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Top Influencers: 32 UK Developer Advocate’s To Follow in 2022

Developer Advocate, Google Chrome play a crucial role in any startup. It takes an extraordinary person to fulfil the Developer Advocate, Google Chrome role. We have selected these Developer Advocate, Google Chrome’s for this list as they are inspiring for a variety of reasons – whether that’s pushing boundaries, creating groundbreaking products, or doing their bit to save the world.

Our analysts did their best to select be best, and most innovative Developer Advocate, Google Chrome’s. The list is in no particular order!

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Paul Lewis

Developer Advocate, Google Chrome @ Google

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Paul works as a Software Engineer on the Chrome team, where he spends most of his days wrangling JavaScript, CSS, and HTML. He loves beautiful UX and performant experiences. And coffee. Learn more about Paul Lewis on Crunchbase…

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Adewale Oshineye

Senior Staff Developer Advocate @ Google

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Matt Jarvis

Senior Developer Advocate @ Snyk

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Director of DevRel @snyksec. Board Member @openuk_uk. Founder @cloudnativesuk, @cloudnativemcr. Co-organiser @kcduk_io. Ex-OpenStacker

mattj_io

Poorhouses here we come ....https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/oct/03/treasury-minister-universal-credit-claimants-forced-work-for-dole-chris-philp

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Ade Oshineye

Senior Staff Developer Advocate @ Google

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Ade Oshineye Is The Senior Staff Developer Advocate At Google. Learn more about Ade Oshineye on Crunchbase…

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Mandy Waite

Developer Advocate @ regal.tech

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To be fair, Google Stadia faced terrible odds in the past 3 years, having to deal with:
- a global pandemic forcing people to turn to online entertainment.
- graphic cards and console shortages, creating high demand for alternatives.

If only they hit the market at a better time

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Mandy works at Google as a Developer Advocate for the Google Cloud Platform and is working to make the world a better place for developers building applications for the Cloud. She came to Google from Sun Microsystems where she worked with partners on performance and optimisation of large scale applications and services before moving on to building an ecosystem of Open Source applications for OpenSolaris. In her spare time she is learning Japanese and plays the guitar. Learn more about Mandy Waite on Crunchbase…

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Lorna Mitchell

Developer Advocate @ Aiven

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Martin Beeby

Principal Developer Advocate @ Amazon Web Services

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Mete Atamel

Senior Developer Advocate @ Google

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In my latest post, I talk about the new .NET 6 support on Cloud Functions:

https://medium.com/google-cloud/net-6-on-cloud-functions-2nd-gen-32e844ce9828

#serverless #dotnet #googlecloud

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He is a Developer Advocate at Google, currently focused on helping developers with Google Cloud Platform. As a long-time Java and a recent C# developer, He like to compare the two ecosystems. Prior to Google, He worked at Microsoft, Skype, Adobe, EMC, and Nokia building apps and services on various web, mobile and cloud platforms. Originally from Cyprus, He currently live in Greenwich, not too far away from the prime meridian. Learn more about Mete Atamel on Crunchbase…

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Nic Jackson

Principal Developer Advocate @ HashiCorp

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Promising "Open-Source: Open Choice - A DevOps Guide for OSS Adoption" by @Hilafish1, Senior DevOps Engineer at Wix in the @devopsbarcelona 2022! November 3-4th. 20 speakers. 195 EUR. Get your ticket: https://devops.barcelona/tickets

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Nic Jackson is a developer advocate and polyglot programmer working for HashiCorp, and the author of “Building Microservices in Go” a book which examines the best patterns and practices for building microservices with the Go programming language. In his spare time, Nic coaches and mentors at Coder Dojo, teaches at Women Who Go and GoBridge, speaks and evangelizes good coding practice, process, and technique Learn more about Nic Jackson on Crunchbase…

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Nick O’Leary

Node-RED Project Lead, Open Source Developer Advocate @ IBM

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Teaching a room of developers how to create Node-RED nodes at #NodeConfEU

Feeling like you're missing out? Have no fear - all the material is online: https://github.com/knolleary/node-red-nodes-workshop

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Mike Elsmore

Developer Advocate @ Logz.io

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With less than two weeks to go, it's time to announce another amazing speaker 🥳 @sil will be joining us to talk about why you should do public speaking and how to do it! Find out more about it here 👉 http://conf.techmids.io

