Space with stars and rockets

An all things JavaScript conference

May 29-30th 2025

in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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Relive the 2024 event

Join us in 2025!

JSHeroes is a non-profit community-organized event, held every year in Cluj, Romania. Our goal is to bring together JS and Web/Frontend enthusiasts from all over the world for a single-track two-day conference with: quality content, amazing networking and tons of fun. You bring your ideas and desire to learn, we provide the relaxed atmosphere and the good vibes.

Our 7th edition will take place on the 29th and 30th of May 2025!

Tickets are available on our page.

Meet our 2024 speakers

  • Artem Zakharchenko JavaScript Engineer
    Artem Zakharchenko JavaScript Engineer

    Hi! My name is Artem. I’m a self-taught software engineer. I’ve built this thing called Mock Service Worker, which has changed the lives of developers all around the world. I’m extremely thankful for that. I love testing, and I love writing and teaching about it even more. And coffee, yes, I like that one as well.

    Talk: Standard-driven API mocking

    I spent the last year bringing Mock Service Worker closer to the platform, and I learned a lot along the way. As a result of it, MSW 2.0 was created—the biggest and most impactful release in the project’s existence.

    In this talk, I will share the story behind that change, why it was necessary, and how exactly web standards make API mocking better.

  • Atila Fassina Senior DX Engineer CrabNebula
    Atila Fassina Senior DX Engineer @ CrabNebula

    Atila is a Senior DX Engineer, SolidJS team member, and Google Developer Expert for Web Technologies. He’s been working with the web for over 10 years with multiple stacks and creating content either at speaking conferences, publishing youtube videos, or writing articles.

    Talk: Are Signals worth the hype?

    From basically every framework across the board to TC39, signals are all the rage nowadays. A lot has been said about the performance benefits, but that’s not all it is. Let’s talk about how signals provides a better mental model to render user interfaces, and how they make developing apps more predictable and, likely, error-free.

  • Benjamin Swerdlow Senior Backend Engineer Apple
    Benjamin Swerdlow Senior Backend Engineer @ Apple

    My name’s Ben. I’m 20, a Senior Backend Engineer contractor for Apple, and in my free time I’m a full time student at the University of Chicago. As a high school student I was a technical lead for the World Health Organization COVID-19 App Team.

    I’m a web enthusiast and a functional code evangelist. I introduced and brought Rust to production for the first time for my department.

    Talk: Better Together: Rust & TypeScript

    This talk explores the lessons learned I learned from Rust, a language renowned for its safety and performance, and how these lessons can be applied to improve TypeScript development. While Rust and TypeScript are different in many ways, the principles and best practices from Rust can significantly enhance the way developers approach TypeScript coding, leading to more robust, efficient, and maintainable applications.

    This talk is not endorsed by my employer. All opinions are my own.

  • Bramus Van Damme Chrome DevRel Google
    Bramus Van Damme Chrome DevRel @ Google

    Bramus Van Damme is a web developer from Belgium. From the moment he discovered view-source at the age of 14 (way back in 1997), he fell in love with the web and has been tinkering with it ever since.

    As a Chrome Developer Relations Engineer at Google, he spreads the word on CSS, UI, and DevTools. Before joining Google, Bramus worked as a freelance developer in various front- and backend roles. For seven years he also was a College Lecturer Web & Mobile, educating undergrad students all about HTML, CSS, and JavaScript — in that order.

    Talk: MPA View Transitions are here!

    In 2023 we at Google shipped View Transitions for SPA in Chrome 111. This year we bring you something new: View Transitions for MPA, activated by a same-origin navigation. Simply click a link from one page to the other, and you can have a rich transition between both.

  • Carmen Huidobro Head of Developer Education DevCraft Academy
    Carmen Huidobro Head of Developer Education @ DevCraft Academy

    Carmen Huidobro is a developer advocate and dev education enthusiast. She thrives on lifting others up in their tech careers and loves a good CSS challenge. Always excited to talk about teaching tech, especialmente en Español, oder auf Deutsch.

