This autumn we’re talking tech at revo.js!
This autumn, Timișoara will host revo.js, a community-driven, not-for-profit event taking place between the 3rd and 4th of October 2019.
- Martin Hochel (Principal Engineer at Productboard)
- Boyan Mihaylov (Software Architect and Developer at Fadata)
- Gleb Bahmutov (VP of Engineering at Cypress.io)
- Raluca Nicola (Product Engineer at Esri)
- Sebastian Witalec (Senior Developer Advocate at Progress)
- Laura Carvajal (Principal Engineer at The Financial Times)
- Kenneth Auchenberg (Developer Experience at Stripe)
- Benedek Gagyi (Software Engineer at Cloudera)
- Stephen Meya Kenigbolo (Fronted Engineering Lead at BCaster)
- Tițian Cernicova-Dragomir (Freelance Software Developer)
- Alex Moldovan (Open Source Engineer at teleportHQ)
- Ruben Restrepo (Software Engineer at Auth0)
- Mathieu Henri (Senior Software Developer Engineer at Microsoft)
- Csaba Patkós (Technical Team Lead at Syneto)
- Kwinten Pisman (Co-founder and Mentor at Strongbrew)
- Dominic Elm (Software Engineer at StackBlitz).
In addition to the 16 talks, revo.js has also prepared a workshop that will be held prior to the conference, on the 2nd of October at DevPlant. The workshop is already sold out and the 24 participants who managed to get their hands on a ticket will have the opportunity to test a modern web application using the Cypress.io end-to-end test runner with Gleb Bahmutov, VP of Engineering at Cypress.io, as a facilitator. The application uses the Vue.js framework, with Vuex data management and REST API calls, but the testing will be applicable to any modern web app, regardless of the technology it uses.
The organizers couldn't have pulled off such a complex event without the help of their sponsors: [e-spres-oh], Dream Production, BusyMachines, Visma, 3Pillar Global, Syneto, Steadforce, WeVideo, UnifiedPost, imobiliare.ro, plentymarkets, Haufe Group, IBM, Softvision, Ness and Endava. Partners include Bereta Brewing Co, Progress Software Corporation, Auth0, CRAFTWAND, Irian, DevPlant Cowork and Microsoft. Of course, the tech communities also played a special part in the process and they are an important supporter.
This article was written by Anastasia Coste.