Proudly organized by the NG-DE Team
Joe Ray Gregory is a 37 years old Vue.js enthusiast from Lüneburg, Germany. Joe works as a mentor, speaker, trainer and consultant to help his customers to reach their goals efficiently based on his over 15 years of experience in frontend and web development. He is the founder and organizer of the Vuejs Meetup Hamburg and supports the Open Source CMS Contao as organizer for years.
Carina Carina is a Social Media and Community Manager. She works with companies like workshops.DE. Carina is also a content creator and streamer on twitch. She is the Co-organizer of the Angular Meetup Berlin and the Angular Ruhr Meetup, formerly organized the VueDay together with heise and dpunkt. She loves bringing people together and learning new things.
David is an Angular consultant who offers support for your Angular applications and projects. He’s also part of the Angular.DE team. We adapt Angular to your teams needs to find the perfect fit, and get the most out of Angular’s platform. For individual developers or small groups we offer monthly workshops in Berlin, Munich, Hamburg and Essen.
Maria is a Frontend Technology Lead at Aleri with current focus on Angular. She writes for ng-conf and speaks now and there at tech meetups and conferences. In her tweets and articles Maria likes to share her learnings from everyday coding. Fun fact: she illustrates her stories herself because she likes drawing.
Antony is a freelance frontend consultant and has been supporting his clients for more than 12 years with their projects from the initial idea, through a well thought-out concept, to go-live. Vue.js is his absolute favorite and an integral part of his daily work. For this reason he founded vuejs.de, the first German Vue community for everything about Vue, and organized the VueDay with heise and dpunkt. Besides his passion, programming, he is also a lecturer and coach and loves to share his knowledge.
Peter is co-founder and former organizer of the first edition of NG-DE. In addition, he co-founded qupaya, a remote-first software engineering and consultancy company specialized in Angular and NestJS development. In his rare spare time and beside the pandemic, he’s organizing the FrankenJS user group in the greater Nuremberg area.