    Talk: Untangling Your Dependencies: A Pattern for a Well-Knit JavaScript Project

    “Alright I’ll just upgrade Typescript, aaaaaand everything is broken now”

    Building a complex JavaScript project can feel like a tangled mess of yarn. Fear not, fellow developer! This talk will provide you with the tools and techniques to gently untangle your dependencies and knit a well-structured, maintainable codebase. Our basket of tools include using npm why as our yarn needle, breaking down tasks into manageable stitches, strategically upgrading for progress, utilising branching techniques to keep your project from unraveling, and much more!

    Join us as we unravel the secrets of dependency management, leaving you with a project that’s not only functional but beautifully maintainable, stitch by stitch.

  • Charlie Gerard Staff Engineer Socket
    Charlie Gerard Staff Engineer @ Socket

    Charlie Gerard is a staff engineer at Socket, the author of “Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript with TensorFlow.js” and overall, a creative technologist. For the past decade, she’s built side projects pushing the boundaries of what can be done using JavaScript. From building brain-controlled web interfaces, to creating a custom motion detection machine learning model to play Street Fighter with body movements, to now exploring cybersecurity, she loves experimenting with web technologies. When she’s not coding, she likes to spend time outdoors and try things she’s never done before.

    Talk: Building hacking tools in JavaScript

    If we follow Atwood’s Law, “Any application that can be written in JavaScript, will eventually be written in JavaScript”. As I started studying cybersecurity in my personal time, I noticed that the tools available to hackers are usually coded in C, C++ or Python but, as a front-end developer, I started wondering… Wouldn’t it be cool to rebuild some of these tools in JavaScript instead?! In this talk, I will show how I rebuilt a famous tool to hack wireless devices using only Web APIs so you can hack doorbells, garage doors and more right from the browser!

  • Emmy Cao Developer Advocate Wix
    Emmy Cao Developer Advocate @ Wix

    Hi! I’m a Developer Advocate at Wix working on building inclusive communities for Wix developers. With a background of web design and development as well as an education in psychology, I’m passionate about brains in the context of technology, from supporting neurodiversity in the industry to encouraging ethical user experiences.

    Talk: A Journey Inside the Developer Brain

    How do you get into the zone while coding? Why does taking a walk or taking a shower seem to help solve problems?

    Everything we do is regulated by complex processes in the brain, and coding is no exception. Sometimes it can feel difficult to feel in control of our brains when coding, but to debug the problem we’ll first need to understand it.

    This talk will dive into the basic neurological processes and psychological behaviors involved with learning and writing code. By understanding the physiological processes involved in the work we do, we can be more in touch with our bodies and more productive as a result.

  • Eva Ferreira Front-end Lead Engineer mabl
    Eva Ferreira Front-end Lead Engineer @ mabl

    Eva Ferreira is a Front-end engineer and professor. She currently works as a UI Lead Developer and has been teaching web technologies at the National Technological University of Argentina for more than ten years.

    Talk: The intentions were good

    We hope for our web applications to be as beautiful, performant, and accessible as possible; but sometimes… Things get in the way and the outcome is not as good as we hoped. In this talk I’ll walk you through a few of my failed attempts at developing accessible web applications. We’ll go through different accessibility assumptions and myths that I wrongly believed to be true and how to avoid them by properly testing for accessibility.

    This talk aims to be a reminder about the fact that, more often than not, inaccessible applications are a result of lack of knowledge, not lack of caring. That it is ok to make mistakes, but it is also essential to avoid making the same mistake twice.

  • Filip Hric DevRel
    Filip Hric DevRel @

    Filip Hric is DevRel at He teaches testers about web development and developers about testing. Filip is an international keynote speaker and one of the leading experts on test automation in He’s an author of several Cypress workshops and has taught hundreds of testers and developers around the world how to effectively use Cypress and apply good practices in web test automation. Enjoys running, playing guitar and spending time with his wife and four children.

