Meet this year's exceptional #w3cdevs2022 meetup speakers:
Rachel Andrew
 ✿  Aram Zucker-Scharff  ✿  Miriam Suzanne  ✿  Greg Whitworth

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Rachel Andrew

Google

"Interop 2022"

Rachel Andrew works for Google as a technical writer, working on web.dev and the Chrome Developers site. She is a front and back-end web developer, author and speaker, author or co-author of 22 books including The New CSS Layout and a regular contributor to a number of publications both on and offline. Rachel is a Member of the CSS Working Group, and can be found posting photos of her cats on Twitter as @rachelandrew.
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Aram Zucker-Scharff

The Washington Post

"Private Advertising Technology: Where Goes Advertising, There Goes the Web"

Aram Zucker-Scharff (he/him) is the Engineering Lead for Privacy & Security Compliance at The Washington Post. He currently co-chairs the W3C’s Private Ad Technology Community Group. He previously worked on the Zeus team, helping publishers to maximize site performance and revenue. He has also worked on The Washington Post’s Ad Tech R&D and Big Data teams. Aram has developed open-source tools for publishers and consulted on content strategy and digital newsroom workflows. He has also worked as a full stack developer, journalist, community manager and contributed to WordPress Core. He has appeared in WIRED, The Atlantic, AdExchanger, Digiday, Poynter, Nieman Lab, journalism.co.uk and Columbia Journalism Review.
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Twitter@Chronotope
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Miriam Suzanne

W3C Invited Expert

"Intrinsic CSS with Container Queries & Units"

Miriam is an author, artist, developer, and open web advocate. She’s spent more than 15 years learning, teaching, and building web software as a co-founder of OddBird, Invited Expert with the W3C CSS Working Group, and member of the Sass core team.
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Greg Whitworth

Salesforce

"Open UI: Unlocking creativity"

Greg Whitworth loves working on the web to create great digital experiences for users through an intuitive and productive developer experience. Currently Greg is a Sr. Director of Product on the Web and Mobile Platform team at Salesforce. He's the chair of the W3C Open UI Community Group and worked for close to a decade on Microsoft Edge web platform. Greg enjoys to travel, playing both video and board games, and hiking with the family.
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Twitter@gregwhitworth