I work on Reason and Facebook Messenger
Engineer at Facebook. Co-creator of @fbinfer, founder of Monoidics, reformed academic. Into developer experience, front-end, static analysis, language design. Early @reasonml adopter, co-creator of ReasonReact.
Laura is a manager at Travis Foundation and the organiser of Rails Girls Summer of Code – a 3-month scholarship program to support women in the Open Source community. With a background in the visual arts and a non-traditional career path, she landed in tech as a web developer somewhat by accident. Laura is passionate about making things, coaching at programming workshops, Open Source software, feminism, music and space (as in rockets).
Backend Developer at Lazada,
OCaml enthusiast, Node.js and Flow contributor
Tech Lead at Webflow,
Javi is Tech Lead at Webflow. He also helps improving the Reason IDE tooling, in particular the OCaml language server and the VSCode extension. Came to Reason led by the interest in finding better ways to create and maintain software. Stayed for the community (and OCaml!). Excited about what will happen when Reason and BuckleScript keep removing boundaries between native and web.
Roman, based in Vienna, is Technology Architect inside Accenture’s Emerging Technologies domain. Together with his domain he brings new technologies to large scale enterprises all around the world. Roman’s focus lies on Web- and Cloud-Native-Technologies as well as other Software-Innovation topics. He is currently managing a Reason implementation for a large client.
Growth focused engineer who loves building mobile experiences
Software engineer at PieSync,
Syncing contacts at PieSync by day, submitting PR’s to Reason at night. When not coding he likes to practise Spanish and get very tired doing this thing called triathlon, sometimes simultaneously.
Co-founder of onegraph.com,
Sean’s been hacking on devtools, debuggers, unikernels, scrapers, graphical tools, and apartment designers in ClojureScript, ReasonML, and Rust for years, alongside giving talks on various kinds of tech, all while shipping business products that handle millions in revenue. It’s mostly been luck though, he continues to spend late nights staring at the computer perplexed about how anything he writes works.
Jared is one of the hosts of the ReasonTown podcast, and contributes to Reason core. He works at Khan Academy doing mobile and web development, using React and React Native alongside native Java and Swift. He loves type systems and learning new languages, and is deeply invested in improving the experience of programming for everyone.