    Talk: Blink and you’ll miss it: Stories from discovering most annoying bugs and test flakes

    Some bugs just tend to hide when you look at them. We’ve all experienced a 3 hour bug-hunt that lead to nowhere and made us question our skills. In my talk, I would like to share some of the most annoying bugs and test flakes that I have encountered in my time as SDET and walk you through a process of how to make debugging faster and - believe it or not - fun. I’d like to share my tips on how to narrow down a bug, test flake and demonstrate how to use a time-machine debugger called to identify the root cause.

  • Jenny Truong Developer Relations
    Jenny Truong Developer Relations @

    As the Head of Operations and Developer Relations at, Jenny also dedicates her time to co-organizing Orlando JS meetups. Based in the heart of Orlando, Florida, Jenny is a passionate advocate for her community, imparting valuable insights on mental awareness, state machines, and various collaborative tools. When she’s not engaging with users or gracing the stage, you can spot Jenny at your favorite local donut shop, savoring the simple joys of life!

    Talk: A Journey Inside the Developer Brain

    How do you get into the zone while coding? Why does taking a walk or taking a shower seem to help solve problems?

    Everything we do is regulated by complex processes in the brain, and coding is no exception. Sometimes it can feel difficult to feel in control of our brains when coding, but to debug the problem we’ll first need to understand it.

    This talk will dive into the basic neurological processes and psychological behaviors involved with learning and writing code. By understanding the physiological processes involved in the work we do, we can be more in touch with our bodies and more productive as a result.

  • Josh Goldberg Open Source Developer
    Josh Goldberg Open Source Developer

    Hi, I’m Josh! I’m an independent full time open source developer. I work on projects in the TypeScript ecosystem, most notably typescript-eslint: the tooling that enables ESLint and Prettier to run on TypeScript code. I’m also the author of the O’Reilly Learning TypeScript book, a Microsoft MVP for developer technologies, and an active conference speaker. My personal projects range from static analysis to meta-languages to recreating retro games in the browser. Also cats.

    Talk: Type-Safe Style Systems: The Future of CSS

    Most CSS developers today write visual styles in terms of what you literally see: exact color values, size numbers, and so on. But what if you could write styles as a function of how they fit into your design system? And what if you could get type safety in specifying and using those values, including in responsive props?

    This talk will dive into some of the key features and flaws in many design system builders today such as Chakra UI and Tailwind. We’ll establish what the best next steps for design systems should be with type-safe TypeScript APIs and performance both for prebuilt pages and at runtime. The Vanilla Extract and Rainbow Sprinkles projects together are a great way to try this out now, and I’m hopeful for more efforts.

    Attendees will leave the talk both with an appreciation for the systems of today and hope for the type-safe systems of the future.

  • Matan Kushner Engineering Lead Tenkai
    Matan Kushner Engineering Lead @ Tenkai

    Matan is an Engineering Lead at Tenkai, and the Lead Maintainer of Starship, based out of Tokyo, Japan. He is passionate about making libraries and tools, making development delightful, easy, and accessible.

    In his free time, Matan loves bouldering, hiking, boardgames, video games, and watching anime.

    Talk: Console.loggers Anonymous – A Debugging Roadmap from Local to Production

    console.log(”<— INTRO HOOK”);

    Console.log: a JavaScript developer’s old friend. While it’s tried and true, it often feels like blindly probing at your running code.

    console.log(”<— PROBLEM STATEMENT”);

    Don’t you just wish you could skip it all and peer into your running application? Maybe you’ve used the debugger before, but what about in production? How can you find the source of a bug when it’s affecting your users?

    console.log(”<— MEAT AND POTATOES”);

    In this talk, we’ll give an overview on the landscape of debugging tools in the JS ecosystem used in both local development and production. We’ll dissect logging, tracing, instrumentation, and profilers, exploring how these tools can provide profound insights into your running code. You’ll see these tools in action, helping you understand their power and ease of use.

