We’re excited to be hosting the first Micro Frontends Summit early next year. Every week in January, this summit will bring together a community of thought leaders in the micro frontends space to share best practices, introduce new concepts, and build connections with the community. 

The Micro Frontends Summit will feature talks from engineering leaders, technical directors, business leaders, and technical architects from leading companies around the world discussing the latest trends in mobile micro frontends.

Here’s who you can expect to see there:

Luca Mezzalira

Principal Serverless Specialist Solutions Architect, Amazon

Bio: Principal Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services, Luca Mezzalira is also an international speaker and author. Over the past 18 years, he has mastered software architectures from the frontend to the cloud, and he excels at providing the right solution for the context of the job at hand.

Session title: Micro Frontends Discovery

How to dynamically discover micro frontends. 

Jennifer Wadella

Director of Angular Development, Bitovi

Bio: Jennifer Wadella has been writing code since before she realized it was a credible career path. She currently works as the director of Angular consulting at Bitovi and loves building performant web applications, speaking at technical conferences, and brewing her own kombucha. 

Session title: The Problems Micro Frontends Won’t Solve That No One Wants to Talk About

The gap between what large complex teams need to ship better software and what micro frontends are able to provide.

Josh Thomas

Product Manager of Portals, Ionic

Bio: Josh Thomas is the product manager of Portals at Ionic. With 20 years of software development in enterprise, consulting, and product development before transitioning into product, he has first hand experience with the needs of engineering organizations. Josh is passionate about helping organizations scale software to meet cross functional goals.

Session title: How to Bring Micro Frontends to iOS and Android

What limitations arise when building manual solutions for native mobile applications and how Portals can help.

Christine Perez

Product Specialist of Portals, Ionic

Bio: Christine Perez is the product marketing manager of Portals at Ionic. She found her way into tech as a marketer and storyteller at various small, mid-sized, and enterprise companies. As a product marketer, Christine loves to help customers find the best products that fit their business needs.

Session title: How to Bring Micro Frontends to iOS and Android

What limitations arise when building manual solutions for native mobile applications and how Portals can help.

Vivek Mano

Product Specialist, Ionic

Bio: Vivek Mano is the director of product marketing at Ionic. Having worked in large corporations for the past 15 years, he understands the difficulties when it comes to meeting the demand for mobile applications across the enterprise. Vivek’s goal is to help organizations scale their mission-critical mobile applications.

Session title: How a Storage Company Consolidated from 8 Apps Down to 1

Walk through a real customer’s experience of keeping up with eight different applications and merging them into one performant app.

Rashmi Vishwakarma

Technical Architect, Globant

Bio: Rashmi Vishwakarma is a JavaScript enthusiast and technical architect at Globant with more than eight years of pragmatic software development experience. She has always relished sharing her learnings through any possible community contributions, and is a seasoned JavaScript blogger and proficient speaker who has delivered several sessions.

Session title: Emphasizing a Design System While Creating a Micro Frontend Application

The importance of creating a design system and pitfalls organizations may encounter when not adhering to a consistent design experience across micro frontends.

Parijat Sardesai

Senior Technical Director, Globant

Bio: Parijat Sardesai is a senior technical director at Globant with over 15 years of experience building interactive web applications using a plethora of UI technologies. Parijat is an accomplished UI solutions architect specializing in business intelligence with extensive experience in the full life cycle of the software design process.

Session title: Emphasizing a Design System While Creating a Micro Frontend Application

The importance of creating a design system and pitfalls organizations may encounter when not adhering to a consistent design experience across micro frontends.

Cecelia Martinez

Developer Advocate of Appflow, Ionic

Bio: Cecelia Martinez is a Developer Advocate for Appflow at Ionic. She is dedicated to creating better, more inclusive developer experiences for all. Previous companies include Cypress and Replay, with areas of expertise including web development (React, Angular, Vue), testing, developer tools, and open source. She is a Lead Volunteer with Women Who Code FrontEnd, Chapter Head of Out in Tech Atlanta, and a GitHub Star.

Session title: Managing Updates to Mobile Micro Frontends

How to ensure a consistent strategy across teams, manage resources, and establish a uniform process for deploying updates.

Grgur Grisogono

Director of Engineering, Modus Create

Bio: Grgur is a director of engineering at Modus Create and also your friendly neighborhood JavaScript engineer who loves connecting business with technology. Grgur loves telling stories and anecdotes, fueled by the experience of working with dozens of Fortune 1000 companies since 2005. He also enjoys talking about sourdough baking, latte art, and bean-to-bar craft chocolate.

Session title: Building Superapps in Mobile

What exactly are superapps? How can enterprises adopt this new architecture in their organizations? Are superapps for everyone?

 

Be sure to register for your spot at the 2023 Micro Frontends Summit!

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