As you can imagine, we're running around like cray getting absolute confirmations for the perfect roster. Bear in mind that we'll be adding more than seven frameworks.
As a general rule, we'll be adding a speaker or two here each day, with their impressive bio's and marvelous faces forthcoming.
John Bender is the co-creator of Vagrant, a jQuery Mobile contributor, and a recovering polyglot. During the day he works full-time on jQuery Mobile at Adobe but otherwise spends his time hacking on open source and reading. John shares his thoughts at johnbender.us and as @johnbender on Twitter.
Brad Green is an engineering manager at Google. Brad manages several front-end infrastructure technologies at Google including AngularJS, ChromeVox, TalkBack, video captions, and Google Feedback. Prior to Google, Brad worked at AvantGo and NeXT Computer.
Igor Minar is a software engineer at Google. He is a co-lead of the AngularJS project that aims to bring simplicity to the development of client-side web development via declarative markup, data-binding, and APIs with testability baked in. In his previous life, Igor was a hardcore server-side developer at Sun Microsystems specializing in test-driven web development with Java, JavaEE, JRuby and Rails.
Throne of JS — Seven Frameworks is a two day, single-track conference focused on answering the question on every web developer's mind: which framework? We're bringing together the creators of every important client-side .js framework to speak about their creations so that you can decide when to use what.
It's no longer good enough to build web apps around full page loads and then "progressively enhance" them to behave more dynamically. Building apps which are fast, responsive and modern require you to completely rethink your approach. This is a big transition to make and it is further complicated by the plethora of great options out there. Don't just sit around and wait for things to shake out.