Yehuda is a member of the Ember.js, Ruby on Rails and jQuery Core Teams; his 9-to-5 home is at the startup he founded, Tilde Inc, where he works on Skylight, the smart profiler for Rails. Yehuda spends most of his time hacking on open source—his main projects, along with others, like Thor, Handlebars and Janus—and traveling the world doing open source evangelism work.
Self-taught designer turned front end developer for @homelyau, co-founder @pricegeek. Co-founded @pricegeek after finishing a Finance degree.
Godfrey Chan is co-founder at Brewhouse Software in Vancouver, Canada. He helps run the #EmberYVR meetup and is a member of the Ruby on Rails core team. In his previous life, he was also an award-winning WordPress™ plugin author.
Edward Faulkner is founder and CTO at BraveLeaf, a software startup that serves the long-term care industry. BraveLeaf's product is an Ember app, and may be one of the oldest continuously-updated Ember apps in the world (started on Sproutcore 1.6rc2! Get off my lawn!). He is also a research associate of the MIT Media Lab, and was previously a senior engineer at Akamai Technologies where he built internet-scale security and reliability infrastructure.
Matthew has been developing with Ember.js for several years. He is the author of an early book on Ember, blogs at madhatted.com, and happily spends his spare time contributing code. Through a consulting partnership named 201 Created, he's worked with nearly two dozen companies to solve tough problems with Ember.
Developer at With Associates. Organiser of Ember London. Volunteer thanks to Code Club. Learning with London Computation Club. Did I say London enough already?
Longboarding canadian, oss addict, ember.js core team member, living in manhattan and working at @yapp.
Dan is a co-founder of the SaaS consultancy Cerebris and has been working as part of the Tilde team since 2012. He's been developing web applications for 15 years, with a recent focus on Rails-driven APIs and Ember UIs. Dan is an avid contributor to open source, the lead developer of Orbit.js, and a regular speaker. He loves hiking near his home in NH with his wife, two boys, and their ridiculously happy dog.
Leah is an all-around open source advocate. During the day time, she's one of the founders at Tilde Inc, the open-source-centric company behind Skylight. In her spare time, in addition to running EmberConf, Leah works on GoGaRuCo, RailsConf, and a number of User Groups. She's a retired member of the jQuery Core Team, and a member of the Ember Core Team.
She previously worked as a consultant for clients in the tech sector, ran events for the jQuery Foundation and was employed managing the Community Marketing and Events department at Engine Yard. She is originally from Brooklyn, NY and now lives in Portland, OR with her husband.
Luke Melia is the organizer of the world-famous Ember.js NYC meetup. Luke helped launch one of the first commercial apps in Ember, Yapp, and is co-founder of Yapp Labs, a consultancy specializing in Ember.
Bryan is a Product Designer turned passionate Ember developer currently building design-centric apps at Envoy (@signwithenvoy).
Hobbies include: drinking the Web Component Kool-Aid and twisting his mind in strange and beautiful ways through international travel.
Partner, Creative Director at DockYard. Organizer of UX East, UX Happy Hour and UX Boston.
Steve is an instructor at the Turing School of Software and Design and a former New York City teacher.
Chris Henn creates next-generation data visualizations for H2Ometrics, the collaborative water analytics platform. When he’s not working in Ember, Chris studies mathematics a Reed College in Portland, Oregon.