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Chris Saxon

Oracle Developer Advocate for SQL @ Oracle

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Chris Saxon is one of Oracle’s Developer Advocates. He and Connor McDonald form the answer team on Ask Tom, the online repository of questions and answers about building applications on top of Oracle Database. He’s here to help you get the best out of Oracle Database. So if you’re stuck on some tricky SQL problem, let him know and he’ll do what he can to assist! Learn more about Chris Saxon on Crunchbase…

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Margriet Groenendijk

Developer Advocate @ IBM

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TileDB can store and analyze huge amounts of genomic variant data modeled as multi-dimensional arrays. We asked #dalle2 for an abstract painting of #genomics data stored in large 3D arrays with multiple variables.

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Margriet is a Developer Advocate at IBM Cloud Data Services. She is all about data: from storing, cleaning, and munging through to analysing and visualising. She has a passion for creating clear plots and models that tease new insights from diverse data sets using tools like Cloudant NoSQL databases, data warehouses, Spark, and Python notebooks. Her PhD work explored large datasets of carbon uptake by forests. As a Research Fellow, she analysed very large observational datasets and the output of global scale climate models. She has written several scientific articles and regularly presents her work at international conferences. Learn more about Margriet Groenendijk on Crunchbase…

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Amy Nicholson

Senior Cloud Developer Advocate, Scalable Content & AI @ Microsoft

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Robert Kubis

Staff Developer Advocate, Google Cloud @ Google

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Robert Kubis Is The Staff Developer Relations Engineer At Google. Learn more about Robert Kubis on Crunchbase…

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Robert Kubis

Staff Developer Advocate, Google Cloud @ Google

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Robert Kubis Is The Staff Developer Relations Engineer At Google. Learn more about Robert Kubis on Crunchbase…

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David McKay

Senior Developer Advocate @ Equinix

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Phil Hawksworth

Principal Developer Advocate @ Netlify

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Phil has been building experiences on the web since the late 90s. Working now as a Technology Director at R/GA in London, he works with clients like Google, Nike, Beats by Dre, and Dyson to create innovative and engaging experiences. He’s a vocal supporter of things like unobtrusive JavaScript, open web standards and tasty browser shenanigans. Some say that his Instagram feed contains more photos of cats than might be considered healthy for a grown man, but he’s convinced that he doesn’t have a problem. Learn more about Phil Hawksworth on Crunchbase…

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Andrew Betts

Principal Developer Advocate @ Fastly

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Andrew Betts is principal developer advocate at Fastly. Andrew’s area of expertise is emerging web technologies, particularly on mobile and tablet platforms. Previously, he was a PHP and JavaScript developer, web standards advocate, and founder of FT Labs, an emerging web technologies division of the Financial Times, where he and his team created the FT web app, one of the best examples of what can be achieved with HTML5. Learn more about Andrew Betts on Crunchbase…

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Zan Markan

Developer Advocate @ DataRobot

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Zan is a Developer Advocate with over 10 years of experience in software development. He spends the days educating developers across the world about the wonders of AI, and nights talking about airplanes, computers things, and craft beer. Before DevRel he used to dabble in mobile and SDK development, especially on Android. Before Pusher he was Mobile Lead at Marks & Spencer and before that he co-founded Equaleyes a startup company building a smartphone for the blind and visually impaired. Currently he fancies Kotlin, Node, TypeScript, and the UX of APIs in general. Other hobbies include speaking at conferences and yelling at computers. Learn more about Zan Markan on Crunchbase…

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Matthew Ellis

Developer Advocate @ JetBrains

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Matt Ellis is a developer advocate at JetBrains. Learn more about Matthew Ellis on Crunchbase…

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Asim Hussain

Senior Cloud Developer Advocate @ Microsoft

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Imagine a web component called <CarbonImage> that displays different resolution images depending on how clean or dirty electricity currently is? Do more when electricity is clean and less when it's dirty. Sounds like a great idea for #carbonhack22 ➡ http://grnsft.org/hack22

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Asim is a developer, trainer, author and speaker with over 16 years experience working for organisations such as the European Space Agency, Google and now Microsoft, where he is a Senior Cloud Developer Advocate. Learn more about Asim Hussain on Crunchbase…

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Steve Poole

Developer Advocate @ Red Hat

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We're a couple of days away from @VoxxedCluj Here's a late chance to win a ticket ..