  • Nicolò Ribaudo Open Source Developer Igalia
    Nicolò Ribaudo Open Source Developer @ Igalia

    I’m a developer who loves open source and JavaScript. I work at Igalia, where I help push the web forward, and I maintain Babel — the JavaScript compiler. I’m also a TC39 delegate and I’ve helped developing different JavaScript proposals over the years.

    Talk: A deep dive into Source Maps

    Modern JavaScript application are built on top of an immense stack of tools: transpilers, bundlers, minifiers… The code we write goes through multiple transforms before being sent to the browser. Yet, Source Maps let us debug our application and decode errors as if we were directly running our original source files.

    How are they able to undo any transformation applied to your code? Can they actually do it, or is there something that they cannot represent? How do different tools decide what to encode to and decode from source maps?

    We will explore together how the source maps format works and which data they encode, as well as a new standardization effort to align all tools and expand what source maps are capable of.

  • Rodrigo Pombo Overengineer Code Hike
    Rodrigo Pombo Overengineer @ Code Hike

    Rodrigo Pombo, also known as pomber, builds open-source tools for better code reading comprehension. An obsession that started in 2017 when he published the blog series “Build your own React” and realized the need for better tooling. He is now working on Code Hike to make the web a better place for reading technical content.

    Talk: Beyond Skeuomorphic Markdown

    The web is constantly evolving, yet most content websites remain confined to the static layout of printed media. It’s time to move beyond this skeuomorphic phase, where digital content mimics physical forms, and start exploring the full potential of the web.

    We’ll examine real-world examples where content is not just informative but also engaging, and how to make similar experiences yourself without leaving the simplicity and familiarity of Markdown.

  • Rose Akoth Support Engineer Storyblok
    Rose Akoth Support Engineer @ Storyblok

    Rose is a frontend developer and technical writer. She currently works for Storyblok as a support engineer. She enjoys sharing her knowledge, giving back to developer communities and is a passionate problem solver. Outside of work, she indulges in travel and nature walks.

    Talk: Reimagining web layout for accessible multilingual content

    Web layout is one of the most important aspects of web development, as it determines how the content is presented and perceived by the users. However, web layout is not a one-size-fits-all solution, as different languages and writing modes have different text directions and layout conventions. Using traditional CSS properties can lead to layout issues when the text direction changes.

    To solve this problem, we can use CSS logical properties. In this presentation, we will explore CSS logical properties and how they differ from traditional CSS properties. We will see some practical examples of using CSS logical properties in real-world scenarios, that you can apply in your next project.

  • Sid Kshetrapal Staff Software Engineer GitHub
    Sid Kshetrapal Staff Software Engineer @ GitHub

    Sid loves thinking about components and ways of authoring them, he works on design systems at GitHub.

    Talk: Building Accessible Reusable Components

    Twitter influencers would have you believe that if you just use the semantic html tag for elements instead of a div, your components will be accessible. but there’s a lot more that goes into it!

    Sid works on the design systems team at GitHub, this talk looks at one complex highly-composable component and the many accessibility considerations that go into it!

  • Tejas Kumar Web Expert
    Tejas Kumar Web Expert

    Tejas Kumar is an international keynote speaker with an engineering background spanning 22 years, from design to frontend to backend to devops. Today, Tejas shares talks at large with developer communities worldwide, equipping them to do their best work.

    Talk: You are an AI engineer
  • Tero Parviainen Software Developer Counterpoint
    Tero Parviainen Software Developer @ Counterpoint

    Tero Parviainen is a software developer in music, media, and the arts. Tero co-runs Counterpoint, a practice concentrated on audiovisual experience design and development. At Counterpoint, Tero has been involved in creating many audiovisual artistic works, some of them award-winning, as well as projects and platforms that employ generative music to advance wellness and mental health.

    Talk: Making Minimal Techno with WebAssembly And a C Compiler

    The C programming language, a cornerstone of computing, originated in the early 1970s. Meanwhile, techno music with its roots in 1980s Detroit, has been with us as an always-evolving phenomenon ever since. These enduring artifacts of cultural creativity have not only survived but thrived over the decades.

