When we announced Ioniconf a few weeks ago, we were thrilled to see the response and sign-ups from all of our community members. I mean, we didn’t even say who was speaking at the event, so thanks for being so enthusiastic! But now we’re ready to share who is speaking at Ioniconf…so without further ado…here are your speakers!

We’ve brought together speakers from various different technology backgrounds and experiences to share insights not only on Ionic, but the Web Platform as a whole. The range of topics include, the latest in testing and static hosting, how to ship a product, and so much more. Not only do the Ioniconf speakers represent a broad cross-section of the tech landscape, they also bring a diverse set of viewpoints and perspectives. We’re thrilled that they’ve all agreed to present at Ioniconf and we hope that you are excited to learn from them as well.

We’ll be using Twitter to gather questions during the conference, so as talks are going on, use the hashtag #askioniconf to ask your questions.

I wanted to take a moment and highlight a few speakers whose talks I think will really stand out during the conference.

Cecelia Martinez

I met Cecelia earlier this year at a conference in Atlanta where she was speaking about building tools around Github’s API. She also led the group in a round of “🎵 Happy Birthday to Mike 🎵” since it was also my birthday that week. She has many talents. When she agreed to join us and wanted to speak about testing Ionic and Cypress, I was so excited. Cypress is a captivating new testing utility and I can’t wait to learn what it can offer devs.

Lukas Ruebbelke

Lukas is no stranger if you’ve been around the Angular community for any amount of time. While Lukas is a great developer in his own right, he also has a lot of knowledge on how to move and get a product to market as quickly as possible. This is something I know for sure I will pay attention to while Lukas is presenting.

Karo Ladino

I actually haven’t met Karo before, but as soon as I read her talk description, it was clear that she was going to be a big hit in our speaker line up. Her talk is going to cover JavaScript and IOT, a topic I have very little experience with, so I’ll be sure to take notes during her talk.

Aaron Saunders

Aaron is someone who I remember interacting with way back in the early days of Ionic. I’m pretty sure 1.0 wasn’t even released yet and I still didn’t work for Ionic. Aaron is someone who I am constantly impressed with their ability to jump around different technology choices, create in-depth content, and still manage to run a consultancy in D.C. Aaron is one of the best and we are glad to have him be part of the conference.

We’ll be highlighting more speakers in the coming week so keep an eye out to learn more about your speakers!

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