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Munich
Frontend
Conference
2020

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The third international Frontend conference. From JavaScript to UX.
21 March 2020
Unique online experience
Speakers from all over the universe
Two tracks of talks

Community-driven

Our organizers are developers themselves.

We are simply creating a conference we wish for.

Events since 2015

  • FrontConf 2017-2019
  • PyConWeb 2017-2019
  • PyConDE 2016

Safety first

Due to COVID-19 the FrontConf 2020 moved fully online. But where one story is over, another begins.

Conferences are all about networking and content. Both can benefit from going online.

FrontConf software fulfills a new vision of web events. Where others see limits, we see an opportunity.

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Our cosmic speakers

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Hui Jing Chen

Singapore
Developer Advocate for Nexmo, Mozilla tech speaker

DevTools, the CSS advocate in your browser

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Martijn Cuppens

Belgium
Developer of Bootstrap, tech lead at Intracto

Where is Bootstrap heading to?

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Stefan Judis

Berlin, Germany
Developer evangelist at Twilio, open-source contributor

HTTP headers for the responsible developer

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Karl Groves

Baltimore, USA
Founder of Tenon.io, tech speaker

Data Mining Accessibility

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Benedikt Meurer

Munich, Germany
Tech lead for Chrome Developer Tools at Google

Chrome Developer Tools

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Aleksandra Sikora

Wrocław, Poland
Software Engineer at Hasura

Static Typing: Which Language to Choose?

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Maya Filipp

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Lead Full Stack Developer at Wapatah

Hard Look at Progressive Web Applications

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Luca Cipriani

Torino, Italy
CI/CD Engineer at Userbase, CIO at Arduino

A Privacy First, Open Source, JavaScript SDK

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Doug Sillars

Cambridge, United Kingdom
Freelance mobile performance expert

Video Killed My Data Plan - Delivering video that doesn't break the bank

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Vanessa Böhner

Munich, Germany
Senior Product Engineer at SinnerSchrader

Micro frontends: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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Colby Fayock

Virginia, USA
Frontend Engineer and UX Designer at element84

Building Maps with Impact on React and the JAMstack

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Arto Liukkonen

Jyväskylä, Finland
Lead developer & serverless ambassador at Nordcloud

Hate organising your photos? Try it with 5 Terabytes

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Marjorie Figueroa

Munich, Germany
Frontend Developer at Zooplus

Accessibility, what, why and how?

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Adrián Bolonio

Vienna, Austria
Web Team Lead at Willhaben Tech, accessibility advocate

Testing Web Accessibility

Schedule

Time in CET timezone
Saturn Track
Neptune Track
09:30
Saturn
Conference opening
09:45
Saturn
Stefan Judis
HTTP headers for the responsible developer
11:00
Coffee break/Panels discussions
11:15
Hui Jing Chen
DevTools, the CSS advocate in your browser
Neptune
Luca Cipriani
A Privacy First, Open Source, JavaScript SDK
11:55
Saturn
Martijn Cuppens
Where is Bootstrap heading to?
Neptune
Marjorie Figueroa
Accessibility, what, why and how?
12:30
Lunch Break
13:00
Saturn
Benedikt Meurer
Chrome Dev Tools
14:10
Saturn
Brittany Bergin, Maya Filipp
A Hard Look at Progressive Web Applications
Neptune
Arto Liukkonen
Hate organising your photos? Try it with 5 Terabytes
14:45
Coffee break
15:00
Saturn
Aleksandra Sikora
Static Typing: Which Language to Choose?
Neptune
Karl Groves
Data Mining Accessibility
15:40
Saturn
Adrián Bolonio
Testing Web Accessibility
Neptune
Colby Fayock
Building Maps with Impact on React and the JAMstack
16:20
Saturn
Vanessa Böhner
Micro frontends: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
16:55
Networking
17:05
Panels and Q&A
17:30
Conference Closing

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Sponsors

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See you in 2021