    On the other hand, WebAssembly and Audio Worklets represent some of the latest advancements of the web platform, only having been widely supported for a small handful of years.

    In this session we’re going to smash the old together with the new to make some creative sparks appear. Equipped with nothing but a C to WASM compiler and a standard web browser, we’re going to conjure some minimal techno into being. We’ll see that you don’t necessarily need anything new or anything big to make something cool. There’s a lot of value in the minimal and the mature.

  • Theodore Vorillas Software Engineer Proxima Analytics
    Theodore Vorillas Software Engineer @ Proxima Analytics

    Theodore is a software engineer with a focus on JavaScript development. As an independent developer, he works on exploring various aspects of software creation, diving into the realms of IoT, human interaction, and ethical software building.

    Talk: The Roof Is on Fire?

    The devastating wildfires that ravaged Europe in 2023, burning an area the size of London, highlight the urgent need for improved fire detection and reporting systems at scale.

    In this talk, we will explore how JavaScript and widely available electronics can be combined to create a low-cost, cheap and effective wireless fire detection system. We will deploy this system in a wild forest in Greece and utilize AI models to predict where the next blaze could be sparked.

Our support crew

  • Anjana Vakil MC
    Anjana Vakil
    Anjana Vakil MC

    A chronically curious teacher-turned-developer, Anjana is a polyglot software engineer & public speaker who spreads the joy of coding at events worldwide. She`s an alumna of the Recurse Center & Outreachy and an avid karaoke enthusiast.

  • Ioana Chiorean MC
    Ioana Chiorean
    Ioana Chiorean MC

    Ioana is an engineer manager flavored in communities, and devrel, that has more than 12 years of experience in tech with a specialization in mobile apps and web. Besides her daily job, she dedicates her time to building tech communities and improving the access to education. She is the Module Owner for Mozilla Reps, one of the alumna of MozTechSpeakers, and stands as an ambassador for CodeWeek at the European Commission.

    In her free time, she contributes to Open Source, tech or sports events, and different volunteering programs. all these while enjoying a coffee or a good wine.

  • Mădălina Țânțăreanu Sketch Artist
    Mădălina Țânțăreanu
    Mădălina Țânțăreanu Sketch Artist

    Mădălina is a Romanian illustrator living in Berlin, Germany. She’s been working with us since the first edition, creating live sketches for each talk during the event. Check out some of her work from past editions in our special facebook album.

And our awesome ambassadors

An amazing group of people that ensure top-notch content at the event every year

  • Andrei Antal Ambassador
    Andrei Antal
    Andrei Antal Ambassador
  • Andrei Pfeiffer Ambassador
    Andrei Pfeiffer
    Andrei Pfeiffer Ambassador
  • Benedek Gagyi Ambassador
    Benedek Gagyi
    Benedek Gagyi Ambassador
  • Carmen Popoviciu Ambassador
    Carmen Popoviciu Ambassador

    Carmen is an emoji hyper-user disguised as a web developer in real life. She enjoys building things on the web and does exactly that on the Pages team at Cloudflare. If you are ever stranded on a remote island and have only three attempts to recover your master password, the secret key code is “dance”.

  • Jeremias Menichelli Ambassador
    Jeremias Menichelli
    Jeremias Menichelli Ambassador

    He developed interest in the web back when a dial-up modem was the fastest thing on the planet. Now, he has more than a decade of experience building web products of all kinds and lately working in design systems, performance, education and community.

  • Sara Vieira Ambassador
    Sara Vieira
    Sara Vieira Ambassador

The journey to a mature ecosystem

After we reflected in 2023 on the past 10 years of frontend development, in 2024 we want to spotlight some of the established patterns and architectures that reached maturity and are becoming industry standards.

