JSKongress meets Paul Lewis, Kim Anh Tran, Mathias Bynens, Peter Müller on Tuesday, 28th April, 5:30 pm (CEST)

DevTools and beyond — JSK meets friends #2

Here is the second episode of #jskongress meets friends: We are excited to announce the guests for our next episode.

Join us live on Tuesday, April 28th, starting 5:30 pm (CEST) on our channel youtube.com/jskongress

We are so grateful, that these four amazing people from the Chrome DevTools Team will join us:

  • Kim Anh Tran (WebAssembly SWE)
  • Mathias Bynens (Design & Accessibility TL)
  • Paul Lewis (Architecture & Testing TL)
  • Peter Müller (UX lead)

We will discuss Chrome DevTools, especially History and Architecture, Quality & Workflows, Team Organization, Design & Accessibility, WebAssembly Debugging, and further questions that have been proposed by the community.

Send us your questions until Monday, April 27th — comment here or via mail to hello[at]js-kongress.com

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