Link to Conference Day tickets raffle: https://buff.ly/3e1qTnk
Link to Unconference Day tickets raffle: https://buff.ly/3SC1csI

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Steve Poole is a Developer Advocate at Red Hat as well as a DevOps practitioner (leading a large team of engineers on cutting edge DevOps exploitation) and a long-time IBM Java developer, leader, and evangelist. Learn more about Steve Poole on Crunchbase…

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Amy Boyd

Senior Cloud Developer Advocate, Scalable Content & AI @ Microsoft

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Tania Allard

Cloud Developer Advocate @ Microsoft

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Tania Allard (she/her) is a cloud developer advocate at Microsoft and a research engineer with vast experience in academic research and industrial environments. Her main areas of expertise are within data-intensive applications, scientific computing, and machine learning; one of her main areas is the improvement of processes, reproducibility, and transparency in research, data science, and artificial intelligence. Over the last few years, she’s trained hundreds of people on scientific computing, reproducible workflows, and ML models testing, monitoring, and scaling and delivered talks on the topic worldwide. She’s passionate about mentoring, open source and its community, and she’s involved in a number of initiatives aimed to build more diverse and inclusive communities. She’s also a contributor, maintainer, and developer of a number of open source projects and the Founder of Pyladies NorthWest UK. Learn more about Tania Allard on Crunchbase…

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Andrea Frittoli

Developer Advocate @ IBM

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Garann Means

JavaScript Developer Advocate @ Nexmo

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Brian Innes

Watson IoT Developer Advocate @ IBM

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Brian Innes is a Watson IoT Developer Advocate and inspires developers to build solutions with the powerful Watson IoT capabilities, Watson Cognitive APIs and IBM Cloud. He helps developers create IoT solutions and adopt modern DevOps centric processes and tooling when creating solutions. Brian has held many technical roles in IBM, primarily focussing on edge of network capabilities, including Mobile, Sensors and Actuators (RFID) and now Internet of Things. Brian has lead the creation of developer self-learning, MOOC style content in IBM, with the first developerWorks MOOC on IBM Cloud and then the IoT courses on the Coursera platform. Brian has been in IT for many years after gaining a BSC (Hons) degree from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Initially starting out as a developer in the finance industry, but then moving to to more technology and developer focussed roles after joining IBM. Learn more about Brian Innes on Crunchbase…

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Grace Jansen

Developer Advocate @ IBM

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The Fall #WUG Roadshow has been announced for Nov 2022! Our hands on lab will show users how #IBM #Websphere #Automation is used to discover, analyze, and remediate CVE's across your WebSphere and #Liberty environments. Multiple dates. Register today: https://ibm.biz/4Q2022WUGRoadshow

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Grace Jansen is a software engineer and developer advocate interested in cloud technologies, reactive architecture and developer experience. She is especially excited about driving more diversity and inclusivity in the tech industry. Learn more about Grace Jansen on Crunchbase…

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Jo Franchetti

Web Developer Advocate @ Samsung Electronics

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Jo is a Web Developer Advocate for Samsung Internet who is passionate about VR, Web Bluetooth, PWAs and great CSS. She’s got 6 years experience as a front end developer and has worked in various parts of the tech industry from startups, agencies, charities to large organisations. She is also mentor and organiser at codebar.io where she is able to action her passion not only for teaching good use of the web but also for improving the diversity and inclusivity of the tech industry. Learn more about Jo Franchetti on Crunchbase…

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Laura Cowen

Developer Advocate @ IBM

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Paul Kinlan

Senior Staff Developer Advocate @ Google

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🎉 We've launched another new http://web.dev course. Say hello to Learn Accessibility, written by @cariefisher.

Seven modules are available now, and the full course will roll out over the rest of this year. https://web.dev/introducing-learn-accessibility/

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Paul is a Developer Advocate at Google. He is driven by developing innovative applications and creating the next generation in voice driven applications through the use of innovative platform and application tools. Over the past three years he has lead several innovative initiatives to ensure the product remained ahead of the competition, including: A new approach to Matching Engines, Collaborative Fraud Detection, Bayesian Analysis, Graph Theoretical Fraud Detection and promoting a Service Orientated Architecture. Learn more about Paul Kinlan on Crunchbase…

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