Leaving behind us the tumultuous growth of the JS ecosystem we will focus on the positive outcomes of all the years of challenging “best practices”. We want to bring on stage talks about design patterns and system architecture, but also web standards and language advancements. Along with these, we want to tackle software complexity and dealing with legacy code and legacy systems.

At JSHeroes, we always ventured outside the pure language ecosystem, so expect to see a variety of talks covering the entire landscape of web development and JavaScript as a universal programming language.

But of course, we will not neglect the human side of things, in our effort to paint a full picture for the development community in 2024.


This agenda is work in progress. We will announce when the final version is ready.

Day 1: Thursday May 23

  • 08:00 - 09:00
  • 09:00 - 09:30
    Welcome to JSHeroes!
  • 09:30 - 10:00
    Tejas Kumar You are an AI engineer
  • 10:00 - 10:30
    Eva Ferreira The intentions were good
  • 10:30 - 11:00
    Coffee Break
  • 11:00 - 11:30
    Rodrigo Pombo Beyond Skeuomorphic Markdown
  • 11:30 - 12:00
    Rose Akoth Reimagining web layout for accessible multilingual content
  • 12:00 - 12:30
    Bramus Van Damme MPA View Transitions are here!
  • 12:30 - 14:00
    Lunch Break
  • 14:00 - 14:30
    Josh Goldberg Type-Safe Style Systems: The Future of CSS
  • 14:30 - 15:00
    Filip Hric Blink and you’ll miss it: Stories from discovering most annoying bugs and test flakes
  • 15:00 - 15:45
    Coffee Break
  • 15:45 - 16:15
    Emmy Cao & Jenny Truong A Journey Inside the Developer Brain
  • 16:15 - 16:45
    Theodore Vorillas The Roof Is on Fire?

Day 2: Friday May 24

  • 09:00 - 09:30
    Welcome back!
  • 09:30 - 10:00
    Atila Fassina Are Signals worth the hype?
  • 10:00 - 10:30
    Benjamin Swerdlow Better Together: Rust & TypeScript
  • 10:30 - 11:00
    Coffee Break
  • 11:00 - 11:30
    Sid Kshetrapal Building Accessible Reusable Components
  • 11:30 - 12:00
    Nicolò Ribaudo A deep dive into Source Maps
  • 12:00 - 12:30
    Carmen Huidobro Untangling Your Dependencies: A Pattern for a Well-Knit JavaScript Project
  • 12:30 - 14:00
    Lunch Break
  • 14:00 - 14:30
    Matan Kushner Console.loggers Anonymous – A Debugging Roadmap from Local to Production
  • 14:30 - 15:00
    Artem Zakharchenko Standard-driven API mocking
  • 15:00 - 15:30
    Coffee Break
  • 15:30 - 16:00
    Charlie Gerard Building hacking tools in JavaScript
  • 16:00 - 16:30
    Tero Parviainen Making Minimal Techno with WebAssembly And a C Compiler

A transparency-first community event

We believe that the community and the open-source models are well suited for our core values: learning, teaching and knowledge sharing. Our mission is to inspire other communities with the concept of open-source events.

We’re publishing all data about this conference, in full transparency. We are also available at any time for inquires and we’re really looking forward to sharing our knowledge about organizing international events. This way, whenever a community wants to start something similar, they can build on our knowledge.

Event sponsors

These are the companies that support our event financially through the €3,000 standard package.
If you are interested in supporting us, check out our sponsorship page .

Media partners

The communities that support our event

Venue and facilities

We are hosting the JSHeroes 2024 conference at the Grand Hotel Italia, Vasile Conta Street number 2, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

See directions on Google Maps.

Meet the team

  • Ale Retegan
    Ale Retegan Organizer

    Alexandra is a dynamic and passionate individual who has taken on the role of the main organizer of JS Heroes. With a background in project management and a deep love for the tech industry, Alexandra has a keen eye for detail and an unwavering commitment to excellence, which means that no stone is left unturn and no piece of information about the event is tracked in a spreadsheet.

