Advisory Board New York

International Javascript Conference

Advisory board of iJS New York 2022

Tamar Stern

XM Cyber

Tamar is a software manager and architect. In the past, she managed a development group in Edgeverve Systems and was an architect of a transaction engine. She also led a team of performance experts at NCR Retail, was a solution architect in Personetics, and she had a start up of her own in the social network field.She has a decade of software engineering experience in various technologies: Server side, big data, mobile, web technologies, and security. She is currently focusing on Node.js, and have a deep knowledge of Node.js server architecture and Node.js performance optimizations.

Nir Kaufman


Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies & Angular, community enthusiast, (ReactNYC, AngularNYC, AngularIL), Principle FE consultant at 500Tech US, Book author, Trainer, and active public speaker.
When I’m not coding, I make music.

Joel Lord

Red Hat OpenShift

Joel Lord is passionate about web and technology in general. He likes to learn new things, but most of all, he wants to share his discoveries. He does so by travelling at various conferences all across the globe.
He graduated from college in computer programming in the last millennium. Apart from a little break to get his BSc in computational astrophysics, he was always in the industry.
As a developer advocate with Red Hat OpenShift, he meets with developers to help them make the web better by using best practices around Kubernetes.
During his free time, he can be found stargazing in a camping site somewhere or brewing a fresh batch of beer in his garage.

Manfred Steyer

Trainer and Consultant with focus on Angular. Google Developer Expert (GDE) who writes for O’Reilly, the German Java Magazine and windows.developer. Regularly speaks at conferences.





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