I’m speaking at a conference called WebDevCon in Wellington this July. Here’s a screenshot of their website.
Notice, I am at the very bottom of the list. I highlighted my name in pink, as proof. Yes, it’s true, I am the foundation of this conference.
I’m not well known as a developer, so I wrote a little biography about myself.
Jeffrey is the lead front-end developer at Xero. His career began in the dirty bowels of America and like Andy Dufresne, he crawled his way to a cleaner and brighter future in New Zealand.
In an ideal world, he would be a front-end evangelist and write dozens of books and speak at conferences around the world but he’s too busy doing actual work. He’s a difficult person, and rarely shares his development secrets with anyone, but he’ll make an exception for you.
In his spare time he enjoys learning colloquialisms like “sweet ass [sic] bro” and teaching the finer points of pronouncing “ball, bull & bowl” to his colleagues.
I’m very excited and nervous. You should come to the conference. I promise it will be fun.
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