Join us for a casual evening of tech talks and networking, brought to you by our awesome Mozillian speakers. This event will start with an intro into our 2017 Mozilla tech road map with a deeper look into how CSS Grid is making the web work even better now. The talks will continue with an introduction to Web Assembly and how webVR with AFrame is making the web incredibly exciting.
Mozilla speakers include:
Belén Albeza and Dan Callahan as Developer Advocates @Mozilla with Yuliana Jiménez and Alexander Saladrigas, as Mozilla @mozTechSpeakers
6pm Doors Open to check in with RSVP
6:30pm Talks begin with an Intro to Mozilla
7:30pm Question and Answer session
7:45pm Food and drinks will be served during Social and Networking hour
Follow Belen on Twitter @ladybenko
Belén is a developer working at Developer Relations in Mozilla.
Previously, she has worked both in start-up’s and big corporations,
coding games, applications and R&D prototypes. Belén cares about Web
standards, high-quality code and game development. She now lives in
Barcelona and likes heavy metal, joining game jams and playing Mass
Yuliana Reyes Jiménez
Follow Yuli on Twitter @tuxxy
Yuliana is a web developer, consultant at Soumaya Museum on design and security, and Mozilla TechSpeaker. When she's not programming she shares knowledge at diverse events with the Mozilla Mexico community on free and open source software. Also a taco lover.
Follow Dan on @callahad
Software engineer at Mozilla’s Developer Relations team, where he focuses on new and emerging technologies including WebAssembly, WebExtensions, and the Rust programming language. Dan previously worked on the Mozilla Persona project, an attempt at replacing passwords with user-friendly public key cryptography built on open web standards. Dan tweets as @callahad and swears he has every intention to blog at https://dancallahan.info.