Adam Jahr is the co-founder of Vue Mastery, the ultimate learning resource for Vue developers and the biggest financial backer of the Vue framework. As an e-learning educator, he has taught hundreds of thousands of developers worldwide and teaches live at conferences across the globe. Adam is a proud Vue.js Community Partner. When he isn't teaching Vue, he enjoys creating interactive art installations.
Senior Frontend Engineer turned into tech content creator.
Natalia Tepluhina is a Vue.js core team member and a Staff Frontend Engineer at GitLab.
She is a conference speaker and author of articles on different topics related to Vue.js . Thanks to these activities Natalia has got a title of Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies.
DevRel Lead at WeAreDevelopers, Co-organizer of BELvue, freelance fullstack developer
Devrel at Baserow.io :avocado: Nuxt and WTM ambassador, sharing good vibes and helping people.
Workshops Free & PRO
- 5+Free Workshops - included in the full ticket price (to be added soon).
- [Pro-workshops] - to be purchased separately.
May 10, 15:00-16:00 BST. Remote via Zoom.
May 16, 15:00-18:00 BST. Remote via Zoom.
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Remote Full Ticket
May 12 & 15 (remote)
Remote participation on May 12, 15
Interactive video stream in HD quality
Interactive sessions with speakers
Free remote workshops
Instant access to talk recordings
Remote tech discussion rooms
Certificates on conference / workshop participation
Full remote access to React Summit, React Advanced, JSNation, Node Congress
Full remote access to GraphQL Galaxy, Remix Conf Europe, TypeScript Congress, TestJS Summit
Full ticket attendee perks
2x more content
Enjoy HD streaming quality
Get recordings straight after the conference
HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS WITH FIELD EXPERTS
Vue3, Nuxt, Vuetify, etc.
SPEAKERS’ PERSONAL VIDEO ROOMS
Hang out with well-know Vue.js developers and ask them anything
Q&A Discord channels
Enjoy chatting with the speakers in Discord space
Attend watching parties
Giving back to community
We try our best to make the event accessible and inclusive for a diverse audience. Get in touch with us if you wish to support this initiative, and help us provide Diversity Scholarships for the underrepresented groups in tech.