  • Alex Moldovan
    Alex Moldovan Organizer

    Alex is one of the founders of JSHeroes and coordinates the effort behind the content of each edition. During the event, he will occasionally pick up the microphone and introduce speakers, but he prefers to keep a watchful eye over the conference, to make sure everything is on time and the event is as smooth as possible.

    He works as a Frontend Engineer at CodeSandbox, where he gets to practice his passion for both sides of the user experience vs developer experience dilemma.

  • Alex Paușan
    Alex Paușan Organizer
  • Alexandra Mînzat
    Alexandra Mînzat
    Alexandra Mînzat Organizer

    Alexandra is a lovely “sunny” person, she’s our admin girl, on board with JSHeroes since 2017.

    Her aim is to make sure everything is done on time, the speakers arrive and leave safely, and urgent matters are attended to during the entire conference week.

  • Alexandru Lupu
    Alexandru Lupu Organizer
  • Ana Cojuhari
    Ana Cojuhari Organizer
  • Anamaria Oros
    Anamaria Oros
    Anamaria Oros Organizer

    Ana is a dedicated volunteer who has been involved with the JSHeroes conference from the very beginning. Her initial role was to take care of the traveling arrangements of the conference speakers, earning her the affectionate nickname “trip advisor”. However, Ana’s life changed when she became a mother, which made it challenging for her to continue with her initial responsibilities. Nevertheless, she remained committed to the conference and continued to volunteer her time whenever she could, taking on any tasks that were available.

    Despite the challenges of motherhood and the demands of her busy schedule, Ana remained dedicated to the conference and always showed up with a positive attitude and a willingness to help wherever needed. Her hard work and dedication were greatly appreciated by everyone involved, and she was admired for her ability to balance multiple responsibilities and still make time to give back to the community.

  • Claudia Țicle
    Claudia Țicle Organizer

    Claudia loves people and has a strong sense of curiosity. Believes that design and technology are changing the world. For 💙JSHeroes💙 she 🌔gravitates towards visual design and content usability.

  • Daniel Mocan
    Daniel Mocan Organizer

    Daniel mostly focuses on the JSHeroes local meetups, but during the conference gives a helping hand where it is needed. He is usually in charge of the JSHeroes Blood Donation campaign.

    He works as Full Stack JavaScript developer, with React on the frontend and Node on the server side.

  • Eliza Nițoi
    Eliza Nițoi Organizer
  • Florin Tomozei
    Florin Tomozei Organizer

    Florin participated at the conference from the beginning and was impressed by the incredible community around it. With his previous volunteering experience, in 2023 he decided to join the team and help.

    In the meantime, he works as a software engineer at Wolfpack Digital and occasionally finds some time for one of his passions, photography.

  • Irina Georgescu
    Irina Georgescu Organizer
  • Melania Moldovan
    Melania Moldovan Organizer
  • Nicoleta Ungur
    Nicoleta Ungur Organizer
  • Oana Muntean
    Oana Muntean Organizer
  • Oana Șipoș
    Oana Șipoș Organizer
  • Radu Blana
    Radu Blana Organizer

    Radu joined the JSHeroes community in 2023 and never looked back. He appreciates the high level of interest, commitment, and fun that everybody in the JSHeroes ecosystem promotes, and is keen to be at its core for the years to come. He is passionate about everything in the Web space, from the bare bits that built up UIs, to UX research and design, developer productivity, healthy work environments and many more. During the event he helps looking after the speakers, making sure that the flow of the conference is as good on stage as it is back-stage. Radu is a UI Developer turned UX designer and Product Owner, currently setting up the bases of a technology consulting business called Bridgeford.

  • Vlad Ionescu
    Vlad Ionescu Organizer

    Vlad has been helping organize the event three years running, being the man behind the scenes. Vlad is also in charge of all social events/parties, so if you want to find out where to get a beer in Cluj, Vlad is your man. You can also come find Vlad if you want to talk about LEGO, basketball or video games.

    He works as a Full-Stack Engineer at FanDuel, where he gets to have fun doing a bit of everything.